Taste the best of Polish cuisine & culture on this 4-hours off the beaten tourist path food tour.
With the help of our retro minibus, our foodie-guide will take you to the most exciting and tasty places, far from the touristic areas.
Skip the regular tourist food path
Get to know authentic cuisine, Polish history, and culture
Experience Polish cuisine our educated and friendly foodie-guide
Feel the city’s cuisine from the insider’s point of view
Travel in a genuine minibus from the communist era
VISIT MARKETS AND EATERIES THAT LOCALS VISIT REGULARLY
You will experience our best farmer’s market, a traditional pastry shop, a local restaurant and pub. You will get to taste our cold meats, fish, pickled treats, cheese, dumplings, soups, bread, and dessert.
This tour is not just an education in Polish cuisine, but a chance to really understand Warsaw’s social history and Polish people.
Have you heard of the famous mouthwatering Polish doughnuts? We'll bring you to the best spot in the city to try this delicacy!
Polish dumplings (Pierogi) are a must-try. To get the best pierogi in Warsaw one has to drive across the Vistula river and venture in the Praga district.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
You will be picked up from your hotel by our guide driving unique communist made minibus. Traveling with this exceptional vehicle you will be able to experience much more than during the walking tour!
The first stop will be a little pastry shop located in an old tenement house where you will be served a Polish traditional donut, called pączek . Then your guide will take you to Warsaw farmers’ market to taste some of the great Polish specialties like Polish sausage, pickled cucumbers and cabbage, smoked fish, lovely Polish bread and a traditional soft drink. This list may vary day to day, since products availability may change due to the season. You will have to squeeze with the locals and wait in lines to get your bits.
That is why our tour is unique – it takes you to the places where no other tour agency would take you to.
Next stop will be at a local restaurant which serves delicious Polish soups – you have to try one called żurek . It is made according to one of the oldest recipes known in Poland. Second sup (daily choice), will be served too. While visiting our country there is at least one more must-eat thing: Polish dumplings. To get the best pierogi in Warsaw one has to drive across the Vistula river and experience Praga district. Our guide will take you to local brasserie where you will taste, in our opinion, the best dumplings. The food will be topped with a traditionally made glass of alcohol, the place is a daily choice of our foodie-guide.
start: 10.00 am
duration: 4 hours
price: EUR 73 / PLN 290 per person
Inclusions & Exclusions
Professional local guide
Transportation by retro minibus Żuk
Hotel pick up and drop off (centrally located hotels)
Polish sausage, pickled cucumbers, and cabbage, smoked fish, herring, drink, cheese and bread from the local bazaar (this list may vary since it’s a farmer’s market)
Lovely Polish donut at a local pastry shop
Food and drinks not specified
Entrance fees not specified
Departure & Return
The hotel pick up and drop off are available for centrally located hotels
If your hotel is not centrally located tour operator will contact you directly to set up a convenient pickup point
If you’re not sure that pick up covers your hotel please contact tour operator before booking the tour
At least two guests are needed to launch the tour. If you want to book the tour as a single traveler please contact tour provider before making the reservation. If there will be more bookings for that day you will join other guests, if not: tour provider may suggest an alternative date or your reservation will be canceled and 100% of payment will be refunded to you (if you have already paid)
This tour is available for adults and children taller than 150 centimeters (4,9 ft) only
Youth must be accompanied by a paying adult.
You must contact tour operator before booking a tour to make sure is the tour appropriate to you if you have food intolerances, allergies or other health issues
You have to contact tour operator before booking the tour if you require special assistance
Please wear proper clothing since short walks are the part of the tour.
Classic vintage minibuses are not equipped with air conditioning, they are equipped with an efficient heating system for wintertime.
Some of the classic vintage minibuses are not equipped with seatbelts (which is legal with classic vintage cars)
Vegetarian option is available, you must inform tour supplier 24 hours before the tour at the latest
Vegan and non-gluten options are not available
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