A Three-Day Culinary Adventure Around Warsaw
Experience the best of Warsaw's sights and Polish gastronomy in a perfect three-day adventure.
Day By Day Itinerary
Our Exciting Itinerary for "A Three-Day Culinary Adventure Around Warsaw"
Doubling as an introduction to the city, its history, culture – beautiful gardens - and cuisine, we guide you on a sightseeing and tasting tour of the most popular places to experience in Warsaw. We'll visit Hala Mirowska, a historic fresh food market and BioBazar, first organic food market in Warsaw. Pijalnia Wodki i Piwa Snack Bar is next - open 24/7, it's the best place in Warsaw to stop for a quick shot of vodka and delicious traditional Polish snacks like: steak tartare, herring, white sausage, gzik and pate. If vodka is not your drink of choice, get ready for Polish beer tasting at Kwadrat Pub. Can't visit Warsaw without trying best pierogi in the city served at Zapiecek and Pierrogeria. And then, there are favorite Warsaw desserts: paczki, Wuzetka and Zygmuntowka from Blikle, Pawlowicz and Teledzinscy Bakeries and Wedel Chocolate Lounges to name a few. Sample the finest of Polish cuisine and spirits with your own expert Warsaw guide. For dinner, an incredible Michelin guide recommended experience awaits you at one of our favorite restaurants, Ale Gloria, specializing in Polish cuisine.
In the morning, join us at Polish cooking class with a local chef followed with delicious lunch sampling our own creations. In the afternoon, we tour the Warsaw Uprising Museum. The museum is one of the most visited places in Warsaw and was opened on 60th anniversary of the outbreak of fighting in the city and a tribute to Warsaw’s residents who fought and died in the fight in 1944. Before dinner, you are free to relax and enjoy the city in many of its world-class spas or join us on a shopping spree. Warsaw is a perfect place to shop for luxury items, quality specialty foods at culinary boutiques like Krakowski Kredens, Produkty Benedyktynskie, Skarby Smaku and/or souvenirs shopping at Cepelia and Boleslawiec Polish Pottery stores. Tonight, enjoy traditional Polish cuisine at its best at a local Inn, Folk Gospoda, also periodically offering Polish folk live music and dances.
Join us on 17th century baroque Royal Baths Park or Lazienki Park excursion in the morning. Lazienki Park is the largest palace-garden complex in Warsaw built for Prince Stanislaw Herakliusz Lubomirski. During summer, visitors can enjoy live Chopin concerts at the park and take scenic gondola rides. For lunch, we have authentic good old Polish food at U Kucharzy restaurant with Bib Gourmand from Michelin guide. After lunch, we get a superb panoramic view of Warsaw during an interesting tour of Warsaw University Library Rooftop Garden, one of the largest rooftop gardens in Europe. Tonight we dine at an elegant, Michelin guide recommended Polish restaurant, Rozana. It’s a special place in Warsaw, a two floor pre-war villa, where we’ll enjoy superb multi-course Polish dinner in a relaxing atmosphere by soothing candle lights and gentle piano music. Smacznego!
Best of Warsaw sightseeing & tasting tour with a local English-speaking guide
Polish cooking class with a local chef
Michelin recommended restaurant dinners & folk restaurant dinner with live music
All food, house wine, local beer and vodka tasting included in the experience
Personalized itinerary, food and vodka guide, souvenirs
All entrance fees
Comfortable mini-bus transportation with A/C
December 31, 2017 - December 31, 2018
AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST, ALL YEAR LONG!
$750 per person*- Minimum 4 to maximum 12 guests per tour. Only 1-3 in your party? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for next available group you could join. - Reservations must be placed a minimum of seven business days in advance of desired tour date.
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(Happy Travels & Bon Appétit!)