Explore the historic and artistic Praga district of Warsaw on a 2.5-hour walking tour to an off-the-beaten-path neighborhood.
Built in the 19th century, Praga survived the devastation of World War II, but remains largely undiscovered to most tourists. During your guided tour you will see post-industrial remains, old chapels, wooden houses, Jewish heritage, and even a tax-office that wants to look like a rainbow!
Start at Warsaw’s oldest permanent bridge, straddling the Vistula River. Immerse yourself in the city’s green oasis, where you can spot wildlife and even encounter a bear walking next to Praga’s main street – while still safely contained in the zoo area!
The confluence of 3 religions in Praga serves as a symbol of the area’s religious tolerance in the 19th century, and is a highlight of your trip. Next to the towering spires of the Catholic St. Florian’s Cathedral, you will see an Orthodox church, and the remains of the main Jewish synagogue close by.
Discover one of Warsaw’s most bohemian areas, often overlooked by tourists, and be at the cutting-edge of its artistic scene.
The tour lasts 2-2.5h.
The trip can be easily combined with the Old Town tour.