This tour uses the old communist van "Nysa 522" as transportation during the trip to places that are usually not easy to find. The enthusiastic guides will lead the group to non-tourist areas, providing a unique experience for visitors of Warsaw.
On the way to the first stop, the tour visits the remains of the Communism at Constitution Square and Palace of Science and Culture. The tour continues to pre-war Warsaw streets which survived World War II, Jewish Ghetto and the bohemian Warsaw-poland/Praga">Praga">Praga district.
The first itinerary stop on the tour is a visit to the city center where the streets that survived World War II are visible. Upon entrance, observe the gates, courtyards and staircases of yore. In many of those buildings, the bullet holes from the Warsaw Uprising are still intact, allowing for a complete immersive feel for the atmosphere of the Old Warsaw.
Stop in last street of the Jewish Ghetto to touch the part of Warsaw that doesnt exist anymore. This is a perfect place to talk about the cultural diversity that was so characteristic for Warsaw before the War. See the mix of different kinds of the architecture and afterwards, move to the communist world to exhibit the post-war ideas. See the way in which the communists rebuilt the city with a huge doze of propaganda. This stop includes a visit to the Constitution Square, Party House, and Palace of culture and science.
Another attraction is a visit in the Museum of Life under Communism. Here you will experience a small apartment furnished in socialist style, a communist party members office, a shop, a bar and a street from the era. You will see how people used to live and watch propaganda movies of the 1950s.The next stop will be the bohemian Praga district. Praga survived the War, but it used to be a forgotten and dangerous part of the city. Recently, however, artists have moved here and they have transformed this district. Your guide will provide a good feel for the atmosphere of the local streets and old market.
After seeing many attractions its time for lunch in a milk bar, which used to be popular in the Communist times, to try typical Polish cuisine.
In the end we visit former Vodka Factory Koneser, which recently was converted into the center of various activities. Here You will have a possibility to visit the Polish Vodka Museum or we drop you off back to the City Center.