• Tour code: 5752_WEVENING
  • Location: Warsaw, Poland
  • Duration: 3 hours (approx.)

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Experience Warsaw's nightlife like a local on this 3-hour night tour aboard a communist-era vehicle. Explore the hip neighbourhood of Praga, the Palace of Culture and Science and three local bars as you pass streets filled with communist-era architecture. Soak up the city’s rich history from your guide, topped off with tastes of Polish vodka and herring.

Highlights

  • 3-hour Warsaw by night tour, traveling aboard a communist-era fire engine
  • Hear stories and anecdotes about the city culture, history and sights
  • Stop for photos by the Palace of Culture and Science, Poland’s tallest building, and then visit Praga
  • Explore the streets of southern Warsaw, seeing some of the boldest communist-era architecture
  • Visit three trendy Warsaw bars and enjoy Polish vodka with herring – a local specialty!

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What You Can Expect

Warsaw Night Tour and Bar Crawl by Communist-Era Vehicle

See the sights of Warsaw illuminated by night!

Begin your tour with pickup from your Warsaw hotel. Meet your guide and hop aboard your rare ride for the evening: a communist-era fire engine that will keep the mood festive as you tour the city.

Travel first to the Palace of Culture and Science to gaze up at the Stalinist skyscraper and former headquarters for the Polish communist party. Hear from your guide why the locals have come to refer to the building as the ‘elephant in lacy underwear,’ and learn more about communist-era Warsaw before pausing for a cold one in a local microbrewery.

Afterwards, climb back on your fire engine and head to the southern section of the city, which showcases Warsaw’s boldest examples of communist architecture. Pass through the evening-lit streets and squares, stopping in your next local haunt for a taste of a true classic: Polish vodka paired with herring.

Continue into the trendy district of Praga, one of the few areas to remain intact after World War II. Pass through the bustling nightlife, hopping off to check out one of the hippest bars in Warsaw. Enjoy another helping of Polish vodka and get last-minute tips from your guide before concluding back at your original departure point.

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