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Cool Warsaw Tour You will see the unknown nooks and corners of the pre-war Warsaw, relicts from the times of the People’s Republic of Poland (PRL) and the local atmosphere of the Praga district. From tenement houses with bullet holes and shrines hidden in backyards, through the new face of the socialist city, all the way to the contemporary look of the Polish capital city. This tour will help you understand what kind of a city Warsaw is today.
Warsaw’s Wild Side Praga is a district with a unique, wild spirit. Once multicultural, with Polish, Jewish, and Russian citizens living together, it managed to survive WWII but was then left neglected for years. The neighbourhood has since been rediscovered by artists, and now Praga is a district of alternative clubs, street art projects, little cafés run by people with passion, and old citizens who still meet in the courtyards of their tenement houses. During this Warsaw tour, you’ll see how history is coexisting with modern life in Praga, and how old habits are helping to retain the spirit of the neighbourhood. Once you find yourself in the meeting point you will sense the sweet, inviting aroma. That is because we start our tour in front of the oldest chocolate factory in Poland. Ideal souvenirs for your loved ones can be found right here! We’ll stop for a cup of hot, dense chocolate to keep our energy levels up for the day ahead. Walking into the most historical parts of the district, you’ll spot little pieces of art: murals, statues, and even art projects done by children from the neighbourhood. Praga has become a place where artists can find their own space to create — and on this Warsaw tour, we’ll tell you the stories of a few of them. As we explore, you’ll see remnants of the past, and the multicultural character of the Praga district: the Polish-Russian spirit distilling factory, former Jewish bath house and their hall of residence, and the domes of the Orthodox church next to the pinnacles of the Catholic cathedral. We’ll also travel in time: from the oldest tenement houses on Zabkowska Street that retain their 19th-century charm, through to the longest block of flats in Warsaw featuring typical architecture from the communist period, to the post-industrial buildings that have been converted into uptown lofts and new investments around Port Praski. We’ll stroll down Zabkowska Street, the main artery of old Praga, with houses that date back 150 years. This street is unique in Warsaw, as most of the historical architecture on the left riverbank was destroyed by the Nazis after the Warsaw Uprising. But here in Praga, the authentic spirit of pre-war life can still be seen. It’s an area that’s full of neighbourhood stories, tastes of the old days, and preserved backyards of tenement houses — which have become a real treasure of Praga. Decades ago, each of them — with their own gardens, little chapels, and benches all around — had buzzing life inside. Few still remain as they originally did, but we’re going to explore the most interesting ones.
Communism Tour An intriguing trip addressed to those who want to know what the communist period in Warsaw and Poland was like. Political anecdotes, the ideas of rebuilding Warsaw after the Second World War and the absurdities of everyday life of ordinary residents of the city.
Highlights - Communist Warsaw - Social realism - Palace of Culture and Science - People's Republic of Poland Communist Party Headquarters - Ministry of Agriculture - Constitution Square - Museum of Life Under Communism
We will drive a classic communist car, that is, a historic minivan - Nysa 522. A professional guide will narrate a tour of landmark communist buildings and local history. You will know the history of the symbol of Warsaw, the Palace of Culture and Science, which was created on the sea of post war ruin. You will see the utopian architectural ideas of the communist authorities - the Party House of People's Republic of Poland and the Ministry of Agriculture. You will go to Plac Konstytucji (Constitution Square) to get to know the MDM (Marszałkowska Residential District) designed to fit the communist ideology. At the end, we will visit the only such place in Warsaw - Museum of Life Under Communism. A replica of a real flat, propaganda films screened in a mini cinema hall, a reconstructed communist cafe await you there.. We will learn how the inhabitants of Warsaw used to live like...
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