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Warsaw Highlights Private Tour in a Retro FIAT 125p & Lunch in a Polish Milk Bar


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Discover Warsaw's top attractions on this private tour aboard a communist-era FIAT 125p. See the Old Town, Palace of Culture and Science, former Jewish Ghetto and enjoy meal in the iconic milk bar!

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made after 09:00 local time, 3 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Activity Detail

Pricing Details

Prices Starts From:17-12-2015   Ends On:01-01-2038    Available Days:   All Days
Adult/Child (Age 0 & Up) $110


  • English-speaking driver-guide
  • Vodka shot and snacks on-board
  • Photos emailed after your tour
  • Meal (refer to the details in the schedule)

Start Timings

  • 09:00,  09:30,  10:00,  10:30,  
    11:00,  11:30,  12:00,  12:30,  
    13:00,  13:30,  14:00,  15:00


  • 4 (hrs)

Additional Notes

  • Entrance fees are not included and can be paid on the spot according to your preference.


Warsaw Highlights Private Tour in a Retro FIAT 125p & Lunch in a Polish Milk Bar
08:55:00 Pick-up from Centrally Located Hotels in Warsaw

Day: Day1
Warsaw Old Town
Visit the UNESCO-listed Old Town and unravel the history embedded within its cobblestone alleys and medieval buildings. Stroll around and visit the Royal Castle with its vast square before admiring the beauty of churches, parks and palaces as you pass by the ‘Royal Route.’
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Palace of Culture and Science
Discover the communist past of the city as you head to the Palace of Culture and Science, one of the most iconic monuments of Warsaw communism. Marvel at the timeless Soviet-era architecture at Constitution Square as your guide tells you about how life was like during this period in history.
Day: Day1
Polish Vodka and Snacks
Munch on a delicious serving of snacks and a shot of traditional Polish vodka on board the vehicle.
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Jewish Ghetto and Praga District
See the last remaining fragment of the Ghetto Wall, a symbol of German oppression of the Jewish people. Afterward, stroll around Grzybowski Square to where the sole surviving synagogue still stands before stopping at Praga district, a once-derelict area now filled with bohemian bars and cafes.
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Milk Bar
Cap off the experience at one of the remaining communist-era cafes, a milk bar. Taste the hearty Polish fare and hear how the bars provided affordable but delectable homemade food to the masses during the communist times.
Day: Day1
13:00:00 Drop-off at Centrally Located Hotels in Warsaw

Day: Day1

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