We had an incredible time on this food tour with Jasmine and would highly recommend it for anyone who is visiting Wroclaw even for 1 day! - I went on this food tour with my wife. We have both been on many food tours throughout...More
Discovering new foods is a huge part of visiting new places, but finding the best spots is hard. You can wander at random; you can spend days reading reviews; or you can join a food tour. This Wroclaw food tour introduces you to up to 14 different Polish foods plus beer and vodka. In a group of no more than 10, you can rely on personal attention from your guide.
Greet your guide and small group in central Wroclaw. As you walk, talk, sip, and snack, learn about the cultural traditions that underlie the places you visit and the foods you try. Feel free to ask your guide any questions you may have, and get personalized recommendations on where to visit and where to eat over the rest of your stay.
Over the course of the session, visit four or five separate local eateries and sample 13 or 14 different foods, including a delicious dessert, as well as craft beer and a shot of vodka. Leave with a foodie map and a Polish cookbook as you say farewell where your tour began.
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I really enjoyed this tour! As much as I enjoy aimlessly wandering and exploring, having someone guide you to some fantastic food while giving you some history is a great way to experience a new place. Our guide was fun, knowledgeable, and I highly recommend...More
We had a delightful time with Jasmina and five new friends who joined us for this tour. The history and culture of Wroclaw seen through both a locals eyes and through the eyes of our international group paired phenomenally well with the delicious food and...More
I went with a small group of friends. The "guide" Jasmine was terrible, looked bored and seemed to know nothing about the city. The restaurants we ate in were the cheapest ones we had seen so nobody understood what it was we were paying so...More
Dear Sigrún R, We are very sorry and surprised to hear that your experience seems to have differed from what we normally hear from our guests. We always do our best to provide our guests with a fun and truly Polish experience, which is why...More
My son (a chef) and I had a great afternoon on the Wroclaw food tour. The day was freezing, but our guide Karolina led us from restaurant to restaurant with fascinating insights into the food, culture and history of Poland and Silesia. Highlights? The fermented...More