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 changed this district a lot. Here we will show you the atmosphere of the local streets, old market, former vodka factory.
Praga is the best preserved district of pre- war Warsaw. Here, trade and industry concentrated around Targowa Street. We will start our journey from Nowa Praga, the area of Inżynierska and Wileńska streets, where we will delve into the tenement houses and old factories. Here, on Mała Street Polański was filming the 'Pianist'. Here, we will also visit a local artistic beer bar.
Then we drive along Targowa Street next to the Church of St. Mary Magdalene to visit the monument of the Prague orchestra, the former Jewish Mykwa and the remains of the Synagogue at Jagiellońska Street.
The next place is the Polish Vodka Museum at Koneser Praga Center. Polish Vodka Museum — the only one of its kind in the world. The museum is created in the landmark distillery building. An extraordinary place showing Polish traditions of distillery. It is an ideal place to learn more about the history, production and at the end taste. *Option: Muzeum visit with tasting of 3 vodka types
Then we turn into the former "Bermuda triangle", that is Brzeska street. Here, the entire frontage of the pre-war city has been preserved. Here, too, we will discover numerous chapels from the war in the gates and we will go for a walk around the Różycki bazaar - once you could buy everything, even the tank!
Then, along Targowa St., we will go to the less known part of Praga- Kamionek. On the way, we will pass the famous Wedel factory and the Warsaw gates from the 19th century. We will see the other face of Praga- Soho Factory - an old factory that has recently evolved into a fashionable place to live and spend free time.
At the end we will take you to the hotel or your chosen location.