See Warsaw's top sights and more on this informative 4-hour private tour by retro Fiat 125p. Chauffeured by a private driver-guide, board an 'ber-hip, communist-era Fiat and explore the city's must-sees, including the Old Town, Castle Square and Soviet-period architecture. Choose to add a museum visit and to explore districts of particular interest to you, such as bohemian Praga and the former Jewish Ghetto, as your guide regales you with quirky stories and insights into Polish life and culture today. Finish with a snack or meal (own expense) at a milk bar, one of the government-subsidized cafes that thrived in communist time. Enjoy personalized attention from your guide on this private tour.
Start your private tour at your chosen time with a pickup at your central Warsaw hotel. Meet your friendly, private driver-guide and board your Fiat 125p ' the iconic 1980s automobiles that symbolize Warsaw's communist years.
As you travel, your guide will share entertaining facts about Varsovian life and what it means to be Polish today. Plus, your itinerary can be tailored to your preferences, so feel free to ask to visit somewhere of particular interest.
Explore the UNESCO-listed Old Town as you hear how its 13th buildings were rebuilt after World War II. Admire Old Town Square and Castle Square and drive past the churches, parks and palaces along the 'Royal Route.'
View the elegant New Town and Palace of Culture and Science, the hulking symbol of Warsaw's long-gone communist government. See the Soviet-era architecture at Constitution Square and gaze at communist-era housing blocks as you hear about the city's time under communism.
As you ride, sustain your energy with a complimentary beer or shot of vodka, alongside a tasty snack, all served on board.
If you wish, visit a museum of your choice (own expense) and delve into other parts of the city, such as the former Jewish Ghetto or Praga, a once-derelict area that's now filled with bohemian bars and cafes.
Finish with lunch or dinner (own expense) at a milk bar, one of the remaining communist-era cafes. Sample the hearty Polish fare and hear how the bars provided cheap food to the masses in communist times.
Your tour ends with a drop-off back at your hotel.