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Warsaw: Polish Vodka Museum Tour with Tasting

1. Warsaw: Polish Vodka Museum Tour with Tasting

Journey back through time as you discover the history of Polish vodka with tons of fascinating facts thrown in. Enjoy a 70-minute tour at the Vodka Museum in Warsaw's Praga district with a qualified guide. Arrive at the museum, and begin the tour with memories presented by former employees of the Warsaw Vodka Factory at Koneser. Explore 5 interactive modern galleries enabling you to become acquainted with the history of Polish vodka. After the tour, head over to the Vodka Academy for a 20-minute tasting workshop. Once you've wet your palette with some delicious vodka samples, visit the 3/4 Koneser Cocktail Bar located on the 3rd Floor of the museum. Try the best cocktails prepared with different types of Polish vodka.

Warsaw Private Vodka Tasting Tour

2. Warsaw Private Vodka Tasting Tour

Embark on an amazing party tour, filled with facts and vodka-themed experiences. Head off with your friends for a tasting and a lesson at the same time. You will drink white, flavored vodka as well as Warsaw's legendary liqueur and play games with your mates to compare the flavors. Your guide will teach you how to drink vodka according to Polish tradition and tell you about the occasions in which the Poles drink vodka and why it is said to be the national drink. Gear up for lots of information about vodka, history, and the culture of Poland and Warsaw. All the venues are carefully chosen to show you the various atmospheres that reflect different periods of Polish culture. During your tour, you will also taste Polish appetizers, perfectly matched to the vodka. Your guide has prepared for you a great composition of Polish vodkas including 4 different types: white vodka (potato, grain), flavored vodka (nuts, lemon), liqueur, and 70% absinthe.  During the 2-hour option, you will taste a set of 5 vodkas and some appetizers at different venues. If you're looking to sample even more flavors, the 3-hour option is for you, which includes 7 shots at 4 venues. There is also a premium, 4-hour option perfect for those who would like to combine Polish vodkas with traditional food in 5 venues. Enjoy 10 vodkas and more food than you can eat. If you and your friends like partying and nightlife, this is a must-do during your stay in Warsaw.

Warsaw: Evening History and Pubs Tour by Retro Minibus

3. Warsaw: Evening History and Pubs Tour by Retro Minibus

Spend an enjoyable 3 hours experiencing how Warsaw shows its character by night! Once a gloomy Communist city, it now is bursting with nightlife, both fancy and hip – but you have to know where to find it, of course. Head out from your hotel in a Communist-era van with a driver and guide and explore parts of the city that date from decades past.  The Warsaw evening tour takes you through the history of the city in a relaxed way, suitable for the evening hours. You’ll visit some of the favorite drinking spots, and enjoy 3 shots of vodka. For groups of history buffs, a more detailed historical introduction to Warsaw is also available.

EVERYDAY Warsaw Vodka Tasting Tour

4. EVERYDAY Warsaw Vodka Tasting Tour

As part of a small group with a vodka expert, English-speaking guide, discover the history and production of vodka, and why it is considered to be Poland's national drink. Learn about Polish customs and special occasions, when vodka is drunk, and how to drink it in the traditional way.  During the tour, you will visit 3 different places in Warsaw with various atmospheres which have been carefully chosen to reflect different periods of Polish culture and history. Here you will taste many different qualities and flavors of vodka produced in Poland made from grains and potatoes including traditional white vodka, grass vodka, hazelnut vodka, polish nalewka, and a flaming absinthe shot. Enjoy a selection of traditional Polish appetizers which pair perfectly with your drinks.

Warsaw: Private Vodka Tasting Night with Snacks and Pickup

5. Warsaw: Private Vodka Tasting Night with Snacks and Pickup

If you prefer knowing the country by its liquors and the city by its bars, then this is what you need! Get into a retro Fiat 125p and prepare for an unforgettable night ride In Warsaw. Go on a city sightseeing tour with vodka tasting! On this ride, visit two different bars and the Polish Vodka Museum, where you will taste around 12 different types of vodkas. For the whole time you are accompanied by a driver-guide who helps you understand Polish culture, customs and cuisine. And no worries about transportation, no need to call a taxi, no waiting for public transport or walking unnecessary miles and getting lost! You have your private chauffeur-guide! Start by being picked-up from your hotel, where you already get something for starters! A shot of Polish herbal vodka to start this vodka night. Get on board your vehicle – a yellow retro cabby from communist times which takes you to the to the first stop – the Polish Vodka Museum which is located on the other side of Warsaw, so to get there, you ride through amazingly picturesque downtown and cross Vistula river with one of the spectacular bridges. Here, in the Museum you will be familiarized with the process of vodka production, raw materials used for it and also its various flavours. After an informative tour of the museum you will have the opportunity to taste three different types of polish vodka in a special service sector. Next, is a bohemian bar in Praga district, which for a long time has been considered a dark side of the city and its mysterious atmosphere still has an impact on people. But are there reasons for it? If you want to find out where to get forged documents, what was cultural, folklore and a business heart of Warsaw and is still a shady place, just take your shots and enjoy the story. On your way to the next bar, have a small stop-for-shot by the Palace of Culture and Science, the most recognizable landmark of Warsaw and symbol of Polish communism. Its colorful illumination is different every day and makes you raise your head and gaze in amazement. Palace is right in the heart of Downtown and your guide will tell you about its fascinating history and  incredible surroundings The final stop is in Muranów district. Here, in a bar dating back to the 60s’ enjoy the atmosphere, spirits and some snacks. The guide will tell you about the fascinating, yet harsh communist times in Warsaw and in Poland, the staff will tell you a fascinating story about the place and a beautiful neon will help you feel like you are in the streets of communist Warsaw. After end of this tour you can be either dropped at your hotel or enjoy the rest of the night going wild in some more Warsaw pubs! 

Vodka Tasting Warsaw

6. Vodka Tasting Warsaw

Want to have the ultimate local experience in Warsaw? Join this Vodka Tasting and discover the wonderful world of Polish vodka! You will be taken to a traditional centrally-located Polish shot bar. Venues like this (being very popular among locals) bring local people together over small glasses of strong liquor, which inevitably leads to profound conversation. These days Warsaw’s shot bar scene is flourishing, much like it did back in the 70's and 80's during communism. The Vodka Expert will show you the perspective of a local living in the city and share insider stories about how life used to be back in the days. They will introduce you to an interesting world of Polish vodkas with a chance to try out 6-7 of the best types from the selection. Along with your beverage, you will try one food pairing with typical Polish snacks enjoyed while drinking alcohol.

Warsaw Vodka Tour

7. Warsaw Vodka Tour

Learn about the drinking culture of Poland on a 3.5-hour tour of Warsaw, dedicated to all things vodka. A local guide will take you to the best bars, and tell you stories and anecdotes along the way. Poland is one of the world’s best vodka producers, and many believe that the Poles have a glass of vodka for breakfast, then one for lunch, and another before going to bed! During the tour you will learn to separate fact from fiction, and discover which Polish vodkas are the best, or indeed if they have any flavor at all. Discover how vodka is produced, whether vodka was invented in Poland or Russia, if there is just one kind of vodka, and whether you can you make it home still standing. This is not a pub crawl. It's a way to get to know Warsaw and Polish culture better.

Warsaw: Polish Vodka Tasting Experience

8. Warsaw: Polish Vodka Tasting Experience

During a 90-minute vodka tasting session, sample 6 different types of Polish vodka while learning about the history of the country’s preferred beverage with a passionate vodka expert. The experience will take part in a centrally-located venue famous for vodka tasting. Upon arrival at the venue, play a fun quiz in order to determine your level of vodka knowledge. Start the tasting with an introduction to the history of the drink and its production process. Then, begin your tasting and learn the best way to taste vodka and compare different flavor notes. Line your stomach with a traditional Polish appetizer and get ready for a lot of fun and amazing stories.

Warsaw: Praga District Tour with Vodka Museum and Tasting

9. Warsaw: Praga District Tour with Vodka Museum and Tasting

Your guide will greet you at the hotel and invite you for the fully private sightseeing. Cross the bridge to east side of Vistula River and discover different face of the Polish capital! This part of Warsaw was culturally, ethnically and religiously diverse for centuries. Nowadays Praga is considered to be the most authentic part of the city, as it miraculously was not destroyed during World War II. During the tour you will see two historical churches: St. Florian's Cathedral (Catholic) and the Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene (Orthodox) and the Monument to the Prague Backyard Band. Pass through the most popular streets in Praga – such as Zabkowska street. While strolling along cobbled roads, among old pre-war tenement houses, feel as if have stepped back in time by several dozen years! During the walk seek out famous little shrines hidden everywhere and the original murals on the old buildings. In the end, visit the Polish Vodka Museum in the renovated Koneser centre. Here explore the interactive exhibition, walk through over 500 years of history and tradition connected to Polish national beverage and learn what made Polish Vodka famous worldwide. Learn ins and outs of alcohol tasting and experience the taste of three different Polish Vodkas. Na zdrowie!

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 22 reviews

I have to admit... I booked this tour more because of the novelty of the idea of a vodka museum. My partner as well, was not so much in the mood as we arrived. But 1.5h later after the tour completed and we are drinking homemade salt and caramel vodka drinks in the rooftop cocktail lounge, and we were so happy we booked the tour! It's really interesting to here about the history of Vodka which is also intertwined with Polish history and how Vodka production and consumption has changed over the years. Of course, no vodka tour ends without some tasting and although I didn't like a couple of the vodka's, we received in depth instructions on how to taste different types of vodka, the difference between different grains used, and most important, how to weed out bad vodka from good when purchasing in a store. LOVED this tour and definitely can recommend it!

the tour is great and a great way to try different vodkas in the Warsaw area. We did the 3 hour tour which we recommend because you start off with food and it makes the drinking much easier. Perfect for a group of 2-10.

If you have 2 hours free, and you like to taste vodka. I recommend it. The guide was very friendly and explained everything. They also have 2 nice bars. During summer you can go to the rooftop and enjoy some drinks

This was an amazing place! The tour guide was very knowledgeable and at the same time gave you the time to look at things yourself. At the end you get to taste some different vodkas all from Poland of course.

Very informative and the guide had allot of knowledge on the history