Bring your appetite and be prepared for noon pickup at your Warsaw accommodation. Meet your foodie guide and climb aboard a classic, Communist-era minibus that will whisk you around the capital, covering much more distance and diversity than a walking tour.
Learn about Polish culture through its cuisine as you make your way through a hand-picked selection of the city's best and most authentic eateries. Sample fresh local produce at a farmer’s market, and then delve into heartier delights like kiełbasa (sausage), traditional Polish soup, bigos (meat and cabbage stew), and two kinds of stuffed pierogi (dumplings).
If you have a taste for salty pickled products, you might like ogórki kiszone (pickled cucumbers). Sink your teeth into some of Warsaw’s best baked goods like market-fresh bread and delicious pączki (donuts) from a pastry shop, and wash it down with a cup of coffee. Finally, no Polish food tour would be complete without a shot of strong, refreshing vodka.