Price: 50 € per tour (up to 3 people)
Meeting point: upon arrangement
Duration time: up to 2 hours
Praga district, an original and authentic district that wasn’t destroyed during World War II and holds many examples of 19th Century architecture. It`s located directly across the river from Warsaw’s Old Town. Through the centuries it was an independent town. It became a part of Warsaw in the late 18th century. It was multicultural area, home for Catholics, Jews and Polish Orthodox.
Praga has become a popular home for artists and young people. You can find many cool bars here located in old houses and post industrial buildings. It`s not a fancy place, it looks actually pretty poor but it has an amazing charm. It`s dedicated to people who are looking for something more than Warsaw’s main tourist attractions. During the walk we will see: Orthodox Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Bergson’s Israelite Orphanage, Catholic courtyard shrines, Jewish Dormitory, Różyckiego Bazar, Ząbkowska and Brzeska Streets and more.