Karmnik restaurant

Address: ul. Piwna 4a, 00-265 Warszawa

Coordinates: 52.248376, 21.013066 (Old Town)

The restaurant is located in the Old Town and is easy to reach via public transport. For instance, if you are in the city centre you can take the metro at CENTRUM bound for MŁOCINY and leave at RATUSZ ARSENAŁ. Then take a walk or go to the tram stop METRO RATUSZ ARSENAŁ 09 and get on any tram – get off at the next stop STARE MIASTO. Use the most classy escalator in town and you will find yourself at the Sigismund Column. Cross the square and turn left in Piwna Street.

Jabłonna Palace

Address: ul. Modlińska 105, 05-110

Jabłonna Coordinates: 52.374948, 20.914071

The Jabłonna Palace (‘Pałac w Jabłonnie’, WWW) is owned by the Polish Academy of Sciences and it is located in the outskirts of Warsaw, around 25 km from the city centre. Please make sure you will have enough time to commute to the venue. If you are using public transport, please remember to buy tickets which are valid in the suburban zone (‘Strefa 1+2’).

The palace can be reached by: bus, train+bus, train+taxi, or taxi. For instance, from the WARSAW CENTRAL STATION (‘Warszawa Centralna’) you can take the train bound for MODLIN to the station LEGIONOWO PRZYSTANEK (ca. 60 min) and bus 723 bound for ŻERAŃ FSO to the bus stop PAŁAC 01 (ca. 15 min). If there is no bus at the time you arrive to Legionowo, you can take a taxi (you will find a taxi stop opposite the train station, which is currently under re-construction) – it will not cost more than 20 PLN. From Koźmiński University go to the tram stop PIMOT 04 and take a tram number
18 or 20 bound for ŻERAŃ FSO to the station ŻERAŃ FSO (ca. 5 min). From the bus stop ŻERAŃ FSO 10 go by bus 723 bound for MICKIEWICZA to the stop PAŁAC 04 (ca. 30 min).

You need to take a 10 min. walk from the stop PAŁAC 04 to the venue: cross the street, pass the church, turn right and enter through the palace gate.

You can find more information about routes, timetables, and tickets here: WWW
While planning your journey you can use this webpage: WWW

We also encourage you to share taxis with your peers.

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Warsaw Adventure 

Communism tour

Route:
Pick up at the hotel – Constitution Square – Palace of Culture and Science – Ministry of Agriculture - the Party's House - Praga district - Communism Museum - drop off at the hotel

Number of Participants: 1- 49

Description:
We will pick you up from the hotel in our original socialist-style van of historical value, i.e. a Nysa 522. We will take you for a unique trip through the legacy of the Polish socialism. Not only will we see the places connected with it, but we will experience them as well.

We will start with the first square ever to be built especially for the working people, i.e. Constitution Square (Plac Konstytucji). Here you will feel how the propaganda worked in the socialist era. Next we will go towards the seat of the Ministry of Agriculture, where you will have a chance to get to know the utopian plans of the post-war city reconstruction. Our next stop will be the Palace of Culture and Science – a gift from “Uncle” Stalin will reveal its secrets to you.

We will not miss the very heart of socialism, i.e. the old seat of the Central Committee of the Polish United Workers' Party (in Polish: “Dom Partii” – “The Party's House”). Next stop is in Praga district, where we see the typical housing estate with the longest building in Warsaw.

At the end we will visit the Museum of Life under Communism. Here you will experience a small apartment furnished in socialist style, a communist party member’s office, a shop, a bar and a street from the era. You will see how people used to live and watch propaganda movies of the 1950s. We also kindly invite you for a typical aperitif. In the end of the tour we drop off guests back at the hotel.

Transportation:
Old communist vans - up to 28 people
Old communist bus - 28-49 people

Duration: 3 h

Price: 140 pln per person

Included:

  • transportation by former militia van (hotel pick up/drop off)
  • English speaking guide
  • visit in the Museum of Life under Communism
  • traditional aperitif (vodka shot, traditional soft drink ‘Oranżada’, cookies).

Tour starts everyday at 10 am. Minimum number of participants - 2.
Private tour up to 7 people cost 750 pln in english , 850 pln other languages

 

Off the beaten path trip

Route:
Pick up at the hotel –Grzybowski Square City Center - Warsaw Downtown- Constitution Square –Praga district – drop off at the hotel

Number of Participants: 1- 49

Description:
A trip organized in the old communist van “Nysa 522” during which we will see places that usually are non-tourist areas and are not so easy to be found. No worries! Our enthusiastic guides will take you there!

On our way we visit the remains of the Communism (Constitution Square, Palace of Science and Culture), pre-war Warsaw (streets which survived World War II), Jewish Ghetto and the bohemian Praga district. The first area that we visit is the city centre where you can see the streets that survived World War II, where we enter gates, courtyards, staircases. In many of those buildings you can still find bullet holes from the Warsaw Uprising. Here you can feel the atmosphere of the Old Warsaw. We also stop in the last street of the Jewish Ghetto, where you will touch the part of Warsaw that doesn’t exist anymore. This is also a perfect place to talk about the cultural diversity that was so characteristic for Warsaw before the War. You can see the mix of different kinds of the architecture. After that we will move to the communist world to show you the post-war ideas. You will see the way in which the communists rebuilt the city with a huge doze of propaganda. We visit the Constitution Square, Party House, Palace of Culture and Science.

Our next stop will be the bohemian Praga district. 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. After so many attractions it’s time for a lunch- in a milk bar which used to be popular in the Communist times, where we will try typical Polish cuisine. After that we go to see a different face of Praga- old factory that recently was converted into the center of various activities. At the end we will visit the Museum of Life under Communism. Here you will experience a small apartment furnished in socialist style, a communist party member’s office, a shop, a bar and a street from the era. You will see how people used to live and watch propaganda movies of the 1950s. We also kindly invite you for a typical aperitif. In the end of the tour we drop off guests back at the hotel.

Transportation:
Old communist vans - up to 28 people
Old communist bus - 28-49 people

Price: 160 pln per person

Duration: 4 h

Included:

  • transportation by former militia van (hotel pick up/ drop off)
  • English speaking guide
  • visit in the Museum of Life under Communism
  • traditional aperitif (vodka shot, traditional soft drink ‘Oranżada’)
  • lunch in a milk bar (dumplings and stewed fruits)

Tour starts everyday at 10 am. Minimum number of participants - 2.
Private tour up to 7 people cost 750 pln in english , 850 pln other languages.

Warsaw by Night

Route:
Pick up at the hotel – City Center- Praga district- Powiśle area - drop off at the hotel

Number of Participants: 1- 49

Description:
A trip organized in the old communist van “Nysa 522” during which we will see places and bars that are not so easy to find. No worries! Our enthusiastic guides will take you there!

The tour is a mix of tour through interesting spots in Warsaw by night and bars in the City Center and bohemian Praga dsitrict.

After a short introduction to Warsaw we will take you to a nice pub in order to taste delicious Polish beer from a local micro brewery. Our second stop will let us discover Communist city – with huge squares and wide streets. We will show you the difference between the pre-war belle epoque Warsaw and the utopic communist ideas from 1950s. You can’t imagine how huge the difference is! After a short communist indoctrination, you will need a shot of Polish vodka (to recharge the batteries, you will still need a lot of energy). Now it's time to visit the best shot bar in the city, mix with the locals and strangers and most probably you will find a lot of new friends here . There's one more district that will be visited: Praga. Are you brave enough to go there?

A district that in the past used to have bad opinion, right now famous for alternative culture and local atmosphere. Here we take You to the most alternative pubs in Warsaw! Time for another shot of delicious polish vodka. After the stop in the last pub we will drive you safely back to your hotel or leave you in a disco club.

Transportation:
Old communist vans - up to 28 people
Old communist bus - 28-49 people

Duration: 3 h

Price: 140 pln per person

Included:

  • transportation by former militia van (hotel pick up/ drop off)
  • English speaking guide
  • 3 shots of vodka in bars


Warsaw Highlights tour

Route:
Pick up at the hotel – The Palace of Culture and Science- City Center - Warsaw Downtown- Royal Route- Old Town- Powiśle area

Number of Participants: 1- 49

Description:
A daily schedule-based Sightseeing Tour of Warsaw, including a visit in Łazienki Park. A trip to be remembered. Tour the beautiful city of Warsaw in our air conditioned 13-passenger coaches.

Places visited:

  • The Old Town, included on the UNESCO World Heritage Site List
  • The Royal Castle with its Square, residence of monchars ( 1596 – 1795 ), as well as the residence of the Polish President in 1918. There is also a chance to see King Sigismund's III Column- the first secular monument in Poland.
  • St.John's Cathedral, a Gotic church and witness to some of the mostimportant events in the history of Poland with sarcophagi contaning the remains of eminement Poles.
  • The Old Town Market Square and Barbican.
  • The former Jewish Ghetto, The Memorial to the Heroes of the Ghetto, Umschplag Platz and Mila Street, site of the bunker where Mordehal Anielewicz, the leader of the Ghetto Uprising, committed suicide.
  • The Royal Route, with superb aristocratic residences and famous monuments, including the Holy Cross Church with its urns containing the hearts of both Fryderyk Chopin ( 1810 - 1849 ).
  • The Royal Park, a walk in the most beautiful park in Warsaw commonly know as Lazienki or 'The Baths' with its 'Palace on the Water', the lavish summer residence of the last King of Poland, Stanislaw August Poniatowski ( 1764 - 1895 ).

Transportation: air-conditioned bus

Price: 140 pln per person

Duration: 3 h

Starting time: 10 am , 2 pm

 

Cruise in the river

Number of Participants: 1- 60

Description:

We connect Vistula back to Warsaw!

For many years city was turned back to the river. We change it. You are welcome to join our cruise. Take a look on Warsaw from completely different perspective. Find out how many interesting stories keeps the only wild river in the middle of Capital of Poland. During our cruise you will get to know who is “Fat Kate”, you will discover secrets of Praga side and admire beautiful perspective of Old Town and Powiśle area. On board you can have a beer and barbeque. There is outside and indoor deck. On the way guide explain the history of the river and give general information about Warsaw. Each visible object is get a wide explanation by guide.

Don’t wait, join the cruise!

Transportation: Boat Loewentin

Duration: 1,5 h

Price: Group tours every weekend at 3 pm- 45 pln per person

 

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