A little neglected and chic at the same time, Praga is home to artsy clubs and cafes in post-industrial locations and old tenement houses. We will look for fine examples of original pre-war architeture, traces of the Jewish heritage, Russian presence and, to add to the mix, Holy Mary chapels. This district used to be a melting pot, connecting three religions and cultures: orthodox, jewish and catholic. We will show you reminiscences of all of them.
Come to the right side of Warsaw with us!
Do I need to book?
There's no need to book this tour. Just show up at 11:00 any Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday (April-October) next to the Sigismund's Column in the Castle Sq. in Warsaw's Old Town. Please note that the tour runs regardless of the weather conditions.
How much is it?
Our tours run in the pay-as-you-wish format. There's no fixed price for the tour and you always decide how much the tour was worth. Please note that your donation is the only remuneration the guide will get!
Now and in the past
district not destroyed by war
discover their stories
place to go after the tour
get to know the story behind them
Alternative Praga Free Tour: discover and understand