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Warsaw: Polish Dumplings Cooking Class

1. Warsaw: Polish Dumplings Cooking Class

Try your hand at crafting pierogi, the most popular Polish dish. Super tasty and fun to make, Polish dumplings might just become your favorite comfort food by the end of the class. Make sure you arrive on time and catch the short introduction that teaches you about the origins of pierogi and their place in the Polish culinary landscape. Then dive into the preparation, beginning by mixing and kneading the dough. Choose whether you want to prepare your dumplings with meat filling or a vegetarian or vegan option. Then learn the various techniques of folding the dumplings and discover hacks that make them extra tasty. At the end of the class, sample the fruits of your labor and enjoy a plate full of pierogi that is sure to fill you up. If you choose to come to the evening session, enjoy complimentary drinks with your meal. 

Krakow: Gondola Sightseeing Cruise on the Vistula River

2. Krakow: Gondola Sightseeing Cruise on the Vistula River

Prepare for an adventure and cruise the Vistula River. Take in the sights of the royal city of Krakow and fall in love with the interesting and entertaining places. Set sail and see historic buildings, bridges, monuments, and more. Listen to the audio on board and learn important facts as you pass by. Catch your gondola in the old town district of Krakow, Kazimierz. Board the beautiful wooden boat made by traditional boat builders. Relax and hear the waves as you witness the Wawel Castle, Dragon's Den, Monastery of the Norbertan Sisters, and the point where the Rudawa River flows into Vistula. Hear the live audio commentary along the way and learn interesting and historical stories about Krakow. Appreciate the unusual and timeless experience. Feel free to bring a coffee or cold drink and enjoy the ride.

Warsaw: Lunch or Dinner at Hard Rock Cafe with Skip-the-Line

3. Warsaw: Lunch or Dinner at Hard Rock Cafe with Skip-the-Line

Head to the world-famous Hard Rock Cafe in Warsaw for a delicious lunch or dinner from a set menu. Hard Rock Cafe Warsaw is located in the exclusive Złote Tarasy shopping center in the very heart of the city, and overlooks the Palace of Culture and Science.  Enjoy live music as you savor American cuisine. See almost 300 pieces of original memorabilia from legendary artists such as Freddie Mercury, Madonna, Keith Richards, Bob Dylan, and Bono.  Dance Menu: Choice of entrée: • BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger (veggie option available) • Salmon Caesar Salad • Baby Back Ribs Dessert: Hot fudge brownie Choice of beverage (1 per person): Coffee, tea, water, or soft drink

Warsaw 3-Hour Sightseeing Tour by Segway

4. Warsaw 3-Hour Sightseeing Tour by Segway

Take a sightseeing tour of Warsaw with a difference. No need for long and tiring walks through the city. Instead jump aboard and ride your own private Segway from place to place. Segway is a noiseless, environmentally-friendly, and fun two-wheeled vehicle which you will learn to ride in no time. This 3-hour tour is more than 10 km long (about 4 miles). It leads you around Warsaw's most important places allowing you to admire the architecture and the monuments of the city. Your guide will recommend places that are worth visiting during your stay in Warsaw, and will give you many tips about Warsaw life. Admire the stunning view from the Vistula River, check out Europe's largest Multimedia Fountain Park, and glide through historical parks and royal residencies. See all this and much more. Before getting on your Segway, you will receive a short training and a safety helmet. Driving is simple and we guarantee you that it will only take a moment before you are able to move around on your Segway freely and confidently.

Warsaw: Highlights of Old & New Town Private Guided Tour

5. Warsaw: Highlights of Old & New Town Private Guided Tour

Discover the charm of Warsaw Old Town, destroyed during the war but rebuilt in the beautiful Baroque style of architecture. Learn the facts and legends of the capitol city, Warsaw, on a private walking tour of the highlights and main attractions. Only a few people know that Warsaw was the most important city for the economy of Poland in the Modern Era and locals truly believe it to be one of the most unique places on earth, an understanding that comes with an appreciation of the culture, history, and daily life of the city.  Admire the Nicolaus Copernicus Monument and the Holy Cross Church, before you continue to the University of Warsaw. Enjoy a slightly longer stop at Pilsudski Square, previously Victory Square, where you can take the time to reflect upon the unique Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Experience the atmosphere of contemporary Warsaw and observe everyday life. Find the best hidden locations in the city with the help of your experienced local guide. Follow your friendly guide to the Main Market Square, through the Castle Square to finally reach the great Royal Castle, where the Polish monarchs lived from 1596 to 1795. On the 6-hour version, you will also enter the Royal Castle and the gorgeous apartments of former kings. It’s the best way to see how times have changed throughout the history of the capital of Poland, from late Medieval Times to its role nowadays as a center of economy, science, business, and development.

Warsaw: Muranów District Exploration Game

6. Warsaw: Muranów District Exploration Game

Explore Warsaw’s fascinating history while solving clues throughout the Muranów District. Each clue will lead you from one place to another by providing you with exact directions, so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. As you solve the problem and guess the answer, the secret story of Warsaw will unravel before your eyes. If you are a large group, one person can purchase access for the entire group by selecting the number of people in the group. All group members can play the city game on their smartphones. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group, and meet the group at the end of the tour. The city game will take you about 1.5 hours to complete, but there’s no time limit. You won't need a guide - just download the app, go to the starting point, and begin the adventure.

From Warsaw: Private Full-Day Suntago Water World Trip

7. From Warsaw: Private Full-Day Suntago Water World Trip

Escape the hustle and bustle of Warsaw and experience the thrill of Europe's largest waterpark, located just outside Warsaw and featuring 30 slides, thermal baths, mineral pools, a spa complex and over 10 different types of saunas.  After getting picked up from your hotel in Warsaw, travel to the park and explore the 3 distinct sections: Jamango Water Jungle, Relax and the Saunarium. In Jamango, enjoy fun for all the family with various swimming pools, a “lazy river”, a wave pool with a retractable roof, an artificial surf park and several slides. The other 2 areas are reserved for guests over the age of 16. In the Relax zone, enjoy a calming oasis filled with 700 palm trees dotted around tropical gardens, heated thermal pools, and a swim-up bar. In the saunarium, relax on one of the sunbeds or make your way through the neverending network of saunas, steam rooms, and relaxation areas set to different temperatures and humidities. At the end of the day, get dropped off back at your hotel in Warsaw.

Warsaw Royal Route & Old Town Public Walking Tour

8. Warsaw Royal Route & Old Town Public Walking Tour

The Royal Route and the Old Town belong to the top 10 of the attractions of Warsaw. If you are in Warsaw the first time, you should start your trip right here. The main sights here are: On the Royal Route - Holy Cross Church, where the heart of Frédéric Chopin rests - Warsaw University campus - Baroque Visitationist Church - Tomb of the Unknown Soldier - Presidential Palace - St. Anne's Church with the most beautiful organs in Poland In the Old Town - Castle Square - Royal Castle and Royal Gardens - Market Square - City Wall and Barbican - Warsaw Mermaid We know that dates and historical facts are important, but they have to be put into a suitable context. The information is told in a tourist-friendly and, above all, understandable way. The tour ends on the medieval Market Square in the Old Town. In the immediate vicinity, there are numerous cafés, restaurants or bars. The city guide will certainly recommend something for you. We also have suitable addresses for vegetarians and vegans.

Krakow: Scenic River Cruise

9. Krakow: Scenic River Cruise

See all of Krakow's popular riverside landmarks in just one hour on a scenic boat ride along the Vistula. Take a break from all the walking and enjoy the perks of sightseeing from the comfort of your seat. Come across Wawel Hill and sail under the Zwierzyniec Bridge. Hop on your boat at a location close to Wawel and travel through the quiet waters of the Vistula River to see the city from a new perspective. Sail towards Salwator and further down the river for a wholesome overview of the local architecture and landscapes. Travel under the Zwierzyniec Bridge, admire the Bishop's Palace, and turn towards Manggha Center. Take in the waterfront districts of Kazimierz and Podgórze before turning back to take in the majestic Church on the Rock.

From Warsaw: Kazimierz Dolny Art Town Full-Day Private Tour

10. From Warsaw: Kazimierz Dolny Art Town Full-Day Private Tour

Take a retreat to an artistic center of retreat in Poland on a full-day journey from Warsaw to Kazimierz Dolny. The small town is located in central Poland, on the bank of the Vistula River and used to a main stop on the route between Krakow and Warsaw. Upon arrival, follow your guide through the town to see the old town, the ruins of the castles, and the famous Three Crosses Hill. Take the opportunity to enjoy a panoramic view out across the town and the river. This beautiful natural scenery with woodlands, fields, orchards, and hops plantations is protected by Kazimierz Landscape Park. Kazimierz Dolny is also known for the artists who opt to stay and work there, deriving inspiration from the town's surroundings. While visiting, take the opportunity to walk through the market square and admire or purchase the folk art sold at its stalls. Admire Polish beautiful countryside on the way back to your hotel in Warsaw.

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A great attraction in the heart of Warsaw. The location allows it to be included in the plan of visiting the old town and the surrounding area. The museum shows many examples of illusions very well, it takes on our eyes and brains. Everything is explained at the same time, there are numerous tips for attractions. The staff will also be happy to tell you what to do, how to take advantage of the attractions, and will help you take nice photos.

Beautiful times, my children were shocked at how it was possible to live like this

Fantastic and super realistic museum, all cured in every detail I recommend it

Fun place, I took some amazing pics. Smiling staff, thanks!

Has exhibits available in English too and luggage storage