The Morning Market Tour: Warsaw
The Morning Market Tour
HOW MUCH IS IT AND WHAT IS INCLUDED?
a visit to 4 establishments that definitely makes for a breakfast and lunch
approx. 15 tastings
ticket for public transportation during the tour
assistance of a professional, local foodie guide
tips on pleasant places to visit during your stay
written summary of the tour sent via email
BOOK THE TOUR:
BUY THE TOUR AS A GIFT VOUCHER HERE:
- Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
- start: 09:00
- duration: 3.5 hours
- minimum participants: 3
- maximum participants: 10
- pre-booking necessary
- approx. 15 tastings
- if you’re looking for a private tour or you’re a larger group, CLICK HERE, we’ve got an offer for you!
WHAT IS THE MORNING MARKET TOUR?
Markets, products, food halls, daily food habits – our morning tour is all about that! With our tour you will learn about and savour the best Polish products like cold cuts, preserves, cheese, wine, bread and street food. We will show you where the best local chefs source ingredients for their restaurants and where to eat out if you want to keep up with the latest culinary trends.
All that accompanied by the stories of our foodie guides who will tell you what’s the biggest Polish breakfast staple? Where to buy Poland’s most expensive eggs and what makes them so special? How come wine is so great in a vodka country? Which Jewish classics Poles consider super Polish? And many, many more!
If you prefer your tour to be private for your group only, click here, we’ve got an offer for you, too!
WHAT WILL I EAT?
You will start with a classic Polish breakfast for a chance to try the legendary Polish bread and sweet preserves washed down with a cup of supergood coffee. Next, you’ll discover the bustling Hala Mirowska: the central, legendary farmer’s market where you will be given a tour of the most interesting stalls and will try at least 10 different cured meats and cheeses. Moving on to southern city centre, you will get a glimpse of one of the most popular blocks in town to go out at night where we will stop for a glass of a sought-after Polish wine. The tour will end in the magnificent 19th c. food hall turned into a 21st c. food court for some Polish classics in a street food version washed down with Polish craft beer.