The Vodka Tour: Warsaw

Show me how you drink and I will tell you who you are.

– Émile Peynaud

The Vodka Tour

The tour is also available in:


 Krakow      Gdansk

  • How much is it and what is included?
  • PLN319/ person
    • 6-7 vodka tastings
    • 5-6 food pairings
    • a bilingual foodie guide
    • written summary of the tour
    • tips on pleasant places to visit during your stay

Book the tour:

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Quick facts:

  • every day
  • start: 17:00
  • duration: 3.5 hours
  • minimum participants: 2
  • maximum participants: 8
  • pre-booking necessary
  • 6 vodka tastings (or more)
  • 5 vodka food tastings
  • if you’re looking for a private tour or your group is larger, CLICK HERE, we’ve got an offer for you!

What is the Vodka Tour?


First of all, this is NOT a pub crawl. We want to deliver an expert but also fun way of understanding Polish vodka culture.


Poland boasts of being one of the best manufacturers of vodka in the world. It is also a place which many imagine to be the country where people have a glass of vodka for breakfast, then one for lunch and another before going to bed. Is that all true? Are Polish vodkas really good? And does vodka have any flavour at all? How is it produced and can you make it at home? The tour will answer all the questions, including those you may be afraid to ask!


Vodka is a very social drink and this is why this tour is especially suitable for groups of friends, colleagues etc. The minimum number of people for the tour is 2 and the maximum is 8. If you prefer your tour to be private for your group only, click here, we’ve got an offer for you, too!

How much will I drink?


We will taste different kinds of vodka (at least 6) and typical vodka food (at least 5 tastings). A local experienced guide speaking fluent English will take you to 3 or 4 bars and restaurants in the city centre serving best and most intriguing Polish vodkas to tell you stories, anecdotes and answer million of questions (which we hope you will want to ask!).


Think of the amount of food served on the tour as lunch. As for the alcohol, given the food served and the duration of the tour, the tastings are supposed to make you feel tipsy, but not drunk.

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