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Poznan: Old Town Electric Shuttle Tour

1. Poznan: Old Town Electric Shuttle Tour

Embark on a unique tour of Poznan and see over 35 of the city's most iconic and interesting landmarks. Take an unforgettable journey in an eco-friendly electric shuttle equipped with audio guides in 10 languages. Discover the city's most important monuments, visiting the 3 most important areas of Poznan on a tour that last approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes.  Drive through the old town lined with medieval streets where you will see the Jewish quarter and the old synagogue, numerous Gothic churches, the Royal Castle.  Next, go to the so-called “Imperial Quarter”, where you will come across the spectacular Imperial Castle, built for the last monarch of the German Empire, William II.  Continue onward to the oldest area of Poznan – Cathedral Island. Feel the unique atmosphere of a small Vatican-like area of immense historical value, where the first Polish bishopric was established in 968.

Poznan: Private Polish Beer Tasting Tour

2. Poznan: Private Polish Beer Tasting Tour

Throughout this beer tasting tour in Poznan you will sample the best Polish popular, craft, and regional beer. You will get to know Polish beer, including its history and Polish tradition and customs. You will also learn how Poznan has a huge tradition of craft beer. This fun and cultural evening will offer an insightful introduction to the world of Polish beers. You'll spend time privately with your group of friends or family, with your guide taking care of you personally and explaining to you each beer that you will drink. You will sample beers from major Polish breweries, as well as specialty regional beers from regional Poland and craft beers from microbreweries located in Poznan. You will also be treated to Polish appetizers at your first venue, with each venue you visit providing a different experience, including a unique atmosphere and a selection of beers for you to choose from. During the 2-hour option you will taste a set of 7 beers and some appetizers at 3 different venues. If you want to try more flavors of vodka then the 3-hour option is for you, which will see you sampling 11 beers at 4 different venues with appetizers which are the perfect match to vodka. There is also the option to choose a 4-hour tour if you would like to have the best combination of Polish vodkas and traditional food in 5 venues. Throughout this option you will enjoy 13 beers and more food than you are able to eat.

Poznan: Private Traditional Polish Food Tour

3. Poznan: Private Traditional Polish Food Tour

The culture of eating has strong roots among Polish people ⁠— let your professional private guide show you the best dishes from Polish cuisine in 2, 3, or 4 carefully chosen local venues. At these places, you will get a special chance to try, compare, and choose your favorite flavors from a wide range of traditional dishes. Combine each option with a guided tour of some of the highlights of Poznan as you go from one venue to the next.  Choose the 2.5-hour option to try a basic set of food in 2 places, including different kinds of dumplings, Polish meats, and other specialties, in addition to one soft drink and cake and coffee/tea (excluding soup and beer). On the 3.5-hour tour, taste tradition Polish food at 3 different venues. Sample 3 kinds of dumplings, different kind of polish meats, other specialities, traditional soup, in addition to one soft drink or beer, as well as cake and coffee/tea. During the tastings, your guide will tell you about some Polish traditions and customs and what meals are related to which occasion.  To explore the culture of Poland even further, opt for the premium 5-hour option, which combines your food tasting and sightseeing with your choice of a beer or vodka (with 8 types of each to choose from). Take a more extensive walk with your guide and see the highlights of Poznan city after a delicious feast.

Poznan Private Vodka Tasting Tour

4. Poznan Private Vodka Tasting Tour

On this amazing party tour, you'll get a great combination of facts and vodka-fuelled experiences. Get together with friends or family and sample white, flavoured vodka as well as a unique liqueur, and play a game to compare the flavors. The guide will teach you how to drink vodka in the Polish fashion, tell you about the occasions at which the Poles drink vodka, and why it's the national drink. You'll come away with knowledge about the history of Polish vodka and Polish culture. All of the places on the tour have been carefully selected to showcase atmospheres that reflect different periods of Polish history and culture.  You'll also be able to taste Polish appetizers, which pair perfectly with vodka. There are 2, 3 and 4-hour versions of this tour available. During the 2-hour option, you will taste a set of 5 vodkas and appetizers at 3 different venues. With the 3-hour option, you can try 7 special shots at 4 different venues with appetizers which are the perfect match. If you want to try even more, then there is a special 4-hour option with a combination of Polish vodkas and traditional food over 5 venues. Sample 10 vodkas and lots of different Polish foods.  The 2-hour version of the tour allows you to sample the following:  White vodka Flavoured vodka (Nuts, Lemon) Liqueur (Gold Water) Absinthe (70%)

Poznan: Srodka District and Cathedral Island Private Walking

5. Poznan: Srodka District and Cathedral Island Private Walking

Discover the wonders of Poznan, a pearl among the best cities in Poland, on this 3 or 4-hour private tour. Meet your friendly guide and start the tour at the Saint John of Jerusalem Church, a centuries-old building with unique architectural features. Follow our guide into the heart of the Srodka District, passing by a selection of its most attractive buildings including the Roman-Catholic Margaret’s Church, the Cathedral Music School, and the innovative Poznan Gate. Soak up the district’s charming atmosphere as you stroll along its narrow streets and admire a fantastic historical mural. Cross the Bishop Jordan Bridge to reach Ostrow Tumski, also known as Cathedral Island. Head towards Poznan Cathedral, stopping to admire the Palace of Bishops with its monuments of St. Peter and Paul along the way. Arrive at the cathedral and be amazed by its gigantic interior, complete with underground graves and a golden chapel. Afterwards, visit the Mickiewicz University Department of Theology and the Archbishop Seminary, this is where the 3-hour tour ends. Travelers who opt for the 4-hour option continue the tour to Old Town Poznan and its lively market square. Feel immersed in the hustle and bustle of this vibrant hub and learn about the unique medieval architecture that surrounds you. Next, visit the Town Hall, the Monument of Bamberka, the Palace of Gorki, and the Historic Tenements and Fountain of Proserpina. The tour ends at the Parish Church of St. Stanislaus, a stunning Baroque building which houses a 16th-century crucifix.

Poznan Old Town and Croissant Museum Private Walking Tour

6. Poznan Old Town and Croissant Museum Private Walking Tour

Poznan is a pearl and among the best cities in Poland. This medieval city has one of the most beautiful town squares in all of Europe. As a historic site, Poznan ranks as high as Kracow or Gdansk. It possesses a very rich history, many fascinating legends and beautiful parks with rich nature. Start the tour with admiring one of the finest churches - Parish Church of St. Stanislaus (Fara Church). This stunning church is known for its magnificent Baroque ornamentation in the chapels of the Holy Cross, which features a 16th-century crucifix and the Virgin Mary. Next to it, you will see also former Jesuits Collegium. Look around picturesque Chopin Park. Walk along the town square of Poznan, a path of powerful monarchs years ago. Explore the lively Market Square with interesting medieval architecture. Look at the Town Hall and listen to the funny legend about goats on top of it. Then see the monument of Bamberka, Palace of Gorki, historic tenements and fountain of Proserpina. Follow your guide to Croissant Museum, the famous place which makes regional cakes - St. Marcin’s Croissants with special white poppy seed filling, which has been Poznań's most important sweet delicacy for over 150 years. This unique museum shows Poznan’s customs and traditions and tells history and legends. It is an opportunity to learn some dialect words, try the Croissants, get the recipe of them and help the Rogal (Croissant) Master. Get an extraordinary lesson in a fun way!

Poznan: Private Airport Transfer to/from the City

7. Poznan: Private Airport Transfer to/from the City

Skip the lines for taxis on arrival at Poznan Airport, and enjoy a convenient way of traveling to the city center. Enjoy top quality service for a fixed price and travel to every place within Poznan city limits. Avoid excessive transfer fees with a service that provides the best deal in terms of service, quality, and price. Receive a clear indication of the cost on booking. Make your booking and get full assistance, rest assured that your trip will begin and end as smoothly and comfortably as possible. Benefit from vehicle types that are available for different group sizes, ranging from taxis and minibuses for smaller groups, to a 65-seat coach for larger groups.

Poznan Old Town and Citadel Park Private Walking Tour

8. Poznan Old Town and Citadel Park Private Walking Tour

Poznan is among the best cities in Poland. This medieval city has one of the most beautiful town squares in all of Europe and ranks as high as Krakow or Gdańsk. Experience a very rich history, many fascinating legends and beautiful parks with beautiful nature. Start the tour with a stop to the Parish Church of St. Stanislaus, known for its magnificent Baroque ornamentation and 16th-century crucifix. See the former Jesuit Collegium and take a peek around the picturesque Chopin Park. Walk along the town square of Poznan, a path tread by powerful monarchs centuries ago.  Explore the lively market square with its interesting medieval architecture and learn about the funny legend of goats atop the town hall. Follow the guide to see the monument of Bamberka, the Palace of Gorki and the fountain of Proserpina. Then take a walk to Citadel Park where you can find many historical monuments and museums. Choose the 4-hour option to visit the Weapons Museum and see an interesting collection of armory, uniforms and photos.

Poznan: Private Jewish Heritage Tour

9. Poznan: Private Jewish Heritage Tour

Your guide will be waiting for you with your name by the New Synagogue on Stawna 10 street and invite you for the fully private sightseeing. The history of the Jews of Poznan is inseparably tied with the history of the city. While in Poznan, it is impossible not to come into contact with the rich historical, cultural and religious heritage, which Judaism believers shaped over several centuries. Our walk starts from the former Jewish quarter – once the center of social and religious life of Poznan Jews. See the headquarter of the Jewish community, the New Synagogue and Akiva Eger Square. Stop at Wolnosci Square - once the place of the eternal rest of Poznan Jews. Go to the City Stadium, which witnessed the tragic fate of Jews during the German occupation. Discover the Square of the Righteous Among the Nations. See the Monument to the Victims of the Labor Camp for Jews in Poznan and the new Jewish cemetery. Learn from your guide what else you can discover on your own after this tour.

Warsaw: Praga District Tour with Vodka Museum and Tasting

10. Warsaw: Praga District Tour with Vodka Museum and Tasting

Your guide will greet you at the hotel and invite you for the fully private sightseeing. Cross the bridge to east side of Vistula River and discover different face of the Polish capital! This part of Warsaw was culturally, ethnically and religiously diverse for centuries. Nowadays Praga is considered to be the most authentic part of the city, as it miraculously was not destroyed during World War II. During the tour you will see two historical churches: St. Florian's Cathedral (Catholic) and the Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene (Orthodox) and the Monument to the Prague Backyard Band. Pass through the most popular streets in Praga – such as Zabkowska street. While strolling along cobbled roads, among old pre-war tenement houses, feel as if have stepped back in time by several dozen years! During the walk seek out famous little shrines hidden everywhere and the original murals on the old buildings. In the end, visit the Polish Vodka Museum in the renovated Koneser centre. Here explore the interactive exhibition, walk through over 500 years of history and tradition connected to Polish national beverage and learn what made Polish Vodka famous worldwide. Learn ins and outs of alcohol tasting and experience the taste of three different Polish Vodkas. Na zdrowie!

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We booked the tour online. We were picked up at the agreed time. The trip was worthwhile as an overview. We then visited some of the sights again. Announcements were made via headphones, some of which were no longer up to date, but were commented on by the driver.

It was a very interesting city tour with a lot of sights. The guide showed us exactly the right monuments to the point. We got an insight into the history of the city. It was very beautiful.

Our tour guide was absolutely amazing, she provided us with lots of information and great insight to the city’s history. I would 100% recommend.

It was a very nice tour, you get a lot for your money. A big thanks goes to our guide Anna.

The city tour was very interesting and the guide was prepared.