Nothing excites a true foodie like an opportunity to try out new meals. This 3 hour walking tour is an exploration of the unique tasting traditional food and vodka of the Polish natives. It is a chance to immerse yourself in the history of Polish food in it all its diversities and complexities. Learn about their eating and drinking customs of the Poles as you take this ‘throw back’ tour into the roots of Polish cuisine.
For this tour, you will visit authentic traditional food vendors in Krakow. Your first stop will be at the Stary Kelparz, an open air market where you will have the opportunity to sample a few polish street foods. Your options include, polish sausages and pickles, regional cheese and pierogi –polish dumplings. You will not only sample these meals, you will also learn how to learn how they are made.
Provided the Zywe Obawarzanka Museum is open, you may stop there for a delight p sightseeing experience. Your next stop will be at the Slawkowska Street where you will sample Polish vodka and an even wider selection of meals than you did at Stary Kelparz. Pierogies – Polish dumplings, slice of bread with lard, herring with onion and shots of regional vodka, sour rye soup, buckwheat groats with pork scratching and soured milk are some of the delicacies waiting for you at Slawkowska Street.
Here’s what one tourist had to say;
“Our tour guide Damien was very friendly… For the money paid this was a very good value tour and we met some lovely people.”
No doubt, every one with a tongue (that can taste) will find this tour to be a delight!