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Food & Vodka of Kraków
39 EUR
Basic Information
Total time
2h 45min
Meeting point
Between St. Florian´s Gate and Barbican. Look for the guide with yellow umbrella or Walkative! sign.
City tours, Culinary, Walking tour
  • Local, professional guide
  • Walking tour
  • Small-group tour 
Ticket Message

Look for a guide with a yellow umbrella or Walkative! sign. 

  • Inclusions: guiding service, food & drink samples
  • Allergies/diet issues: please inform your guide about any allergies or food preferences you have. Please be aware that many food samples may not fit to gluten-free or vegan diet.
  • Meeting Point: Between St. Florian’s Gate and the Barbican.
  • Start Time: Participants are expected to show up 5 min before the start time. The tour lasts approximately 2h 45min and ends in the area of Old Town. 
  • No-show: Refund does not apply if participant is late. 
  • Language: English 
  • There is no need to print your booking confirmation. 

Thank you for choosing Walkative! If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately, take an umbrella, etc. 
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • During the tour, alcohol tasting is available for anyone 18 year or older
  • Vegetarian option is available, please advise the guide at the meeting point before the tour if required
  • Tour is not recommended for vegans or anyone on a gluten-free diet
  • A moderate amount of walking is involved
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately, take an umbrella, etc. 

There are certain things you probably know about Polish cuisine. Our guess is that the first one would be, to put it mildly, it’s definitely hearty… The other is vodka. But what we drink, the sorts of food we love and the ways we prepare it can tell you many things about the history of our country, this region of the world, and us Poles. Take a chance to immerse yourself in the history of Polish food and learn all about our eating and drinking customs. We will take you back to the roots of Polish cuisine, which, just like our history, are diverse and complex.Try some of the best soups and sour pickles straight from the barrel at a traditional market. Get to know the origins of the bagel and kielbasa (sausage). Learn why the most popular pierogi (dumplings) are described as ‘Russian-style’ and what was a staple of Slavic diet for centuries, well before grain became popular. And then there is that question: where does vodka come from? There’s no better way to tackle it than over a glass of czysta and learning how to drink it properly from a local. Beyond that, we’ll tread into ‘dangerous’ territory as we teach you about all the amazing flavours Polish vodka can have. And don’t worry – there will be plenty of time (and space) for something sweet, too!  

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