See the sights and sample the local food of Bialystok on this amazing walking tour. Learn the city's fascinating history and stop for tastings at some of the city's specialty food stores and restaurants.
Book your private 4-hour vodka and food tasting tour to discover the history and taste of Poland's most famous drink. Visit 5 venues including 2 traditional Polish restaurants with a guide. Enjoy 10 vodkas and more food than you are able to eat.
Join an amazing Vodka Tour and taste a various range of Polish vodkas. Learn about the history, culture, and production of vodka. Get to know how to drink vodka in the traditional Polish way and learn about Polish traditions.
Book your private beer tasting tour and enjoy a full range of Polish beers while visiting specially selected venues in Bialystok. You will try up to 11 different beers from mass produced, regional and craft beer.
Book a premium food tour of Bialystok to sample not only traditional Polish food but also famous beer and vodka. Explore Old Town with a private guide and make 4 stops to taste traditional Polish cuisine with a tasting of 8 beers or 10 vodka shots.
Located on the banks of the Biała River, Białystok is the largest city in northeastern Poland. With its first settlers arriving in the 14th century, the town grew to become one of the leading centers of academic, cultural and artistic life as well as an important economic center.
During WWII much of Białystok was destroyed, losing more than half its residents, including the once-thriving Jewish community. Postwar reconstruction concentrated on the recovery of industry, infrastructure and state administration.
Visit the city to learn about its most famous inhabitants who ruled from the 1660s to the early 19th Century. Discover their history on the Branicki Route, which includes the Branicki Palace, often referred to as the ‘Polish Versailles.’ Along the route, you can also step into the Podlaskie Museum. Then, stop at the family's 18th Century estate with a Guest Palace, the Daughters of Charity convent of St Vincent de Paul, the Cekhauz/Armoury and the Old Inn.
Don’t miss a visit the iconic places of worship in Białystok including the Saint Sophia Orthodox Church of Divine Wisdom, the Muslim Prayer House and what used to be known as the Cytron Synagogue, which today is home to the Śledziński Gallery.
Outside the city is surrounded by numerous natural and historical sites. Among these is the UNESCO listed Białowieski National Park, the habitat of the European bison.