All places are carefully chosen to show you the various atmospheres that reflect different periods of Polish culture. If you prefer knowing the country by its liquors and the city by its bars, then this is what you need. For the whole time, you will be accompanied by a guide who will help you to understand Polish culture, customs and cuisine. During the tour, learn to separate fact from fiction, and discover which Polish vodkas are the best or indeed if they have any flavor at all. Discover how vodka is produced, whether vodka was invented in Poland or Russia? And no worries about transportation, this can be taken care of for you.
You'll head straight to restaurant which has the biggest variety of vodkas in the world. You will be presented with original polish vodka from PRL ages here and can try the overpowering 63% plum brandy. You'll discover that the Polish tradition of drinking vodka is connected with appetizers which will also be included. Here, you will taste delicious Baltic salmon tartare.
At the next place, you guide will tell you about the fascinating, yet harsh communist times in Gdansk and in Poland. Vodka is an inherent part of Polish culture – it’s hard to imagine any celebration without it. It also plays an important role in daily life as far as vodka is the most sociable drink. Your guide will describe how it has changed over the centuries.
In the last two spots, you will see how vodka serving has grown into an art form. It’s a true show where the best bartenders will be preparing fancy shots in 69 different compositions.