Things to do in Praga District
The Praga district, located on the right bank of the Vistula River, is a part of the oldest areas in Warsaw featuring a community from diverse cultures, ethnicities and religions. This particular are was not destroyed during World War II and as a result, it is considered the most authentic part of the city.
The district history until 1989 was linked to the production industry and since the collapse of communism, the liberal economy forces started to reshape city structure. For many years the transformation of the oldest parts in the Praga district was left aside keeping the status of the urban reserve of 'old-time Warsaw'. Today Praga District is the target of the large-scale urban rehabilitation scheme of the city of Warsaw as well as several grass-roots and top-down activities and projects.
Take a guided tour to see its street art murals, learn the history of the area and walk along the local streets with a pre-war atmosphere that were used as major filming locations. Visitors can also check out the many attractions including the illuminating Neon Museum, the Praga Koneser Center with its Polish Vodka Museum and the Praga District Museum.
Our recommendations in Praga District
Warsaw private 4-hour city tour by car
See the main highlights of Warsaw, the Polish capital, in the most comfortable way - by car! Learn more from your guide about its incredible history.
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Warsaw Behind the Scenes tour by retro minibus
Explore Warsaw with a well educated and friendly guide, discover the authentic city, its history, its culture and its hidden parts.
Small group evening tour of Warsaw by retro minibus
Experience Warsaw at night, relax after the whole day of exhausting sightseeing and take a look at Warsaw from a different perspective.
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