Trace the Taste of Wrocław
Price: 35 EUR
The overwhelming variety of Lower Silesian traditional cuisine was taken form foreign customs. For centuries Lower Silesian culture has been subject to different influences, including Polish, German, Austrian, Jewish and Czech traditions. Nowadays Silesian cusine has many delicious traditional dishes. During the tour there will be chance to taste traditional Silesian dumplings and to try the local beer in Piwnica Świdnicka restaurant - one of the oldest taverns in Europe. Its name derives from the name of the Polish city Świdnica, which in the old times, was known for the production of beer. It is the only beer-cellar in the city which has maintained the original arrangements of its interior together with continued service for hundreds of years.
Sightseeing of Old Town: Market Square (Rynek) dominated by the impressive 13th-century town hall and bordered by a rainbow of beautifully renovated historical buildings. Salt Square (Plac Solny), renowned for 24h traditional flower stalls, Świdnicka Street. For centuries this was the most important street in Wroclaw often used by merchants travelling along the Amber Road from southern Europe towards the Baltic Sea. This part of the Old Town boasts several distinguished public buildings, department stores, hotels, churches and statues.
- Bus transfer
- English speaking Guide
- Sightseeing of Old Town
- Visit in Piwnica Świdnicka - Silesian Dumplings and Beer tasting