Praga has been a diverse district within the city in terms of culture, ethnicity and religion for centuries. It wasn’t destroyed during World War II and, as a result, it is considered the most authentic part of the city. Start your look around Praga with a visit to the Praga Museum of Warsaw where you can learn all about the history of the district. Go to the Polish Vodka Museum housed in a historic distillation and rectification plant within the premises of the Koneser Praga Centre. Koneser offers iconic restaurants and bars, exceptional museums, unique shops, unavailable in shopping centres, fairs, festivals, and other events, in the scenery of historic, marvellously restored red brick buildings of the 19th-century vodka factory. Koneser is a place full of positive energy, inspiration, and passion. Take a stroll through the historic streets, look inside churches of different faiths, find the shrines hidden in backyards and cast your eye over some fascinating original murals. Alternatively, you can always spend a little time in historic Skaryszewski Park or at the Zoo. Finish with a visit to Saska Kępa, an atmospheric neighbourhood full of modernist architecture and home to restaurants offering cuisine from all around the world.
Visit Polish Vodka Museum:
Go to the Polish Vodka Museum housed in a historic distillation and rectification plant within the premises of the Koneser Praga Centre.