See a different side of Europes major cities on these innovative walking tours that revel in art, history, food, drinking and even fiscal mismanagement
Instagram has fuelled our lust for instant travelling photos, but this tour describe on actual cameras, arming walkers with a vintage Polaroid camera and a pack of film as you snap away in the Polish capital. The three-hour tour starts by meeting in the old town square and attains its style through some of the citys key sites: the Royal Castle, the Presidential Palace, the University of Warsaw Library and its roof gardens and the witokrzyski bridge. Resulted by a local guide and also running in Vienna and Graz the tour cost includes camera loan and a pack of colouring movie from the Impossible Project: the company that took over Polaroid when it discontinued production of instant film in 2008.
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