A Krakow Trabant Trek is a sightseeing experience like no other! Take a Trabant tour of the city on your hen weekend and putter your way to Nowa Huta - the former Communist District - in an old banger from East Germany.
Affectionately known as the 'Trabi', these two-stroke cars sounds like lawnmowers, look like dinky toys and have bags of retro charm. See a restaurant from the Communist era and check out a 1950s apartment. This is a rare chance to get a firsthand look at what it was really like to live in Soviet-occupied Krakow. Prepare to be shocked and fascinated.
You'll be picked up and whisked off to Nowa Huta by local guides driving Trabants or Polski Fiats. Once there, you'll take a walk to the restaurant and see what the locals used to tuck into back in the mid-20th century. You may also see tanks, bunkers, Communist propaganda and other monuments and buildings from Stalin's rule.
Your guides will give you the lowdown on what day-to-day life was like under the notoriously rigid Soviet regime. You will have to hear it from a local to believe it!
Essential for hens who love real life stories and culture, a Trabant tour will really open your eyes and show you a whole other side of Krakow.
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