See a different side of Europe’s major cities on these innovative walking tours that revel in art, history, food, drink – and even financial mismanagement
Instagram has fuelled our lust for instant travel photos, but this tour draws 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 makes its way through some of the city’s key sites: the Royal Castle, the Presidential Palace, the University of Warsaw Library and its roof gardens and the Świętokrzyski bridge. Led by a local guide – and also running in Vienna and Graz – the tour price includes camera loan and a pack of colour film from the Impossible Project: the company that took over Polaroid when it ceased production of instant film in 2008.
• €59, polawalk.com