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Chopin’s Opera – Fryderyk at the National Theater

The temporary exhibition is devoted to the composer’s extraordinary passion  – opera. The exhibition touches upon an uncommonly interesting subject concerning the life and work of Fryderyk Chopin – his passion for opera and, in particular, the beautiful and virtuosic bel canto singing that accompanied the composer throughout his lifetime. He attended the theater almost daily, and in his letters, one can read numerous descriptions of opera performances, as well as the vocal skills of the artists. The young Fryderyk will become our guide in a tour of the opera world.

At the exhibition, visitors have the opportunity to view, among other items, an original manuscript by Fryderyk Chopin, inspired by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni, along with many other wonderful operatic treats, including stage designs and theatrical props, as well as costumes from Poland’s greatest collections.

The exhibition is accompanied by extensive educational offerings.

Closing date: exhibition will last to 25 June 2017
Opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday from 11:00am to 8:00 pm
Fryderyk Chopin Museum at The Fryderyk Chopin Institute, 1 Okólnik st.
Ticket price: Admission to the exhibition is included in the Museum ticket price; on Sunday, admission is free of charge

More information: en.chopin.nifc.pl

 The “Heavens Of Copernicus” planetarium

The Copernicus Science Centre located at 20 Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie St. invites all young space explorers to the “Heavens Of Copernicus” planetarium. In the planetarium you can not only see the stars but also watch great movies in 2D and 3D technology and listen to special concerts.

Information regarding opening hours and tickets can be found at en.niebokopernika.pl

PGE Narodowy – Visiting the Stadium

The National Stadium is open to everyone 7 days a week. Now everyone will have a chance to feel like a sports fan by checking the amazing acoustics of the stadium and even see the locker room where Cristiano Ronaldo or Robert Lewandowski prepared for European Cup games.
Location: 1 Ks. J. Poniatowskiego Av.

More information: pgenarodowy.pl

Vistula Warsaw – more attractions on the riverside!

Vistula Boulevard is a great place where people can meet and participate in variety of activities such outdoor movie screenings in the summer or cross-country skiing in the winter.

For more information, visit wislawarszawa.pl or facebook.com/wislawawa
Photo: By Adran Grycuk – Praca własna, CC BY-SA 3.0 pl, wikipedia.org

Free in Warsaw

 Little Chopin Academy – Music workshops for children

Every Saturday from June 25th till July 23th, from 11:30 to 12:30
Location: Bohdana Wodiczko square, Tamka
Entrance free

More information: pl.chopin.nifc.pl

Captain Warsaw invites you for the urban game in Białołęka District

Date: June 18th, 12:40 pm
Location: Park Henrykowski
Entrance free

 More information and registration: zwalcznude.eu

Kids Circus Workshops

The workshop give children the chance to explore and enjoy circus skills first hand.

Date: Every Sunday, from 12:00 to 2:00 pm
Location: Dzika Strona Wisły,  plac Hallera 5/8
Free entrance

More information: facebook.com

The Vistula River Mazurkas

Date: June 18th, 12:00 am
Location: Muzeum nad Wisłą, 22 Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie Street
Entrance free

More information: facebook.com

Board Games meetings

Board games are a great way to spend quality time with new and old friends. It is fun and keeps your mind flexible and active.

Information about upcoming meetings here: fanigier.net


Look: there’s the Earth! – Exhibition in planetarium

This unique exhibition in the “Heavens Of Copernicus” planetarium allows visitors to feel like real astronauts. Everyone can take part in a virtual rocket launch, try on an astronaut suit, see the view from a space station, or examine satellite photos to learn more about the satellites circling the Earth.

Source: kopernik.org.pl

Warsaw Old Town

The Warsaw Old Town is the oldest part of the capital city. Because of its beauty and the large number of attractions, the Old Town is the most important tourist destination in Warsaw. The attractions include the Royal Castle, the Church of St. Martin, the Barbican and the defensive walls, to name a few. Many cultural and children’s events are organized in the Old Town throughout year. Check out our ‘This week in Warsaw’ tab to find out about the current week.

Old Town
More information: warsawtour.pl/en
Photo: Dennis Jarvis / flickr.com / CC BY-SA 2.0

DREPTAKI School Travel Club 

Dreptaki, a school travel club, invites children of all ages to learn more about Warsaw’s history. The club organizes walks along the Vistula River, giving children the opportunity to learn more about Praga and prominent Warsavian leaders in history. To participate, please sign up through the link below. All activities through

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The Copernicus Science Centre

The Copernicus Science Centre contains over 450 interactive exhibits which can be fun for both children and adults. The Centre is the one of the largest and the most advanced institutions of its type in Europe. The Center allows visitors to carry out experiments and discover the laws of science for themselves.

Location: 20 Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie St.
Tickets: Standard admission – PLN 27, Concessions – PLN 18

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPhoto: Alina Zienowicz/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY 3.0

Observation tower in Old Town

St. Anna’s church bell tower on Krakowskie Przedmieście gives a unique opportunity to see a panorama of Warsaw from another perspective. On a clear day you can see many distant places in Warsaw. Tickets: standard admission – PLN 5, concessions – PLN 4

Source: taraswidokowy.pl Photo: Paul Kowalow/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY-SA 3.0

The Fryderyk Chopin Museum

The Fryderyk Chopin Museum is one of the most modern museums in Poland. The mission of the Museum is to collect and transfer knowledge as well as to deliver a high quality artistic experience. The Museum covers the history and works of the composer, his original manuscripts, documents and letters, as well as photographs and sculptures of him. Visitors can also listen to piano recitals performed by Chopin Competition winners.

The Fryderyk Chopin Museum is located at 1 Okólnik St.

Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday: from 11 am to 8 pm
Monday: closed

Tickets: Standard admission – PLN 22, Concessions – PLN 13

On Sundays– free admission

Chopin_Museum_in_Warsaw_03More information:  chopin.museum/en
Photo: Adrian Grycuk/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY-SA 3.0 pl

Music / Theater / Cinema

The Warsaw Philharmonic

The Warsaw Philharmonic at 5 Jasna St. is one of the oldest musical institutions in Europe. Today it’s made up of 112 top-ranking musicians and 100 choral singers. The Warsaw Philharmonic gives dozens of concerts, recitals and chamber music evenings each season at which the most eminent artists perform. Youth concerts are regularly organized, as well as concerts for children.

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Source: filharmonia.pl Photo: Badag”nani/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY-SA 3.0

Starry Night Concerts

The Heavens of Copernicus Planetarium invites music and astronomy lovers for special classical music concerts where you can listen to pieces of F. Chopin, J. S. Bach, L. van Beethoven and many more great composers. Concerts are enhanced with visualizations on the planetarium dome. Starry Night Concerts are hold every Friday at 7.00 pm. The Heavens of Copernicus Planetarium is located in The Copernicus Science Centre Building at 20 Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie St. Price of one ticket: 25 PLN

Muzyka pod gwiazdami
Source: kopernik.org.pl/en

The Theatre of the Little Spectator

The wonderfully magical theatre integrates the auditorium with the stage so children take part in every show. The imaginative children’s repertoire includes unique, interactive music and dance performances and concerts. The Theatre is located at 4 Jezuicka St in Śródmieście.

Source: teatrmalegowidza.pl/en

The Carnival of the Animals by Camille Saint-Saëns

For children 4 and older
Feebruary 11th
Show Length: 50 min
Location: The Doll Theater, 1 Defilad squere
Cost of one ticket: 35 PLN

More information: facebook.com i teatrlalka.waw.pl


The Fryderyk Chopin Museum

The Fryderyk Chopin Museum is one of the most modern museums in Poland. The mission of the Museum is to collect and transfer knowledge as well as to deliver a high quality artistic experience. The Museum covers the history and works of the composer, his original manuscripts, documents and letters, as well as photographs and sculptures of him. Visitors can also listen to piano recitals performed by Chopin Competition winners.

Location:  1 Okólnik St.
Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday: from 11 am to 8 pm
Monday: closed
Tickets: Standard admission – PLN 22, Concessions – PLN 13

On Sundays– free admission

Chopin_Museum_in_Warsaw_03More information:  chopin.museum/en
Photo: Adrian Grycuk/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY-SA 3.0 pl

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

The POLIN Museum is the first and only museum dedicated to restoring the memory of the civilization created by Polish Jews in the course of a millennium. The core exhibition is divided into seven historical periods beginning in the tenth century, coming forward to the present, and opening out to the future. Historical galleries are introduced by an artistic installation: a poetic forest. As an educational and cultural institution, the museum is dedicated to stimulating dialogue in the spirit of mutual understanding and respect.

The Museum also organizes many cultural and educational events for children. Check out our ‘This week in Warsaw’ tab to find out about the current week’s offerings.

The POLIN Museum is located at 6 Mordechai Anielewicz St.

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The National Museum

The National Museum in Warsaw is one of the oldest art museums in Poland. The Museum boasts a rich collection numbering around 830,000 works of art from Poland and abroad, dating from ancient times to the present. Moreover the Museum boasts Europe’s largest collection of Nubian Christian art and the largest collection of Chinese art in Poland. The National Museum is located at 3 Jerozolimskie Avenue. Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday: from 10 am to 6 pm Thursday: from 10 am to 9 pm Monday: closed Tickets: Standard admission – PLN 15, Concessions – PLN 10 On Tuesdays– free admission More information: mnw.art.pl/en

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The Poster Museum at Wilanów

The Museum is the oldest institution of its kind in the world. At present, the museum’s collection contains over 54 000 exhibits from around the world, both historical and contemporary works by, among others, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol. The Poster Museum is also the organizer of the International Poster Biennale, which is the world’s first biennale devoted to a poster art.

The Poster Museum is located at 10/16 Kostka Potocki St.

Opening hours: Thursday: from 12 to 4 pm Tuesday-Sunday: from 10 am to 4 pm Monday: closed

Tickets: Standard admission – PLN 11, Concessions – PLN 8 On Mondays – free admission

Source: postermuseum.pl

The Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature

The Museum collection includes numerous manuscripts and historical artefacts connected with leading Polish writers, such as the original manuscript of “Grażyna” by Adam Mickiewicz, and the world’s largest collection of works of art by Bruno Schulz. The museum’s collection is also full of memorabilia of famous writers, including private pictures and sound recordings. The collection includes a recording of Stefan Żeromski.

The Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature is located at 20 Old Town Square.

Opening hours: Monday | Tuesday | Friday: from 10 am to 4 pm Wednesday | Thursday: from 11 am to 6 pm Sunday: from 11 am to 5 pm Saturday: closed

Tickets: Standard admission – PLN 6, Concessions – PLN 5

Price for students under 26: 1 PLN

adam mickiewicz
Source: muzeumliteratury.pl

National Archaeological Museum

The National Archaeological Museum in Warsaw, a repository of amazing artifacts found on Polish soil, is a great place for history lovers. The permanent exhibitions include The Prehistory of Polish Lands, Biskupin, The Alphabet of Romanesque Architecture and The ABC of Gothic Architecture. Ticket price: 10 PLN

Ticket price for children under 18: 5 PLN

For more information, visit pma.pl
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The Royal Łazienki Museum

The Łazienki park-and-palace complex is one of the most beautiful places in Europe. The complex boasts a large park, as well as, numerous historic buildings and monuments, including the Palace on the Isle, the Myślewicki Palace, the Amphitheater and the Chopin Statue. It’s a great place for the walk and many cultural and scientific events takes place here throughout year. On summer weekends, free piano concerts are held in Łazienki Park. The complex is located at 1 Agrykoli St.

Tuesday – free entry to permanent exhibitions.

More information regarding opening hours and tickets can be found at

The Warsaw Uprising Museum

The Museum is a tribute to Warsaw residents who fought and died during the Warsaw Uprising in 1944. The exhibition depicts fighting and everyday life during the uprising and the post-war years of insurgency. The Museum boasts a collection numbering 800 exhibition items and around 1500 photographs, films and sound recordings. The second part of the permanent exhibition, presents the story of the Germans and their allies, showing their actions in Warsaw. From the museum tower you can see a view of Freedom Park and the city of Warsaw.

The Warsaw Uprising Museum is located at 79 Grzybowska St.

Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: from 8 am to 6 pm Thursday: from 8 am to 8 pm Saturday – Sunday: from 10 am to 6 pm Tuesday: closed

Tickets: Standard admission – PLN 18, Concessions – PLN 14

On Sundays– free admission

Source  1944.pl
Photo: Adrian Grycuk/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY-SA 3.0 pl

 The National Museum of Ethnography

The museum has collections that cover Polish, European and non-European folk culture, including, among others, exhibits on countries in Africa, Australia and Oceania, Latin and South America. The museum has a permanent exhibition, a library, a photographic and film records studio and a central repository for the museum’s collections. In January 2013, the museum opened a children’s ethnographic museum within its walls and many children’s events are held here throughout year. Check out our ‘This week in Warsaw’ tab to find out about the current week. The National Museum of Ethnography is located at 1 Kredytowa St. Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday: from 9 am to 5 pm Saturday: from 10 am to 6 pm Sunday: from 12 pm to 5 pm Monday: closed Tickets: Standard admission – PLN 12, Concessions – PLN 6 On Saturdays– free admission

Source:  ethnomuseum.pl
Photo: Nova/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY-SA 3.0 pl

The Museum of Sport and Tourism

This Museum is the perfect place for sports lovers of all ages. Its collection has more than 45,000 exhibits, mainly related to Polish sports. The Museum is located in The Olympic Centre Building at 4 Wybrzeże Gdyńskie St. The elevator shaft is in the shape of the Olympic torch while the roof’s design looks like a stadium.

Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday: from 9 am to 5 pm Saturday – Sunday: from 10 am to 5 pm Monday: closed

Tickets: Standard admission – PLN 12, Concessions – PLN 8 On Saturdays– free admission

More information: muzeumsportu.waw.pl

Photo: Cezary Piwowarski/ wikipedia.org/ GFDL

The Centre of Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle

The Centre is a new type of cultural institution which creates, presents and documents Polish and foreign contemporary art. The center shows that various fields of art coexist with each other, interact, and transgress their own boundaries. The Centre draws particular attention to the relationship between art and society. Many exhibitions, concerts, film screenings, visual theater shows, creative workshops and other artistic events are organized in the Centre throughout year.

The Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle is located at 2 Jazdów St.

Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday: from 12 pm to 7 pm Thursday: from 12 pm to 9 pm Monday: closed

Tickets: Standard admission – PLN 12, Concessions – PLN 6 On Thursdays– free admission

 More information:  csw.art.pl

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The Palace of Culture and Science

The Palace of Culture and Science was built between 1952 and 1955 as a gift from the Soviet Union to the people of Poland. The Palace is home to council chambers, cinema, theaters, exhibitions, concerts and a swimming pool.

The Palace is the tallest building in Poland and from the observation deck on the XXXth floor you can enjoy beautiful views of Warsaw. It’s well worth the elevator ride!

For more information regarding tickets and opening hours, visit pkin.pl

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The Eryk Lipiński Museum of Caricature

It is the only museum of this kind in Poland. The collection is home to more than 20 000 works of Polish and foreign artists, including historical drawings by Honoré Daumier and William Hogarthand and works of contemporary artists, including Sławomir Mrożek, Andrzej Mleczko, or Marek Raczkowski. The museum also organizes many international cultural events. Check out our ‘This week in Warsaw’ tab to find out about the current week.

The Eryk Lipiński Museum of Caricature is located at 11 Kozia St.

Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday: from 10 am to 6 pm Monday: closed

Tickets: Standard admission – PLN 7, Concessions – PLN 4 On Tuesdays – free admission

muzeum karykatury
Source: muzeumkarykatury.pl


Ropes Park Warszawa

An outdoor adventure park for kids and adults alike. The Ropes Park at 1 Wybrzeże Helskie St. offers 3 courses of varying difficulty, as well as, professional assistance and equipment. Information regarding opening hours and tickets can be found at parklinowywarszawa.pl


Park Szczęśliwicki

In Park Szczęśliwicki you can find ski slope that is available all year round. You can also find here a volleyball court, tennis courts, playgrounds, ponds and an outdoor gym. Glinianka_Szczęśliwicka_kanał
Photo: Piotr Panek/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY 3.0

The Powsin Culture Park

A sports and recreation complex for active weekend enthusiasts. The complex hosts fields for team sports, tracks for mini golf, ping pong tables, an outdoor pool and a children’s pool. The sports equipment and facilities are available for rental. Many cultural, sports and recreational events are organized in the park throughout year. Check out our ‘This week in Warsaw’ tab to find out about the current week. The Powsin Culture Park is located at 1 Maślaków St.

More information: parkpowsin.pl

Photo: Wistula/Wikipedia/CC BY-SA 3.0

Park Dolinka Służewiecka

This beautiful park is located along the Służewiecki stream, which flows through Mokotów, Ursynów and Wilanów districts. The park is a good place to relax, as well as, engage in sports, such as running or Nordic walking.

Source: zielona.um.warszawa.pl

Park Moczydło

Park Moczydło, located in the Wola district, was created in the 1960s by the local residents. The space is reminiscent of an English landscape garden interspersed with beautiful ponds. The park features lots of attractions for sports fans, like bike paths, sports fields, a tennis court and a hill for sledding.

Photo: Jdec/Wikipedia/Public domain

Park Wilanów

Park Wilanów is an integral part of the beautiful palace and garden complex in Wilanów. The gardens represent a number of styles: a two-level Baroque garden, a neo-Renaissance rose garden, an English landscape park and an English-Chinese landscape park. A notable aspect of the park is its natural lake and stream and its man-made pond dating back to King Jan III’s days.

Photo: Marek i Ewa Wojciechowscy/Wikipedia/CC BY-SA 3.0

The Stefan Starzyński Kabaty Woods Nature Reserve

The Kabaty Woods is the largest nature reserve in the Mazowsze region and home to very diverse and interesting fauna and flora. Among the points of interest are the historic forester lodge built in 1890. On the southeast of the Woods, there are two popular attractions: a culture park, and the Botanical Garden of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The Kabaty Woods is located near the Kabaty metro station, between two major arteries, Puławska and Łukasz Drewny Streets.

Photo: Jarosław Pocztarski/Wikipedia/CC BY 2.0

Park Pole Mokotowskie

Pole Mokotowskie, one of the largest parks in Warsaw, is located at the intersection of three Warsaw districts: Mokotów, Ochota and Śródmieście. The vast areas of the park makes it possible to engage in all kinds of sports and activities. Lolek is an affordable, kid friendly restaurant located in the park with lots of outdoor seating for sunny days. Moreover, many organizations hold children’s events in the par throughout year. Check out our ‘This week in Warsaw’ tab to find out about current week.

Photo: Jolanta Dyr/Wikipedia/CC BY-SA 3.0

Krasiński garden

The garden is located in the Muranów district. Impressive Krasicki Palace is surrounded by beautiful ponds, a fountain and two modern playgrounds.

Photo: Robert Wielgórski/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY 3.0

Garden on the roof of the Warsaw University Library

With one of the most breathtaking panorama’s of Warsaw, The Univeristy garden provides more than just great place to relax.

More information: buw.uw.edu.pl/en

Photo: Marek Rykiel/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY-SA 3.0

Fort Bema 

If you are looking for a place to practice many sports and spend time in a friendly environment – Fort Bema it is an ideal proposition.  Historic buildings and forest stands have been preserved until today.

Photo: Jakub Góral/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY 2.5

Park Fosa and Stoki Cytadeli

The park is located around the walls of the Warsaw Citadel, in place where was moat. Around park you will find many historical landmarks.

fosa i stoki
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Park Praski

Park Praski is the oldest park in Warsaw. The park is next to the zoo and at one end of the park you can see the brown bears for free.

Photo: Tadeusz Rudzki/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY-SA 3.0

Park Skaryszewski

Park Skaryszewski it’s a huge green space with ponds, charming bridges and a waterfall. In the park you can rent paddle boats or canoes.

Photo: Alina Zienowicz/ wikipedia.org/ CC BY-SA 3.0

Warsaw Zoo

The Zoo is fun for people of all ages.

More information: zoo.waw.pl słonie_zoo
Photo: Kasia Simczuk/ flickr.com / CC BY-SA 2.0

What to eat

The “Kura Domowa” Cafe and Restaurant

A great place for both adults and children. The restaurant serves modern Polish food and has a large collection of teas, coffees and desserts. They also have a healthy children’s menu and a play corner. The “Kura domowa” Cafe and Restaurant is located at 81/3 Zwoleńska St. in Wawer.

The restaurant is open daily from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm.

For more information, visit: kuradomowa.net

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The Makroklimat bistro & cafe

The restaurant offers a different menu every season. The chefs draw inspiration primarily from Mediterranean cuisines. Board games and a children’s play corner are available for customers . The restaurant is located at 15 Jugosłowiańska St. in Praga Południe.

Opening hours: Monday: from 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm Tuesday – Friday: from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm Saturday-Sunday: 9:00 am to 10:00 pm

For more information, visit: makroklimat.wordpress.com

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The Bel Paese Restaurant

The place for the Italian cuisine lovers. They offer nice Tuscan-inspired dishes, including pastas, salads, pizza, as well as, delicious desserts. A special children’s zone and unique atmosphere are big advantages of this restaurant. The restaurant is located at 32 Sarmacka St in Wilanów.

Opening hours: Monday – Friday: from 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm Saturday – Sunday: from 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm

For more information, visit: belpaese.pl

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The Ciepło Zimno Bistro & Bar

A friendly restaurant, where all the dishes are freshly prepared. They have a special children’s menu and a play corner. Ciepło Zimno Bistro & Bar is located at 49 KEN Avenue in Ursynów. The restaurant is open 12:00-10:00 pm daily.

For more information, visit: cieplozimnobistro.pl

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The Warsaw’s first cat cafe „Miau Café”

Enjoy a cup of hot chocolate in the company of sweetly purring cats! The friendly feline hosts are fun to watch and love to play and be petted. It’s  a great conversation starter and a unique experience for all cat lovers. The „Miau Café” is located at 14 Zawiszy St in Wola.

For more information, visit: miaucafe.pl or facebook.com/miaucafe

Source: facebook.com/miaucafe

The Lemonka Cafe

The Lemonka Cafe is a great place to enjoy a relaxed, kid-friendly meal. Their interactive kids’ area provides toys, books and fun quizzes. From time to time, they offer creative workshops or theatre shows for children. We ,ist the current ones on our ‘This week in Warsaw’ tab. The restaurant is located at 5b Gwiaździsta St in Żoliborz.

For more information, visit: kawiarnialemonka.pl or facebook.com/kawiarniaLemonka

Source: kawiarnialemonka.pl 

Targ Śniadaniowy 

Every weekend, you can try many regional specialties from different parts of Poland, various types of exotic food, or choose something else from a wide variety of original recipes prepared by true enthusiasts.

More information:  targsniadaniowy.pl/en

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 Sklep z goframi 

In Waffles Shop you can eat sweet and salty waffles. There are prepared from different kinds of dough, among others: wholegrain, wheat, potato, cocoa, or gluten-free.

More information: yelp.com

Source: sklepzgoframi.pl


A new restaurant specialising in all vegan burgers. It recently won an award for the best burgers in Warsaw.

More information: krowarzywa.pl/en

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Niezłe ziółko  

Interesting decor and great food! A nice variety of international cuisine and pastries.

More information: foursquare.com or facebook.com/niezleziolko.warszawa

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Open-air playground at Odyńca

Playground at Park Przy Bażantarni

Address: 6 Odyńca Street Address: Park Przy Bażantarni, KEN Avenue corner

Playground at Plac Wilsona

Playground at Kępa Potocka

Address: Park Żeromski, Plac Wilsona Address: Kępa Potocka, Bielany

Playground Olkówek

Playground at Barcelońska

Address: Wiolinowa Street Address: 9 Barcelońska Street

Playground at Fort Bema

Playground at Park Nad Balatonem

Address: Fort Bema, Bemowo Address: 7 Generała Romana Abrahama Street