Summer in Warsaw has its charm and it is never boring! Especially since we can choose from many attractions. Be sure to check them out and share your impressions with us.
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WARSAW’S SUMMER ATTRACTIONS – 7 recommendations
1. COLOUR FOUNTAIN SHOWS at Podzamcze
On Friday and Saturday evenings at 9.30pm (in July) and 9pm (in August) there are 30-minute “water-light-sound” multimedia shows with the use of LED floodlights and lasers. Each season, a new show is presented in the form of an animated story. It is the perfect place to take Instagram photos in beautiful summer scenery!
Where: Skwer 1 Dywizji Pancernej WP, 00-221 Warsaw
2. LEGIA WARSAW MUSEUM
Sports fans can enjoy many exhibits related to Polish sports successes and the most famous coaches: the legendaryKazimierz Deyna and Kazimierz Górski and learn about the team history.
Admission: free (Saturday, Sunday – closed, Mon-Fri: 9am – 6pm)
Where: Łazienkowska 3, 00-449 Warsaw
3. VIEW OF WARSAW from the 30th floor of the Palace of Culture and Science
There is a Viewing Terrace on the 30th floor of the Palace of Culture and Science. At 114 m you can see the panoramic view of Warsaw. The elevator ride to the Terrace takes only 19 seconds. On the 30th floor there is also a café called ‘Gwiazdy bliżej Gwiazd’ (‘Stars closer to Stars’)
Admission: 25 PLN
Where: Plac Defilad
4. KAMPINOSKA FOREST, KABACKI FOREST
At the two ends of the M1 metro line, nature is especially spectacular. Puszcza Kampinoska (Kampinoska Forest) and Las Kabacki (Kabacki Forest) are one of the most charming places, where there are walking, running, and cycling routes for the whole family. If you are lucky, you can find elk, roe deer, and wild boar here.
Where: Kampinos Forest – Młociny metro station, Kabacki Forest – Matro Kabaty
5. MILK BAR – Bar Gdański
Bar Gdański – one of the most iconic milk bars in the capital, the history of which dates back to the 1950s. Although the interior of the canteen has been renovated, many old elements have survived: historic floors and mosaics, which give the interior a charming reminiscent atmosphere. The Gdański Bar serves traditional soups, main courses (fish, vegetarian, and meat) and drinks.
Lunch: from 13.13 PLN
Where: ul. Generała Władysława Andersa 33
6. THE FRYDERYK CHOPIN MUSEUM
This is a unique museum not only for music lovers. Thanks to multimedia installations, you will get acquainted with the music of Fryderyk Chopin and learn about the stages of the life and work of this outstanding Pole.
In front of the museum you will find a fountain with the Golden Duck – the heroine of one of Warsaw’s legends.
Admission: 23 PLN
Where: ul. Okólnik 1
7. REST BY THE VISTULA RIVER
The Vistula (Wisła) is the last remaining large wild river in Europe. On the right bank of the river (on the Praga side) you will find beautiful natural beaches for sunbathing, sports, and fun. From here you can see perfectly the panorama of the Old Town. The opposite, left bank of the Vistula River is a place for meetings and spending time together. Here, on the picturesque Vistula boulevards, you can relax in cafes and restaurants, or walk or ride a bike.
Where: both banks of the Vistula