Things to do in Warsaw

Warsaw – capital of Poland and tourist hub of East-Central Europe

Warsaw is a very important city, both for its economic significance and contributions in the tourism industry of Poland. When you are on holiday in the city of Warsaw, you can catch a theater show, interact with the animals in the zoo, and experience an extraordinary and posh nightlife, all in one day.


Things to do in Warsaw

Warsaw is the capital of Poland and the largest city in the country. It is a major tourist destination in Europe and when you visit you’ll see that there are a lot of things to do in Warsaw – home to a number of grand palaces, sprawling gardens, and fine museums.


Warsaw Uprising Museum

One popular tourist spot in Warsaw is the Warsaw Uprising Museum, which is dedicated to the uprising of 1944 and a tribute to the great history of Poland.


Warsaw Zoo

Another holiday getaway in the city and a favorite destination among kids is the Warsaw Zoo. It is a 40-hectare land filled with animal attractions and tourist spots for kids of all ages.




Warsaw Great Theater & National Theater

If you want to experience a truly wonderful visit to the theatre, head to the Great Theater and National Theater. There are also at least 30 other smaller theaters throughout the city.


Warsaw Nightlife

For a night out in the city, be sure to visit one of Warsaw’s many nightlife hotspots, like its bars, restaurants, discos, and clubs.


When to go to Warsaw

The continental climate of Warsaw allows for warm to hot summers, sunny and crisp autumns, and cold to chilly winters. May to September is considered the peak season, with spring and autumn bringing pleasant weather and a plethora of beautiful colors to the city. July is the rainiest month while January and February are considered the coldest.


Warsaw Film Festival

Warsaw also hosts an annual film festival in October each year. During the festival, over 100 films are featured in cinemas like the Multikino, Kinoteka, and Kultura.


Things to do in Warsaw

Warsaw Facts

Population1 715 517
AirportOkecie, Poland (WAW)


Warsaw Opera House

Teatr Wielki

The Teatr Wielki (The Grand Theater) is a Neoclassical Opera House and theater complex located near the Ogrod Saski park in central Warsaw. It was founded in 1823, was victim of the Second World War battles and was completely rebuilt in 1965. It has since been home of the National Opera and Ballet of Poland. The repertoire consists of both classical and contemporary pieces by some of the most prominent national artists. Make sure to visit their website to see what is playing when you are there!

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites Warsaw - Historic Centre of Warsaw

After being almost entirely destroyed by the Germans to repress the Polish, Warsaw was rebuilt with the support of the whole nation. In addition, Warsaw is the city that hosted the adoption of the first democratic European Constitution, the 3rd of May 1791. Due to all the historic events it has gone through, the historic centre of Warsaw is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Warsaw Marathon

The Warsaw Marathon is an annual marathon event held in the month of April in the Polish capital city. The race was first established in 2012 and has since been a great running tradition. One of the most noteworthy things about the marathon is that it is one of the fastest runs in the world with finishing times usually ending up in range of world records. The race starts and finishes near the National Stadium, follows the Vistula River and the inner city of Warsaw. If running a marathon is too much of a daunting task, you will be pleased to know that there are also shorter distances, for instance the popular 10k race which annually attracts a lot of runners. No matter your fitness level, the Warsaw Marathon will be a great experience!

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Golf in Warsaw

Warsaw can indeed be a great place to go if you are looking for a nice golf vacation. Golf & Country Club First Warsaw is located near river Vistula, which makes an appearance on several of the 18 holes. It is a challenging course which requires a lot of strategy from players in order to avoid the many obstacles on the course. Another great course can be found at Sobienie Krolewskie Golf & Country Club. It is a beautiful, flat parkland course that offer a scenic experience as well as a well designed golfing experience.

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