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  • 36 Hours in Warsaw Poland

    What to do when you've got 36 hours to get to know a city

    • Jun 2016
  • Zachęta

    Art Gallery

    National Art Gallery. Current exhibition The Travellers (highly recommend to see). Thursdays – admission free. Open 12:00 - 8pm.

  • Ogród Botaniczny BUW

    Garden

    Warsaw University Library garden rooftop. Open everyday 8am - 8pm. Admission free.

  • Rynek Starego Miasta

    Plaza

    Warsaw’s Old Town is a vibrant place not only during the famous jazz festival Jazz na Starówce. Restaurants located in the Old Town offer great Polish cuisine.

  • Pawilony

    Beer Garden

    Vibrant place with lots of bars. Great spot for meeting local people. Worth visit in the late evening.

  • Zapiecek

    Polish

    Traditional Polish dumpling and pancake dishes in a rustic cottage-style setting with uniformed staff.

  • Cuda na Kiju

    Beer Bar

    15 taps of craft beer and delicious pizza. You must first make a reservation as the place is always crowded.

  • Bułkę przez Bibułkę

    Breakfast

    Great poached eggs for breakfast and coffee. During weekdays you can find here tasty soups. Everyday different taste.

  • Muzeum Narodowe

    Art Museum

    The National Museum in Warsaw comprises an extensive gallery of Polish painting since the 16th century and a collection of foreign paintings.

  • Safripsti

    Thrift / Vintage

    Shop with vinage clothes. Good quality clothing, reasonable prices.

  • Restauracja Polska Różana

    Polish

    “Rózana is a cosy, elegant, yet unpretentious place known for its choice of delicate and light meals from the traditional Polish cuisine.

  • Coctail Bar Max & Dom Whisky

    Cocktail

    The best coctail bar in town.

  • Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego / Warsaw Uprising Museum

    History Museum

    Museum dedicated to the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. Every Sunday free entrance.

  • POLIN Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich

    History Museum

    The museum features a multimedia narrative exhibition about the vibrant Jewish community that flourished in Poland for a thousand years up to the Holocaust

  • Łazienki Królewskie

    Park

    Park where you can feed the squirrels from your hand. Thursdays – admission free to Palace on the Isle.

  • Bazarek Na Kole

    Flea Market

    KOLO FLEA MARKET - open every Sunday from morning till afternoon.