WARSAWESOME: YOUR WARSAW WEEKEND GUIDE (February 03-04)
Here are some ideas for a nice weekend in Warsaw. You’ll learn more about the craft beer scene in Warsaw, watch international masterpieces on the big screen and hunt for vintage treasures. And also…
… make new friends and have a blast at the Epic Archery Battle!
This is our first OddUrbanThings event ever 🙂 Two teams are going to challenge each other with real bows and arrows in an adrenaline filled game!
I bet your concerns are:
- Lack of Knowledge
Safety. Although it may sound extreme, this game is actually super safe: the arrows have special foamy arrowheads and you will be provided with masks. It’s safe!
Lack of Knowledge. It’s very easy to shoot and we’ll give you basic training.
Weather. Come on, this isn’t even real winter! It will be chilly, but I guarantee that you’ll warm up quickly.
I don’t even know why I’m writing so much, there are only 4 tickets left.
I hope I see you there 🙂
When: Saturday 3rd from 13:00 to 15:00
Where: Fort Bema, Warsaw
Price: 49.99 PLN
2) Live Street art Painting, Beer, and Music
FULL MOON PARTY is an independent initiative to promote the Polish art. Once a month, FMP presents one of the leading Polish street artists, who creates a large-scale live performance in front of an audience. The intimate atmosphere of the event allows for conversation with the creator and good fun, supported by the best DJ’s.
Where: Antoniego Edwarda Odyńca 29, Warsaw
When: Saturday 03 from 18:00 to 22:00
3) Enjoy Van Gogh works on the Big Screen
This is a film from the series “EXHIBITION ON SCREEN: Great painting on the screen of Muranów cinema”.
Thanks to a full access to the collection of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, you can now enjoy the legendary works of van Gogh on a big screen, with the company of eminent experts and interpreters of his work.
The film will be in English with Polish subtitles.
Where: Kino Muranow, Warsaw
When: Sunday 04 from 13:00 to 16:00
Price: 27 PLN
4) Get a taste of Varsovian Craft Beer
The craft beer revolution took Warsaw by storm in the past couple of years. But who are the brewers?
One of our favorite microbrewery from Warsaw, Browar Palatum, is going to present their first creation of 2018: “Sauria”. Sauria is light, clearly sour, and thanks to the use of oatmeal, it has a creamy structure and wonderful foam.
There will be also other beers from Browar Palatum. If you like Belgians, try the “Illusio”.
Where: Craft Beer Muranów – Beer World – gen. W. Andersa 23, Warsaw
When: Friday 02 from 19:00 to 01:00
5) Learn about GMAT with NoBrainer
If you’re planning to apply for a master degree in Economics or similar degrees you’ll probably have to pass a GMAT exam (I had to go through that pain as well).
NoBrainer is organizing a free webinar explaining what you need to know before tackling the exam.
When: Saturday 03 from 19:00 to 20:30
6) Visit the Gallery of Polish Design
Discover the most interesting examples of contemporary Polish design at the Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie.
Where: Al. Jerozolimskie 3, Warsaw
When: Sunday 04 from 16:00 to 17:00
Price: 15 PLN
7) Hunt for vintage gems at The Vintage Cultural Fair
Clothes, shoes, jewelry, bags, design collected for you by the best Polish collectors.
There will be also a small plant “shelter”, so you can rescue unwanted plants and bring home a new piece to complement your interior design.
Where: Cafe Kulturalna – Plac Defilad 1, Warsaw
When: Saturday 03 from 12:00 to 17:00
On the same day, same hours, Kino Luna organizes the 11th edition of their Vintage day.
Do you want to check out the past editions of Warsawesome? Here are the past Weekend in Warsaw posts.