APRIL 2 – 5


Easter is a time to spend outdoors. As there are no events due to the lockdown, you can still enjoy a walk (it’s supposed to be rather sunny). To find the best places to go, consult our list of 35 AMAZING THINGS TO DO IN WARSAW IN 2021. Should you still find yourself in want of an online event, we’ve prepared a list of the most worthy ones. Moreover, this weekend is one day longer than usual, so we’ve cooked up a special Monday delicacy. Enjoy!

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1) LAST CALL: Beethoven’s Festival and other classic masterpieces

Ludwig van Beethoven’s Easter Festival is a delicacy for the enthusiasts of classical music.  The playlist will include mostly Beethoven, but we will also hear Penderecki’s, Haydn’s, and Rachmaninov’s compositions broadcast live from the philharmonics in Wrocław, Poznań, or Katowice

when: finishes on Friday, April 2, from 19:30

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If you are more of a Verdi person, Podlaska Philharmonica will stream the concert that inaugurated Verdi’s Year in 2013. Their rendition of “Requiem” is a true multimedia masterpiece worth your attention.

when: Friday, April 2, from 19:00


Those seeking an Easter-themed rarity will delight in Giovanni Battista Pergolesi’s “Stabat Mater” by Polish Royal Opera.

when: Friday, April 2, from 19:00


2) LAST CALL: Pretty Things Market

The online edition of a festival on which you’ll find the top representatives of Polish design. Finishes on Friday, April 2.

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3) BLOOMING – exhibition at florists and plant-adoption

Since art galleries and museums are closed, artists found a new way to exhibit their works. Florist shops are becoming their venues. The idea is that on a spring weekend walk you drop by a florist’s, marvel at the art, and adopt a plant. We call it a classic two-birds-with-one-stone kind of situation.

when: finishes next Sunday, April 11

where: various florist shops, full list in the FB event

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4) Hetman – the exhibition

If you are on a walk near Krakowskie Przedmieście don’t miss out on the outdoor exhibition titled “Hetman” narrating the biography of Stanisław Żółkiewski – the first European military commander who conquered Moscow.

when: until next Thursday, April 8

where: Galeria Kordegarda – ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 15/17

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MONDAY SPECIAL: Miuosh – live stream

If you ever listen to Polish music, you must have heard Miuosh. He is a bestselling recording artist balancing between hip-hop, pop, and rock. In this online special he will partner up with 7 female singers to draw us into the realm of his fascination with women and relationships. Strictly recommended, especially that during the concert you will be able to donate Polish Humanitarian Action.

when: Monday, April 5, from 20:00

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For more ideas for spending time with increased social distancing, see WHAT TO DO AT HOME: THE 18 BEST IDEAS FOR BOREDOM DURING A PANDEMIC.

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