WARSAWESOME: YOUR WARSAW WEEKEND GUIDE 

JULY 3 – 5

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Warsaw is starting to organize anew its cultural and entertainment scene, so we recommend events in both the real and virtual world. If you decide to leave the house, remember to obey the rules of social distancing and put on masks where the regulations require it. Last but definitely not least, have fun and enjoy the blooming summer.

1) Feel the festival vibe – Lato na Pradze takes off

Probably the most interesting series of events this summer in Warsaw. From Wednesday to the end of the holiday, just go to Praga to remember how it was when we could still go to festivals. From Tuesday to Saturday, there is one concert a day at the Main Stage (this weekend’s performers are Włodi and Jan Serce). You can also chill in a drink bar with craft beers, a gastro area, and a relaxation area. The admission fee is 20 PLN and you can spend the whole amount at the bar. 

Opening hours:

Wednesday, Thursday – from 17:00 to 23:00

Friday – from 17:00 to 03:00

Saturday – from 13:00 to 03:00

Sunday – from 13:00 to 23:59

Where: ul. Swedish 2/4 Hall 10

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2) 4th of July in Lunapark

Celebrating the 4th of July has long gone beyond the US borders and this year Lunapark offers the most interesting Independence Day program in Warsaw. The rich entertainment agenda includes learning how to play American football with the Warsaw Eagles team, American cars exhibition, brass band march, or steak and burger cooking workshops. In addition, at the Mini Market you will be able to eat burgers, deep dish pizzas straight from Detroit, and of course, chicken wings.

When: Saturday, July 4, from 12:00

Where: Lunapark – Wał Miedzeszyński 407

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3) Outdoor cinemas strike it big time

The outdoor cinema season is at its best and at its peak. The choice this weekend is very wide and everyone should be able to find something interesting.

Friday, July 3

 

“The Iron Lady” at 21:00

Where: Dom Kultury “Świt” – ul. Wysockiego 11

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“Sara” at 21:00

Where: Park Wiecha – ul. Kołowa 20

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“Rio, I Love You” at 21:00

Where: Chono Lulu – ul. Mińska 25

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Saturday, July 4

 

“3100: Run and Become” at 19:30

Where: Elektrownia Powiśle – ul. Dobra 42

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“Shall We Dance” at 20:00

Where: Drukarnia- ul. Mińska 65

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“Mamma Mia” at 20:00

Where: Nutka Cafe – ul. Obozowa 82a

“Dear John” at 21:00

Where: Trynopolski Square (ul. Wierna)

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“Bastille Day” at 21:00

Where: Bródnowski Park

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“Najlepszy” at 21:45

Where: ul. Cietrzewia 22a

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Sunday, July 5

 

“Police Academy” at 20:00

Where: Nutka Cafe – ul. Obozowa 82a

“La Grande Bellezza” at 21:00

Where: Dom Kultury “Zacisze” – ul. Blokowa 1

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4) Honey harvesting in Bielany

We wholeheartedly support beekeeping initiatives in Warsaw, which is why we recommend Saturday honey harvesting in Bielany. Together with an experienced beekeeper, you will enter the apiary, collect frames from hives, and make your own honey. A great initiative and there will certainly be many people interested, so it’s worth signing up as soon as possible at phone number 22 443 47 59 or at https://www.strefazajec.pl/course/view/id/20276.

When: Saturday, July 4, at 11:00 and 12:00

Where: ul. Estrady 112

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5) Free cruises on the Vistula

Cruises on the Vistula have the potential to become a hit this summer in Warsaw. The river really returns to the city and the city gladly comes to it. It’s so cool that it can be done free of charge.

This and the next weekend you can sign up for a kayak trip from Czerniakowski Port to Młociny. Make reservations by calling 606 225 863. You can only register in pairs. More info

On Saturday and Sunday between 10:00 and 18:00, you will also catch free guided cruises from Plaża Romantyczna in Wawer. More info

Until the end of August, a catamaran called Kurka Wodna invites you for free scenic cruises on the Vistula. Cruises start at the Młociny Marina every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 18:00, and on Saturdays and Sundays at 10:00 and 11:15. Telephone registration required at 782 241 399 or email to [email protected]

6) Eco shopping at Tor Wyścigów Konnych Służewiec

Every Friday until mid-October producers of certified organic food from all over Poland come to Służewiec Horse Racing Track. This is a great opportunity to buy bread, meats, fish, and cheese. All products will be bought there directly from producers, which guarantees freshness and, importantly, a good price.

However, if Friday turns out to be an inappropriate date, on Sunday, there will be the Healthy Food Fair next to Metro Imielin. More info

When: Friday, July 3, from 14:00 to 18:00

Where: Tor Wyścigów Konnych Służewiec – ul. Puławska 266

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7) Jazz in the Old Town, classical music in Morskie Oko, and Chopin in Łazienki (but online)

Warsaw summer sounds with jazz. This Saturday at 19:30, Piotr Schmidt Quartet and Wojciech Niedziela will pay tribute to Tomasz Stańko as part of the Jazz in the Old Town Festival. Next concerts every week at the Old Town Square. ( More info )

However, if classical music relaxes you more than jazz, it is worth going to the Morskie Oko park for Promenade Concerts organized every Sunday at 12:00. This week, Warsaw Camerata will present works of composers such as Edward Elgar, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Maciej Radziwiłł. ( More info )

And if you miss Chopin concerts in Łazienki, the only chance to quench that thirst in July will present itself this Sunday at 12:00 on the occasion of online broadcast at http://koncerty-chopinowskie.pl/ . If you are in a park then, the sounds of the piano will come from over 100 discreetly located speakers.

8) The classics of Warsaw’s automotive industry at Koneser

A must-go for automotive fans and more. In Koneser, you will be able to see cars produced in Warsaw before World War II. You can also take part in a rally around Praga in the footsteps of the pre-war automotive industry.

When: Saturday, July 4, from 11:00

Where: Centrum Praskie Koneser

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9) Discover the history of Bródno on a three-dimensional reconstruction

3D reconstruction of the oldest medieval settlement in the capital will premiere on Saturday. A very ambitious project introducing the history of the district and the city. It is worth going to the show, but if you can’t make it, on Sunday the movie will be made available on the Internet.

When: Saturday, July 4, at 21:00

Where: Park Bródnowski, an open-air cinema

10) Weekend yoga outside – and it should be sunny!

A bit of health and energy for the body in the morning makes you feel good all weekend. You can stretch in the air under the watchful eye of yoga instructors in several locations. The natural movement training on the grass organized in Praski Park on Saturday, July 4, at 12:00 can be an attractive alternative to yoga ( FB event ).

Żoliborz

When: Saturday, July 4, 9:00

Where: Targ Śniadaniowy – al. Wojska Polskiego 4

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Ursynów

When: Saturday and Sunday, July 4 and 5, 10:00

Where: Przy Bażantarni Park

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Saska Kępa

When: Saturday, July 4, 13:00

Where: Lunapark – Wał Miedzeszyński 407

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Żoliborz

When: Sunday, July 5, 9:00 and 10:00

Where: Prochownia – Czarnieckiego 51

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Mokotów

When: Sunday, July 5, 11:00

Where: Pole Mokotowskie, next to Lolek Pub

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11) What did veg-Varsovian eat in the 18th century?

The Royal Łazienki invite you to another culinary workshop organized to bring closer the dishes on the tables of the court of King Stanisław August Poniatowski. This week, the hit for vegetarians-Sarmatians, an Italian salad according to the recipe of Paul Tremo – the first chef in Europe.

When: Saturday, July 4, at 11:00

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12) Warsaw Cocktail Workshop

Check what Polish vodkas and liqueurs can do if you turn them into cool cocktails! Under the watchful eye of the top bartenders in the city, you will unveil the secrets of drinks from the best Warsaw bars.

When: from Sunday to Tuesday

Where: top cocktail bar in Centrum

Price: 119zł/person

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