Warsaw Film Festival is in the elite group of events recognized by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations FIAPF as international film festivals – next to Cannes, Berlin, Venice Locarno, or San Sebastian.
The program of the event includes attractions and surprises for children and adults: a theater show, carpentry workshops, open-air painting, handicraft stands, tasty regional products, a concert, and more. If you bring your electro-waste you will receive a pumpkin as a gift!
A collection of workshops (calligraphic, furniture renovation, henna painting, face yoga, ecstatic dance, floral composition, scrapbooking, creating toys for animals, weaving bracelets with macrame technique, making zero waste casings for plants, weaving autumn wreaths) and a several stands with jewelry, fashion, cosmetics, ceramics, design, books, and much more.
RUNBASE Warsaw is a unique space where the adidas Runners Warsaw community meets on a daily basis. The RUNBASE provides a wide range of free trainings and professional coaching. This is a place where everyone has the opportunity to try different forms of physical activity – from running trainings, strength, technique, speed to a general full-body workout. The sessions cater to a variety of levels enabling everyone to find something that suits them, all for free.
Every training is completely free and open to members of different levels, including beginners. RUNBASE Warsaw is equipped with changing rooms, cabinets, showers, a large exercise room, and a chill zone.
You’re guaranteed an excellent selection of Warsaw’s must-see sights! Enjoy a relaxed ride through famous Royal Route and the Old Town, get great shots of Warsaw panoramic views from the city beach at the Vistula River wild bank and feel the cool breeze as we ride through the wild riverbank. We won’t miss the National Stadium and the Palace of Culture and Science of course! Come and be wowed by Warsaw!
13) Make Pierogi (Traditional Polish Dumplings) from scratch
No trip to Poland is complete unless you try the famous Polish dumplings. Or, even better, learn how to make them yourself.
The name of this dish probably derives from the Polish verb “to drink”, making pierogi the ultimate choice for party food. The class ends with pierogi lunch or dinner, so we strongly advise you to come hungry.