What’s up Warsaw? MONDAY, 1 July 2013

#MUSEUMS Warsaw Rising Museum The 1944 Uprising in Warsaw was one of the biggest battles of resistance against the Nazi in Europe during WWII and brought almost complete destruction of the city. The Museum tells the story of tragic events of August and Spetember 1944 in a multimedia-based way. It’s an enthralling journey through the […]

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What’s up Warsaw?SUNDAY 30 June 2013

#SPECIAL EVENT Orange Umbrella Free Tour- Fallen Angels You may find this month’ special Edition of the Orange Umbrella Free Tour a bit surprising as we’ve decided to invite you for a walk in a … cemetery!!! Powązki – which is the place we want to take you to – is one of the most […]

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What’s up Warsaw? SATURDAY, 29 June 2013

#ART & PERFORMANCE  Street Art Festival   Any place can be a venue for a performance.. As the artist of the festival declare, they try make art a part of different places within the city – on squares, in subway passages, stadiums, and parks – everywhere they can reach a chance passer.U would see street […]

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What’s up Warsaw? FRIDAY, 28 June 2013

#PARTY  Hipsters’ Mecca  Yep, this is a cult. Yep, thousands has already pilgrimaged to this place. Yep, it’s a must. One of the most popular bars/party places/’everybody who’s cool go there’ places, celebrates the 4th anniversary of the opening.Warszawa Powiśle is a 1960s modernist train ticket kiosk turned into one of the hottest Warsaw spots. […]

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What’s Up, Warsaw? THURSDAY, June 27, 2013

#ART  Castle for Contemporary Art  If Thursday proves to be rainy, why not head inside to see quality art for free? One of Warsaw’s best known public art galleries is located inside a castle perched on the city’s picturesque escarpment of Vistula river’s former riverbank. Head there for quality contemporary art (currently on show is […]

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What’s up, Warsaw? WEDNESDAY, June 26th, 2013

#MUSEUM  Chopin’s drawing-room  Missed the free Tuesday in the Chopin museum? Don’t worry, Wednesday gives you another opportunity to see a place connected with the famous Polish composer without having to reach for the wallet. Chopin’s Drawing Room is a branch of the main museum, giving you an opportunity to see what the composer called […]

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What’s up, Warsaw? TUESDAY, June 25th, 2013

#MUSEUM  Chopin for free!  Opened a mere 3 years ago, this tech-savvy museum located in a meticulously restored palace gives an impressive account of the life of Poland’s national composer, Frederic Chopin; from his early days in Żelazowa Wola and Warsaw to his great career in Paris. Multilingual audioguides will help you follow the exhibition […]

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What’s up, Warsaw? MONDAY, June 24th, 2013

#MUSEUMS Warsaw Rising Museum The 1944 Uprising in Warsaw was one of the biggest battles of resistance against the Nazi in Europe during WWII and brought almost complete destruction of the city. The Museum tells the story of tragic events of August and Spetember 1944 in a multimedia-based way. It’s an enthralling journey through the […]

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What’s up, Warsaw? SUNDAY, June 23rd, 2013

#MUSEUMS  The Royal Castle, old and new  Home to rulers of Warsaw throughout the ages, destroyed during WWII and raised from the ashes in the 1970s and 80s, the Royal Castle of Warsaw opens to visitors for free every Sunday. See meticulously restored interiors from the times of the last Polish king and visit the […]

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What’s up, Warsaw? SATURDAY, June 22nd, 2013

#DESIGN/PARTY  You go, girls!  If you want to buy yourself something pretty and Polish, spoil yourself with a massage or a new haircut, get a piercing or a tattoo, eat a healthy brunch or just have a picnic and watch the pole dance freestyle competition (that’s right!), head to one of Warsaw’s biggest and most […]

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