There’s nothing better than to wake up late on a Sunday morning and have a delicious breakfast. If your hotel/hostel doesn’t offer more than cereal and milk you might want to head for one of the best weekend breakfasts at MiTo Cafe. Cold meats, cottage cheese, salads, pankakes and eggs – you name it. It’s all-you-can-eat at a very moderate price.

Where: MiTo Cafe

Map: https://goo.gl/maps/Xkoer

When: 9am-2pm, 06 Jan 2013 (and every weekend)

How much: 15 zł (all-you-can-eat)

Details: https://www.mito.art.pl/mito_menu.pdf


First Royal Festival of Light in Wilanów

An opportunity to visit a suburban residence of king John III Sobieski. Over two days of weekend, The first Festival of Light will bring such attractions as 800m2 light labirynth, video mapping of St. Anne’s church in Wilanów, fireworks show, fire jugglers and a lights and music show. The festival starts Saturday, 4pm, next to the Wilanów Palace and 5:30 pm on Sunday.

Where: Pałac w Wilanowie

Map: https://goo.gl/maps/XbHVc

When: 4pm on 05 Jan 2013 and 5:30pm on 06 Jan 2013

How much: free

Details: https://www.wilanow.pl/images/stories/Aktualnosci/festiwal_swiatla.jpg (Polish only)

The Three Magi Epiphany Parade

A big annual event to celebrate Epiphany, an important holiday of christianity. A parade of colourfully dressed representatives of all the continents and cultures is formed with music, performances and concerts on the way. It starts at 12pm exactly at the starting point of our Free Tour so you won’t miss it!

Where: Plac Zamkowy (Castle Square)

Map: https://goo.gl/maps/nnxNG

When: 12pm, 06 Jan 2013

How much: free

Details: https://orszak.org/warszawa/trasa-5-stolecznego-orszaku-mapka/ (Polish only)



The Royal Castle

The seat of Polish kings since 16th c. and presidents in interwar period, 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 rooms where first Polish and European constitution was proclaimed. Last chance to see the Castle before it closes for nearly two weeks!

Where: Zamek Królewski (the Royal Castle)

Map: https://goo.gl/maps/nnxNG

When: 11am-4pm, 06 Jan 2013

How much: free

Details: https://www.zamek-krolewski.pl/?page=1114

And don’t forget to come to our free, guided walking tour of Warsaw! Everyday! Click “Orange Umbrella Free Tour Warsaw” on the left for more details.