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Royal Wilanów Golf Club

Royal Wilanów Golf Club (Volga 19, Warsaw) — located in the outskirts of Warsaw, this 6-hectare golf course was founded in 2002 — complete with a driving range (30 positions), putting green, chipping green, bunker to practice, pro shop, miniature golf, golf academy and equipment rental office. Halogen Lighting of the driving range area give […]

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Old town

Old Town (ul. Świętojańska, Warsaw) — this street is regarded as the main artery of Old Warsaw. This district includes the 15th-century Mansjonaria (no. 2), which retains much of its original shape; the 16th-century Royal Surveyor’s House (no. 21) – destroyed in 1944 (the top floor was never been rebuilt) and a 1642 Ship House […]

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Nowy Teatr

Nowy Teatr ( ul. Madalińskiego 10/16, Warsaw) — with Poland’s transition from Communism to democracy, this theater’s goal is to provide a space for contemporary plays and theatrical productions that touch the lives of the Polish people.  The Nowy Teatr has become famous for its unique interactions with audiences.  Visitors can see its website for […]

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Mozart Festival

Mozart Festival (Warsaw Chamber Opera, ul. Nowogrodzka 49, Warsaw) – held every June, the Warsaw Chamber Opera oversees more than 20 Mozart stage productions during this festival.  The only opera house in the world to offer Mozart’s entire operatic output, Warsaw Chamber Opera presents selections of Mozart’s chamber, symphonic, and vocal-instrumental pieces during the festival.

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Mazovia Musical Theatre Operetta

Mazovia Musical Theatre Operetta (Street Kolumbijska 3, Warsaw) — launched in 2005, this is a classical music house which holds a variety of operas and theatrical productions. Its opening performance was Johann Strauss’ “The Bat” (directed by Andrzej Strzelecki). Opera music fans are advised to check out its website for upcoming performances: www.mtmoperetka.pl

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Jewish Heritage Tours

Jewish Heritage Tours — prior to the creation of the state of Israel, Poland had the largest Jewish community in the world.  The Nazi occupation of the country, and its campaign to annihilate this group resulted in Poland’s Jewish community going from over 3 million to just 3,000.  The Nazis had set up a number […]

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International Jazz Jamboree Festival

International Jazz Jamboree Festival (Warsaw) — originally held in 1958, this jazz festival has become one of the biggest anywhere in Europe (currently at the Sala Kongresowa — Palace of Culture and Science).  Held every November, international artists from Miles Davis, to Keith Jarrett, Joe Zawinul, Thelonius Monk, Wayne Shorter, Dave Brubeck, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray […]

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Golflim Indoor Golf Varsovia

Golflim Indoor Golf Warsaw (Alley Jerozolimskie 65/79) — this is a good place for those who are just learning the game of golf and would like lessons while visiting Warsaw.  Classes here are conducted individually in hours according to one’s preferences.  Lessons include theoretical knowledge, activities on the putting green, driving range and a professional […]

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Zlote Tarasy

Zlote Tarasy ( Ul. Złota 59, Warsaw) — Zlote Tarasy or Golden Terraces is a modern complex, housing office spaces, a high-end shopping center and a hotel. Known for its signature wavy glass ceiling that accentuates cozy lighting and uber cosmo style, Golden Terraces also has an 8-screen multiplex cinema. There are over 200 retailers […]

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Wola Park

Wola Park (ul. Gorczewska 124, Warsaw) – there are over 180 stores and boutiques on two levels at this shopping center — featuring the latest collections and a rich offer of leatherwear, home furnishings and décor, as well as books, toys and home electronics. Other amenities include a health club, a public basketball court, volleyball […]