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Your perfect city break

Visiting Warsaw in winter is quite the experience! Fairy Christmas illuminations, snow-sprinkled streets, warm inviting cafés, festive markets scattered across the city, and parks full of sledging enthusiasts all come together to make a winter break in the Polish capital a truly wonderful adventure.


Christmas Market

Located near the famous Sigismund’s Column, and market square in the old town’s centre, Christmas Market is an valley created on the walls of Warsaw Barbican. Streets of the market are largely filled with wooden stalls offering a variety of gifts.

Starts on 25th of November.


Winter National Stadium

Winter National combines active leisure, sport and entertainment. It is nearly 5 thousand square meters of ice, 3 ice rinks , the tallest ice hill in the world to slide down in dinghies straight from the bleachers, a curling sheet and underground skatepark.

Starts on 2nd December.


Royal Garden of Lights

Winter makes Wilanów even more charming than usual, thanks to attraction called “Royal Garden of Light”. Every November Wilanów Palace and it’s gardens turn into magical world of light! Daily (between 4-9pm) you can enjoy a light and baroque music show in the gardens.


Christmas illuminations

Each year, thousands of glittering lights in various shapes and colours illuminate the city, making it a perfect setting for unforgettable Christmas moments. Join the locals for a walk along the beautifully decorated historical Royal Route up to the Old Town. The illuminations start in early December.


New Year’s Eve

On New Year’s Eve, Warsaw comes alive with celebrations, fireworks and parties. Make Warsaw New Year’s Eve 2017 a special one by booking ahead for a memorable event. Be here at midnight to welcome in 2018 with a bang!


Ice skating rink

Skate around the Warsaw Mermaid statue and enjoy delicious street food from kiosks run by Warsaw restaurateurs. Admission to the ice skating rink in the beautiful surroundings of the Old Town is free.

Starts on 1st December.



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