Autumn in Warsaw: events and things to do in Warsaw in September 2020

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Outdoor events in Warsaw in September 2020

  • Every day in September

“Game of Dragons” – an outdoor exhibition of 20 animatronic dragons
Location: Aleja Na Skarpie 20/26 Street (city center, 200 m from Plac Trzech Krzyży), the garden of Muzeum Ziemi PAN (Museum of the Earth), 10 am – 8 pm. Tickets to be purchased online or at the ticket office (you can pay with a card). The exhibition is open every day and runs until October 31, 2020. The exhibition of moving dragons from different legends and cultures around the world, from ancient Greek mythology, through Slavic legends, to stories from the Far East. More in English about the exhibitionFacebook event in Polish.

  • Every Saturday in September

Piano recitals in the birthplace of Frederic Chopin in Żelazowa Wola
Location: Chopin Museum and Park, 96-503 Sochaczew, Żelazowa Wola 15 (60 km from Warsaw), 2 concerts each Saturday: 12 pm and 3 pm. Click here to read our tips in English about visiting the Museum. Detailed concert agenda in English.

“Breakfast Market” / Targ Śniadaniowy – an outdoor shopping & street food in Żoliborz
Location: corner of aleja Wojska Polskiego Street and Śmiała Street (Żoliborz), 9 am – 4 pm, free entrance. Street food, bread, pastries, cheese, sausages, vegan delicatessen, vegetables, fruits, flowers, fish. Facebook event in Polish.

  • Every Sunday in September

“Breakfast Market” / Targ Śniadaniowy – an outdoor shopping & street food in Mokotów 
Location: Skwer Grupy AK “Granat”, corner of Puławska and Woronicza Street (Mokotów), 10 am – 5 pm, free entrance. Street food, bread, pastries, cheese, sausages, vegan delicatessen, vegetables, fruits, flowers, fish. Facebook event in Polish.

Piano recitals in the birthplace of Frederic Chopin in Żelazowa Wola
Location: Chopin Museum and Park, 96-503 Sochaczew, Żelazowa Wola 15 (60 km from Warsaw), 2 concerts each Sunday: 12 pm and 3 pm. Click here to read our tips in English about visiting the Museum. Detailed concert agenda in English.

Outdoor Farmers’ Market / Sunday Healthy Food Fair in Ursynów
Location: a parking lot next to Ursynów District Office, Imielin metro station, al. KEN 61 Street (Ursynów), 9 am – 3 pm, free entrance. Regional food, vegetables, fruits, dairy and meat products, honey, juices, organic food. Facebook event in Polish.

  • Every Saturday & Sunday in September

Guided tour of the Wilanów Palace Garden
Location: Wilanów Palace Garden, Stanisława Kostki Potockiego 10/16 Street, 1 pm (except August 15), meeting point at the ticket office (small yellow building in the park in front of the palace). Meeting point on a map (a ticket office / kasa muzeum marked as no. 1). Regular tickets to the park 7 PLN, reduced tickets 4 PLN (online tickets). Facebook event in Polish.

Horse Racing at Służewiec Racetrack
Location: Tor Wyścigów Konnych Służewiec, Puławska 266 Street, online tickets (children up to 5 free entrance). Website in English. Facebook event in Polish.

  • Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday in September

“Agro Bazar” in Służewiec – organic food market (Weekendowy Agrobazar Rodzinny)
Location: Tor Wyścigów Konnych Służewiec, Puławska 266 Street. Friday 3 pm – 7 pm, Saturday 8 am – 6 pm, Sunday 9.30 am – 6 pm. Facebook event in Polish.

  • September 4-6 

Food truck festival and kids outdoor playing zone in Wilanów
Location: Plaża Wilanów, the area between Aleja Wilanowska Street and Klimczaka Street, free entrance. Friday 2 pm – 10 pm, Saturday 12 pm – 10 pm, Sunday 12 pm – 8 pm. Facebook event in Polish.

Warsaw Ice Cream Festival
Location: Pasaż Wiecha, a new street food area in Warsaw, located in the city center at the back of the “Wars Sawa Junior” shopping center, Marszałkowska 104 Street (city center), free entrance, Friday 3 pm – 8 pm, Saturday 12 pm – 8 pm, Sunday 12 pm – 6 pm. Facebook event in Polish.

  • September 5-6 

Weekend with Mexico at the “Breakfast Market” / Targ Śniadaniowy – an outdoor shopping & street food in Mokotów and Żoliborz
Saturday location: corner of aleja Wojska Polskiego Street and Śmiała Street (Żoliborz), 9 am – 4 pm, free entrance. Sunday location: Skwer Grupy AK “Granat”, corner of Puławska and Woronicza Street (Mokotów), 10 am – 5 pm, free entrance. Attractions include Mexican food, music, games, contests. Breakfast Market is a weekend picnic where you can buy local, international, and organic food. Facebook event in Polish.

  • September 5-6 and 12-13

Archeological picnic at the medieval castle in Czersk
Location: Czersk Castle (Zamek w Czersku), Plac Tysiąclecia 1, 05-530 Czersk (south of Warsaw, 40 km from the center of Warsaw), 11 am – 5 pm (the castle opening hours: 10 am – 8 pm), regular tickets 10 PLN, reduced tickets 5 PLN. Everyday life, as well as war and peace in various historical periods – presentation of old crafts, martial arts, cuisine. Facebook event in PolishOur tips in English on visiting the Czersk Castle.

  • September 6

Outdoor Chopin music concert in Ursynów
Location: Park im. Jana Pawła II, entrance from Romera Street (Ursynów), free entrance, 4 pm. Facebook event in Polish.

  • September 12-13

“Vege Festival/Wege Festiwal” – fair of vegetarian and vegan food and products
Location: Royal Wilanów, Klimczaka 1 Street (Wilanów), free entrance, Saturday 11 am – 8 pm, Sunday 11 am – 7 pm. Facebook event in Polish.

  • September 19 

Weekend with Indonesia at the “Breakfast Market” / Targ Śniadaniowy – an outdoor shopping & street food in Żoliborz
Location: corner of aleja Wojska Polskiego Street and Śmiała Street (Żoliborz), 9 am – 4 pm, free entrance. Additional attractions include Indonesian food, music, tourist information. Street food, bread, pastries, cheese, sausages, vegan delicatessen, vegetables, fruits, flowers, fish. Facebook event in Polish. Facebook event in Polish and English (weekend with Indonesia).

  • September 20

Weekend with Indonesia at the “Breakfast Market” / Targ Śniadaniowy – an outdoor shopping & street food in Mokotów 
Location: Skwer Grupy AK “Granat”, corner of Puławska and Woronicza Street (Mokotów), 10 am – 5 pm, free entrance. Additional attractions include Indonesian food, music, tourist information. Street food, bread, pastries, cheese, sausages, vegan delicatessen, vegetables, fruits, flowers, fish. Facebook event in PolishFacebook event in Polish and English (weekend with Indonesia).

  • September 20 

Yoga class in Łazienki Royal Garden
Location: Łazienki Royal Garden, 10 am – 11.30 am, click here to check the meeting point (the area next to the Palace on the Isle). Families with children are welcomeFacebook event in Polish and English.

  • September 26

‘Nature walk in the Wilanów gardens’ – educational walk for children and adults guided IN ENGLISH 
Location: Wilanów Palace Garden, Stanisława Kostki Potockiego 10/16 Street, 11 am – 12.30 pm, meeting point at the ticket office (small yellow building in the park in front of the palace). Meeting point on a map (a ticket office / kasa muzeum marked as no. 1). Tickets: 20 PLN (online tickets). An English-speaking guide (usually a biologist) tells fascinating stories about insects, plants, birds living in the Wilanów Garden. In September: As we return from our summer travels, nature is engaging in preparations for a major autumn migration. During our September walk, we will pay particular attention to movement, not only that resulting from the migration of birds, but in a more general sense. Click here to read more in English. Facebook event in English.

  • September 26 – 27 

Street food festival in Ursynów
Location: a parking lot next to Ursynów District Office, Imielin metro station, al. KEN 61 Street (Ursynów), free entrance. Facebook event in Polish.

Fairs, festivals, exhibitions, and other events in Warsaw in September 2020

  • Everyday in September

“The Fascinating World of Spiders and Scorpions” – the exhibition
Location: the Palace of Culture and Science, pl. Defilad 1, entrance from Marszałkowska Street, open every day, 10 am – 7 pmOnline tickets: regular 22 PLN, reduced 18 PLN, family 2+2 60 PLN, children up to 4 free entrance. Each weekend (at 12 pm, 2 pm, and 4 pm) the visitors can hold spider on the hand and take close photographs with the assist of an exhibition employee. Facebook event in PolishMore in English and photos.

  • Every Friday in September

Warsaw by nigh – viewing platform of the Palace of Culture
Location: Viewing platform on the 30th floor of the Palace of Culture and Science. The platform is open every day 10 am – 8 pm. Until the end of September, the platform is open additionally on Fridays until 10 pm. Click here to check out our tips in English on visiting the platform.

  • September 5

Tour of Elektrownia Powiśle guided IN ENGLISH by one of the architects of the building
Location: Elektrownia Powiśle shopping mall, Dobra 42 Street (Powiśle), 11 am, free entrance. Facebook event in English.

Warsaw Independent Bookfair
Location: ADA Puławska, Puławska 37 Street (Mokotów), free entrance. Facebook event in Polish and English. More in English about the Fair.

  • September 5-6

“Fair of Nice Things / TRŁ – Targi Rzeczy Ładnych” – design, posters, illustrations, books, notebooks
Location: Plac (square) Konesera 2, Centrum Praskie Koneser (Praga), 11 am – 7 pm, online tickets 10 PLN. Furniture, lamps, ceramics, vintage, accessories, articles for children, decorations, wellness, plants. Facebook event in Polish.

  • September 6

Exhibition and fair of exotic animals and plants  
Location: Sports Center at Siennicka 40 Street (Praga), 10 am – 4 pm, regular tickets 15 PLN, family (2+2) tickets 50 PLN, children up to 6 free (online tickets). Facebook event in Polish.

  • September 11

‘Mulan’ children’s movie in ENGLISH, without Polish subtitles
Location: Cinema City, Sadyba Best Mall, Powsińska 31 Street (Sadyba/Mokotów), 5 pm. The screening in English is organized by Brian Mason who can be contacted at brianmason79@gmail.com or 668 519 462, tickets are available for sale to everyone (an adult ticket 35 PLN,  child ticket 25 PLN; tickets are available to purchase via email: brianmason79@gmail.com). New special regulations include: only 50% of seats can be sold; face masks must be worn at all times during the movie.

  • September 12

Plant swap in Łazienki Garden
Location: Łazienki Royal GardenCentrum Edukacji Ekologicznej (Center for Ecological Education) in Nowa Palmiarnia (it’s a newly renovated building with a space dedicated to educational activities, click here to see the location on a map), 11 am – 3 pm, free entrance. Plant owners come together to echange their plants. Facebook event in Polish.

  • September 12-13

International Cat Show
Location: Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego (University of Physical Education), Hala Gier, Marymoncka 34 Street (Bielany), 10 am – 5 pm. Facebook event in Polish.

Slow Fashion Fair and Vintage (second hand) Fashion Fair
Location: Plac (square) Konesera 2, Centrum Praskie Koneser (Praga), 11 am – 7 pm, free entrance. Facebook event in Polish (slow fashion). Facebook event in Polish  (vintage fashion).

  • September 13

“Mamaville” Mother & Baby Expo
Location: EXPO XXI, Prądzyńskiego 12/14 Street (Wola), 10 am – 5 pm, tickets 10 PLN, children up to 15 free entrance. Clothes and accessories for kids and pregnant women, workshops. Facebook event in Polish.

Railway Modeling Fair (Giełda Modelarska)
Location: Warsaw Railway Museum (Stacja Muzeum), Towarowa 3 Street (Wola), 10 am – 2 pm (the Museum is open 10 am – 6 pm). A chance to buy model railways and trains and meet railway modeling enthusiasts. During the event reduced tickets for every one (6 PLN, children up to 7 free entrance). The Museum website in EnglishFacebook event in Polish.

  • September 18-20

Warsaw Coffee Market 
Location: Hala Gwardii, Plac Żelaznej Bramy 1 (city center), 10 am – 8 pm, free entrance. Facebook event in Polish.

  • September 18-23

Warsaw Autumn Festival (Warszawska Jesień)
Location: different venues all over Warsaw. The largest international festival of contemporary classical music in Poland. More in English.

  • September 19

‘Harvest – Village Festival’ – a fair of local products (Plony, Święto Wsi)
Location: “MYSIA 3” center, Mysia 3 Street (city center), free entrance, 11 am – 7 pm. Farmers, craftsmen, and cooperatives from all over Poland. Facebook event in Polish.

Niech żyje papier!’ – a festival and fair dedicated to stationery, paper, illustrations, posters
Location: Elektrownia Powiśle shopping mall, Dobra 42 Street (Powiśle), 11 am – 7 pm. Facebook event in Polish.

‘Grand Bazar’ Fair – clothes, accessories, jewelry, vintage
Location: Dom Towarowy Bracia Jabłkowscy, Bracka 25 Street (city center), 11 am – 7 pm, free entrance. Facebook event in Polish and English.

  • September 19-20

Fitness Trade Show
Location: EXPO XXI, Prądzyńskiego 12/14 Street (Wola). Friday, September 18: 10 am – 5 pm (only for businesses), Saturday 10 am – 6 pm, Sunday 10 am – 5 pm, online tickets. More in English.

  • September 20

Car Models Fair (Giełda Modeli Samochodowych)
Location: Warsaw Railway Museum (Stacja Muzeum), Towarowa 3 Street (Wola), 10 am – 2 pm (the Museum is open 10 am – 6 pm). During the event reduced tickets for everyone (6 PLN, children up to 7 free entrance). The Museum website in English. Facebook event in Polish.

Fair of Polish fashion – ‘Och!Bazar‘ – autumn edition
Location: Nowy Fort, Stefana Czarnieckiego 51 Street (Żoliborz), free entrance, 11 am – 6 pm. Facebook event in Polish.

Tropical interiors expo
Location: Dom Towarowy Bracia Jabłkowscy, Bracka 25 Street (city center), 11 am – 7 pm, tickets 6 PLN. Styles: boho, uban jungle. ethnic, tropical, Scandinavian, eclectic, eco, hamptons, moroccan and more. Facebook event in Polish and English.

  • September 25-27

Zero Waste Fair / Targi Zero Waste
Location: Hala Gwardii, Plac Żelaznej Bramy 1 (city center), 11 am – 6 pm, free entrance. The event includes fair, workshops, discussions, meetings. Facebook event in Polish.

  • September 26-27

Fair and festival of upcycling, handicrafts and designPrzerób-My
Location: Centrum Praskie Koneser (Praga Koneser Center), Plac Konesera (Praga), 11 am – 6 pm, free entrance. Facebook event in Polish.

Fashion fair – clothes, accessories, jewelry
Location: Dom Towarowy Bracia Jabłkowscy, Bracka 25 Street (city center), online tickets 10 PLN. Facebook event in Polish.

  • September 27

PZU Warsaw Marathon
Many streets in the city center will be closed for car traffic. Start at 9 am and finish at the area of Plac Teatralny in the city center. Website in English.

Warsaw Marathon 2020 Poland Map
Photo source: www.pzumaratonwarszawski.com

Day trips from Warsaw

The baroque palace and 2 historic parks (managed by the National Museum in Warsaw) are located an hour’s drive west of Warsaw, on the way to Łódź – nice chillout spot for a weekend outing and a picnic, a combination of history and nature. And if you still have some time and energy, you can visit the ethnographic museum in the city of Łowicz – the historic capital of the region. The museum exhibits, among others, traditional costumes, embroidery designs, Łowicz colorful folk paper cuttings (wycinanki łowickie).

Magiczne Ogrody/Magic Garden is a theme park located south-east of Warsaw, near the charming and popular with tourists town of Kazimierz Dolny. The park covers several hectares with designed greenery, flowers, trees, streams, waterfalls, and of course attractions for children – fairytale zones with mysterious inhabitants. Attractions in the park are intended for children of all age groups. There are only two age-restricted zones: the newest attraction, a treetop route, available for children 4+ with a parent, or 8+; and the mysterious Mroczysko zone – available only to children 6+.

Almost 10 hectares of land with educational routes for walks designed to protect the richness of fauna and flora. Attractions include 1 km nature trail, picnic area, small beach, the observation deck, rope park, playground, butterfly meadow with 50:1 scale models of Polish butterfly species, a treetop route dedicated to birds (the whole route is almost 250 m long; the bridges are hung between ten nests, the first of which is 2.5 m high and the last one is over 5 m high).

A visit to the Museum is a unique journey into the past – we are moving to the Polish countryside from the turn of the 19th century and the 20th century. The open-air ethnographic Museum includes village houses, two manors, an inn, an 18th-century church, a craft workshop, a carriage house and a gallery of folk sculpture.

The medieval, Gothic castle in Czersk was built at the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries. Although it has been heavily damaged over the centuries, its gothic towers and walls still attract those who love history. There is another reason why it is worth visiting Czersk – great views of the Vistula river valley, space, and relaxing silence. Especially during spring or summertime when it is green all around.

It is not often that you can “visit” swamps… And in addition, walk them dry foot! 40 km from Warsaw you can admire nature and wild swamps on wooden platforms. The place is called “Bagno Całowanie”, it’s a charming destination out of the city for a walk and a close encounter with nature. “Bagno Całowanie” is one of the largest peat bogs in the Warsaw area, located in the Mazovia Landscape Park (Mazowiecki Park Krajobrazowy), in the Vistula valley. The name comes from the nearby village – Całowanie.

Looking for the best photo spots in Poland? You will find them in one of the biggest (over 50 hectares) botanical gardens in Poland – the Arboretum Forest Educational Center in Rogów near Łódź. The Arboretum in Rogów has one of the most valuable plant collections in Europe. It’s “a forest park”, located in the thinned-out area of the forest. You can admire there the collections of trees and shrubs of Central and Eastern Europe, protected, endangered, and rare plants, as well as “experimental” parts of the forest with foreign species and the Alpine Garden – the aplinarium.

Drive-in and open-air cinemas in Warsaw

Free outdoor cinema  in Wilanów
Location: the area next to Royal Wilanów, Klimczaka 1 Street, Wednesday, September 2 and 9, 9 pm, free entrance. Facebook event in Polish.

Free outdoor cinema in Wola
Location: Park im. Edwarda Szymańskiego, Elekcyjna Street (Wola), September 4, 5, and 11, 8 pm, free entrance. Facebook event in Polish.

Free outdoor summer cinema in Elektrownia Powiśle – documentary films
Location: Elektrownia Powiśle shopping center, Elektryczna 2 Street (Powiśle), free entrance. September 1, 7.30 pm. Screenings of documentary films featured during “Millennium Docs Against Gravity Film Festival” – the largest documentary film festival in Poland. Facebook event in Polish.

Free outdoor summer cinema in Fort 8/Fort Służew
Location: Fort 8, Fort Służew 1b Street (Ursynów), free entrance, 9 pm, September 10Facebook event in Polish.

Drive-in cinema in Żerań (Białołęka) next to the Vistula river
Location: Myśliborska 11 Street. Capacity: 100+ cars. Online tickets and repertoire (50 PLN per car). Friday, Saturday at 8 pm or 7.30 pm.

Open-air cinema at SOHO Factory in Praga
Location: SOHO Factory in Praga district, Chono Lulu Bistro & Bar, Mińska 25 Street. Screenings on September 2, 4, 9, and 11 at 9 pm, free entrance, the number of seats is limited. Facebook event in Polish.

Vistula river cruises & kayaking in the Warsaw area

In recent years, the Wisła river in Warsaw has been full of cruises, ferries, water trams, kayaks. This year is different on the Vistula river too… This season, not all options are available, but you can still find some interesting ones in Warsaw. Please note that due to the high water level in the Vistula river, some cruises can be temporarily suspended.

Free ferries across the Vistula river
Starting from July until the end of Setptemebr, there are 3 free ferries:  Cypel Czerniakowski – Saska Kępa, Most Poniatowskiego – Stadion Narodowy, Podzamcze-Fontanny – ZOO. In September, the ferries run during weekends. More in English (including a map, timetable).

Ferry across the Vistula river near Konstancin 
Prom Gassy-Karczew connects the municipality of Konstancin-Jeziorna and the municipality of Karczew (the route on Google map). The ferry runs from April until November. On weekdays (September 1-15) the ferry operates from 6 am to 7.30 pm, on Saturdays – from 8 am to 7.30 pm, and on Sundays and holidays – 9 am – 7.30 pm. Sepetmber 16-30: weekdays – 6 am – 7 pm, Satudays 8 am – 7 pm, Sundays – 9 am – 7 pm. The cost is 3 PLN per person (children up to 7 free). Additionally, bicycle – 2 PLN, motorcycle – 5 PLN, car – 9 PLN. Website in Polish. Facebook page.

Cruises on the Vistula river
Daylight and evening one-hour / 9 km cruises on the boats (glass-covered main deck and sun deck). The lower deck is completely built-up (with huge windows) and safe for little children. Capacity: 12 passengers. Regular ticket: 49 PLN, reduced ticket for children up to 15: 24 PLN (daily cruise), evening cruise – 45 PLN (online tickets). Start and finish at the Vistula Boulevard, close to the Old Town (location on the map). Website in English. Facebook page.

Taxi Wisła – the Vistula river cruises on a traditional wooden boat
The cruise takes about 45 minutes. To order/book Taxi Wisła call them (+48 605143904) or send a message on Facebook. Reduced capacity during covid pandemic: 6 passengers (before it was 12). There is always a set of life vests on board, you don’t need to have your own. In September, the cruises are available on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Website in Polish.

Kayak rental – kayaking trips along the Vistula River
Various routes are available – different in terms of the length of the trip. The most popular 2-hour trip (11 km) along the Vistula river (“Wawer-Śromieście”) starts at Plaża Romantyczna (“Romantyczna Beach”), Rychnowska Street and finishes in the area of Saska Kępa, Wał Miedzeszyński 399 Street (locations on the maps). 2-person kayak: 90 PLN, 1-person kayak 65 PLN. Life vests are available for adults and children. Online schedule and booking. Website in English. Facebook page.

Rental of canoes and wooden boats in Wilanów (Wilanowskie Lake)
Location: the park of Wilanów Palace, Stanisława Kostki Potockiego 10/16 Street (first you need to buy an entrance ticket to the park). Opening hours: 10 am – 9 pm. The rental is located next to Pompownia building – a pumping station at the Jezioro Wilanowskie Lake. There are available life vests, wooden boats (for 4 adults or 2 adults and 3 children; 30 min – 40 PLN, 1 hour 60 PLN, 2 hours 100 PLN) and kayaks (for 2 adults with an additional child seat; 30 min – 20 PLN, 1 hour – 30 PLN, 2 hours – 50 PLN). You can pay with a card. Facebook page.

Parks to relax in September in Warsaw

A green oasis in the heart of Warsaw, some of the trees are 250-years-old! Just a few steps from busy Marszałkowska Street and the Old Town. You can visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier located in the Garden. There is a 24-hour guard post (2 soldiers who change every hour – children will love it!).

The Saxon Garden (Ogród Saski) dates back to the early 18th century. It was a baroque garden in the French style, a first public park in Warsaw, located next to the royal Saxon Palace (Pałac Saski). The Palace was blown up by the Nazis in 1944. The Garden was renovated, and now you can admire 21 baroque statues along the main avenue of the Garden, the fountain from the middle of the nineteenth century, and a sundialClick here to read our post about the Saxon Garden.

Great destination, especially during weekends – for a longer trip – to recharge your batteries by experiencing nature. The Garden is located in Powsin, in the suburbs of Warsaw – between Wilanów and Konstancin. You will find there a vegetable garden and orchard – lots of fun for city people to see “live” pumpkin, beetroot, dill or an apple on a tree. Kids will enjoy the “Collection of Polish flora” which includes mountain plants and mini-mountains / hills. There are short trails (marked as in the real Polish mountains) and peaks with an interesting view for children. Climbing is not difficult, and the little hikers have great satisfaction. The Garden offers many photo opportunities (azaleas, roses, fruit trees blooming, colorful leaves during fall). Click here to read our post about the new opening hours of the Powsin Garden and about the visiting rules.

The Skaryszewski Park is located in the Praga district. It was created in 1905. It’s one of the largest parks in Warsaw (smaller than Łazienki Garden and Pole Mokotowskie). The Park is unique because of a beautiful Kamionkowskie lake (kayak rentals are available). The Kamionkowskie Lake used to be a part of the Vistula river (today’s area of Skaryszewski Park and Saska Kępa used to be an island, and then a peninsula). In the Park, it is allowed to have a picnic or play on the grass. The Park alleys are suitable for biking or roller skating. Click here to read our post about the Park.

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