Zofia Stryjeńska, “Princess of Polish Art”

Today marks the 40th anniversary of Zofia Stryjeńska`s death, one of the greatest Polish artist of the 20th century. Her art deco painting was inspired by Polish folk and religious beliefs. She was a...

Zachęta – National Gallery of Art

Zachęta is one of the oldest galleries in Poland. The beautiful building was constructed between 1898-1900 according to project of Stefan Szyller. Gallery presented all the most important Polish arti...

National Museum in Warsaw

The National Museum in Warsaw was founded in 1862 as the Museum of Fine Arts and is one of the oldest museums in Poland. The modernist building where it`s located currently was built between 1927-193...

Plan B

Plan B is probably the most popular bar in Warsaw that attracts alternative crowd of people. Inside you need to go up by steep stairs to get to the bar. It has a minimalistic, little bit “dirty...

Café Kulturalna

Café Kulturalna is based in Warsaw iconic Palace of Culture and Science with entrance from foyer of the Teatr Dramatyczny. The theater is located on the left from the main entrance to the palace from...

Beirut Hummus & Music Bar

Beirut is one of my favorites bars in Warsaw located in the Southern part of the city center. It`s a place where you can come during the day for a coffee and lunch and in the evenings for a beer.  Be...

Władysław Szpilman – The Pianist of Warsaw

Władysław Szpilman was a Polish-Jewish piano player and composer. He became wideley known when Roman Polański made “The Pianist” film based on Szpilman`s book “The Pianist”. I...

Isaac Bashevis Singer from Krochmalna Street

Isaac Bashevis Singer was an Yiddish writer and the winner of Nobel Prize in Literature in 1978. He was publishing only in Yiddish beeing the leading figure in Yiddish literature movement. He wrote s...

Heart of Frederick Chopin

Frederick Chopin was born 1810 in Żelazowa Wola near Warsaw. In the same year his family moved to the Polish capital where his father Nicolas Chopin was teaching French at Warsaw Lyceum. Frederick`s ...