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Tanks A Lot!
The wreckage of Russian military hardware has appeared in Plac Zamkowy as part of a travelling exhibition titled For Our Freedom And Yours. Comprising of rockets, a T-72 tank and a 2S19 Msta-S self-propelled howitzer, the exhibition was installed overnight and opened by the head of the Chancellery of... Read more
Rubens Smashes Polish Record!
Warsaw’s soaring reputation on the international art market has taken another leap forward after a work by Peter Paul Rubens went under the hammer last night and sold for PLN 14.4 million – a record for the Polish market. “The presentation of Portrait of a Lady is an event... Read more
Rotunda Disaster Remembered
Forty-three years ago to this day, Warsaw was rocked by one of Poland’s worst ever post-war disasters when an explosion ripped through the Rotunda building in the city center. Forty-nine people were killed and 135 were injured in the blast, with many locals quickly suspecting foul play. The investigation... Read more
Happy Birthday To… The National Stadium!
Ten years ago exactly, the National Stadium opened its doors to the public for the first time ever. Now officially known as the PGE Narodowy Kazimierz Górski, the inauguration ceremony, held on January 29th, 2012, included performances by T.Love, Lady Pank and Voo Voo and was followed by a... Read more
The Light Fantastic!
For an exhibition with a difference, this winter get lurking under Świętokrzyski Bridge… Having already attained nationwide fame after her official Christmas poster for Warsaw went viral, City Hall’s resident illustrator has been handed her own exhibition – on the support pillars running underneath Świętokrzyski Bridge. Astonishingly, this is... Read more
The Fab Five: Back In Biz!
Talk about rotten luck – as unfortunate as the lockdown was for Warsaw’s more established hangouts, it came as even tougher news for the newbies yet to truly establish themselves. Now reopened, we present a fab five that were just gaining traction before you-know-what happened. Let the summer belong... Read more
Notes: Koneser Grill

Notes: Koneser Grill

Blog 4 March 2020 0

So good is Koneser Grill that, where once the Insider used our visits to this area as an excuse to drop into Bombaj Masala, nowadays that’s been flipped off in favor of the latest project from the Ferment Group. One of the most striking urban renewal schemes in recent... Read more
Notes: Polana Smaków
Compact and woodsy, Polana Smaków has lost none of its copious magic since trading a no-man’s land location for city center Warsaw: from tiled stoves and jars filled with mysterious fermentations, everything about this place radiates warm, rural charm. We love our visits here, and that’s partly because no... Read more
Notes: Restauracja Warszawska
Of the big openings that have occurred over the last few years, few have splashed down with as much impact as the Hotel Warszawa. And as an experience, few places can top it: the design alone is a rare work of beauty. Loaded with slick finishes and polished raw... Read more
Notes: Foodie Rollins

Notes: Foodie Rollins

Blog 24 February 2020 0

The lesser-known bit of Mokotowska is finally having its moment: first The Farm opened, then Foodie Rollins. And crikey, don’t we just love it. Tricked out with comic art doodles, dangling chains and midnight colors it’s a place born for casual meet-ups and messy lunches – aware of that,... Read more

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