Legia Warszawa For the seminal Warsaw experience, a trip down to the country’s biggest football side, Legia, feels almost mandatory. But don’t think attending is just about the football. Holding north of 30,000, the club’s stadium provides proof of Polish football’s regeneration, and this strikes especially true when considering Legia’s hospitality facilities. It is to these that everyone should head to at least once in their lives.
Coming in two bands, gold and silver, expect access to executive lounges that don’t just offer the best seats in the house, but also a top class buffet and free flow alcohol inside suave and glossy halls: if you’ve lived
in Warsaw long enough, the atmosphere is almost reminiscent of the five-star hotel Sunday brunches to which we all used to head – feeling slick and smart but also chattery and social, even those who don’t care for football profess it to be an exceptional one-off way to enjoy the best Warsaw has. With a bird’s eye view of the theatrical antics coming from the main home stand thrown in as a bonus, it’s an extraordinary experience that won’t be forgotten.