Living in a foreign country, going to the shop finding everything is closed and you have no idea why? Happened to all of us! That’s why we’ve decided to sum up all the national holidays in Poland when everything is closed down. Of course you can always find some restaurants and petrol stations opened during […]Continue reading "Polish National Holidays Explained"
If you are staying in Warsaw longer and you wanna discover Poland a little more – we chose top 5 places for 1-day trips around Warsaw! 1. Żelazowa Wola Located 51 km from the center of Warsaw this village is the birthplace of Polish-French pianist and composer Frédéric Chopin. Inside you can find small family […]Continue reading "Top day trips from Warsaw"
Curious to try some polish food? Don’t forget about the top 8 polish desserts that you have to try while visiting Poland! 1. Pączek Typical polish pastry, similar to doughnuts. They are deep fried pieces of dough filled with jam or any other sweet filling such as caramel or chocolate. They are usually covered with […]Continue reading "Top 8 Polish Desserts"
The city of Warsaw has a lot to offer for those with children, no matter the age range you’ll always find something fun to do and keep the excitement levels high! Here are some of the best things to do with children in Warsaw. 1. Water tram & the beach Warsaw during the summer offers […]Continue reading "Top 6 things to do with children in Warsaw"
The summer is here and Warsaw Social is breaking out of the bars and clubs that have kept us hostage will winter and we are bring you the best events to make the most of the beautiful Warsaw weather. Today we hosted our first rollerskating and BBQ event in Park Szczęśliwicki that was a great […]Continue reading "The summer is here!"
Do you want to start learning Polish? Well every marathon started with a first step. Warsaw Social is helping you with your first step and we are starting a new trend of posting Polish words every Friday with the meaning in English and a short sound clip in Polish so you can listen to how […]Continue reading "Learn Polish #1: Calendar and times"
Starting from October, Ryanair’s service to Warsaw will switch from Modlin to Chopin airport. The change is presumably being made in order to aid more business travellers, many of whom have decided to snub Ryanair’s Modlin flights due to a lack of convenience. Modlin airport is located some 38km from the capital, and commutes via […]Continue reading "Ryanair Switch Warsaw Flights To Chopin Airport"
What is Fat Thursday in Poland? Fat Thursday is a tradition of eating as many doughnuts as possible, in 2016 it will be on 4th February. Fat Thursday is a Catholic Christian feast marking the last Thursday before Lent and is associated with the celebration of Carnival. Because Lent is a time of fasting, the […]Continue reading "What is Fat Thursday?"
Claim your free 25zl ride here Do you want to take cheaper, faster, safer taxis in Warsaw, Poland without even needing to speak English? Well you’ll be happy to hear there is a solution: Uber What is Uber? It is a taxi app that allows you to order a car through your smartphone. It […]Continue reading "Free Taxi Ride in Warsaw"
Today, thanks to the hard work of a group of volunteers Duolingo has launched it’s Polish for English speakers free course to the public in a beta format. This group of volunteers have been working for the last 12 months to bring you this course. It is currently only in beta meaning that there might […]Continue reading "Learn Polish for free with Duolingo"
1. The Historian: Old Town Cellars Guided Tour Warsaw is an old city. So old that even the quaintest, cutest, tightest twists and turns in every part of the city house legends, ghosts, and fire breathing bazylisks. The “Old Town Cellars” guided tours with Pawel Los [English] is a must and the first on our list, […]Continue reading "Halloween in Warsaw: 5 Ways To Celebrate in the City"
In Chicago we have a saying: cuffing season is upon us. Now cuffing season is that special time of year when the winter comes, when that first bitter breeze freezes any sign of life and moisture, when our scarves and layers start to wrap and insulate all visible bareness, and most importantly, when we start to […]Continue reading "Single in Warsaw : 5 Ways to Find your Special Someone for the Winter"