Warsaw – Palace of Culture & Science
Perfect location : strict City Center
Impressive architecture: Tallest building in the city, the building was conceived as a "gift from the Soviet people to the Polish nation”. The big attraction is a large terrace on the 30th floor of the Palace.
Venue offers over 25 halls with various destinations. Halls on different floors connecting by unique marble staircase. The palace is one of the largest conference facilities in Warsaw, comfortably accommodating more than 4,500 participants at a time. It makes possible to organize congresses and conferences with satellite symposia as well as gala dinners, cocktails and banquets.
The Congress Hall (Sala Kongresowa) and Concert Hall (Sala Koncertowa) are without a doubt among the most important concert halls in Poland. The first one can accommodate up to 2,880 persons, while the second holds only 550 people, but is now one of the best-equipped in the country in terms of modern technology.
For evening galas the two halls located on the 2nd floor (Marmurowa & Ratuszowa) are definitely one of the most prestigious ones in Warsaw.
Warsaw – National Stadium
National Stadium is located in a heart of the city.
It is a retractable roof football stadium, biggest in Poland and the home stadium of Polish national football team. Its capacity is 45.000 people
The Conference Centre at the National Stadium in Warsaw is one of the largest conference venues in Warsaw. It offers 6 modern conference rooms (altogether up to 2000 participants).
Business Club is a modern space of 3200 sq m. It’s adjustability makes it a perfect place to organize conferences, banquets, exhibitions, fairs or gala dinners.
This place has a beautiful view at the football pitch and the modern tribune of this 4-star (highest recommendation of UEFA) object. From here there is also access to the VIP tribune (capacity of 2600).
There is also a possibility to hold an event in a big, modern tent which can be localized on the football pitch. This solution was already proven few times, for example during the COP19 conference in 2013
Warsaw – Expo XXI
EXPO XXI Warsaw offers 13,500 sqm of column free indoor space + conference space.
The conference level is located on the first floor in Hall 2 in the central part of the EXPO XXI. It comprises conference rooms A, B and C for 50, 120 and 500 people respectively.
Hala 1 - 5250 m2
Hala 2 - 1050 m2
Hala 3 - 3600 m2
Hala 4 – 3600m2
Warsaw – Accommodation
Total number of all available hotels
TOP FIVE HOTELS
Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel Warsaw
ul. Grzybowska 24, 00-132, Warszawa, Polska
The Westin Warsaw
al. Jana Pawla II 21, 00-854, Warszawa, Polska
Al. Jerozolimskie 65/79, 00-697, Warszawa, Polska
ul. Prusa 2, 00-493, Warszawa, Polska
Bristol A Luxury Collection
ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 42/44, 00-325, Warszawa, Polska
Warsaw – Old Town with the Royal Castle and Old Market Square
On the UNESCO World Heritage List the only example worldwide of planned and complete reconstruction of historical buildings Royal Castle with its defense wall system and St. John's Cathedral a witness of the most important Events in the history of Poland King Sigismund's III Column - the first secular monument in Poland house of Madame Curiere nowned Polish physicist and chemist, the first woman professor at the Sorbonne, twice awarded the Nobel Prize
Warsaw – Royal Route
Starts at Zamkowy Square and goes through Łazienki Królewskie to Wilanów
One of the most representative arteries of the city which combines a series of old royal residences, famous monuments and churches including the Holy Cross Church with urn containing the heart of Fryderyk Chopin as well as Presidential Palace and other governmental buildings.
Warsaw – Royal Łazienki Park
Most beautiful park in Warsaw
Occupies 76 hectares of the city center with lovely Palace on the Water, Summer residence of the last King of Poland, Stanisław August Poniatowski
Warsaw – Palace of Culture and Science
Warsaw – POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews
Journey through 1000 years of the history of Polish Jews
Reconstruction of the polychrome wooden ceiling of the lost 17th-century wooden synagogue of Gwoździec