From bike rental to river cruises, Warsaw has everything you'd expect of a major European city in terms of fun things to do. It's all rather low-key (and certainly cheaper) than some of the tourist-oriented cities in Western Europe.
Two opera houses and a Philharmonia will keep the music buffs satisfied, while everything else from dance hall revues to casinos and horse-racing should take good care of the rest of us.
I came here for the first time to learn a little bit about Toastmasters and instantly it felt like home. I was warmly welcomed by the members and could feel the genuine spirit of people, that we are all here to improve our speaking skills along as to spend a productive time together. I strongly recommend this group!
Oddajcie mi okulary 3d!!!!!!
Tis amazing mate
I can say most the reviews here are accurate. It was a good chain when there were no other chains. Now, I'd say don't waste your money and find a better club, as there are many out there.
How much salary does staff of multikino have in a month?
I am a dance teacher here in Ukraine, i want to come to poland and learn pollisia dance.what documents are needed for me to enroll in your school and fees for a year?
Escape rooms - great fun! The Crypt is a must on your list. You can find magic/fantasy themed experience with plenty of various puzzles containing a great play with manual and logical ones. Top rated in Warsaw!
run badly, poor service, overcrowded, no towels, rude manager, rude staff,
not so good as it used to be....and new better clubs out there
Not good. Avoid. Good a few years ago maybe. Now overpriced and looking tired. Poor service.