Your culture attendant: things to do in Warsaw

MONDAY 22ND JULY 2019
A THING TO DO THIS MONDAY

in WARSAW
PRICE: 20 zl (adult)
TIME: 30 mins - 1 hour
Built in the 1950s as a 'gift' from Soviet Russia, the gigantic Palace of Culture and Science (known as PKiN), towering 231m above Warsaw, is not universally liked. Between 10am and 8pm this Monday, get the lift to the 30th floor observation deck for extraordinary views of the city - and if you do hate the building, it's probably the only place in Warsaw where you can't see it!
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WARSAW
52.23°N, 21.01°E

Sunrise: 04:42
Sunset: 20:42
Weather: light rain, 24°C max, 12°C min


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