What To Do in Warsaw When It Rains?

Posted by PaulinaSpadlo | October 21, 2016

What To Do in Warsaw When It Rains?

 

1. Explore cosy cafes

 

Find your favorite cafe, take your friends, enjoy warm chocolate and play board games with them. Watching the pouring rain from behind the glass is always better than standing in it. 🙂  List of recommended cafes by us you can find here.  

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2. Play PlayStation at Pepe Housing office or at Level Up

 

You are always welcome (when we’re open) to play FIFA, boxing or races at our office at square Bankowy 2, so if you need some entertainment drop by. If you somehow don’t like our company :)) you can visit pub “Level Up” at ul. Moliera 4/6 which offers different kinds of entertainment and good pizza so it’s a perfect alternative for a rainy day.


3. Go to museum

 

If you would like to get to know polish culture & art better , rainy days are perfect to do that. Additionally, if you don’t want to spend any money on that, we created a schedule when you can go to museum for free, available here.


4. English friendly cinema in Warsaw



So if you don’t know yet, we have english-friendly cinema in Warsaw. If you feel like watching some alternative movies, go to http://www.kinolab.art.pl/ and check the options. As well, such cinemas as Multikino or CinemaCity often display movies in english with polish subtitles so you just need to check the films with ‘napisy’(subtitles) and you can enjoy new Bridget Jones.


5. Copernicus Science Centre

 

Copernicus Centre is a great way to spend time in educational way, this place proves science can be fun for all generations. The Centre is fulfilled with over 400 exhibits, including interactive games and challenges. Website: http://www.kopernik.org.pl/en/

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6. Escape room



If you haven’t been to room escape yet, it’s high time to go there! Take your friends and challenge yourselves. You have one hour to get out and plenty mysteries to solve. There are many different kinds of escape rooms available in english and most of them you can find here: https://lockme.pl/warszawa/

Blog Comments

During rainy days I usually hang out with my friend in some cozy places like cafes or bars. My favourite one in Warsaw is definitely Bubbles Bar in the Old Town. The atmosphere is amazing, cozy and casual and their food is always delicious. And I am in love with their homemade wines. It is my go-to spot in Warsaw:)

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