Let us show you a bit of Warsaw. That city is not only about Lazienki Park or Palace of Culture. It’s something more. Much more!


ESCAPE PLAN is a converted into reality “Room Escape” video game (Real Life Escape Game). Players are locked in a room from which they must escape within 60 minutes. They need to find hints that will lead them to the door key. To do this they must solve many tricky riddles, perform challenging manual tasks and work together as a team.

Real Life Escape Games have become a real phenomenon in recent years in many countries worldwide, such as Japan, Malaysia, China, USA. Now you can also take part in one, in Escape Plan in Poland!

Players are locked in a mysterious room, where tips are hidden that can help them get out. Participants have to show various abilities to escape before the time’s up. It sounds obvious but it’s not that easy! There are lots of puzzles to be solved first… The game is for a group of 2 to 5 people. It is important to work together, use logical thinking and act fast. Escape Plan is great fun, creating an atmosphere of excitement and constant surprise. It is a unique experience! And obviously… a huge satisfaction for those who make it out!



Polish Your Cooking

POLISH YOUR COOKING is showing foreign guests what Polish cuisine is all about. Their classes are a unique experience of cooking the most delicious and known Polish dishes.

When you visiting they, not only will you learn how to prepare polish culinary wonders, but also you will hear why we stuff cheese and potatoes into dough, what is the difference between Pierogi and Pyzy, or is Bigos cooked with vodka?

They run our classes in Polish, English and Spanish. For corporate clients, students or kids – everyone can learn how to cook 🙂




The Dramatic Theatre has been one of Poland’s most interesting theatres of the post-World War II era and has invariably had a reputation for excellent acting and for tackling important, contemporary issues. Its history reflects not only what has occurred in stage art during the last fifty years, but also the fate of the Polish population during the last several decades.

Named in honor of famous polish actor Gustaw Holoubek, this is a theatre with complicated plays that are guaranteed to leave the monoglot baffled. Its list of productions is international with anything and everything. For example, a Balkan Erotic Epic by Marina Abramović went down very well.




In one of the most modern planetarium in Europe,  it is possible to see movies related to sky and space, nature and the theory of evolution. The planetarium, covered by a dome with 16 meters’ diameter, allows visitors to travel to the most distant places in outer space, down the volcano or to go back to the origins of life on Earth. Due to applying modern multimedia technologies, spectators have the impression of getting immersed in the worlds which they observe, and which are normally unavailable to them. Animals from the depths of the ocean, microorganisms not visible to the naked eye, creatures from millions of years ago are at arm’s reach.




The Warsaw Fotoplastikon, built in the early 20th century is the only one in Poland – and one of the very few in the world – that is still in perfect working condition. It’s archives have over 3000 original photographs from Warsaw and around the globe. The Fotoplastikon’s archives have over 3000 original photographs from around the globe, starting with photos documenting the opening of the Suez Canal, through to expeditions to Spitzbergen, an unknown side of Japan, and of course, images of Warsaw at the turn of the century. In the years before the war, the Fotoplastikon was mostly used for educational purposes, providing current photographs of the most remote and hard-to-reach parts of the world.




Built in 1897, the factory was part of the so-called ‚Warsaw Rectification in Praga’ (Rektyfikacja Warszawska na Pradze) and until very recently, the Koneser Vodka Distillery factory had its headquarters here. Pure spirits were produced, as were several types of quality lesser spirits and wines. Many well-known domestic and foreign brands of spirits – including the most famous Polish vodkas such as Wyborowa, Luksusowa and Żubrówka – were created at the factory.

The factory is an interesting example of industrial architecture from a century ago, with many of the buildings in Gothic style, and the front gate resembling a small castle. Surprisingly, some of the buildings survived World War II and are in quite good condition, which means that many interesting small elements of the architecture – such as the Ancres forged in steel, the hand-carved crowns of roses and the arc lamps – are actually original.