Things Worth Knowing about Warsaw
Warsaw was founded in the early 14th century. It soon became one of the most important towns of Mazowia and it became its’ Capital in 1413. In 1596 King Zygmunt III Waza moved the Polish capital from Krakow to Warsaw.
The most elegant houses of Warsaw align the Royal Way, which links the three royal residences: the Royal Castle, the Łazienki Palace and Park, and the Wilanów Palace.
Today the city has 1.7 million inhabitants. It is a modern city, full of attraction.
Cultural Events & Entertainment
As the campus is not separated, students enjoy easy access to all city facilities, such as cinemas, theatres, museums, opera, restaurants, pubs and athletics clubs.
Number of theatres: ca 30
There is wide range of cinemas in Warsaw. You may opt for a small private one or a modern multiplex cinema.
Prices of tickets (approximately): 13 PLN (ca 3 €) from Monday to Thursday and on Fridays till 5.00 pm and 25 PLN (ca 5 €) on Fridays after 5.00 pm and during weekends.
Prices of tickets: The prices may vary from 20 PLN to 100 PLN (ca 5.0–25 €)
Address: Teatr Wielki – Opera Narodowa, plac Teatralny, 00-950 Warsaw
Tickets may be purchased directly at a bookstall on a metro and bus station or in the post office. The tickets are valid in every type of public transport such as subway, trams and buses. The Student Card of Warsaw Agricultural University entitles you to 50% discount for the tickets (students’ discount).
You can choose one of the following types of ticket:
Trains & Buses
If you like to visit other parts of Poland you can travel either by train or bus. We recommend you visiting Kraków, Wrocław, Poznań, Gdańsk, Kazimierz nad Wisłą. There is a discount for students.
Updated timetable of trains may be found on a web page (in English):