Visiting Warsaw in winter is quite the experience. Fairy Christmas illuminations, snow sprinkled streets, warm inviting cafés, festive markets streets scattered across the city and parks full of sledging enthusiasts all come together to make a winter break in the Polish capital a truly wonderful experience.

To get into the Christmas spirit, a walk along the beautifully decorated historical Royal Route up to the Old Town is a must. Each year, hundreds of lights in various shapes and colors illuminate the city, making it a perfect setting for unforgettable festive moments.


Poland in winter

A giant Christmas tree is erected in Castle Square. On top of that, Varsovians can enjoy splendid Christmas decorations installed off the beaten track – for example, on Grzybowski Square, the Warsaw Uprising Square, and Wileński Square in the Praga district, on the right bank of the River Vistula. Join locals also for a walk in the gardens of Wilanów Palace. Amazing illuminations can also be admired in the Royal Łazienki Park, which is beautifully decorated, with a wonderful Christmas tree set in front of the Palace on the Isle. And for a magnificent panoramic view of the illuminated city, go after dark to the 30th floor terrace of the Palace of Culture and Science, the tallest building in Warsaw.


Poland in winter

In the Christmas shopping season, shops in Warsaw draw Varsovians’ attention as much for their sparkling festive window displays as for the shopping itself. Holiday deals, discounts, coupons, one-day-only specials, and sales make your Christmas shopping easier on your wallet.
Varsovians have at their disposal around 20 shopping malls. The three largest shopping centres – Arkadia, Galeria Mokotów and Złote Tarasy are located near the city centre. The latter is best known for its spectacular architecture, especially its signature wavy glass ceiling.


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Varsovians bravely face winter temperatures and truly enjoy seasonal outdoor sporting activities. The ice skating rink in the Old Town Square, surrounded by picturesque, colourful houses, is a winter attraction not to be missed. There are also various hills in the many parks for sledging enthusiasts to take advantage of (Królikarnia, Moczydło and Skaryszewski Park).
The well-known Górka Szczęśliwicka slope is a perfect place for those who want to mix up traditional visits to the city landmarks with speeding downhill, skimming just over the snow. Last but not least, cross-country skiing is growing in popularity and is well worth checking out. Explore the best tracks in the Bielany district and in Powsin, near Warsaw.
Every year, the “PGE Narodowy” stadium invites everyone to enjoy the largest ice park in Poland. With its huge ice rink, skate park, curling sheet, multi-lane slides, and all sorts of musical and sporting events.


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Every year Christmas markets return to Warsaw with their goods and goodies. The most attractive and popular stalls are set in the picturesque surroundings of the Old Town – on the Market Square and around the Barbican. Wooden stalls are filled with ceramics, jewellery, candles, amber, hand-made crafts.
Over the Christmas season, some Warsaw markets feature not only Polish exhibitors, but also those from Czech, Ukraine, Croatia and Lithuania, offering interesting goods and delicious food typical of their home countries.
While soaking up the festivity, why not warm up with some steaming mulled wine and try the seasonal specialty loved by the Poles – hot beer with honey and spices. Why not let your nose lead you to one of the food stalls where you can try various traditional treats. For example, bigos made with stewed sauerkraut, meat and sausage, barszcz – a beetroot soup served with tiny dumplings stuffed with a mix of dried mushrooms and fried onion, pierogi in their festive version with sauerkraut and dried ceps, gołąbki – cabbage rolls stuffed with buckwheat and dried forest mushrooms, and oscypek – a salty Polish smoked cheese made from sheep’s milk, grilled on an outdoor barbeque and served with a side of cranberry preserve. Christmas markets are also heaven for those with a sweet tooth, with offerings of traditional Polish Christmas cakes such as makowiec – poppy-seed cake – and piernik – old Polish gingerbread full of exotic spices, including ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg.

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    Organizing different forms of events: entertainment, cultural, sporting, adventure and trip


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Power it is a resident of willingness and enthusiasm with professional knowledge, perfect organization and attention to the smallest details. Due to a combination of creativity with ability to detailed planning of events and trips for companies we are a reliable partner for our Customers. We gained trust of many companies which regularly use our services.

POWER Agency is a professional organizer of events and trips for companies and institutions.

We are a prizewinner of many awards: Solidna Firma, Platynowy Certyfikat Polish Product, Firma Roku, MP Power Awards 2012, medal of Meeting Planner in category Event/Service of the year, Polskiego Internetu in category "Entertainment and i Recreation" and certificate of „Wiarygodna Firma”

The beginnings of the Agency started in 1997, when we started organizing skiing trips. We gradually started expanding our offer so finally we became one of the most recognized agencies in Poland. We have been developing since then, every day we get new experience.

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Power Liabinilty Limited Company has got an entry to the registration of organizers and touristagents in Mazovian province no 1279.

There are some of the compnaies which trusted our creativity: Coca-Cola HBC Polska, Polkomtel, Polsat Cyfrowy, Grupa Polsat, UEFA, Avon, IKEA, Chiessi, Adamed, Strabag, Tech-Data, Tech-Pomp, TravelPort, Bosch, Honda, Pol-Mot, Diageo, Play, Nestle, AXN, Canal+, Ariston, Volkswagen Leasing Polska, Unilever, Shell, Telekomunikacja Polska, Quintiles, Smith and Nephew, Kerel, Teleroute, Wavin, SCA Hygiene Products, Honda Matraszek, Groupon, Tork, Strabag, Polska Wytwórnia Papierów Wartościowych, Bre Bank, Simens, PZU, Kredyt Bank, MultiRadio, Britenet, TravelPort, SafeLaw, AXN, Citrix, BlueSoft, Dr Gerard, Expo Arena, Mice Poland, G&GStudio, IBE, Raben.

All our employees are sport enthusiasts and actively spend their time. In our ranks there are basketball, hockey, diving, skiing, snowboarding, kitesurfing, sailing, canoeing, trekking, dancing, football, jogging, rafting and squash lovers. We also have team members who are fascinated by dogs and ecology.

We as a company eagerly take part in sporting activities such as: Bieg Rzeźnika, Ekiden, Warsaw Busiines Run, Projekt Zobaczyć Morze.

Olga Krzemińska-Zasadzka, Managing Director of our agency, she is a Vice President of Event Industry Association. She is very active as a member of Association of Incentive Travel Organizers /SOIT/, Polish Conference and Congress Association /SKKP/ and international organization which associates more than 2000 companies from all over the world site Global /Society for Incentive Travel Excellence/.

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