Breakfast markets in Warsaw are held in the summer season in several places outside the tourist area. This is the best alternative for the “international” breakfast in the hotel. In addition, you get to know areas of Warsaw that are otherwise reserved only for locals.
The breakfast markets are a really cool idea and absolutely recommendable. The concept is very simple: the organiser organises a market with stalls offering their products to the guests. The exhibitors take care of the cooking, the organiser organises the rest, i.e. seating, cutlery, crockery, bins and media presence. The selection of the exhibitors is carefully checked. One notices at every stand that quality of the products is at the top of the priority list.
Guests feel like they are in a land of milk and honey. The atmosphere is very relaxed and calm.
What should you bring to the spot?
We recommend to bring a picnic blanket. Once the first bites have been devoured, the desire for a snooze comes. This is not so easy on a wooden bench.
In recent years there has been the possibility to borrow a blanket. However, we don’t want to promise anything false.
You can pay by card at all the stands. Nevertheless, we recommend taking some cash with you.
Type of activity
In the touristic area?
How to get?
The breakfast markets are free of charge. The prices for the products are a little higher than usual, but believe us: it’s worth it!
Website of the organizer
The breakfast markets are held on meadows. Access is therefore somewhat difficult for wheelchair users.
All images © Walking Poland
Address: Aleja Wojska Polskiego, where it is intersected by Smiala Street.
Nearby is a monument with striking wings of the Polish Hussaria
Address: Skwer AK Granat, at the intersection of the streets Wielicka and Woronicza.
Nearby is the Dunikowski Museum and the Krolikarnia Palace. This breakfast market is very easy to reach by tram.