Christmas Market in Warsaw
First of all- sorry for bad quality od pictures. We forgot to insert SD card to our camera, so we had to make photos at Christmas Market in Warsaw by our iPhone.
From the beginning of December till the beginning of January. Opening hours:
Monday- Friday: 3.30 p.m.- 10 p.m.
Saturday- Sunday: 10.a.m- 10 p.m.
Christmas Eve 10 a.m.- 2 p.m., Christmas Day 1 p.m.- 10 p.m., Boxing Day 10 a.m.- 10 p.m.
New Year’s Eve 10 a.m.- 1 a.m., New Year’s Day 1 p.m.- 22 p.m., January 6th 10 a.m.- 10 p.m.
What to eat and drink?
1. Bread with lard
Traditional Polish food. It’s called ‘chleb ze smalcem’, ‘pajda ze smalcem’ or ‘swojska pajda ze smalcem’. It’s really unhealthy but very tasty!
Lard is white mass made from pork’s fat with the addition of onion and apple.
Bread with lard is the best with sour cucumber.
If you are not vegetarian, you’ll love food on Christmas Market in Warsaw!
You can choose from sausages, bratwurst, knuckles, pork neck and many more.
Everything is fresh, cheap and delicious.
3. Punch and hot wine
Hot wine is as good as on Christmas Market in Krakow. You need to try it :).
There’s even hot punch as an alcohol replacement for children!
What to buy?
1. Warm sheep’s wool slippers
Poland is famous from sheep’s wool. On Christmas Market in Warsaw, you can buy beautiful and warm slippers made from it.
2. Polish handicrafts
On Christmas Market in Warsaw, you can also buy traditional handmade tablecloths.
It’s worth to buy them because they are unique, high quality and pretty cheap, comparing to prices in other. countries.
Lollipops, candies, cookies… You can buy them on every Christmas Market.
It’s the same on Christmas Market in Warsaw :).
4. Christmas clothes and decorations
Cute Christmas jumpers, Christmas baubles or even artificial pine trees.
You can find it all on Christmas Market in Warsaw :).
What to do?
There’s not much to do on Christmas Market in Warsaw.
The best what we can offer to you is going to Stadion Narodowy iceskating.