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Ask Your ConciergeHilton Warsaw concierge Adam Podgórski
The summer this year made us used to high temperatures, however the cool and short autumn days will come before we know it. To help take your minds off the traditionally melancholic weather, I have prepared some ways for you to spend the next two autumnal months. Besides visiting Warsaw’s clubs or restaurants, I would also warmly encourage you take into consideration the following suggestions when planning your October and November afternoons.

Let me start with something for soccer fans, who have a lot to look forward to this fall because of the qualifiers for  EURO 2016 in France. The Polish national side will face the team from Germany (11.10) and Scotland(14.10) at the city’s National Stadium. Tickets are available on Also the Polish champions –Legia Warszawa are competing in the UEFA Europa League, where you have the chance of seeing some great teams at the “Pepsi Arena”( Lazienkowska street).

There’s a lot to choose from the Warsaw cultural calendar in the next two months as well. I would like to recommend one of the festivals  - the Free Form Festival. It’s a unique and unusual Polish-wide cultural project. The Festival presents modern and independent music and art in an urban environment (Soho Factory, 25 Minska street) and its purpose is to showcase new trends in the world of musical and artistic works. 

Our capital will also give you the great opportunity to hear and see many famous and well-known music stars. The following is a list of the most interesting shows in my opinion: 

03.10 James Blunt Moon Landing 2014 World Tour (; 

04.10 Chris Botti (;

13.10 Lindsey Stirling (,,, );

24.10 John Legend ( );

02.11 One Republic  ( / );

03.11 Lisa Stansfield (

*All concerts will take a place at Torwar Hall (Lazienkowska street 6A)

The National Opera at the Teatr Wielki (Great Theatre) has also prepared a great repertoire for the next two months. Fans of the ballet can have no complaints this autumn:

01.10/02.10/05.10/21.11 “ROMEO AND JULIET” (Sergei Prokofiev / Krzysztof Pastor);

11.10/12.10 / 14.10 / 21.11 “OBSESSIONS”  (Adagio & Scherzo; Returning Waves; Moving Rooms: Schubert/ Pastor/ Karlowicz / Wesolowski/  Schnittke/, Górecki/  Eifman )

22.11/23.11 “BEYOND SIN” (BALLET OF ST. PETERSBURG; Modest Mussorgsky, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Richard Wagner).

For more information and other performances  go to

I am also truly excited to inform you that Hilton Warsaw is re-launching its famous family Sunday lunches this October! With live music, excellent kids entertainment and a range of homemade food, we have something for everybody, and all that for a great value price of just 99 PLN (kids up to 6 free of charge, kids 6 – 15 years old at half price)!

We very much look forward to seeing you and your family at Hilton Warsaw!

Adam Podgórski
Head Concierge
Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre

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  • Pan Mazur - USA 08 October 2010
    Great article. As a frequent guest at the Hotel Bristol I can personally vouch for the importance of a good concierge staff. I can also vouch for the GREAT concierge staff at the leMeridien Bristol! Mr. Biales and his staff are, perhaps, the most competant concierge staff in the city. No request is too big or too small. They make things happen when it seems impossible. You picked the cream of the crop, inyourpocket, when you went to the Bristol concierge staff for answers!

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