2. Warsaw, Poland
Things to see: The Old Town or Stare Miasto (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Palace of Culture or Palace Kultury i Nauki, the Prague Castle and the Wilanow Royal Palace.
Trivia: The symbol of the city is a mermaid and Warsaw is also called the “Phoenix City”, because it was rebuilt after the war.
Useful information: The Fryderyk Chopin Warsaw Airport is located 8 miles south from the city centre. There are two bus stations: Warszawa Stadion, with direct buses to the east, and Warsaw Zachodnia for all other directions.
Where to celebrate: The huge fan zone is Defilad Square, next to the train station, accommodating 100,000 fans who will be able to watch the games from six big screens. It will stay open from 10am to 1 am.
In the Old Town you will find numerous bars, cafés and restaurants – just take a walk and pick the ones you like best.
Stadium: National Stadium in Warsaw (Narodowe), capacity 58,500 spectators.
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- 28/06 semifinals Q1 and Q3