Visiting the National Stadium in Warsaw
Home to Poland’s national football team, the National Stadium in Warsaw is the premier location for local and international football matches like the 2014–15 UEFA Europe League final. Football and sporting enthusiasts should make sure it is on their itinerary when visiting the city.
Visitors looking for accommodation in Warsaw near the National Stadium will be well served at the Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel, Warsaw. They can catch a train from the Warszawa Ochota station near the hotel. Alternatively, the National Stadium is a short 11-minute drive from the hotel. The National Stadium will be easy to spot: its exterior is proudly decked out with red and white panels – Poland’s national colours.
A centre for sport and culture in Warsaw
With a seating capacity of 58,145, generous underground parking, a retractable roof to keep the pitch dry when it rains and a heated pitch for the winter, it is one of the most well-equipped and modern stadiums in the region. Besides football matches, it plays host to a wide range of events like music concerts and cultural events.
Staying at the Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel, Warsaw
For a hotel in Warsaw, Poland near transport links and the city’s best attractions, visitors need look no further than the Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel, Warsaw.
This upscale hotel boasts a gym, a hair salon, spacious and modern rooms and a spa where guests can indulge in a steam in the sauna or a therapeutic massage. Afterwards, guests can get to know the real Poland by sampling authentic Polish cuisine in one of the hotel’s two restaurants.