Friday, July 3, 2015

Before I left Warsaw last month, I created a bucket list of items I wanted to do.

One of those items I ticked off was seeing the festive fountain lights at the Podzamcze Multimedia Fountain Park near New Town.  Every Friday and Saturday nights at 9:30 p.m. from June to August (and 9 p.m. in September), the city offers a colorful music and light show that is FREE to the public. Hundreds, if not thousands, of locals and tourists flock here every weekend to watch this spectacular show.
The 30-minute show features 350+ nozzles which are capable of firing water 25 meters into the air over the 3,000-square-meter pond accompanied with fancy flashing lights and stunning visual effects. The last time I went I saw a magician and dancers in the lights. My friends' young children really enjoyed this!
The show really is a delight for children both young and young at heart. Why not take advantage of eating out at one of the many restaurants in Warsaw’s Old or New Town and then head down to the park to watch the show. Definitely get there early if you want to grab a seat on your picnic blanket. Otherwise, just stand back and enjoy!


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jaz@octoberfarm said... cool! did you move???

Joy said...

@Joyce, thank you! Yes, we just moved to Melbourne. I'll be posting new pics from here soon. 😊

jaz@octoberfarm said...

how did i miss this? i thought i read all of your posts? so, you two are now in melbourne? what an adventure! i've never been there though my husband spent quite a bit of time there. are you enjoying it? do you know how long you will be there?

Joy said...

Hi Joyce! Sorry, I did post about our move on my blog's Facebook page. The last few weeks have been a little crazy to try and keep up with the blog.

Looks like we should be in Melbourne for a few months while my hubby assists on a project. Melbourne is a wonderful foodie city, so I think I'm going to like it A LOT! :)