Pole Mokotowskie, Warsaw

4.5
#7 of 23 in Parks in Warsaw
Metro Pole Mokotowskie is a station on Line M1 of the Warsaw Metro, located in the Mokotów district of Warsaw. It is named after the Pole Mokotowskie park nearby. It is located very close to the Warsaw School of Economics.
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  • Cool paths for cycling/roller skating, wide sidewalks, ice-cream and waffles, small pond where you usually play with the dog and a lot of greenery. Very crowded place so minus 2 stars!!!!
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  • Not a big fan of this park-Nieststey near me the park often in it but it is definitely not a place for a quiet rest-rather another place to meet many people
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  • It's a huge open spaces with many trees. There's spot for everyone, there's benches, trees, hammocks and spots for sitting on the grass. You can train there - I see many runners, rollerbladers and runners. Sometimes, when the weather is good you can see people playing beach volleyball. In the middle of the park there's a pond - a great place for people who come there with children or dogs. It's easy to get there - situated in the central Warsaw this place is surrounded with public transport stations. Summarizing - it's a great place for anyone interested in spending their time outdoors.
  • This is a very large park in a big city: not a unique feature, as many cities have big parks, but this is a good one. Tons of paths, giving you a chance to either walk in the woods or enjoy open fields, plus a lake, interesting sculptures and signage, places to get food and drinks, benches galore if you get tired of walking, and good connections via streetcar, bus, and even Metro to go anywhere you want. Just pay attention to which paths are for pedestrians and which ones are for bikes, and for God's sake watch out for the bane of urban existence, the motorized scooter and all its cousins. These things can really hurt you, and until the companies that put them on the streets get sued out of business, you need to be aware that they can approach soundlessly from behind you, at a relatively high rate of speed, and the strange people operating them seem to get great satisfaction seeing how close they can come to you without actually hitting you. Don't make a sharp move to the left or right unless you're a fan of hospital visits.
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