BachataStars Poland 2023

🗓 When: 30th June – 2nd July 2023
🌐 Where: Warsaw, Poland
📍 Location: Tadeusza Czackiego 3/5, 00-043 Warsaw, Poland

You may be thinking how can it be there will be a Bachata event in Poland?
You may be surprised by the level of the bachata community.

If you are doubting about visiting Poland for your first Bachata event,
after reading this post, you will book your tickets!

Do you want to know more?

  • 4 hours of workshops with one of the top Spanish couples
  • 6 hours of classes with some of the most famous bachata instructors,
  • 3 nights of parties,
  • shows,
  • competitions…

Do you need anything else to book the tickets?
discover the list of artists.

Line up of artists

In this Polish festival, there will be a mix of Spanish and local Polish couples.

🇪🇸Kike and Nahir
The well-known couple directly from Cadiz, south of Spain, will be the main artists of this event.
This is not the first time for the Spanish-Argentinian couple teaching and performing in Poland, if you love passion in dancing, you will love seeing this couple.

Representing the local country and most of the top bachata cities in Poland, there will be the well-known couples:

🇵🇱Gregory and Karolina

🇵🇱Daniel and Monika

🇵🇱Kriss and Natalia

These couples are common guests in the main bachata events in Poland such as Warsaw Bachata Meet Up, Bachatero.
Very experienced couples, with great energy , very worth to attend their master classes.


Where is the BachataStars POLAND 2023?

The event will take place in Warsaw, the capital of Poland.
First time in Warsaw?
No worries,
down below you can see more details what to visit in this unknown city.

The location is on:
Warszawski Dom Technika NOT – Tadeusza Czackiego 3/5, 00-043 Warszawa, Poland

When is the BachataStars POLAND 2023?

🗓30th June 2023 – 2nd July 2023
No need for you to bring your winter jacket!
The average temperature in Warsaw during that period is above 20 degrees.

Prices for the BachataStars POLAND 2023

FULL PASS 62 euro (280 PLN)
Group FULL PASS 57 euro (252 PLN)
Current price until 31.03.2023

How to buy the tickets for BachataStars POLAND 2023

there is no option to buy the tickets online ☹

You can buy the tickets directly by contacting the organizers of the event.

No worries, it is very simple.
Let me tell you how.

  • Write an email to:
  • Include:
  • Your name
  • Surname
  • Email
  • Phone number (include your country code – ie Poland: +48 , Spain: +34 …)
  • Attach print screen of the bank transfer.

Payment details:
Account name: Salsa Clasica
IBAN: PL72114020040000320273153200
Subject of the email: BachataStars Poland 2023 name and surname

Note the bank account is Polish.
If you have a Polish bank account do a normal transfers,
otherwise you can use banks such as Revolut, N26..

Contact and official websites

You can see the official Facebook event here and the official website here

If you have some spare time between workshops and socials,
some info about the city that you may find helpful.

What to do in Warsaw

Here are some of the best things to do in Warsaw for three days that will make you fall in love with this amazing city.

Day 1:
Explore the Old Town and the Royal Castle.
Start your adventure in Warsaw by visiting the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that dates back to the 13th century.

Here you can admire the colorful buildings, the charming market square, and the impressive Royal Castle, where the Polish kings used to live.

You can also visit the Warsaw Uprising Museum, which tells the story of the heroic resistance against the Nazi occupation in 1944.

For lunch, try some of the local specialties, such as pierogi (dumplings), bigos (stewed cabbage and meat), or żurek (sour rye soup).

Day 2:
Discover the Palace of Culture and Science and the Copernicus Science Centre on your second day, and get ready to be amazed by the Palace of Culture and Science, a monumental skyscraper that dominates the skyline of Warsaw.

This iconic building was a gift from Stalin to the Polish people in 1955, and it houses various cultural and educational institutions, such as theaters, cinemas, museums, and libraries.

You can take an elevator to the 30th floor and enjoy a panoramic view of the city from the observation deck.

After that,
head to the Copernicus Science Centre, a modern interactive museum that will spark your curiosity and creativity.
Here you can experiment with various exhibits related to physics, biology, astronomy, and more.

Day 3:
Relax in Łazienki Park and enjoy the nightlife On your last day,
treat yourself to some relaxation and nature in Łazienki Park, the largest and most beautiful park in Warsaw.

Here you can stroll along the paths, admire the sculptures and fountains, and visit the elegant Palace on the Isle, a former royal residence surrounded by a lake.

You can also watch the free piano concerts that take place every Sunday at the Chopin Monument, dedicated to the famous Polish composer who was born in Warsaw.

In the evening,
get ready to party like never before in one of the many clubs and bars that Warsaw has to offer.

Whether you prefer bachata, reggaeton, or hip hop,
you’ll find something for your taste and mood.

Don’t miss out on trying some of the local drinks, such as vodka, beer, or mead.

As you can see,
Warsaw is a city that has it all: history, culture, science, nature, and fun.

You’ll never get bored or run out of things to do in this dynamic and diverse place. So don’t hesitate and book your tickets now for the Festival. You won’t regret it!

Where to stay in Warsaw

You love bachata and you want to enjoy the best festivals.
But you also need a place to stay that won’t break the bank.

Don’t worry, we have you covered.
Here are some options of accommodation available in Booking that will suit your needs and budget.

If you want to be close to the action, check out Hostel Helvetia.

This cozy and friendly hostel is located in the heart of the Old Town, just a few minutes walk from the main venues of the festival. You can choose from dorms or private rooms, all with free Wi-Fi and breakfast included. You’ll also have access to a common kitchen, a lounge area and a terrace.

Prices start from 40 PLN per night.

If you prefer a more quiet and comfortable stay, you might like Hotel Gromada Warszawa Centrum.

This 3-star hotel is situated in a convenient location, near the central railway station and the Palace of Culture and Science. You’ll enjoy spacious and clean rooms with private bathrooms, TV and minibar. The hotel also offers a restaurant, a bar and a 24-hour reception.

Prices start from 120 PLN per night.

If you’re looking for something more unique and fun,
why not try Oki Doki ?
This colorful and quirky hostel is decorated with art and graffiti, creating a lively and creative atmosphere.

You can choose from dorms or private rooms, all with free Wi-Fi and lockers. You’ll also have access to a common kitchen, a games room and a garden.

The hostel organizes various events and activities for guests, such as pub crawls, karaoke nights and city tours.

Prices start from 50 PLN per night.

These are just some of the options of accommodation available for your bachata Festival trip to Warsaw.

Don’t miss this opportunity to book your ideal place now and enjoy the best of Polish culture and music.

Where to eat in Warsaw

You love bachata and you will love Warsaw.

But you don’t love spending a fortune on food. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

Here are some options of restaurants for you to try local and international food after an intense night dancing.

If you want to taste the authentic Polish cuisine, head to Bar Mleczny.
These are self-service cafeterias that offer cheap and filling dishes like pierogi, bigos, kotlet schabowy and more.
You can find them all over the Warsaw, but some of the most popular ones are Bar Prasowy, Bar Ząbkowski and Bar Bambino.

If you crave something spicy and exotic, try Mango Vegan Street Food.
This is a vegan restaurant that serves delicious Indian, Thai and Vietnamese dishes.
You can enjoy curries, pad thai, pho and more for a very reasonable price.

The portions are generous and the flavours are amazing.
Plus, you’ll be doing something good for your health and the planet.

If you’re looking for a cozy and romantic place to share a meal with your dance partner, check out Krowarzywa.

This is a vegan burger joint that offers a variety of burgers, wraps, salads and desserts. The burgers are made with fresh and organic ingredients and they are super tasty.

You can also choose from different sauces and toppings to customize your burger.
The atmosphere is warm and friendly, and the staff is very helpful.

If you want to treat yourself to something special, go to Restauracja Zapiecek.

This is a traditional Polish restaurant that specializes in pierogi. You can find all kinds of pierogi here, from savoury to sweet, from meaty to vegetarian.

The restaurant is decorated in a rustic style and it has a live folk music show every evening.
You’ll feel like you’re in a fairy tale.

These are just some of the options of restaurants for you to try in Warsaw. There are many more to discover and enjoy.

So don’t hesitate and book your festival ticket now.
You’ll have the time of your life in this amazing Warsaw.

Other useful information when visiting Warsaw

You’ve been invited to a bachata festival and you can’t wait to dance the night away with your friends.

But before you go, there are some things you need to know about this amazing city and its unique culture.

Here are some tips to help you prepare for your trip and make the most of your time in Warsaw.

First of all, you need to know that Poland does not use the Euro as its currency.

it uses the Polish Zloty (PLN), which is divided into 100 groszy. One zloty is worth about 0.22 EUR as of April 2023.

You can also use your credit or debit card to withdraw cash from ATMs,
but make sure you have a travel card that does not charge conversion fees.

you need to know that Warsaw has two airports:
Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) and Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI).

The former is the main international airport and the hub for LOT Polish Airlines, while the latter is a smaller airport used by low-cost carriers like Wizz Air.

Depending on which airport you land at, you have different options to get to the city centre.

From Chopin Airport,
you can take a train, a bus or a taxi.

The train is the fastest and cheapest option, as it takes only 20 minutes and costs 4.40 PLN (about 1 EUR) to get to Warsaw Central Station.

The bus is also convenient and cheap, as it takes 30 minutes and costs 4.40 PLN to get to the Palace of Culture and Science, a landmark building in the heart of Warsaw.

The taxi is the most comfortable but also the most expensive option, as it takes 20 minutes and costs around 40 PLN (about 9 EUR) to get to the city center.

From Modlin Airport,
you can take a shuttle bus or a taxi.

The shuttle bus is operated by ModlinBus and connects the airport with Warsaw Central Station and other destinations in Warsaw.

It takes about 40 minutes and costs 19 PLN (about 4 EUR) if you book online or 33 PLN (about 8 EUR) if you buy a ticket on board.

The taxi is again the most comfortable but also the most expensive option,
as it takes 40 minutes and costs around 120 PLN (about 30 EUR) to get to the city center.

you need to know that Warsaw uses the plug type F, which is compatible with plug types C and E.

The voltage used in Poland is 230V and the electrical frequency is 50Hz.

If you come from a country that uses a different plug type or voltage, you may need an adapter or a converter to use your electronic devices in Warsaw.

Finally, you need to know that Warsaw is a city full of surprises and wonders. Here are some interesting or funny facts about Warsaw that will make you fall in love with it even more:

Warsaw is known as the “Phoenix Warsaw” because it was almost completely destroyed during World War II and then rebuilt from scratch.
The Old Town, which dates back to the 13th century, was reconstructed with such accuracy and detail that it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980.

Warsaw is one of the greenest cities in Europe, with over 14% of its area covered by woodlands, parks, gardens and nature reserves. You can enjoy the fresh air and the beauty of nature in places like Lazienki Park, Wilanow Park or Kampinos National Park.

Warsaw is the birthplace of many famous people, such as Marie Curie, Frederic Chopin, Joseph Conrad and Roman Polanski.
You can learn more about their lives and achievements in museums, monuments and statues dedicated to them around the Warsaw.

Warsaw is one of the most congested cities in Europe, with drivers spending an average of 106 hours stuck in traffic every year.

However, you can avoid the hassle by using public transportation, such as buses, trams, metro or bikes.

You can also explore the Warsawon foot and discover its hidden gems along the way.

Warsaw has a mermaid as its symbol and protector. According to legend, a mermaid named Syrena came to Warsaw from the Baltic Sea and fell in love with a fisherman. She decided to stay and help the locals defend their city from invaders.

You can find her image on the city’s coat of arms, as well as on statues and fountains around the city.

Warsaw is a city that will captivate you with its history, culture and charm.

It’s also a city that knows how to have fun and dance.

So don’t miss the opportunity to join the bachata festival and enjoy the rhythm and passion of this Latin dance.
You’ll have a blast!

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