11 May 2024
Take the famous PGE Narodowy stadium, over 50,000 speedway fans and the best riders in the world, and you get the planet’s biggest speedway event! There’s no doubt Warsaw has become one of the most ic... Read more
The world’s best riders go wheel-to-wheel over 23 full-throttle races to crown the weekend’s Speedway GP winner.
Last time in Warsaw
As Poland’s national capital, there is no shortage of things to do away from the racing – however you choose to enjoy your weekend. No visit to Warsaw is complete without a wander through the city’s old town and Castle Square. The Palace of Culture and Science is a must-see, featuring a viewing deck on the 30th floor, which offers panoramic views of Warsaw and is the city’s most visited tourist attraction. Łazienki Królewskie is a stunning palace and park – a popular spot for the locals to spend a Sunday afternoon. Alternatively, enjoy Warsaw’s huge array of shops, bars and restaurants before and after the ultimate day of racing at PGE Narodowy.