The Fanzone at the Palace of Culture is being constructed as we speak and with just over a week to go, it's all in good time. The biggest Fanzone in Poland, there will be enough room for 100,000 fans and with 5 big screens there should be enough places to watch the matches, sink a few lagers and enjoy a kielbasa (Polish sausage - goes great with beer).
Carlsberg is the dominant alcoholic beverage in the zone, with a number of different beer tents and Coca Cola has a few stalls for the kids. There will also be Maccy Ds, an Adidas shop, a kids play area and a VIP tent in the zone, with lots of seating and chill out areas (plus a selection of local gastronomical delights). Nobody knows what to expect and it's now the calm before the storm. The Fanzone has already been fenced off with the last minute touches being sorted out before the fans arrive. Get to the Fanzone by coming out of Warsaw's Central Station and head for the Palace of Culture, a few metres away.
Go get in the zone.
Jon Green - A British expat in Warsaw (Warszawa)
Blogging, photos and videos about Warsaw. Showcasing the new and the old, the modern versus the abandoned and forgotten and a view of the city you might not otherwise see.
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