Welcome to VeggieWorld Warsaw!
VeggieWorld, one of Europe’s biggest and oldest vegan festivals, is coming to Warsaw!
The number of vegans and vegetarians (over a million right now!), the interest in healthy and sustainable consumption in Poland is constantly growing, and already about 600 companies are producing vegan products. That’s why we decided to organize an event in Warsaw that connects people, raises awareness and allows us to discover the most innovative, extraordinary products – all in a vegan spirit!
VeggieWorld attracts exhibitors from the country but also from abroad. On average, the fair is visited by 8000 people who, besides from taking part in the event itself, have the opportunity to participate in lectures and workshops, which are throughout the fair. All of that makes VeggieWorld a very popular event in many European countries – Germany, France, the Netherlands, Spain or the United Kingdom. Now Poland joins this group – you can not miss it!
Satruday, 18.11.2017 | 10:00 – 18:00
Sunday, 19.11.2017 | 10:00 – 18:00
Admission to the fair is FREE!
Lectures and workshops area
Online tickets: 20 PLN
On the day tickets: 25 PLN
Free entrance to children up to the age of 12 years accompanied by an adult
The schedule and link to buy tickets will be posted here and on our Facebook event soon.
From the Metro Center, exit towards Aleje Jerozolimskie (Jerusalem Avenue) and head for the Vistula. Going further along, go to Krucza street and turn left into it. Then turn left again into Bracka street.
7, 9, 22, 24, 25 – Krucza stop – after leaving the tram go towards Krucza street, then turn left (walking from the center) or right (walking from Vistula) to Krucza street. Then turn left into Bracka street.
117, 127, 128, 158, 171, 175 – Krucza stop – after leaving the tram go towards Krucza street, then turn left (walking from the center) or right (walking from Vistula) to Krucza street. Then turn left into Bracka street.
Parking for visitors
There are parking places near the Dom Towarowy Bracia Jabłkowscy, which are free of charge on weekends. Larger, paid parking is located near Palace of Culture and Science (PKiN) located 600 m from the event venue. There is a place for 1300 cars.
Parking for exhibitors
Information will be available at later date.
The venue is easily accessible. At the entrance of the building there is a ramp, and in the building are lifts.