Służewiec is one of the largest and most beautiful racing tracks in the world and horse racing has a long tradition in the capital. The racing season begins in the spring and runs until the late autumn.ul. Puławska 266 (map)
Warsaw Służewiec is one of the largest and most beautiful racing tracks in the world. This 138-hectare enclave of green in the heart of the city is an attractive place to spend some family time in the fresh air.
Horse racing has a long tradition in the capital, going back to 1777. It was then that the first horse race took place, right in the centre of the city, along Marszałkowska Street, while the first proper horse racing track was designed on the Mokotowskie Fields (Pole Mokotowskie). Finally, the large, main race track was designed at Służewiec, with its official opening taking place in 1939.
The racing season begins in the spring and runs until the late autumn. The most important events of the season are Opening Race Day and the races with the longest traditions, namely the Derby and Wielka Warszawska. On selected days, the races are sponsored by big companies, which organize prestigious closed events during the races. A new owner took over the track in 2008, so it is now undergoing a period of renewal and revitalisation.
Access by bus 300 from Metro Wilanowska Station (the bus runs on Saturdays and Sundays during the racing season).
Common tribune: 5 PLN
Main tribune: 15 PLN, family ticket 25 PLN