Diverse, creative, and entirely for free - a gallery of street art masterpieces is awaiting you in various Warsaw districts! Poland’s capital has a lot to offer when it comes to murals, graffiti, and sticker art works.

One of the most famous urban art areas in Warsaw is Praga neighbourhood, located on the eastern side of the Vistula river. You can reach it by either bus, tram, or underground - simply stop Ząbkowska or Dworzec Wileński.

Here’s a list of some of the murals you might come across there:


1. “Desperados” by Aqualoopa (2012) - Ząbkowska 2 Street

Created almost 10 years ago by a Polish painter and animator, Aqualoopa, “Desperados” was meant to promote… yes, you guessed it, the famous beer brand. Although many street art lovers don’t support the idea of urban art being used for commercial reasons, I think it is definitely worth seeing. Its colours refer to the Jamaican culture, while its size is really impressive!


2. ”The Huge Goose” by Diego Miedo (2012) - Brzeska 14A