About Służewiec Racecourse
Tribune II, Warsaw’s historic venue opened in 1939, was then and is now appreciated as a space suitable for the organisation of medium and large events. The main event hall has over 1.800 m2 of free space, is 11 meters high, and the spacious interior is an undoubted asset of the facility, to which the „Rotunda”, a fully glazed semi-circular room of another 450 m2, adjoins. Additional advantages of the hall are the two internal levels which can be adapted as a technical zone and a VIP area. Both the Rotunda and the event hall have their own independent entrances. In addition to the representative space of the Rotunda, there are also two technical rooms adjacent to the main hall, each with an area of over 200 m2 and a separate exit from the building and entrance to the main hall.
Sanitary facilities are adequate for large and even very large events. The area of sanitary back-up facilities is over 200 m2, divided into 6 segments, including 2 segments adapted for people with disabilities. The event hall and sanitary facilities are connected through a hall with an area of over 700 m2, the adaptation of which gives additional possibilities of preparation, from a cloakroom for guests, through technical facilities, to additional event space.