Thetraveljunkie.org – When in Munich, the alarm sounds at 4am in the morning. We close our suitcases and leave hotel. The sprawling capital of Poland is waiting for us. In Warsaw, it’s the Muzant, entered on our Must-Visit List, it’s Warsaw’s secret music paradise. And, if I were not a travel blogger, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.
In the era of iPods and the shuffle button we’ve forgotten what it’s like to savor an album as a whole. Gregor that run the basement shop definitely leave you to your own devices. So you’re welcome to browse their extensive collection of second-hand LPs ranging across all genres, for as long as you please, without being disturbed. Scour through crooners like Simon & Garfunkel, Elvis and Leonard Cohen or Spanish tango and Polish jazz.
With music everything is better. And wirth vinyls and CDs so much better. Music is important but we need to create a good atmosphere.
For you all, music lovers. Well, this post is for you. We recommend this place to all. Here are some photos!
ul. Warecka 4/6, tel. 22 826 1216, www.muzant.pl.
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