January 22, 2022


The Trip Encyclopedia

Top Things To Do In Warsaw At Night

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1. Take a Tour of the Old Town

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Warsaw was severely damaged during the Second World War, and its Old Town was almost destroyed.
That is why most “old” buildings have only some fragments of the walls that are old. In some constructions, everything was replaced.
Nevertheless, the old part of the capital of Poland is a wonderful and very pleasant place for walking at night when there are not so many tourists around. Note that many tour guides organize night walking tours around the Old Town.

2. Walk Along the Vistula Embankment

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The embankment of the night Vistula blossoms with many lights on both sides of the river and has many bridges. One of the best panoramas along the street is seen from the bridge next to the Royal Square: on one side you can see Prague Park, on the other hand – the gardens of the Royal Palace and the Palace “Under the Bleak.”

3. Drink Beer Like a Local

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You can taste traditional Polish sorts of beer – Lech, Tyskie, Żubr, and Żywiec. However, if you want to try real “live” beer, then go to Restauracja Pianka where you can taste beer together with traditional Polish snacks – potato pancakes, sheep’s cheese and even more.
There are about 20 different beers are served at the same time. All sorts of beer are written on the board at the entrance. The assortment is changing from time to time so that it would not be annoying for permanent customers.

4. Party Hard in the Pawilony Street

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Pawilony Street (full name is Pawilony Nowy Świat) is the epicenter of Warsaw’s nightlife. This is a street with approximately 20 bars and other entertainment venues in different styles.
Klaps nightclub entertains anyone – it is loud, bright and impressive.
Femme Fatale is a pretty cool bar club, which is famous for its music and many attractions.

5. Visit Level 27

It is time to enjoy at Level 27 housed in the heart of the city. Located on the 27th floor, this awesome place gives you an opportunity to enjoy the gorgeous sunrise and sunset view while in Warsaw. The nightclub has two distinct sections. an indoor area which is the central part of the club and an open terrace. You can have a rocking night at this amazing nightclub. Eat, drink, dance and this place will drive you crazy!
Additional details:

Address: Al. Jerozolismkie 123 A
Reservations: +48 733 661 094


6. Listen to Amazing Music

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Tygmont Bar has one of the most exciting jazz programs in Warsaw. When it comes to free music, visit Jadtodajnia Filozoficzna to listen to ethnic, punk music. Don’t hesitate to go to Cafe Vogue where you want to listen to soul, funk, latino music styles.
Fashionable local and foreign DJs perform in Piekarnia and Hybrydy clubs. Moreover, there are a lot of alcohol and exciting people.

7. Play in Casino

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There are several casinos in the city in popular hotels. There is a famous casino “Marriott”, which is open in the same building with the hotel “Victoria”.
If you are looking for more intensive casino experience, visit the Casino Royal near the President Palace.

8. Drink Whiskey Over the Night

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Cocktail Bar Max & Dom Whisky is the most prominent whiskey bar in Warsaw. “Dom Whisky” can be translated as the House of Whiskey because everything inside is dedicated to whiskey and alcohol cocktails. Be ready because most Polish people drink a lot, that’s why the choice of drinks is impressive. And you will never be bored in any house of whiskey in Poland.
There are also two terraces where you can cool off a bit and enjoy the night sky view. On Fridays and Saturdays, the club is open until 5 am, on the remaining days until midnight.

9. Smoke Shisha in Bollywood Lounge

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Bollywood Lounge is a restaurant, club and shisha bar at the same time. It’s an excellent place for entertainment with a strong reputation. In the club, you can see a mixed crowd, and the same diverse music – from Polish bands to Indian melodies (and the staff here, mostly Indians).
The club is open from Friday to Sunday from 12 p.m. to 4 am.

10. Experience Polish Folklore in Dekada Klub

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Dekada Bar is the centerpiece of folklore in the capital. The music is changing every day, and on the weekends you will mostly listen to diabolical and fresh European and American hits.
Moreover, there are interesting themed parties quite often! The club is open until 3 or 5 am.

11. Watch the Show in the Multimedia Fountain Park

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Multimedia fountains attract tourists from all over the world because they combine world hits with a light water show. Multimedia fountains in Warsaw are located in a beautiful environment near the Old Town and the Vistula – on Podzamcze.
Astounding laser animations appear on the haze from the sprayed water from time to time. The symbol of Warsaw the Siren appears on the pedestal, swims under the bridge, and then travels to the city by car.
The shows are accompanied by music – both classical (Chopin) and pop, for example, songs of Lady Gaga.
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