The night is still young and you feel like going out in the city? A whole array of places awaits you, such as the popular clubs at Plac Zbawiciela or the hot bars and clubs by the Vistula, where the nightlife gets going in the summertime. If you want to party, check out the party zone on Parkingowa, Nowogrodzka and Mazowiecka Streets. If you want to see the city’s skyline from a top floor, no problem. There are clubs with such panoramic views.


Clubs by the Vistula

When visiting Warsaw in the summer, you simply have to go to the river. The relaxed atmosphere, outdoor parties, live music, and lounging on deckchairs make the riverside a great place to spend the night in Warsaw. The greatest number of clubs are between the Poniatowski Bridge and Czerniakowski Point by the Flotylla Wiślana Boulevard. There are also the Karski Boulevards and the La Playa Club on the Praga side of the Vistula.

Parkingowa, Żurawia and Nowogrodzka Streets

If you’re looking for a place to go clubbing in Warsaw, then this is the place for you. Diverse music, different styles – there is something for everyone. Most clubs are on Żurawia and Nowogrodzka Streets close to Parkingowa Street.

Mazowiecka Street

One street, yet so many possibilities. For years, this place has attracted crowds for its party atmosphere. There are clubs with a long history and places that are completely new. The neighbourhood of Nowy Świat and Kredytowa Streets offers very interesting clubbing possibilities.

Kredytowa Street

This is one of the more interesting party offers in Warsaw. Live music and an offbeat atmosphere is what you’ll find on Kredytowa.

The Pavilions

Just enter the gate marked Nowy Świat 22/28 and you will find yourself in a completely different world. The Pavilions, as they are known, occupy the space in between historical townhouses. The place is great for grabbing a bite to eat at night, having a beer, chilling out and partying. A good spot for both before and after parties.

Vistula Boulevards, fot. Warszawska Organizacja Turystyczna
Vistula Boulevards, fot. Warszawa
Warsaw by night, fot. Daria Pawęda

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