If you’ve made good use of the unlimited alcohol on Warsaw Boat Party, joined the pub crawl like us and are anything like us there you are all too familiar with the arch enemy of a good night, the being the next day. To be honest its the morning that can be the hardest, If you can navigate your way through the hazy morning after to one of these top breakfast or brunch stops then you will be on your way to kissing that hangover goodby. The thought “Ill never drink again” will soon be sounding a lot like “maybe a couple of beers tonight”!

Aioli

Coming in number at number 1 on our list is Aioli, in the very heart of central Warsaw, it has a very relaxed vibe with floor to ceiling plants, graffiti murals and some outrages artwork. Mon-Fri they offer breakfast for only 1zl(0.30 Euro cents) with any coffee purchase and on the weekend any coffee for 1zl with breakfast. Don’t be fooled by the prices, its as fresh as fresh can be with bread baked daily. They even have a breakfast pizza for those needing a little extra to push through the morning hangover, plus all the regular breakfast essentials(Bacon sandwich, fresh juice etc).

Aioli has two locations as follows:Address: ul. Świętokrzyska 18, 00-052 Warszawa, +48 22 6572126 Opening hours: Sun -Thur 9:00 am -12:00 am, Fri – Sat 9:00 am -1:00 am

Cafe Bristol

A short walk from the old town Café Bristol was opened in 1901 and for more then a century has been serving as a place, where Warsaw citizens and tourists meet for coffee, breakfast, lunch or a glass of wine. Traditional cakes, that the café is famous for coexist with modern sweets, showcasing artful craftsmanship of the confectionary. This is if you are looking for something a bit more elegant and fancy.

Address: 42/44 Warsaw, PolandOpening hours: Mon – Sun:8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Bułkę przez Bibułkę

For the late risers or those of you that have really delved into the Warsaw nightlife, Bulke Bibulke specialises in all day breakfasts, brunch and sandwiches with a cappuccino included in every breakfast purchase. You can find them at two locations in central Warsaw. It has a very Bohemian vibe and is run by a very young and enthusiastic staff. Prices are very reasonable (at least for breakfast) and the restaurant has a range of gluten free and lactose free options. Stop by if you get the chance. You won’t regret it

Bulke Bibulke has two locations as follows:Address: Puławska 24, 02-512 Warszawa, +48 796 21 44 88Address: Zgoda 3, 00-018 Warszawa, +48 730 28 55 22

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We’ve compiled a detailed list of common scams in Warsaw and tourist traps to watch out for to help you navigate the city safely. If you’re keen on a fun and secure night out in Warsaw, watch out for the below scams. Or check out this guide to Warsaw Nightlife.

The 9 Most Common Scams in Warsaw

Street Girls Scam

When wandering the streets late at night, especially if you’re slightly inebriated, be cautious of two friendly women approaching you. They might claim to be tourists seeking bar recommendations. Be aware; if you don’t resemble Brad Pitt, this might be a setup!

These women often lure unsuspecting individuals to bars where they work. Once inside, they might request you to buy them drinks. The catch is that these drinks are priced exorbitantly, and menus lack price listings. Departing without settling the outrageous bill might involve an intimidating confrontation with security personnel.

Flower Gift Scam 

As you stroll through Warsaw’s Old Town, children might offer you roses, claiming it’s a gift. Subsequently, they show pictures of purportedly sick relatives, weave a heart-wrenching tale, and request donations. Be wary; these stories are frequently fabrications and you’ll notice that the image of their sick relative is the top image on Google when you search “sick person”. This is one of the most common scams in Warsaw around the Old Town.

Flower Scam Warsaw

Sign-Up Scam

Beware of individuals urging you to sign petitions or lists. While you’re distracted, an accomplice might attempt to pickpocket you. This normally happens at train stations when people are in a rush and not focused.

Sign Up Scam Warsaw

Drugs Warsaw Warning 

Though not strictly a scam in Warsaw, it’s important to be cautious if someone offers you illicit drugs in Warsaw. The quality is often poor, and the substances are potentially harmful. We suggest sticking to local vodkas and some of Warsaw’s bars and clubs for a genuine Polish experience.

Drugs Warsaw

Ordering Drinks 

This is the most common scam in Warsaw to watch out for if you love going out for a drink. Ensure you specify your preferred alcohol brand when ordering at clubs. Otherwise, bartenders will serve the most expensive option, leading to inflated bills. When in Warsaw, embrace local flavours and try Wyborowa, a high-quality yet affordable Polish vodka.

Drink Scam Warsaw

ATM/Cash Points 

Steer clear of Euronet ATMs with unfavourable exchange rates and exorbitant fees. Here is a great video that explains the same scam in Prague.

Cashpoint Scam Warsaw

Currency Exchange 

Warsaw boasts several currency exchange outlets offering “0% commission.” Their catch often lies in unfavourable exchange rates, causing you to lose more money.

Currency Scam Warsaw

Taxi Tips 

Always opt for licensed taxis or ride-share apps to avoid arbitrary charges. Unlicensed taxis charge you whatever they feel like. It’s advisable to book taxis through Mega Taxi, Radio Taxi, or Eko Taxi, Bolt or Uber.  While Uber and Bolt are often more affordable in Warsaw, they can’t access certain restricted areas.

Taxi Scam Warsaw

Strip Clubs 

We suggest steering clear of strip clubs in Warsaw. Unlike their counterparts in some European cities, Warsaw’s establishments often aim to fleece tourists. They often disguise themselves as cabarets or whiskey bars. Issues include overcharging, multiple unauthorised card charges, and spiked drinks. With a plethora of friendly locals at Warsaw’s bars and clubs, strip clubs are unnecessary.

Strip Club Scam

Picture Scam 

Be cautious if a stranger requests you to take their photo. They might deliberately drop their camera upon return and blame you, demanding compensation. If someone seems suspicious, decline their request graciously.

Photo Scam Warsaw

Now it’s Time to Explore Warsaw.

We hope this guide helps you safely enjoy all that Warsaw has to offer! Check out the Warsaw Nightlife guide or The Dos and Don’ts of Partying in Warsaw if you’re looking for some more tips on Warsaw Nightlife.

Contact us if you have any further questions about Warsaw, or join us every Saturday night at The Warsaw Boat Party.

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Warsaw, the vibrant capital of Poland, offers a thrilling and diverse nightlife scene that caters to all tastes and preferences. Whether you’re looking for trendy bars, pulsating nightclubs, or unique experiences, Warsaw has it all. 

Here are the dos and don’ts for a night on the town to help you navigate the exciting nightlife of Warsaw and avoid traps and scams.


Do’s of Warsaw Nightlife

#1 Explore the Vodka Bars 

Warsaw is home to numerous vodka bars showcasing the country’s rich culture. You can’t say you’ve been to Poland without doing some vodka shots. 

Sample a variety of flavours and enjoy the lively atmosphere, here at the 9 best shot bars in Warsaw.

#2 Try with Locals

Warsaw is a cosmopolitan city with a friendly and diverse population. Engage with the locals, as most Warsaw residents speak English, and are friendly to foreigners, so feel free to strike up a conversation. 

Learning a few basic Polish phrases can also go a long way in impressing the locals. 

#3 Tip the Bar Staff  

It’s not customary to leave a tip for bar staff in Poland, but it’s always appreciated. Show appreciation for their service by leaving a few zlotys as a tip. This gesture will undoubtedly be well-received and may even result in extra attentive service throughout the night.

#4 Indulge in Traditional Polish Cuisine

After a night of revelry, treat yourself to a late-night snack featuring traditional Polish cuisine instead of a greasy Kebab. 

Warsaw offers a range of options, from pierogi (dumplings) to zapiekanka (a Polish-style baguette pizza). These delicious treats will satisfy your cravings and ensure you wake up feeling satisfied the next day.

#5 Experience the Nightlife Hotspots 

Warsaw boasts a variety of nightlife hotspots that cater to different tastes. There’s something for everyone, from trendy rooftop bars to underground techno clubs. 

Some popular areas to explore include:

#6 Visit one of the Many Food Halls

Warsaw is famous for its many food halls, and you can find something for any taste.

#7 Get ShipFaced at the Warsaw Boat Party

A weekend in Warsaw would only be complete with joining the Warsaw Boat Party. It runs every Saturday night from March to August, but book tickets in advance as they are regularly sold out. During this 2-hour river cruise, you get an open bar, drinking games, a photographer, DJ, and a VIP after-party.

#8 Ask for the price of a drink 

When ordering drinks, it is essential to ask for the price. Because if you only ask for, say, a “vodka and coke”, they will give you the most expensive vodka possible. If you ask for the price, you will get the house brand.

Check out this complete guide on Warsaw Scams to watch out for.


Don’ts of Warsaw Nightlife

#1 Don’t Visit Strip Clubs 

As in any city, it’s advisable to approach strip clubs cautiously, but in Warsaw, it’s best not to go at all. Most establishments have questionable practices, like overcharging and taking advantage of drunk guests, and tourists are especially targeted. If you decide to visit a strip club, be aware of potential scams and only bring cash, do not pay via credit card.

Scam Warsaw

#2 Don’t Use Unlicensed Taxi Services 

When it’s time to head back to your accommodation, be cautious of unlicensed taxi services. Stick to official taxi stands or use ride-sharing apps like Uber or Bolt to ensure a safe and reliable journey.

Avoid accepting rides from unmarked vehicles or individuals approaching you on the street, as they will charge you ten times the amount.

#3 Don’t Drink in Public

Unlike neighbouring Germany, public drinking is not allowed in Warsaw(except o some parts of the river). Avoid drinking alcohol in public spaces to avoid fines or potential legal issues. 

#4 Don’t Sleep on the Street

This one should be common sense. If you end up too drunk on the streets of Warsaw and decide to take a quick nap on the park bench, the city police can hit you with a 500zl fine and lock you up for the night. 

#5 Dont talk or look at Security 

Security guards in Poland are known to be extra aggressive and can cause more issues than they solve, so stay away. 

#6 Don’t use Most Currency Exchange Services 

When exchanging currency in Warsaw, opt for reputable and licensed exchange services. Avoid 24-hour currency exchanges that may offer unfavourable rates.

Nearly all bars, clubs and restaurants in Krakow accept card so you usually do not even need to change money.

Money Exchange

#7 Be Mindful of Your Valuables 

Pickpocketing can occur in crowded nightlife areas in Warsaw, so keeping an eye on your belongings is essential. Avoid carrying excessive amounts of cash. All bars and clubs take cards.

#7 Don’t pay with 200zl notes 

There is always a shortage of change at bars and clubs in Warsaw; if you pay with 200zl notes, you might leave a bigger tip than you would like to.

#8 Don’t have any nose beers  

As tempting as it may seem to buy some drugs or a random person on the street in Warsaw, it’s best to decline as 99% of the time, what they are selling is not what they say it is and will most likely be Methadone. 


Dos & Don’ts of Warsaw Nightlife

#1 Spiritus

This strong liquor can elicit a love-hate relationship. At 95% alcohol, it’s certainly not for the faint-hearted.

#2 Order Every Vodka Flavour 

Challenge yourself to order and drink every flavour of vodka. There are numerous delightful Polish vodkas, but perhaps trying them all in one night isn’t the best idea. Or join a Vodka tasting tour.

#3 Enjoy the After-Hours Clubs

If you’re a night owl, Warsaw has a vibrant after-hours club scene that caters to those who want to dance until the early hours. The best late-night Techno clubs are Luzztro Smolna and Kultura Techno.

Now it’s time to Explore Warsaw’s Nightlife.

Warsaw’s nightlife scene is diverse, dynamic, and filled with exciting experiences. By following the dos and don’ts outlined here, you can make the most of your night on the town while ensuring your safety and enjoyment.

 Embrace the city’s rich culture, engage with locals, and explore the unique venues that make Warsaw’s nightlife truly unforgettable.

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Warsaw. The capital of Poland and undoubtedly her most eclectic city. A tantalizing mix of the old and new world, Warsaw is a city that should be on everyone’s list to visit but for some reason overlooked as a bachelorette weekend destination.

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We’ve created this guide to show you why Warsaw should be your ONLY choice to host your bachelorette party. So without further ado:
A GUIDE TO THE PERFECT BACHELORETTE WEEKEND IN WARSAW
FOOD.
A seemingly simple word with an even simpler purpose; to nourish one’s body with enough sustenance for one to carry out their day.
Oh, but we all know that food is soooo much more than that! Food is the reason we get out of bed every day, the reason why we put up with our dickhead boss all week and the reason why we go on all of those shitty tinder dates.
Food is life and no bachelorette weekend is complete without an abundance of delicious food, so it’s lucky that Warsaw just happens to be one of the best cities in Europe for foodies.
Here are our top restaurant picks in the city:
Thaisty – plac Bankowy 4, 00-095 WarszawaRun by one of the most recognisable Thai chefs in Poland – Chanunkan Duangkumma, Thaisty offers a contemporary take on all of the Thai classics.
Our favourite dishes are the Pekin Bun (Peking duck bun), Gung Sarong (Fried shrimps with noodles and plum sauce) and Gaeng Phet Ped Yang (duck red curry).

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Sushi Zushi – Świętokrzyska 32, 01-116 WarszawaOne of the things you may find when planning your bachelorette party in Warsaw is that there are so many sushi restaurants available.
That’s why we’ve made life easy for you and found the best out of the bunch – Sushi Zushi. With all of your favourites on the menu you can eat your fill and then some! We recommend taking one (or more) of the sets, that way you and the girls get to have a bit of everything!

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Opasły Tom – Wierzbowa 9, 00-094 WarszawaRun by Marcin Kręglicki, Opasły Tom is Polish fine dining at it’s very best. You can either choose from the starters/main courses or try the very popular tasting menu with an even more impressive accompanying wine list.
Our favourite dish here is definitely the duck breast but in all honesty, everything on the menu is great so you truly can’t go wrong!

LUXURY (FOR A FRACTION OF THE PRICE)
One of the best things about choosing Warsaw for your bachelorette party is that you really can ball out on a budget. Unlike some of the other popular destinations around Europe, you’ll be able to live it up with the girls without breaking the bank.
Generally speaking, you want to stay in or around ’Śródmieście’ which basically translates to the city centre.
Here are our best low-high range hotel recommendations for your bachelorette party:
Campanile Warsaw – Towarowa 2, 00-811 WarszawaLocated a few blocks up from Warsaw’s most famous landmark (Palace of Culture and Science) Campanile Warsaw is in a perfect location.
Staying here certainly won’t break the budget with rooms available as low as 137pln/32 EUR per night. Don’t be thrown by the cheap prices though as this hotel has everything you will ever need for an epic bachelorette weekend.

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Hotel Mercure Warszawa Grand – Krucza 28, 00-522 WarszawaLocated in the city centre, Hotel Mercure Warszawa Grand falls right in the mid-range category for accommodation around the city with rooms going for around 200-230 pln/47-54 EUR (twin-share).
Described as surrounded by ministries, embassies and the best-fashioned houses and restaurants; you’ll be sure to have everything you need for your bachelorette party at your doorstep. There’s also a casino downstairs just in case you’re feeling extra lucky!

Hotel Mercure Warszawa Grand – Krucza 28, 00-522 WarszawaLocated in the city centre, Hotel Mercure Warszawa Grand falls right in the mid-range category for accommodation around the city with rooms going for around 200-230 pln/47-54 EUR (twin-share).
Described as surrounded by ministries, embassies and the best-fashioned houses and restaurants; you’ll be sure to have everything you need for your bachelorette party at your doorstep. There’s also a casino downstairs just in case you’re feeling extra lucky!

Hotel Bristol – Krakowskie Przedmieście 42/44, 00-325 WarszawaIf you’re looking for the creme de la creme then look no further than Hotel Bristol. Located smack bang in the middle of the city, it’s a short walk to basically anywhere you’ll be visiting over the bachelorette weekend.
This is the place to stay if you’re looking for extreme luxury for your bachelorette party with a wide selection of rooms and suites to choose from.

THE PARTY SCENE
If you’re looking to really get wild and party for your bachelorette weekend then Warsaw has something for everyone. Whether it’s house, techno, trance, hip hop, Latino or whatever else floats your boat, you’ll be sure to find what you need and so much more.
The nightlife in Warsaw rivals that of some of the biggest cities in the world with an abundance of epic pubs, cocktail bars and nightclubs for you and the ladies to light up your bachelorette party.
Here are our top picks for partying:
Teatro Cubano Warsaw – Aleksandra Fredry 6, 00-097 WarszawaHands down the biggest and busiest club in the city – Teatro Cubano is a little slice of Havana in downtown Warsaw.
It doesn’t matter what day of the week you visit because there’ll always be a bunch of partygoers dancing the night away to the sultry Latino tunes. If you’re coming here for your bachelorette party, we strongly recommend you book a table as the club regularly hosts over 1000 guests on the weekend.

Enklawa – Mazowiecka 12, 00-048 WarszawaLocated smack bang on the notorious party street ‘Mazowiecka’, Enklawa is one of the most legendary clubs in Warsaw.
Recently refurbished, there’s a huge dancefloor, multiple bars and a number of tables available to reserve so you can celebrate your bachelorette party in style and comfort.

Level 27 – al. Jerozolimskie 123A, 02-017 WarszawaIf you’re looking for a truly VIP experience then this is the place for you. Celebrate your bachelorette party under the stars at one of the top 100 rated clubs in the world.
With a huge 450 square metre terrace, you can party all night while you soak in the epic views and the even more epic sunsets/sunrises!

DID SOMEBODY SAY ACTIVITIES?
So far we’ve covered where you’ll eat, where you’ll stay and where you’ll drink for your bachelorette party. But what about all that extra time left during the day? We’ve compiled these activities (a variety of day and night) so that you won’t have a single boring moment over your bachelorette weekend.
Here are our top 3 picks for activities:
Warsaw Boat Party – Bulwar Karskiego, 00-001 WarszawaNo bachelorette party is complete without a trip onboard Warsaw Boat Party! We’ve got everything sorted for an epic night; 2-hour river cruise, 2 hours unlimited alcohol, Live DJ, pub crawl and much more.
Warsaw Boat Party runs every Saturday evening April – September or you can organize your own private boat party at any time of the year.

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Pole Dance Project – Zgoda 5, 00-018 WarszawaPole dancing classes are available in Warsaw and are a massive hit for bachelorette parties. Let’s face it, you can’t spend your entire bachelorette weekend feasting and partying, so why not try out something new?
You’ll be surprised about how much fun you’ll have, plus after your 75-minute lesson you’ll be treated to snacks and refreshments!

Alchemy Day Spa – Klonowa 20/1, 00-591 WarszawaYou’ve just had some epic days of eating, partying and sightseeing so why not end your bachelorette party in complete relaxation at a day spa?
Alchemy Day Spa has everything you need to make sure you get on your flight completely relaxed and refreshed whether it’s skincare, massage, sauna or whatever else you need. What’s best is they’re located smack band in the city centre easily accessible by tram or cab.

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Warsaw really offers everything you could ever desire when planning your bachelorette party.
Whether it be the epic party scene, the plethora of amazing restaurants, 5-star luxury accommodation (for a fraction of the price) or the seemingly never-ending options of things to do, Warsaw should be your only choice for an epic bachelorette party.
Be sure to check out our other posts here for even more tips on the city.

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Warsaw. The capital of Poland and undoubtedly her most eclectic city. A tantalizing mix of the old and new world, Warsaw is a city that should be on everyone’s list to visit but for some reason overlooked as a bachelorette weekend destination.

We’ve created this guide to show you why Warsaw should be your ONLY choice to host your bachelorette party. So without further ado:

A GUIDE TO THE PERFECT BACHELORETTE WEEKEND IN WARSAW

FOOD.

A seemingly simple word with an even simpler purpose; to nourish one’s body with enough sustenance for one to carry out their day.

Oh, but we all know that food is soooo much more than that! Food is the reason we get out of bed every day, the reason why we put up with our dickhead boss all week and the reason why we go on all of those shitty tinder dates.

Food is life and no bachelorette weekend is complete without an abundance of delicious food, so it’s lucky that Warsaw just happens to be one of the best cities in Europe for foodies.

Here are our top restaurant picks in the city:

Thaisty – plac Bankowy 4, 00-095 Warszawa

Source: Thaisty

Run by one of the most recognisable Thai chefs in Poland – Chanunkan Duangkumma, Thaisty offers a contemporary take on all of the Thai classics. Our favourite dishes are the Pekin Bun (Peking duck bun), Gung Sarong (Fried shrimps with noodles and plum sauce) and Gaeng Phet Ped Yang (duck red curry).

Sushi Zushi – Świętokrzyska 32, 01-116 Warszawa

Bachelorette party - Zushi Sushi

Source: Sushi Zushi

One of the things you may find when planning your bachelorette party in Warsaw is that there are so many sushi restaurants available. That’s why we’ve made life easy for you and found the best out of the bunch – Sushi Zushi. With all of your favourites on the menu you can eat your fill and then some! We recommend taking one (or more) of the sets, that way you and the girls get to have a bit of everything!

Opasły Tom – Wierzbowa 9, 00-094 Warszawa

Source: Opasły Tom

Run by Marcin Kręglicki, Opasły Tom is Polish fine dining at its very best. You can either choose from the starters/main courses or try the very popular tasting menu with an even more impressive accompanying wine list. Our favourite dish here is definitely the duck breast but in all honesty, everything on the menu is great so you truly can’t go wrong!

LUXURY (FOR A FRACTION OF THE PRICE)

One of the best things about choosing Warsaw for your bachelorette party is that you really can ball out on a budget. Unlike some of the other popular destinations around Europe, you’ll be able to live it up with the girls without breaking the bank. You can also check out this guide to the best hostels in Warsaw.

Generally speaking, you want to stay in or around ’Śródmieście’ which basically translates to the city centre.

Here are our best low-high range hotel recommendations for your bachelorette party:

Campanile Warsaw – Towarowa 2, 00-811 Warszawa

Source: Campanile Warszawa

Located a few blocks up from Warsaw’s most famous landmark (Palace of Culture and Science) Campanile Warsaw is in a perfect location.

Staying here certainly won’t break the budget with rooms available as low as 137pln/32 EUR per night. Don’t be thrown by the cheap prices though as this hotel has everything you will ever need for an epic bachelorette weekend.

Hotel Mercure Warszawa Grand – Krucza 28, 00-522 Warszawa


Source: Accor Hotels

Located in the city centre, Hotel Mercure Warszawa Grand falls right in the mid-range category for accommodation around the city with rooms going for around 200-230 pln/47-54 EUR (twin-share).

Described as surrounded by ministries, embassies and the best-fashioned houses and restaurants; you’ll be sure to have everything you need for your bachelorette party at your doorstep. There’s also a casino downstairs just in case you’re feeling extra lucky!

Hotel Bristol – Krakowskie Przedmieście 42/44, 00-325 Warszawa

Hotel Bristol Warszawa

Source: Hotel Bristol

If you’re looking for the creme de la creme then look no further than Hotel Bristol. Located smack bang in the middle of the city, it’s a short walk to basically anywhere you’ll be visiting over the bachelorette weekend.

This is the place to stay if you’re looking for extreme luxury for your bachelorette party with a wide selection of rooms and suites to choose from.

THE PARTY SCENE

If you’re looking to really get wild and party for your bachelorette weekend then Warsaw has something for everyone. Whether it’s house, techno, trance, hip hop, Latino or whatever else floats your boat, you’ll be sure to find what you need and so much more.

The nightlife in Warsaw rivals that of some of the biggest cities in the world with an abundance of epic pubs, cocktail bars and nightclubs for you and the ladies to light up your bachelorette party.

Here are our top picks for partying:

Teatro Cubano Warsaw – Aleksandra Fredry 6, 00-097 Warszawa

Source: Teatro Cubano Warsaw

Hands down the biggest and busiest club in the city – Teatro Cubano is a little slice of Havana in downtown Warsaw.

It doesn’t matter what day of the week you visit because there’ll always be a bunch of partygoers dancing the night away to the sultry Latino tunes. If you’re coming here for your bachelorette party, we strongly recommend you book a table as the club regularly hosts over 1000 guests on the weekend.

Enklawa – Mazowiecka 12, 00-048 Warszawa

Source: Enklawa

Located smack bang on the notorious party street ‘Mazowiecka’, Enklawa is one of the most legendary clubs in Warsaw.

Recently refurbished, there’s a huge dance floor, multiple bars and a number of tables available to reserve so you can celebrate your bachelorette party in style and comfort.

Level 27 – al. Jerozolimskie 123A, 02-017 Warszawa

Source: Level 27

If you’re looking for a truly VIP experience then this is the place for you. Celebrate your bachelorette party under the stars at one of the top 100 rated clubs in the world.

With a huge 450 square metre terrace, you can party all night while you soak in the epic views and the even more epic sunsets/sunrises!

DID SOMEBODY SAY ACTIVITIES?

Warsaw Boat Party – Bulwar Karskiego, 00-001 Warszawa

Warsaw Boat Party

Source: Warsaw Boat Party

No bachelorette party is complete without a trip onboard Warsaw Boat Party! We’ve got everything sorted for an epic night; 2-hour river cruise, 2 hours unlimited alcohol, Live DJ, pub crawl and much more.

Warsaw Boat Party runs every Saturday evening April – September or you can organize your own private boat party at any time of the year.

Alchemy Day Spa – Klonowa 20/1, 00-591 Warszawa

Source: Alchemy Day Spa Facebook

You’ve just had some epic days of eating, partying and sightseeing so why not end your bachelorette party in complete relaxation at a day spa?

Alchemy Day Spa has everything you need to make sure you get on your flight completely relaxed and refreshed whether it’s skincare, massage, sauna or whatever else you need. What’s best is they’re located smack band in the city centre easily accessible by tram or cab.

Final word.

Warsaw really offers everything you could ever desire when planning your bachelorette party.
Whether it be the epic party scene, the plethora of amazing restaurants, 5-star luxury accommodation (for a fraction of the price) or the seemingly never-ending options of things to do, Warsaw should be your only choice for an epic bachelorette party.

Be sure to check out our other posts here for even more tips on the city.

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It doesn’t matter if you’re visiting for a weekend or plan to never leave, Warsaw nightlife truly offers something for everyone. The capital city of Poland is undoubtedly its biggest and brightest – which can be a little off-putting for first-time visitors.
This guide was prepared with our local knowledge to ensure you get the most out of your visit. We’ve taken a unique approach by breaking down the nightlife in Warsaw by season! If you’ve ever been to Warsaw at different times of the year, then you’ll understand just how much this incredible city changes.
Here’s how we will break it down;

Warsaw nightlife in summer

We might be a little biased but Warsaw nightlife in summer is incredible! The weather is hot (but not too hot), the beer gardens are open and thriving, and the vibe of the city is on another level. Below are our top picks for an awesome night out in Warsaw in summer. Check out Momondo’s Warsaw Guide for more travel inspiration.

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Drinking outdoors

Warsaw really takes it to another level during summer and a big part of that is the opportunity to drink outdoors. When Spring comes around, these awesome venues burst into life and are some of the best spots to enjoy Warsaw nightlife during the summer! Here’s our top picks:

Luna Park

On your next visit to Warsaw, Luna Park simply cannot be overlooked. Situated on the Eastern side of the river near Praga, Luna Park is an absolute must visit over the summer months. Come here to sample some delicious international street food or drink and party the night away on one of their themed dance floors. If that’s not enough, there’s arcade games and a free mini golf course!

Source: Luna Park Facebook

Na lato

Na Lato comes alive during summer. Literally translating to ‘summertime’, Na Lato is one of our favourite spots during the summer. One of the best things about this place is the massive outdoor area which is surrounded by parks every which way you look! Enjoy a cold drink while you soak up the rays or party the night away. Oh and if you’re hungry, Na Lato has an awesome menu to satisfy every taste.

Source: Na Lato Facebook

Vistula (Wisła) river

The city of Warsaw is built on the beautiful Wisła river. In summer, the river is a hotspot for local revellers and tourists alike – partying and drinking the night away. You can either BYOB and grab a spot along the riverbanks or check out one (or many) of the river bars and clubs that line the foreshore. Don’t worry if you’re not sure where to go, we’ve got our top picks right here:

Dziki Brzeg

Dziki brzeg is an open air nightclub that serves delicious Mexican food by Burrito Papas. This spot is frequented by hoards of people during the summer who are looking for a refreshing drink and some quality tunes. If you’re not up for dancing then you can relax on one of the deck chair on their man made beach!

Source: Dziki Brzeg Facebook

Barka Warszawska DZIEŃ I NOC

A little further down the river (past the Śląsko-Dąbrowski Bridge to be exact) you’ll find Barka Warszawska DZIEŃ I NOC. The resto bar is situated on a stationary barge, docked on the river. This place is great for celebrations, events, or just a cheeky burger and beer on a hot summer’s afternoon. It’s also the meeting point for the Warsaw Boat Party each Saturday, so you can come here for a beer before the party starts!

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Warsaw Boat Party

What summer night would be complete without a trip aboard the famous Warsaw Boat Party. Setting sail every Saturday evening, you’ll be treated to 2 hours unlimited vodka, rum, gin, beer, and non-alcoholic drinks as you cruise down the river. Onboard there’s a live DJ, professional photographer, magician, drinking games, plus loads more. After the party, your wristband will get you into one of Warsaw’s best late night spots – Room13. An awesome way to get to spend a night out or celebrate your bachelorette party night in style!

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Warsaw nightlife in Winter

Ah winter, the leaves have fallen and the cold is set in – those epic summer nights will have to wait until the snow melts and the sun returns. Fortunately, Warsaw nightlife is as vibrant and exciting throughout winter as it is during summer – you just need to know where to go!

Mazowiecka street (ul. Mazowiecka)

OK, we know. What does a street have anything to do with partying in Warsaw during winter? Well, it’s not the asphalt road or the cement footpath that we’re talking about when we mention the infamous Mazowiecka street.
Anyone who knows Warsaw will certainly know about this mecca of Warsaw nightlife. An array of epic nightclubs and bars line the street, so you will be spoilt for choice. Although you’ll likely find yourself here at some point during a night out during summer, we’ve placed it in the winter category because when all those outdoor bars close down and it gets too cold to drink by the river, this street really comes alive. Here are our top picks:


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Enklawa

Enklawa is one of Warsaw’s finest nightclubs. You’re sure to have an unforgettable night of partying here as they play a mix of house, dance, and electronic music. Rent a table that overlooks the dance floor (complete with bottle service), or just dance until your feet let out. This is one of our regular stops on the Warsaw Crawl, and for good reason. It’s beloved by tourists and locals alike!

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Ritual

Ritual is a classy establishment that offers a unique experience. Enjoy a refreshing beverage and a delicious Shisha pipe as you get set in for the night. There’s tonnes of private areas to reserve for you and your friends, where you can kick back or rest after a boogie on the dance floor. Open 5 days a week, this is the perfect setting for some after work drinks or full-blown weekend shenanigans!

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Sketch nite

Sketch is a venue that’s made for the weekend – quite literally because it’s only open on Friday and Saturday evenings. This place is popular among a wide variety of people because it offers something for everyone. A visit to Warsaw’s famed Mazowiecka street wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Sketch Nite. Make sure you get here early because the line gets long!

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Christmas markets

You cannot come to Warsaw over winter without a trip to the famous Christmas markets. Located in the Old Town (Stare Miasto), this is one of the best things to do in Warsaw over the Christmas period. Built around a large ice skating rink, you can enjoy a warm cup of mulled wine and sample some delicious local cuisine while you listen to Christmas carols or check out one of the many boutique souvenir shops.

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Warsaw nightlife all year round

Some places in Warsaw are special because they offer something unique all year round. While we’ve already covered the best Warsaw nightlife has to offer during summer and winter, here are our top picks for visiting any time of the year:

Lolek Grill & Bar

Lolek Grill & Bar is awesome because it offers something truly distinct – no matter the time of year. Located smack bang in one of Warsaw’s most beautiful green areas, Pole Mokotowskie, Lolek Grill & Bar is a must see on your next visit. During summer, you can chill outside in the awesome beer garden or take in some live music in their semi-open area stage out back. Over Winter, enjoy the cozy ambiance and comfort food while you take in a match on one of the huge screens or projectors.

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Teatro Cubano Warsaw

Teatro Cubano is Warsaw’s go-to reggaeton and Spanish music club. This venue is great because it offers a summer vibe even during winter! The place is huge, with multiple dance floors, bars, private areas, and a full size humidor where you can sample some authentic cuban cigars. Even on the coldest of winter nights, you will still feel those sultry summer vibes, as you salsa dance with a delicious mojito in hand.

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Elektrownia Powiśle

Elektrownia Powiśle is Warsaw’s latest and coolest venue. This massive shopping and office complex is topped off by their food hall, where you can sample some amazing international cuisine. You may be thinking, why would I come here for a night out? Well, the food hall also comes with two bars that’ll serve you anything from a cold beer to an old-fashion. Kick off your night here with some tasty grub or drink with your friends all night long! Elektrownia Powiśle is great any time of the year. During summer, there’s outdoor seated areas where you can socialise with your friends. In winter, come inside where the temperature is warm and the vibe is special.

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Final word

The city of Warsaw is on the rise. Locals have known for years how incredible this place is but the rest of the world is starting to take notice. No matter what time of the year you visit, Warsaw nightlife offers something unique for everyone. So quit stalling and come and check it out for yourself! If you’re looking for more things to do in Warsaw, check out this great guide to Warsaw. Also check out this guide of scams to watch out for.

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