Warsaw Nightlife

Warsaw's nightlife caters to all types, with places to sit and share a bottle of wine in style, to swig back a few local beers, to catch a quick snack between clubbing stops, or to dance the night away under sparkling chandeliers.

Take your pick from high-class city-centre clubs or cheaper, more chill venues toward the suburbs. Cafés and bars often have live music or art displays. You can also catch accordion players serenading on the Market Square as you enjoy a drink in elegant surroundings. Especially in summer, expect to see Warsaw's central streets revel until dawn.

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