With the Warsaw club scene explosion, it’s very hard to select the best 5 but we have tried to put together a selection which offers different experiences and attract the best DJ’s from around the world. Warsaw is fast becoming a club haven but don’t just take our word for it, go and try one of the places below for yourself.

Opera Club

Warsaw’s utterly gorgeous subterranean Opera Club is superbly located in the basement of Poland’s August National Opera House. It’s a top club ( arguably one of the swishest in the city) and an intriguing space to boot. Rumour has it that to be used for illicit liaisons by sundry Polish royals, and one has to say that it retains an air of the seductive in its current incarnation as a cosmopolitan and vibrant nightspot. The evocative décor leans towards the Far East: the air is filled with the scent of incense. The sprawling club is made up of a number of separate rooms. For instance, there is a first-class sushi bar, an array of cozy nooks and, of course, there’s the lavish main dance floor, surrounded by Oriental-style couches. Here the fun-loving crowd is whipped into a frenzy every weekend by DJs, many of whom are of international standing.

Level 27

One of the finest examples of the rooftop bar trend currently winding its way through Warsaw, Level 27 offers splendid views of the sprawling city and a fabulous mix of relaxation, cocktails, and clubbing.  It all starts with the view at Level 27, as from its perch on the 27th floor of the Millennium Plaza building, you are treated to sweeping views of the Polish capital’s numerous skyscrapers, including the famous Palace of Science and Culture. If you have arrived during pleasant weather, you will find a huge terrace waiting for you complete with two bars, cool white couches, and blowing palms.

This terrace serves as the epicenter of the fun during the summer, with a near tropical feel in the air, as people gather to toast the sun as it sinks behind the city. Make no mistake though, Level 27 is a year-round venue, as the climate-controlled main room is over 800 square feet in size, and is home to a DJ booth and expansive main bar serving cocktails, beer, and premium spirits by the bottle or the measure. Level 27 is well-known for its creative roster of DJs and theme nights, which keep the club fresh and always an experience you won’t soon forget

Room 13

Warsaw has had the benefit of a club explosion in the last decade or so, and after visiting venue upon venue, Room 13 is one that stands out. Located in the heart of the legendary Mazowiecka street, the interior is a striking mix between modern club theme and stunning old architectural style of the building. Couches and pillows adorn the interior, and if your idea of heaven is two bars, a VIP room, a wide array of music and lots of high heels, then consider this your nirvana.

Club Capitol

Discover the spectacular theatrical interior of one of the best clubs in Warsaw! Capitol was founded in 2008 and from that day on it became one of the „must-sees” on the map of Warsaw. A jaw-dropper of a venue filled with post-socialist bling this venue is immense and has seen the contents of an oligarch’s deposit box thrown into impressive interiors.  And the promoters haven’t been slouches either, having so far secured the appearance of several club circuit legends such as Jordy Dazz, Blasterjaxx, Ummet Ozcan, Kenn Colt as well as famous vocalists like Georgina Tarasiuk, Sabina Jeszka, Anna Karwan, Kasia Dereń, Frenchy, Nick Sincler and more!


We just have to include La Plaja in our top 5 due to the fact this place makes you feel like you are in sunny Spain. This tropical style beach club welcomes throngs of the young and the beautiful with open arms. A variety of world orientated DJ nights are in store, with a heavy emphasis on Latin beats during the weekends when the samba and salsa crowd take over the outdoor dance floor.  Of course, such an exotic venue needs exotic cocktails and the list is extensive.

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