The most interesting attractions of Krakow - sightseeing at night

Krakow is a city with a rich history that offers a variety of entertainment. Every tourist will find something for themselves – from visiting museums and the Wawel Royal Castle to visiting interesting kraft beer bars. Each of the premises has a rich offer, tempting with an interesting design. In addition to local beers, you can also try beer brands known all over Poland. Krakow has 2 separate areas Stare Miasto with largest square in Europe medieval market square or Draper’s Hall which was traded in silk centuries ago and the Jewish Quarter close to the largest river in Poland – the Vistula which reflects the Jewish culture and history with synagogues and other interesting places. The two zones border with each other today as the expansion and growth of Krakow spread, the two areas are full of pubs, bars and all kinds of Polish and foreign cuisine, from street food trucks to prestigious restaurants and the most beautiful monuments, architecture and cultural aspects such as the legend of the Wawel Castle dragon. The best way to visit Stare Miasto is to spend at least one day visiting it. The charm of this place makes many tourists spend the entire weekend here. One of the companies that deals with the professional organization of tours and events in this city and its vicinity is PartyKrakow.

Some notable Old Town clubs and pubs to visit include are:


  • Coco Dance Club, fantastic atmosphere and they run drinks promotions most nights. All the latest sounds and trends in this very hip club with an international crowd. Reserved table feature and lounge privee bookable prior to entry.
  • Prozak, this iconic club is probably Krakow’s longest running dance club with different music trends played on each evening and hugely popular with both the locals and visitors on weekends.
  • Teatro Cubano, featuring live latino style bands and music with an upstairs chill out zone overlooking the main dance floor. Be sure to pre-book entry as this city centre club always has a queue to get in.
  • Garden Re, an intimate open air, tree shrouded beer garden in the city centre just off the center of the square in Maly Rynek. This secluded bar offers a relaxing drink in soothing surroundings but also has access to a basement pub showing all live action football.
  • Awaria Live Music Pub, one of Krakow’s best known pubs for local and international band performances plus there is a hidden beer garden and a permanent Happy Hour discount offer from 3pm to 6pm.
  • The Jaszczurami Club, located in center, organizes popular karaoke nights that are very popular.
  • Mercy Brown, a themed 1920s Parisian cocktail lounge bar that does not display its name and to make it more special to find this luxury cocktail bar as it is on a 1st floor, hence, the hidden bar title, expert bar staff and excellent cocktails.

The Kazimierz tour, pub and club crawl is just as exciting as the Old Town with the splendid food truck square offering every kind of national and international menus. Here are some of the best places to be seen at:

  • Opium Pub & Club, an all in one place in the heart of the Jewish Quarter near the Remuh synagogue. It’s a bar with a drinks terrazza, open air courtyard and dance club open all hours. A great place to go for a final fling to finish the night.
  • Propoganda, this ska & punk pub is anti-everything and the décor reflects that non-conformist attitude. Anarchy pints all round.
  • Alchemia, on Plac Nowy offers, food, live entertainment, dance DJ and a fine selection of beers. Popular with the locals and university students the Bohemian styled Alchemia is a cool to be in environment.

The above-mentioned places are only the beginning of the attractions available in Krakow. This city offers a number of places where you can try craft beer and regional dishes. Many places have very long opening hours, which is liked by many tourists who come to this city. When visiting pubs in Krakow, it is worth knowing the prices in advance, because it is easy to overpay in such places and you must remember that you cannot drink alcohol in public places in Krakow. With these tips in mind, you can expect a weekend spent in this city to be unforgettable!

Krakow’s nightlife will appeal to all those who love having fun. Krakow is a city that never sleeps because it is loved by tourists from all over Europe.