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From traditional taverns to chic cocktail joints, Warsaw has a wealth of drinking options, most of which are centered on the Old Town. But if you’re looking for a genuinely off-the-beaten-track spot, head for the hidden, nameless bars on Nowy Świat (accessible by an unassuming gateway).
Once you have had a few drinks, take your pick between some typical Polish culture (from opera to ballet to classical music) at the city’s Grand Theatre, or a night of drinking and dancing at the city’s many great clubs — most of which can be found on Mazowiecka Street, or in the districts of Mokotów and Wola. Alternatively, combine both pleasures with a cool jazz concert at Tygmont.