Pawilony Nowy Świat
Pawilony is magic place for so many reasons but mainly because of special people who loves adventures and socialise with others. Be ready for this expirience but don't drink too much!
This is a place where you will find countless bars and tiny venues with different music and style. During summer nights when all the people are outside this is a nice place to feel the local vibe.
A complex of several very small and very nice places to eat, drink and chill out! *** Kompleks kilku małych i bardzo fajnych miejsc, gdzie można zjeść, coś wypić i się zrelaksować.
Pewex is good but as good as each of 25 (!!) little bars in next to it, in the district we call PAWILONY. Just go there and see how crazy it gets in the evenings.
Pewex is one of many bars in "Pawilony district". Hidden behind Nowy Świat street its a place where you can grab a beer and chat with strangers :) Popular with students.
A lots of clubs and drinking bars. Really cheap with lazzy atmsphere. You can find there a lot of students. You will feel there Berlin climate.
Over here you will find at least 10 different pubs all next to each other. Very popular meeting point among young Varsiavians.
“American cuisine: One of the best burgers in the town! *** Kuchnia amerykańska: Jedne z najlepszych burgerów w mieście!”
“Ultimately the most favourite nightlife spot for all of Warsawians. You can buy your liqour in a shop and enjoy it sitting on, as we call it, "the steps" watching the Vistula river and night ilumiantions of National Stadium. You don't need to be afraid of getting a tikcet - it's the only public place in Warsaw where drinking alcohol is not forbidden. You can also visit one of many clubs and buy food from food trucks and street stands.”
“Climb on the rooftop of Warsaw University Library and enjoy a great view for Vistula river and East-side riverbank. Open: May-September 9 - 20; April and October 9 - 18.”
“It was the first vegan ramen restaurant in Warsaw and it quickly became popular. In the summer there are often people waiting outside waiting for their turn (sometimes even 30-50 minutes!).”