Kraków, besides the capital, is said to be the best party city in Poland! Every weekend, countless pubs, bars, and clubs host thousands of partying residents of Kraków as well as tourists visiting the city. There is no lack of multi-tap bars, which will satisfy the palate of beer drinkers, and snack bars for the enthusiasts of the atmosphere of the Polish People’s Republic. A wide range of music clubs will please fans of various musical genres. Enjoy!
Shot bars and snack bars
Many partygoers begin a Friday evening with a before party in one of the snack bars or popular shot bars located in Kraków. Colourful inexpensive shots or vodka nibbled with a slice of bread with lard put them in good mood and prepares for more fun in the city. The most popular places of this type in Kraków can be found in Kazimierz: Zlew and Zakąski i wódka.
Grabbing a beer in Kraków
Traditionalists and those who fancy spending hours talking and drinking good beer usually choose one of the best and most atmospheric pubs in Kraków. The Multi Qlti Tap Bar, a place situated in the very centre of Kraków (21 Szewska Street), is a true paradise for beer drinkers. 20 taps and several hundred bottles of craft beer await the enthusiasts of various kinds of beer from different parts of the world.
Dance fever in the clubs of Kraków
The climax of partying at night usually takes place in one of the famous music clubs in Kraków. Every weekend, you can choose from a wide range of parties – it all depends on your taste and mood. Heavy music enthusiasts eagerly visit the Forty Kleparz, a place located in an atmospheric historic fort. Apart from regular parties, rock bands give concerts there.
Another place that enjoys popularity is located at Szpitalna Street. The COCO club organises R’n’B, hip-hop, and electronic music parties. Partygoers have there three bars, two dance floors, and four rooms with lounges, that have enough space for up to 150 guests, at their disposal.
The Cocon Music Club, located in the very heart of Kazimierz, is one of the most famous clubs related to the LGBT community. Every weekend, it attracts crowds of dancers who can count on two club rooms, a roofed garden, a well-equipped bar, and a hot atmosphere.
Partying to live music
Many people prefer dynamic concerts, where they can listen to their favourite artists, over club parties. Independent music concerts are often held at the atmospheric post-industrial Fabryka club – you can listen there to rock sounds as well as to electronic music.