NIEBO is a one of a kind place in the centre of Warsaw which impresses with its design and fascinates with diversity. Nightlife, art, culture and delicious food can all be found in a pre- war tenement house. NIEBO, 21 Nowy Świat Street. Right next to Charles de Gaulle Roundabout, you can find one of the most beautiful places in Warsaw – a tenement house where a cinema and a restaurant used to be. In April 2016, it returned to its glory days – it gained a new life: a musical, entertainment, restaurant, cultural and artistic life. NIEBO is a concept which Warsaw had needed for a long time – this attractive place combines a night club, concert room, cultural and artistic area with diverse topics and remains open to novelty and freedom. With the surface area of approximately 800m2, it is divided into zones, characterised by different designs, where various events are held. Party animals can have some spontaneous fun here at the weekend, while fans of delicious drinks will surely be satisfied with what two bars have to offer. When it comes to concerts at Niebo, you can count on huge stars, jazz evenings and niche artists. It also serves as a cultural and artistic centre where inspiring meetings, fairs, film screenings, with a genuine cinema screen, are frequently held. This is the place where you can find both casual and demanding art. What is more, Niebo can boast with the first Hawaiian restaurant in Poland – Raj w Niebie. There, you can taste some delicious dishes in a pleasant atmosphere and paradisiacal space on a daily basis.