Wroclaw might not rival that of capital city Warsaw or seaside party town Sopot, but you’re still in Poland and guaranteed a good time, given that the clubs don’t close until breakfast is served at nearby hotels.
Wroclaw is home to about 130,000 university students, which can only mean that the city is cluttered with cheap options to drink, eat and party.The city’s clubbing district is mostly situated near the Old Town market square.If you are looking to start your night off with a drink (or two or three), check out the ul. Boguslawskiego pubs.If you and a group of friends are looking to make it a pub-crawling night, your next step would be going off to ul. Wlodkowica, the courtyards off ul. Ruska and Plac Orlat Lwowskich.
If you are still looking to show off some of your best dance moves (even after all those pints of Polish beer) then Klub 54, Club 9 Brama and Novocaina Club are for you.