Situated on the coast of the Baltic Sea, Gdansk is Poland’s main seaport and one of the country’s biggest tourist attractions. It boasts several important historical sites such as the so-called “Royal Road”, which once witnessed the times of Polish kings and dynasties, and is today also home to many boho bars and nightlife spots to suit just about anybody. We’ve round up our 10 favorites.
Flisak 76 boasts of a large cocktail list, which doesn’t include many traditional drinks but leans towards experimental concoctions with creative ingredient combinations. Whether it’s a rocket mojito or a pie plant cocktail you are going for, it is destined to be delicious. Though the bar is situated in a basement, the décor is beautiful, it includes many original vintage elements with faded tapestries and cozy armchairs.
A popular and energetic club in a central location, Parlament is a good choice for anyone wanting to experience the real Gdansk nightlife scene. One of the main features of the club is its spaciousness as it has three floors with different rooms for dancing and relaxation. The club is often listed as one of the best in the country and has hosted many Polish and international music stars, as well some independent film premiers and fashion shows. This one is great for people watching if you don’t mind crowds and want to have a wild night out in at a trendy spot in Gdansk.
This bar’s quirky design with a mix of stained-glass windows, multicolored lightbulbs and a few trees planted in flower pots guarantees a good, fun and slightly weird environment to have a drink. The drinks are reasonably priced and one of the most popular is pear cider on draught. The bar also offers coffee and cake during the day in case you want to admire the creative decorations and avoid a hangover.