Grampa’s Hostel Wroclaw
Eco-friendly and colourful social hostel with energetic and helpful staff. Guest are welcomed to enjoy free breakfast, and daily free tea and coffee. Group dinners are a great chance to bind with other travellers. Just a 7 minutes' walk from the main square and central nightlife are.
Average dorm price: 9.33 €
Kamienica pod aniolima Hostel
This modern social hostel has several common areas, including the meeting room. Highly recommended for big groups like sports teams, or team building purposes. The on-site restaurant can accommodate up to 50 people. Friendly staff members are at your disposal 24/7. Fun activities organized to encourage guest socializing.
Moon Hostel Wroclaw
Fun and crazy social hostel, with nice atmosphere and vibes. The big common room is a spot where you can relax, and enjoy playing the PlayStation with other guests. Well-located, just a 200m from the central nightlife scene in Wroclaw. There is a local bar right next to the hostel, always crowded with local people.
What are the Party Hostels in Wroclaw like?
- Best Party Hostels in Wroclaw: Kamienica pod aniolima Hostel; Moon Hostel Wroclaw; Hostel Wratislavia Wroclaw
- Party hostel style: social hostel
- Craziness level: fairly crazy
- Parties on-site: Bar onsite
- Pub Crawls: Yes
Party hostels in Wroclaw have amazing social vibes and plenty of great activities. Happy hours are usually organized on weekends, as a warm-up before the fun pub crawls.
Nightlife in Wroclaw
Known as one of the biggest students’ cities in Poland, Wroclaw has tremendous nightlife and party scene for everyone’s taste. Thanks to the fact you don’t need much money to have the best night in your life, Wroclaw is widely popular among young travellers and backpackers. Although most of the places are open during the whole week, the wildest parties are happening on Fridays and Saturdays.
Basic information about nightlife in Wroclaw:
Pubs and clubs closing times:
- Bars and pubs: Monday to Thursday until Monday to Thursday until 03 am – Weekends until 05 am
- Clubs: Monday to Thursday until Monday to Thursday until 03am – Friday and Saturday at 06 am
- Average cover charge for clubs: free - 5 €
- Average price of a pint of beer: 2 €
- Famous neighbourhoods for partying: Market Square; Ruska street
- Famous events or parties: Buskerbus – August
Best Party Areas in Wroclaw
A huge advantage of the Wroclaw’s nightlife compared to other European cities is the fact the party zones are centrally located. Everything you need is happening in the city centre (famous Market Square), and popular Ruska street.
Party in Market Square
Market Square is the most crowded spot in the city, surrounded by plenty of side streets with bars and restaurants. If you are a first-timer in Wroclaw, this where you should start exploring the city’s party scene.
Pijalnia Wódki i Piwa is the place with the cheapest beer in Wroclaw (around 1 €) and an extraordinary selection of vodka shots. In case you prefer dancing and a more vibrant atmosphere, check out awesome Casa de la Musica located in the same street. The bar has an amazing selection of drinks, cigars, and music.
Party in Ruska street
Just a short walk away from the main square, there is a vibrant party street called Ruska. Ruska street and side streets are the epicentre of the clubbing scene in Wroclaw. Highly popular among young people, especially students, the area is hot 7 days a week.
Bezsenno?? is probably the most popular club in Wroclaw. The place is hosting iconic parties and famous DJs and bands. Mundo 71 is an ultra-modern and trendy club, nearby the Bezsenno??. The place is well known as one of the student’s most favourite clubs in the city.
Dress codes & age restrictions
Clubs in Wroclaw have more strict dress code compared to other party cities in Europe. Security guys at the door can be picky sometimes, and won’t let you in if you didn’t match the club’s dress code. For ladies, the dress is always a safe option, as well as the high heels. Nice jeans and blouses should also be fine if you leave your favourite sneakers at home. For guys, long trousers and well-ironed shirts are highly recommended. And if you want to enjoy your favourite beer or cocktail, while dancing in the bar or a cub, you should be at least 18 years old.