Rooftop bars Warsaw

A complete guide to the 4 best rooftop bars in Warsaw in 2019.

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Here you'll find the best Warsaw rooftop bars with all info you need about each place. Dress code, maps, view spots, pics and much more. The capital and largest city in Poland comes with both beautiful architecture and a metropolitan vibe. Constantly ranking as one of Europe's cheapest city breaks, many of the rooftop terraces are luxurious and upscale in style, but still offers a great 'value for money' experience. So, which is the best rooftop bar in Warsaw? Just scroll down and find the Warsaw rooftop bar best suited for you.

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Last updated: January 21st, 2019
Central Warsaw
Rooftop bar Level 27 in Warsaw
Level 27
$$$ Poland, al. Jerozolimskie 123A
  • Highlights
  • 27th floor
  • Nightclub
  • Panoramic view
  • Sky-high vibes
A stylish and modern rooftop bar located on the 27th floor in the heart of Warsaw. The unique views of the city skyline and the slogan 'Higher level of clubbing' guarantees weekend events abounding in an unforgettable experience. Set over two zones: the central (indoor) part and an open-air terrace with an area of 450 m2, making Level 27 one of the biggest rooftop bars in Warsaw. A member of The World's Finest Clubs, here you can enjoy sky-high atmosphere, live DJs, classic cocktails and a large selection of premium spirits and champagne.
Rooftop barMoonsfera in Warsaw
$$$ Wybrzeże Gdyńskie 4
  • Highlights
  • 7th floor
  • Restaurant
  • Fine-dining
  • Calm & friendly
Situated on top of the Olympic Centre building in the northern parts of Warsaw, Moonsfera rooftop restaurant offers a unique panoramic view over the city, Kępa Potocka park and the wild Vistula river bank. With a rooftop terrace quite simple in setting, the food served is everything but. A tasty and well-chosen selection of food from all around the world, complemented with fine wines and a lovely and friendly atmosphere. Perfect spot for a long and sunny lunch or a romantic night out.
Central Warsaw
Rooftop bar Concept 13 Restaurant in Warsaw
Concept 13 Restaurant
$$$$ Bracka street, 9
  • Highlights
  • 5th floor
  • Classy
  • Top of shopping center
A very stylish and modern restaurant, located on top of the exclusive DH Vitkac shopping center. A bit of a hidden gem, the glassed interior from the inside part looks out on a beautiful panoramic view of the city, which can also be enjoyed from the summer terrace. Recommended by the Michelin Guide, the dishes served at Concept 13 are mostly international classics with a polish twist. Great spot during summer for a cocktail or a dinner with a beautiful view, and always an excellent choice for a classy lunch break during shopping.

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Central Warsaw
Rooftop bar The View in Warsaw
The View
$$$ Twarda 18
  • Highlights
  • 28th && 32nd floor
  • Nightclub
  • 360-view
  • Weekend vibes
A multi-level nightclub and lounge, perched on top of the Spectrum Tower, a modern office building in the heart of Warsaw. Open on weekend nights, this is an upscale venue for drinks, music, atmosphere and (of course) views. The open-air, circular rooftop bar on the 32nd floor offers amazing 360-degree view of the city. Complemented with a 28th floor lounge with two terraces, The View is great for vibrant nights out with friends, mingling with a trendy crowd.

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Rooftop-grade: 6/10
Prime season: May - September
Residents: 3,1 millions
Climate: Humid continental

Which are the best rooftops in Warsaw? Thanks to being one of Europe's cheapest cities, Warsaw can offer high-end and luxurious rooftop bars that you can visit without breaking the bank. Some of them are more classy rooftop restaurants and some are a mix of rooftop bars and nightclubs, mainly open during weekends and keeping the vibe going late into the night. And while cold during winters, the summers are both dry and pretty long, so the rooftop season is quite good, despite being northern parts of Europe.

About Warsaw

Warsaw is the largest city in Poland, and also the capital. Located in the middle of the country it has no coastline, but the Vistula river runs through the city. Once believed to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Warsaw was hit bad during the World War 2, but is still home to a lot of amazing architecture. The most famous building is probably the grand Palace of Culture and Science. With both many historical sights, monuments, museums and theatres, along with a vibrant and modern nightlife, Warsaw is a very popular tourist destination.