Top 5 Techno Clubs: Poland

Here is the newest series prepared by the editors of Techno Airlines. In this special series, nightclubs in regions or countries will be examined in terms of atmosphere, residents, facilities, transportation and even price performance.

The cradle of Europe’s best music festivals, Poland’s most vibrant and glamorous place, Warsaw and others offer us many nightclubs. Compared to other European cities, the clubs here seem quite affordable and reasonable.

The city’s electronic music ties date back to the 1980s and many formations that still preserve their culture are standing today. In addition to its warm and lively bars in the summer, the city and the club, which creates splendid atmospheres in the winter months, hold great events throughout the year. Today the Warsaw quintet will be examined and introduced with the gold-plated places of history to the readers.


“Hear gunshots!” It’s a bank robbery or a convoy with money! They are killed and wounded! – the nervously shouted words were heard. Less than 55 years after the most spectacular robbery in the history of the People’s Republic of Poland on a convoy carrying pre-holiday sales from the Central Department Store – in the famous “Dom Pod Orłem” project by Jan Heurich, the Jasna 1 club will be created, i.e. a place for all these (promoters, DJs, club members), who cannot find themselves in a very specific club space, which is the city of Warsaw, as well as all those who love alternative sounds – from classic disco and house to musical experiments.


Unbelievable place for a real techno lover with its two fantastic great halls! TRANSFORMATOR still stands in the city of Wroclaw and seen as one of the legendary clubs in the eastern block of Europe. The guests say only one thing: if there would be a chance, the club is the place to project for a great techno documentary. With their magnificent and chill zone place, the best DJs and marvelous cocktails make your destination to arrive there. Parties, beauties, dance and fun… They all come together to make your night great.


Praga Centrum is a new, professional place for organizing music events in the heart of old Praga at Szwedzka Street. Using their many years of experience in organizing concerts and events, as well as extensive knowledge of the music industry, they have created a space with the best lighting, acoustic and sound solutions as well as the highest quality equipment and fittings. The infrastructure of Praga Center allows for the realization of over 1000 people.

Praga Centrum delights with its unique atmosphere and historic character. The atmosphere is created by high rooms with wooden ceilings and brick walls. The post-industrial environment creates an ideal space for the exhibition of culture and art.


NIEBO is one of the finest night out venues in Warsaw. You can hardly experience a single flat and dull moment at NIEBO. Let yourself be carried away by this heavenly and dreamlike venue. The most talented locals as well as touring guest DJs and bands come to perform at NIEBO. They will heat your ears with their legendary music beats. The nice and pleasing ladies will take the edge off your club-related fantasies and desires. Be a NIEBO to taste the most mouth-watering and thirst-quenching drinks of your life. The top of the game bartender will satisfy your thirst as well as leave you to crave for more! So, waste no more time and rush to this one of a kind and unique place in Warsaw at your earliest.


The club in the very center of Warsaw, situated in a beautiful, pre-war tenement house at ul. Smolna 38. The building was built in 1903 under the watchful eye of the great architect Bronisław Brochwicz – Rogóyski at the request of the Branicki family. During the Second World War, the tenement house was significantly damaged. After the war, its upper floors were rebuilt, and the underground to this day bear traces of the history of the Warsaw Uprising.

Every week the club hosts the leading figures of the foreign and Polish club scene. The events take place thanks to the cooperation with well-known promoters, labels and collectives.

The club has the following rules: no photo policy, no pre-sale and doorman.