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This nook of town is positively choc-a-bloc with clubs and pubs, but this one is top choice for many when it comes to night time revelry. Make yourself at home in one of Niebo's atmospheric corners, and you'll soon find yourself absorbed in what could well be an all-night session. Niebo (Sky) may not be the serene den of Zen purity that the name suggest, but that look is generally rubbish anyway. This quirky hangout has bags of character, and that what counts in this neck of the woods.
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I was wandering Wroclaw in night until i found out this great place open until sunrise, i like the kind of music played (rock, grunge, rap metal, etc)also friendly atmosphere (mostly) and such beautiful Polish girls like my girlfriend i knew there one night, thanks Aska for going Niebo that night kocham cie bardzo bladynka.
I will come back everytime i visit the city (i'll try)
if you want one last drink this is where you go in wroclaw,don't be worried,they are good friendly staff, feel free to get on the bar and dance, use commen sence if you can,heavy rock music is the norm, and you will probably meet some of the ex pats and the end of the night, this is one of there haunts,i know i used to be one of them. czesc wroclaw
I've been there 4 times and have always felt very welcome. Never quite grasped the music policy (a little too skate punk for my morrissey/rammstein sensibility) however the decor is splendid and the atmosphere is vibrant as opposed to hectic. The vodka is sublime and the free sweets at the bar are a nice touch. I'm going out tonight in North England and know I won't find a bar as good. Niebo is a great place, and the pic of the venues in that courtyard.
On the good side this is an excellent drinking bar with some cool studenty types around and a eccentric-lounge feel to the decor, plus a surprising amount of fitties on the dancefloor boogieing to rock classics...on the bad side they sometimes play the music annoyingly loud and there's one or two unfriendly meathead types. One gave me and my friend at least four evil looks and upon leaving slammed his beer glass down in what was a presumbably a somewhat pathetic protest at us being English. Didn't anyone tell him there are a million Poles in London alone right now? What a t@sser!