Warsaw is a city rich with history; however, when the sightseeing and business obligations are done for the day, it’s also a city ripe with nightlife options to suit every taste — from those seeking art and fine dining to those looking for a nightcap or to dance into the wee hours.
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KRAKOW The former medieval city situated on the Vistula River is a storybook destination come alive. With roots dating back to the seventh century, Krakow saw its fair share of strife, wars, natural disasters, plagues and raids over the years; but it also saw great periods of flourishing, including under King Kazimierz the Great in the 14th century. The king commissioned many of the great buildings still marveled at today. Poland’s second-largest city remains an international hub of academics and art.