As Poland's largest street food market, Warsaw's Night Market is a vibrant culinary destination nestled within the former Central Railway Station platforms, and comes to life at the hour of dusk. Food enthusiasts from all over the world are enticed by this diverse array of local delicacies and a variety of international cuisines, and the fusion between Asian street life, the off-beat end of Berlin, and a touch of Warsaw's unique flair, captivates visitors with a neon-lit ambiance, open-air dining, and a moonlit energy like no where else at that time of the day! Not only does it showcase the best street food vendors and a wide selection of drinks, but the whole affair is somehow rejuvinated by the distinct architecture of the old railway station that hosts it! With ample communal seating, well-stocked bars, their very own 'music travel zone', and a wine bar offering natural wines, Nocny Market is an irresistible experience. Additionally, guests can even indulge in the art of tattooing, with a different studio operating each week from Monday to Friday. To get there take a tram to ‘Pl. Zawiszy’ and walk towards 'Warszawa Główna' train station. Alternatively, take the Metro to ‘Rondo Daszyńskiego’ and walk the short distance. Use warsaw.jakdojade.pl for live transit connections. Open from early May until the end of September.