This is a modern nightclub with very loud music. There is a cloakroom area leading onto the main room. This nightclub has two floors. I have visited this club on a few occasions and have found it enjoyable, although at times I felt that there was a tense atmosphere and found it difficult to relax. As I have already said, the music here is very loud, so it isn't really a place you can sit down and talk. You can, however, dance (if that's your thing). Music played here is mainly commercial dance music and R&B, with some Polish songs thrown into the mix.
Dress Code: It seems to be smart casual dress but I have never been stopped for entering in jeans.
The John Bull pub is part of a chain of English style pubs opening up across eastern Europe and these pubs are becoming more and more popular. Walking inside the pub feels like walking into a real English pub. You can get real English beers such as Bombardier and Red Stripe on tap but at the same time enjoy a Tyskie or Zywiec if you prefer. There is a video juke box playing music and is a good meeting place to chat with friends or have a few drinks before moving on to somewhere more lively. There are very few English people in Opole, but if you want to find some, they'll probably be in here!
Dress Code: The is no dress code.
Drake is a nightclub, but it has a special intimate feel about it. You can sit and chat with friends whilst the music is not too loud to disturb your conversation. If you prefer you can go onto the dance floor and enjoy the music. Drake has something for everyone.
There are diner style booths with large soft seats or you can sit at one of the large tables. There is waitress service, so no queuing at the bar, just order your drinks or food and have it brought to your table.
On certain nights there is a karaoke. This club plays a mixture of English and Polish music, but the karaoke is generally all Polish songs.
Dress Code: Generally there is no dress code.
Acquarium is a lively nightspot playing dance and party music. This club has a modern comfortable interior, with a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system. In my opinion this type of nightclub is of a type rarely found in Poland, so it feels extra special. On the occasions that I have visited this venue, I have found the people to be friendly but it really is a dance club so you may have difficulty talking above the music!
Dress Code: Generally smart clothes are accepted but no trainers.
We had some delicious drinks there (beer & vodka...)
There were a lot of friendly young people there.
Dress Code: No dress code