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==Drink==
 
==Drink==
 
The best way to meet locals and expats and make new friends if you just arrived in town is to attend language exchange meetings organized by Tandem Warsaw International Community [https://web.facebook.com/TandemEvening.Warszawa/?ref=bookmarks]. No matter what is your native language or the languages you've learnt, they certainly have a weekly meeting for you and keep you busy every day of the week. All meeting are free of charge and held in inexpensive places, the organization is basically an informal consumer association.
 
The best way to meet locals and expats and make new friends if you just arrived in town is to attend language exchange meetings organized by Tandem Warsaw International Community [https://web.facebook.com/TandemEvening.Warszawa/?ref=bookmarks]. No matter what is your native language or the languages you've learnt, they certainly have a weekly meeting for you and keep you busy every day of the week. All meeting are free of charge and held in inexpensive places, the organization is basically an informal consumer association.
 
Another place where you can find your new friends is a local Pub Crawl [http://www.pubcrawl.pl] where the local guides will show you around cool bars and clubs for a little entrance fee. Not only you will check out cool places, get free shots but also play drinking games and do some cool challenges!
 
  
 
Old Town and areas like pl. Trzech Krzyży, ul. Nowy Świat, ul. Chmielna, Krakowskie Przedmieście in [[Warsaw/Srodmiescie|Śródmieście]] are saturated with cafés. Coffee typically costs about 10.00 zł. Beer can cost anywhere from 5.00 zł to 15.00 zł for half a liter (the supermarket price being about 2.50-3 zł). Drink prices in clubs can go up to 50.00 zł (and possibly more). Drinking alcoholic beverages in public places is prohibited, but this is often ignored by locals with regard to public drinking in parks.
 
Old Town and areas like pl. Trzech Krzyży, ul. Nowy Świat, ul. Chmielna, Krakowskie Przedmieście in [[Warsaw/Srodmiescie|Śródmieście]] are saturated with cafés. Coffee typically costs about 10.00 zł. Beer can cost anywhere from 5.00 zł to 15.00 zł for half a liter (the supermarket price being about 2.50-3 zł). Drink prices in clubs can go up to 50.00 zł (and possibly more). Drinking alcoholic beverages in public places is prohibited, but this is often ignored by locals with regard to public drinking in parks.

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