Nightlife in Prague: 10 Places to Go

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In Prague, you can find nightlife every day of the week, especially from Thursday to Saturday.

Bars, pubs, nightclubs, cabarets and jazz clubs make Prague one of the liveliest cities in Central Europe.

Main areas

Although all places are within walking distance of 20 minutes, we can divide the nightlife of Prague into different zones:

Charles Bridge
On the eastern bank of the Vltava river, next to the Charles Bridge, are some of Prague’s main nightclubs and bars. Because of their location, these are the liveliest places during the whole week, as the public is, for the most part, tourists.

1) Zlaty Strom Bar & Music Club
Hotel, bar and nightclub, the Zlaty Strom is ideal to start the night. The venue is divided into various venues, ranging from sitting rooms to a bar where strip-tease shows are held continuously – something quite common in Prague.

2) Karlovy Lazne
The Karlovy Lazne is one of the largest nightclubs in Central Europe. It has five floors with different musical styles and is one of the places where you can find a lively atmosphere every night. Inside is the Ice Bar, a bar made of ice at a temperature of -6ºC.

3) Goldfingers
If you are lookinf for a strip club Prague, this is the place to go. This place is open everyday from 8:30 p.m. till 5/6 o’clock in the morning and offers countless gorgeous girls, a VIP limousine service and much more. Currently it has 199 reviews on Google with an average rating of 4,2 out of 5, so you won’t be dissapointed here.

Wenceslas Square
In addition to being the hub of ballads and cabarets, in Wenceslas Square, you can find some of Prague’s best nightclubs.

4) Lucerne Music Bar
The Lucerna Music Bar building is historic (built by the family of former President Václav Havel and has the famous horse sculpture by David ÄŒern, which already guarantees an extra thrill in his ballad. But the qualities of the place go well beyond that. He’s been getting great shows and, on weekends, he’s seen the stage of a big 80’s and 90’s ballad, with clips on a big screen. It’s guaranteed fun.

5) Duplex
Two floors, a large terrace, and special decoration make the Duplex the most lively nightclub in Prague. If you prefer to go during the day you can visit the bar and restaurant.

6) Nebe
The Nebe is a lively place that can be defined as a mix between a bar and nightclub. It is very close to the National Museum of Prague.

Around the Old Town Square

Several bars and nightclubs can be found in the various streets that reach Old Town Square. Some streets very frequented by the locals are Dlouhá, Michalská, and Melantrichova.

Dlouha Street

On Dlouha Street you can find several very lively places. We give two different examples:

7) Bombay Bar
This one offers an after work atmosphere for a leisurely drink. Nothing fancy, but not bad.

8) Harley’s
It is considered one of the great places in the city for those who want to dance to the sound of rock – so expect a more alternative crowd. It has an Americanized look, with references to Harley Davidson, Jack Daniel’s, Bourbon Street, Route 66, and stuff. Beer is expensive, but the waiters are lively.

9) Roxy
It is a classic of the city, opened in 1992, in the last moments of former Czechoslovakia. Incredibly, it remains one of the best ballads in Prague (perhaps the best), with lots of electronic music of various styles. Roxy is one of the oldest and most famous halls in Prague. Although it usually functions as a disco, it also hosts shows and other events. Mondays are usually ballads and Roxy is a wise choice.

Melantrichova Street and Michalska Street

In these streets, you will find bars like Double Trouble and nightclubs like Temple places frequented by very young people and mostly Czech. Located inside a church, Temple is one of the most curious places in Prague.

10) M1 Lounge
The M1 is much more VIP than any other ballad in the neighborhood, which ends up attracting an audience in search of that. Through all this climate and its fame, it also attracts local and international celebrities. It’s not hard to find a Hollywood star while sipping your Czech beer.

To take into account

Although many already know, it is important to remember that the typical Prague drink is beer. If you want to drink something else you can order a cocktail.

In bars and nightclubs where the entrance is required, the price varies between 50 and 200 kronor.

Nowhere do they usually require a special dress code. However, in discos like the Duplex, people usually go well dressed.

Prague is a city that never sleeps, if you are looking for fun it is the right place.

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