In recent years, Prague’s become one of Europe’s biggest nightlife hubs. With different areas of the city offering a different experience, it’s a brilliant spot for everyone to enjoy, whether you like heavy dubstep, chilled house or somewhere quieter you can enjoy some great drinks with friends.
Wenceslas Square is famous for its bars and restaurants which stay open late, if you’re looking to stretch a good evening into a great night. The beautiful square is one of the best places to enjoy some cocktails or Czech beer, which is one of the best in the world, and the summer heat brings everyone outside for a good time.
There’s also plenty to do in the day, a river cruise will show you some city highlights and is the perfect way to chill after a late night.
Probably the worst kept secret in Europe; Prague’s nightlife is awesome! Split into three nightlife zones, The New Town, including Wenceslas Square, is where you’ll find the bulk of bars and clubs with party crowds. The Old Town is a little quieter and more expensive, but still has some great bars and restaurants. Finally, the Lesser Town and castle area is ideal for avoiding the louder crowds but still a cool place to enjoy drinks with friends.
Wenceslas Square is a great place to start your night with cocktails as the sun sets across the square. It’s the best place to meet new people and the street entertainers make for a great selfie or Instagram post.
Beer lovers have got to try Czech beer, it’s one of the world’s best. It’s also crazy cheap for just €1 a glass!
Karlovzy Lazne Club, near Charles Bridge, is the biggest of its type in Central Europe. Spread over five floors, each with different music, you’ll have an unforgettable night. The ice bar is a great laugh and something everyone should experience.
M1 Lounge Bar & Club in the Old Town is one of Prague’s smarter hotspots. Attracting international crowds, DJs play the biggest bangers from R&B, hip-hop, indie rock and house music.
In the centre of Wenceslas Square, Duplex Restaurant & Club is perfect for delicious food in the day. Return at night for one of Prague’s most exclusive clubs.
Cross Club’s many rooms play the best drum 'n' bass, dubstep and house and are great for dancing, chilling or playing table football. For a lively cocktail bar, Bombay Bar and Club has an international party atmosphere with a small dance floor.