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Prague clubs & nightlife
Prague is a good place for night out for one and all. Prague’s cafes, pubs, and bars range from enormous live music venues where local and international bands perform all days of the week, to bouncing electro clubs, to more laid-back bars and cafes where you can sink into a sofa and drink a few pints of Czech pilsner beer.
Lucerna Music Bar
The best 80’s & 90’s party
One of the largest and most popular music clubs in Prague is located right next to the Wenceslas square, in a multipurpose complex dating from the beginning of 20th century.
Ku Bar & Lounge
Really nice place with cool parties
Beautiful place for beautiful people. One of the trendiest bars in the center of Prague. Come to enjoy great atmosphere Prague, in one of the favorite locations for tourists and czechs alike. Live performances of best czech DJs. Popular with celebrities, fashionable and smart people. A lot of international people and locals mix in this place. Every day it is full.
Duplex Restaurant & Club
Wenceslas Square, New Town
Duplex boasts a terrific position atop a high building in Wenceslas Square. An impressive restaurant until 10pm, Duplex transforms into Prague’s most exclusive club with top DJs. Outdoor terraces offer views over Prague.
Karlovy Lazne Club
Smetanovo nabrezi, Old Town
One of the coolest places in Prague to hang out if you’re into serious clubbing is Karlovy Lazne, located close to Charles Bridge. Spread over five floors, this is the biggest club of its type in Central Europe.
Dlouha, Old Town
Roxy is a popular nightclub that attracts big name DJs. Music spans all genres of dance, but tends to be far more hard-core than at other clubs in Prague. Drum ‘n’ Bass, Jungle and Techno often feature.
Legendary Prague´s pub & music bar
The stylish pub “U Buldoka” has its unique atmosphere and you will notice that at the moment you walk in. Its decorations consists of various “souvenirs” from Czech football players, athletes, paddlers and apart from that, the walls are totally covered by postcards from all over the world. The music bar is right next door from the pub.
Center of contemporary art of all kinds
Music club, art gallery and theatre/cinema all at once. Co-founder of this concept is one of the most famous Czech contemporary artists David Černý, so you can find his art studio there also. This is one of the cultural hot spots in Prague a must see for people who are interested in local contemporary art.
Reduta Jazz Club
Legendary cultural place in the centre of Prague, Stare Mesto (Old Town)
Reduta is connecting traditional jazz roots with new wave music. The number of famous musicians and persons have played or spent night in here – Wynton Marsalis, Chris Barber, Ronnie Scott, Bill Clinton, Madeleine Albright, Václav Havel. Even Reduta is famous especially as jazz club, there are periodical shows of black light theatre from excellent author J. Srnec and pantomime. Randomly you can visit variety of theatre shows or just come to enjoy drinks at Saxophone bar!