What kind of Prague nightlife are you after? No matter your answer, Prague will surely please you.
From Prague's concerts to nightclubs and even the notorious Prague brothels, there's plenty of entertainment to go around - no matter your tastes.
This page is meant to kick start your Prague nightlife with a few suggestions of all kinds.
Let's just hope you're not too tired from chasing all the main Prague attractions, because there's plenty of dancing, music and drinks to entertain you all night.
And, we really do mean ALL night!
Prague has all
kinds of nightclubs. Dance clubs with DJs, cool jazz
joints, cocktail lounges and even a few dubbed as discos.
All you have to do is choose what you want to do and head
out for the night. Our advice? Don't fix yourself onto one
club. Get out early and hit a few different ones.
The best Prague nightclubs are open late, basically all night. So, if you have energy after sightseeing, then definitely see what music Prague is dancing to.
The two most popular venues for music and opera are the Prague State Opera House and the National Theatre. Both offer beautiful interiors for world-class music, ballets and operas.
Prices are actually reasonable considering Prague's historical background as a hub for culture and music.
Of course, tourists are welcome without formal attire. Locals do indeed appreciate looking their best regardless of the performance, but there's no official dress code.
Other recommeded venues include the Estates Theatre where Mozart premiered his Don Giovanni, Rudolfinum Concert Hall and Obecni Dum (Municipal House).
Read more about classic nightlife in Prague.
The great thing
about Prague nightlife is that there's always a concert
on. Even if you're traveling to Prague for the weekend,
you should find something worth attending.
For starters, there are plenty of churches throughout Old
Town and Lesser Town with posters outside advertising
daily Prague concerts. Just buy a ticket at the door and
enjoy. These concerts are great for their sounds, but you
might be distracted by the beauty inside too!
Two beautiful places to attend a concert include the St. Nicholas Church in Malá Strana and the Spanish Synagogue in the Jewish Quarter.
Prague has no
shortage of great places to see art films, Hollywood
blockbusters and outdoor cinema screenings.
Seeing a film after a day of sightseeing can't be beat.
Our advice, visit a lesser known cinema (kino) for some
atmosphere and a film. Prague has a few classic cinemas
that any film buff would appreciate.
We especially like Kino Světozor and Kino Lucerna. These
cinemas will only add to your experience in Prague.
As a bonus, cinemas in Prague are often cheaper than other European capitals and standard theatres in the States. Day time screenings and small art-house cinemas keep prices low and quality high.
For a lot of visitors, Prague entertainment is simply a
good glass of wine or an authentic Czech beer after a day
of sightseeing. Prague has a proud reputation for all
kinds of drinks and the beer here is always complemented.
For a good glass of something, consider the vast number
in Prague. Bars and pubs seem to outnumber the
number of people in Prague, so you won't have trouble
If you're more adventurous, consider an original Prague
Or, do you have a different idea for Prague nightlife?
Maybe you just prefer a nice dinner and an evening walk.
The streets are certainly less crowded after the sun goes
down. And, the sights are just as good. We love the views
along the Vltava River at night - spectacular!
Whatever you do, seeing Prague at night is highly recommended and walking the city is safe. So, feel free to explore.