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Prague nightlife guide


With such an exciting nightlife scene bubbling up under the historical surface, Prague has lots to offer after dark.

The Czech capital is a melting pot of buzzing bars and cool clubs. Prague is a striking city known for its pilsner, but it’s also famed for its absintheries that produce and serve the nuclear-neon tipple.

To help you pick which watering hole to head to first, we’ve rounded up ten of the best bars, clubs and breweries:

1. BeerGeek
Letna Beer Garden
Strahov Brewery
Cross Club
Café Louvre

1. BeerGeek

Beer connoisseurs can tap into 32 different options here at BeerGeek. That’s right, it’s a place for people that are bonkers about pale and dark lagers, IPAs and porters. There’s a good mix of local brews and internationally-distilled delights.

2. Vinograf

The urban-style Vinograf is a wine bar that has its wares on display. Stop by and you’ll be greeted with blackboards outlining all the different drops you can order. Think something sparkling, dry Rieslings, Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire Valley, rich Merlots – the list is basically endless!

3. Hemingway

Yep, you guessed it – this uber-classic cocktail joint was inspired by Ernest Hemingway himself. This wood-clad bar is a purveyor of fine spirits and outstanding mixology. Come and sample different types of rum, absinthe and champagne. All of which will be served in decadent glassware or with a bit of showy garnish.

4. Lucerna

Lucerna offers live music sets to its visitors, so it’s well worth checking out their events calendar. Album release parties, ‘80s nights and some below-the-radar rock imports from the States, Australia and locally are typically on the billing.

5. Roxy

The bass-filled Roxy is a buzzing club with a heady vibe and a thirst for big-name DJs. Between the dance and house gigs, you’re bound to find an event you fancy going to. They even promote free shows every Monday night.

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6. Letna Beer Garden

Linger in Letna Beer Garden and you won’t be disappointed. When the sun comes out, there’s no better place for riverside views and a pint of something cold and hoppy. Sure, it’s still got a snow-capped appeal in winter, too. You can even challenge your pals to a leisurely game of pétanque!

7. Strahov Brewery

The history books say Strahov Brewery was commissioned to sit within Strahov Monastery and began being documented back in the 13th and 14th centuries. It was closed in 1907 then restored and reopened in 2000. Inside, there’s the brewery itself and a restaurant, plus a courtyard outside. It’s a seriously unique, historic place for a pint.

8. Cross Club

A nightclub, quirky bar and music venue in one – that’s about the gist of the Cross Club. You can eat as well as drink there, which even includes a vegan menu! Drum and bass, funk and electro-swing are just a few of the favourite genres played here. Sound up your street?

9. Bokovka

Make a beeline for Bokovka and you’ll suddenly be immersed in one of the city’s cosiest settings. This once-ramshackle cellar is now an edgy wine vault with an ultra-chic style and laid-back ambience. Choose from a whole host of wines and pair them with cheese and sardines!

10. Café Louvre

This traditional dining room has enjoyed 100 years of service. Café Louvre prides itself on making Viennese coffee, plus it showcases a menu of classic local dishes and homemade desserts. Seeking somewhere upmarket for a tipple in elegant surroundings? Call off the search…

Posted: 1st Aug 2019. Jet2 Holidays Jet2 City Breaks Jet2 Villas