Prague visitors enjoy a range of nightlife options including theater, classical music, sightseeing, cafes, bars, and nightclubs. You will find something to do, whether you want to relax over a drink, enjoy local arts, or dance the night away! Here are some tips o how to enjoy Prague’s nightlife.
Evening Sightseeing & Culture
National Theatre – Narodni Divadlo: Narodni Divadlo (National Theatre) featured a Neo-Renaissance style and was built in 1868 – 81. Architect Josef Zitek is one of the best Czech sculptors and painters. Visitors enjoy local culture including opera. The audience members tend to dress up for a special evening out. Jeans are very out of place. Ticket prices are reasonable in comparison with other major cities like London and New York City.
Evening Sightseeing & Cathedral Concerts: Prague visitors love to walk on the Charles Bridge (Charles Brigde) at night. The view is romantic from sunset through the night. Musicians and buskers add to the ambiance. It is one of the best cheap nights out!
Visitors also like to look at Prague’s many churches and cathedrals at night. The Church of St. Savior and St. Nicholas are among the list of beautiful churches or cathedrals. Many cathedrals also host classical music concerts in the evenings.
Clubs in Prague
Prague’s nightlife scene is booming. Bars and clubs open and close frequently, so ask around about the best clubs to visit.
Some famous clubs to look up include Karlovy Lazne, Roxy Club, Klub Lavka, Mecca, Solidni Nejistota, Radost FX, One Club Prague, Battalion, and others. Be careful about leaving passports, credit cards, and valuables in the coat check as some reviewers reported the occasional theft. This is likely true with many large nightclubs. The dress code varies but is typically casual or smart casual.
Bars & Cafes in Prague
If you are not into clubs, you may prefer bars or cafes. Some popular options include Jo’s Bar (a great choice for homesick English speakers), the Art Deco Lucerna Music Bar, Demijon, Cafe Cafe, the famous brewery U Fleku, the candlelit Bars & Books, and Coyotes Bar. Dress code varies by the establishment but is generally casual.
The bar culture has a long history. Prague’s most famous beer hall and brewery, U Fleku, is situated in central Prague. It is said that the owners acquired the rights to brew beer there in the year 1499. But the ancient brewing house can be dated roughly to the year 1360.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about nightlife in Prague.