Getting a cab in Prague especially at night might be quite a problem as you might end up with an inflated price. Except for the routes from the airport or train station, taxis are most often taken late and after a night out, when we are, perhaps, less in the mood to discuss the route or even properly remember it.
Prague after dark offers a wide range of places where you can party all night, or opt for a more relaxed evening with a trip to a theatre, art-house cinema or jazz club. Entertainment also takes the shape of art museums and galleries, operas and orchestras, arena concerts, with a calendar year jam-packed with festivals celebrating everything from the wine harvest to Techno, Rave and African dance. We’ve rounded up the best of Prague nightlife, collecting tips, picks and advice from travellers, to bring you an insider’s guide to a night on the town.
There are a lot dance and music clubs in Prague but as opposed to the bars, most of the popular late-night clubbing venues exist outside of the city center. Check out some of best clubs in Prague we have listed here for you. The best day to hit the night clubs is Thursday to Saturday, but in the centre you will never find a club empty. Don’t arrive before 10.30pm; that is our advice.
We have already covered some of the hottest clubs in Prague, but the truth is that there are also many more to choose from as well. To help break down the list, here are some of our favorite bars and clubs from around the city.
Rock Café – This is a nice live music disco. The club’s ground floor houses Jim Beam Bar, an internet café, concert hall, CD bazaar, and a store that sells recording and sound equipment. The Absolut Bar (offering the complete assortment of Absolut vodka), a movie theatre, and a gallery are located in the basement.
At the Old Lady is a sophisticated cellar jazz club and restaurant that attracts serious names from all over the world. There is a wide variety of music from jazz to blues and soul played here. Live shows start from 9pm. It is one of our recommended jazz clubs in Prague and lies close to metro station Můstek.
The side streets off the Wenceslas Square and the Square itself have the highest concentration of strip clubs. The most famous and most expensive clubs are Goldfingers, located under the Ambassador Hotel, Darling Cabaret and K5 Relax. Almost all strip clubs offer private strip shows and even more … up to your fantasy.
Prague is not only the perfect setting for strolls along beautiful, romantic cobblestoned streets while discovering historic sights at every turn, but also offers an array of relaxation experiences. The choice is vast, ranging from the traditional massage parlours to the recently more popular Thai massage shops; or you can venture even further, to the erotic/tantric massage clubs.
Alcatraz – Modern club in Zizkov, parties every first and third Saturday. The door sign boasts MEN ONLY. Drake’s – A non-stop club with a wide selection of drinks, free buffet on Sunday nights.
The newly opened club, the Night Gym, offers everything you require: Champagne rooms, wonderful cocktails, stunning ladies, show lounges for training and exercising, great shows – and all this for an affordable price. Address: Anenská 203 / 1, Praha One. The Sugar’s Cabaret
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