Prague Nightlife Guide
- The M1 Lounge in Old Town. This swish nightclub has plush purple booths, big dancefloors and always promises a fun night out. See the impressive drinks menu and events calander at www.m1lounge.com.
Prague nightclubs are great for simple, unpretentious fun.
They are also opportunities to catch big-name DJ’s and MTV parties in Prague, however if you’re looking for something edgier, there are a number of underground clubs (literally) in Prague’s outer districts.
There’s also a fantastic jazz scene to discover.
Most of the clubs play a variety of music; you’ll find plenty of R&B, Rock, Indie and House, although a few clubs prefer Trance music.
Virtually all the major clubs enjoy a charts hit playlist from the 80s onwards.
You’ll find more niche sounds in clubs in the outer districts.
New Town is where you’ll find the more main-stream nightclubs.
Discover great jazz clubs and smaller nightlife venues in Old Town.
In Prague’s outer districts of Vinohrady and Zizkov you’ll find more niche clubs that stay open for longer and attract more locals and fewer tourists.
Whether you want a fancy cocktail, a local Czech pint or a fun shot bar, Prague’s bars are great for soaking up the vibrant atmosphere.
There are a number of local spirits to try if you want a break from the ever-flowing beer. Czechs enjoy their own version of Absinthe as well as a herbal liquor called Becherovka.
Find the more main-stream bars in Prague’s New Town.
Discover quirkier bars in Old Town Prague.
You’ll find plenty of cool bars and late night cafes in the outer districts of Prague.
Prague has over 800 pubs for you to discover on your city break to the Czech capital.
The Prague pubs pride themselves on selling the famous and not-so-famous Czech beers.
Enjoy cheap Pilsner Urquell, Staropramen and Budvar as well as pints from local micro-breweries over traditional Czech hearty pub grub.