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Clubs and Nights Out

After a long day of walking and visiting monuments you might find relaxing refuge in Prague’s nightlife. Have a few drinks and listen to live rock, jazz or folk music in some of the pubs in the Old Town or head straight to the stylish nightclubs. Prague is not a synonym for cutting-edge clubbing but there’s plenty of nightlife.

Duplex Disco Club

Everybody in Europe knows that Prague is the place to be if you want to have fun and club all night long. Apart from boasting of beautiful scenario, landscapes, ancient buildings and monuments in fact, the capital of the Czech Republic is dotted with cafes, discos, bars, restaurants and clubs …

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Lucerna Music Bar

It is not the best venue in Prague, nor is the music cutting-edge, but if you’re after a cheesy party night, this could be your choice. Lucerna Music bar is situated in Lucerna passage just a few blocks from the middle part of Wenceslas Square. It belongs among the larger …

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Jazz in Prague

There are some excellent jazz clubs in Prague but not as hot as it may be in other major world-cities where you can listen to jazz in all its forms – from dixieland to swing. In general, a large stable of local artists will play at a variety of venues, …

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Agharta Jazz Club

Situated just a few minutes’ walk from Old Town Square this is a very popular city centre jazz club. It was opened one day after the death of Miles Davis, pioneer of modern jazz and it was named – as you probably know if you are familiar with jazz – …

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Club Roxy

Roxy is a city centre music club with a unique atmosphere – similar to the big clubs in London, Berlin or Amsterdam. Established in 1992, Roxy belongs to the list of most popular clubs in Prague, located close to the Old Town Square. Once you enter your eye will be …

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Palac Akropolis

Palac Akropolis is a multifunctional building containing a music club, a theatre, an information centre (where you can access the internet free of charge), a radio headquarters and a restaurant. Not exactly centrally located but not far from the centre either, it lies between Zizkov and Vinohrady districts. The building …

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Lavka Club and Music Bar

Lavka club is situated right on the banks of the River Vltava, next to Charles Bridge and very near Karlovy Lazne club, with incredible views up to Prague Castle. Mainly because of the location, the club attracts a lively tourist-heavy crowd as well as locals. It is also very popular …

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Music Bar Futurum

Futurum is a remade community centre, with a formal exterior that belies the hip and groovy space within. In the communist era of dictatorship it turned into an underground big-beat club. Rock’n’roll bands played there till the 60s. Futurum was later closed, but the tradition of rock concerts survived till …

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Prague Nightlife

Visitors to Prague will have a lot of options when looking to go clubbing till the early morning hours. The nightlife scene can’t quite match London and other big cities, but that can be a good thing too in terms of price and lesser crowds.   Cocktail bars There are …

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Le Mirage Music Club

Le Mirage is a nice small place with a friendly atmosphere and good services located just a few minutes’ walk from metro IP Pavlova (or Radost FX club). It is not a dance club, but rather a bar, where locals and foreigners meet to have a beer or a puff …

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