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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.

Punto Praha Music Club

This quite nice club with a ten-year history is located on the left side of the river between Smichov and Lesser Town district. The club acts in the Prague electronic scene as a place for alternative DJs and experimental live acts. You could find a black-dressed man behind decks playing …

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U Bukanyra – music houseboat

Music club U Bukanyra, which could be translated as ‘At Buccaneer’s’, is located on the boat. This boat drifts on the river Vltava sometimes, so it is better to look on the internet to find out where it is harboured at the time. However, it changes location very rarely. The …

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Batalion Music Pub

Batalion is a club or rather pub located downtown, near the Wenceslas Square. It is an old club which was a rock club in the nineties and in the early new millennium, but there’s not too much live music production at the moment. One or two bands per month, but …

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Reduta Jazz Club

Reduta is Prague’s legendary jazz club where significant Czech jazz musicians like Mirloslav Vitous, flautist Jiri Stivin and Karel Ruzicka have played. It was founded in 1958 as a place primarily for Czech jazzmen, while stars from other countries played in larger halls. The club was feared by the communist …

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Rock Café

Thanks to its location and name, Rock Café is a very popular music club in Prague. The club is not only a venue for concerts but also provides space for a gallery, CD shop and cinema. Rock Café is divided into a few sections. In the first section you’ll find …

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