Prague offers a large number of historical and cultural sites and many diverse ways to spend your free time. There are theatres, museums, concerts, recitals of classical music, festivals, exhibitions, galleries, clubs, entertainment for children, a zoo and botanical garden, fairs and much more – every visitor will surely find something to his taste. You can also check our brief review of the most important annual events.

On a warm summer’s evening try to find a bar terrace or a restaurant with a view over the city.

For night-time entertainment Prague also offers a huge range of options. There are shows, concerts, jazz, theatre, cabaret, pubs, a casino, nightclubs and strip clubs to be discovered, relished, tasted and enjoyed right through to the early hours of the morning.

Quite popular addition to the evening entertainment scene is a spectacular boat trip on the Vltava. A number of providers now offer two- to three-hour night cruise, that includes music and lots of food and drink. Tickets can be bought near the dock or arranged online.

Hollywood and Other Movies Shot in Prague

It was the émigré Czech director, Miloš Forman, who gave the ailing Barrandov Studios a new lease of life with the making of Amadeus in 1984. His movie, based on the life of the great Austrian composer and filmed on location in the Estates Theatre, was to pave the way …

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Entertainment in Prague

Prague has something to offer for everyone. With a wide-range of entertainment options, from clubbing with local and international DJ’s, bars where you can enjoy cheap drinks until the early hours to theatres, ballet, jazz, rock, hip hop, classical music, cabaret and even strip clubs. Culture buffs will enjoy a …

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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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Play in Prague Casino

Most casinos in Prague are open from evening until early morning and some do not even close at all. Minimum bets start at 1 $ or 20 CZK. Some offer free drinks for players. You will need to be over 18 and obviously well-dressed, and have some ID to show. …

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Casino Admiral

Casio Admiral operates 11 casinos in the Czech Republic with slot machines and live game, alongside with 39 slot arcades. All of the ADMIRAL casinos are open 365 days a year, around the clock. However, please note that the opening hours of the live game may differ in various casinos. …

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VIP Club Casinos – Ambassador

Casino Ambassador Casino Ambassador VIP Club is situated in the hotel of the same name, right on Wenceslas Square. It has been fully refurbished to ensure it is right up to date. The casino is open non-stop and thus is very popular especially during late hours. Games available are American …

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Casino Atrium

Casino Atrium – Hilton Games available in this casino include American roulette, Texas hold´em poker, blackjack and pontoon and twenty slots. All can be played in both Czech Crowns and EUR. Free parking and free drinks for players. Location: Hotel Hilton, Pobrezni 1 Open: daily from 14:00-06:00 hrs Phone: +420-224 …

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Casino Savarin Kartáč

Casino Palais Savarin is located in a beautiful Baroque building, only a few steps from Wenceslas Square. The building dates from the 18th century, and was extensively renovated in 1999. The entrance is up a large staircase with nice frescoes painted on the ceiling overhead. The classy feel carries on …

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