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 visit to the opera or theatre, especially as ticket prices are among the cheapest in Europe. However, if your priority is to clubbing in Prague, we’ve included a selection of the best (or worst) clubs to visit, as well as a guide for fans of the big screen. With plenty of other ideas for a good night out, including jazz haunts, casinos, gig venues and sport, look no further.
Chapeau Rouge is Open until 5 am; this bar is often crowded and always lively. The music gets louder as the hours grow smaller. Address: Jakubská 2, Old Town.
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U Vejvodu is a traditional Czech beer hall with smiling waiters and excellent food. Address: Jilská 4, New Town
U Fleků – try the best local dark beer. Brewed in this 12th-century building U Fleků. Location: Křemencova 11, New Town
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La Fabrique – disco with tables, a couple of dance floors and a varied crowd of all ages. Location: Uhelný trh 2, Old Town
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National Marionette Theatre – puppets and costumed actors, perform classical operas as well as some lighter fare. Location: Žatecká 1, Old Town
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Ambassador Casino – Come to play Roulette, blackjack, punto banco, poker and slot machines. Location: Wenceslas Square 5-7, Prague 1
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Tip: As soon as you get to Prague, we recommend you buy the English language weekly newspaper Prague Post and search for The’Night & Day’ section.