With a rotating roster of DJs and regular live music nights, this Dlouhá Street hot spot is a staple of Prague’s nightlife scene. Expect house, techno and drum and bass nights, plus the occasional hip hop or pop concert. The crowds are just as eclectic, ranging from twentysomething travellers to local yopros kicking back at the weekend. Try the adjoining NoD cocktail bar for a sophisticated pre-party drink.
Whether you’re an EDM head, into dressing up swish or just want to dance to cheese all night long, Prague’s clubbing scene has it down. Don’t know where to head, and for what? Let us help. While Dlouhá Street just off Old Town Square caters largely to the millions of international tourists who make the pilgrimage to the Czech capital each year, a younger generation of locals are jumping on trams to outer neighbourhoods like Holešovice for niche line-ups in grittier, post-industrial surrounds. Vinohrady is the historic home of Prague’s LGBTQ+ nightlife, though still comprises mainly cis gay men’s clubs, with the city’s lesbian bars a little more scattered. Whatever your clubbing preferences, and whichever part of town you’re in, there should be something for you in our pick of the best clubs in Prague right now.
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