If you want plenty of history with your beer, head to The Golden Tiger. The Prague 1 location means a slightly more expensive beer, but where else can you sip in such celebrated surroundings? Bohumil Hrabal (one of the greatest of all Czech writers) was a frequent visitor back in the day, a stamp of approval that most places would die for.
Prague’s got a nightlife spot for every kind of night. And yes, we really mean every kind of night. Whether you’re up for a stylish bar, a hearty pub or even a club in an old abattoir (yes, really), the Czech capital’s nightlife options are amongst the most impressive of any European city. And, even more impressively, they aren’t that expensive. A night out in Prague is often eyebrow-raisingly affordable – this is, after all, a city where pivo seems to cost less than water.
All that being said, such is the breadth and vastness of Prague’s nightlife scene that you’ll no doubt need a few pointers on where to head. The best clubbing and drinking spots are almost always outside Prague’s city centre, giving you a great opportunity to explore the ‘burbs – but don’t miss out on the Old Town, either. While plenty of city centre joints have abandoned character in favour of profits, there’s still real fun to be found in the likes of Holešovice, Smichov, Kárlin. So without further ado, here’s our lowdown of Prague’s most essential nightlife spots.
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