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Are you looking for a city break which during the day has plenty of culture, sights and attractions to keep you busy, whilst also having a jumping nightlife as soon as the sun goes down? There has been a lot written about Prague and it certainly fits the bill – but what is its famous nightlife really like?
The majority of party people’s time is spent in the city’s many, many bars. The local beer is cheap, the pretzels are always on your table (for a charge, usually) and the hospitality is second to none. The Lavka Bar & Club is a local favourite whatever time you visit, but is particularly enjoyable in the summertime when locals and tourists mix together in a festival of fun.
From hardcore techno to chilled out vibes, there will be a club that tickles your fancy. If you are a serious clubber though, head to the multi-floored Karlovy Lazne Club. If you are a group of lads looking for somewhere to get down with the locals, head to Zlaty Strom Bar & Music Club. This is where stag parties tend to end up and is always fun.
Prague Jazz Clubs
Not many people know that Prague is one of the best places in Europe to listen to a bit of jazz, with specialist jazz bars found throughout the city, one of which is AghaRTA Jazz Club Prague. There is always a great line up and you can relax with your friends over a glass of wine or beer and take in the atmosphere well into the wee small hours.
If you have packed some smart clothes with you and have a wallet full of notes to splash, you could always head to one of Prague’s city centre casinos. Whilst it may not be Las Vegas, city breaks to Prague can easily accommodate the casual gambler.
Prague’s nightlife is legendary and on closer inspection it is easy to see why! Got a favourite spot in Prague – let us know by leaving a comment below!
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Olly started off his travels many years ago as a free-spirited young man and is now well and truly settled in to family life in which he makes it his duty to enforce family holiday fun upon the rest of his tribe. His favourite song is 'Come on Ilene' and he can be found singing it in Los Cristianos most years.