Prague has a diverse nightlife. Despite the restaurants and pubs dimming out by midnight, the bars and clubs are open and are full of life till the early hours.
Prague’s nightlife is mainly based on alternative music clubs and bars. The city has many clubs that also offer some interesting musical and theatrical concerts. The majority of the clubs play 80’s music and house, and generally there are no strict regulations concerning dress codes.
This club has been recently refurbished transforming it into a more stylish and classy club. It was once known to be Prague’s main ‘Gay spot’ but it now attracts a mixed crowd. The club is open on Fridays and Saturdays and dance music is mostly played. You can dance your heart out here till 6am.
Address: Kmochova 8, Prague 5 Smichov
This is a club with a difference, during the week the club attracts jazz and soul listeners, and sometimes even features film screenings or record launches. Though, the club usually gets busier on the weekends with a mix of old and new music hits. Futurum is open from 9pm – 3am.
Address: Zborovska 7, Prague 5 Smichov
Located near Charles Bridge, Karlovy Lazne is one of the largest and most fascinating places in Prague to hang out. It is spread over four floors in a historical building with modern equipment and is marked with a unique atmosphere. This is the biggest club of such type in Central Europe and features an eclectic range of music.
Address: Novotneho Lavka 5, Stare Mesto, Prague 1
Located near the underground station Narodni trida, Klub Meloun features karaoke parties on Wednesdays and all Mondays in addition to the Czech and Slovak disco music on weekends.
Address: Michalska 12, Prague 1
Address: Vodickova 36, Prague 1
Address: Novotneho Lavka 1, Old Town, Prague 1
Address: Uhelny Trh 2, Old Town, Prague 1
This venue is responsible for hosting some of the best musical events in Prague. Performances range from classical local music to modern foreign bands, including a past appearance from the talented Strokes. On the weekends the club gets packed with those who have the stamina to party till 5am, dancing to a selection of house, hip hop and reggae.
Address: Kubelikova 27, Zizkov
This club has been around for a while and still attracts a vast amount of people who want a good night out. The interior is certainly an eyeful, including also a restaurant which serves food throughout the night. Thursday nights are the most popular as it is hip hop night.
Address: Belehradska 120, Vinohrady
This is the top venue to check out the Czech Republic’s best DJs. The evening begins with the club hosting a range of theatrical performances and live bands and then the club scene eventually takes off. The weekends get busy as the nightclub is open till the early hours of the morning.
Address: Dlouha 33, Stare Mesto
Sedm Vlku (Seven Wolves)
This is a very down to earth bar and club with two levels. The ground level is the bar area where you can chill out and socialise. The basement area is usually only open on the weekends and turns into a pumping club with techno, drum n bass and ragga played all night long.
Address: Vlkova 7, Zizkov
This is another down to earth venue where people are very friendly and laid back. The drinks are reasonably priced and it is possibly one of the only nightclubs in Prague where you will not hear house music. The DJ plays a combination of Latin, reggae, funk and R&B. The club is open during the week till 3am and 5am on the weekends.
Address: Malirska 14, Bubenec
Address: Karlova 6, Old Town, Prague 1