Tips for Enjoying Prague’s Nightlife

Posted on 11th March 2012 by

The Czech capital of Prague boasts many excellent pubs, bars and clubs, with a nightlife location to suit just about everyone’s individual tastes and preferences. Most of the city’s party hotspots are located concentrated in the Wenceslas Square region, with many more just outside of Old Town Square.

The best time to hit Prague’s popular nightspots is around 10-11pm, although concerts in some of the city’s live music venues may have specific start times for visitors to adhere to. Most of the nightclubs remain open until the early hours, with admission fees ranging from as little as 100 CZK to as much as 1000 CZK in some the more up-market locations.

Whilst dress codes vary from place to place, generally speaking, Prague’s nightlife is relaxed and casual. From the Jazz club Reduta to the 80s music haven Futurum, Prague’s night scene really does accommodate every musical genre imaginable, with locals and tourists alike joining in the fun.

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