Prague is best for...
Local beer: Czech beer is considered to be some of the best in the world, so it is well worth sampling on your holiday
Club nights: No matter what night of the week, you will be able to find clubs playing the best hits to get you in the party spirit
Laid back bars: Relax on a sofa and drink a few Czech beers in one of the many bars dotted around Prague's streets
Language: The language spoken in Prague is Czech
Currency: The currency used in Prague is the Czech Crown. Euros are also accepted.
Local time: Prague is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time
Fly to: Prague's main airport is Václav Havel Airport Prague
Prague nightlife: what first comes to mind? Probably the city’s famous beer!
The Czech capital takes its lager seriously, and locals drink more pints per person than anywhere else in the world. So if you’re looking for a traditional night of beer and music you’ll have no trouble finding it while you’re on your holiday to Prague.
With a huge array of cosy bars, lively music venues and raucous clubs, Prague has truly pinned down what it takes to put on a great night out. Old Town Square has lots of bars surrounding it, and you’ll know which ones are the best by the people milling around on the pavement outside. Other squares in the city, like Naměstí Miru and Jířiho z Poděbrad, also have a great range of bars and restaurants.
Prague is a wonderful city for anyone who loves live music, with jazz bars right next to rock bars. The heart of the city is bursting with all types of nightlife aside from Prague’s infamous beer houses. With sleek cocktail bars, cellar clubs and themed cafés, every night in the city is a new adventure.
Prague’s nightlife extends beyond bars to huge concerts, performances by the Czech Philharmonic and even sophisticated burlesque nights. Walk around the historic centre to discover hidden nightlife down winding streets and head to the river where you can find bars with beautiful views of the sunset.