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Forget swank cocktails and velvet ropes – Prague’s nightlife scene tends towards industrial and edgy. Underground music venues and hipster watering holes are scattered throughout the city; many of the best are in Vinohrady and Žižkov. Intimate jazz clubs are a good alternative for a more sophisticated, laid-back evening. Cheap, high-quality beer also makes Prague one of our Top 10 Cities for Beer Lovers.

Prague Nightlife

Cross Club

A unique junkyard-themed nightclub, art installation; the post-apocalyptic décor here is worth the price of admission and a beer, and draws a distinctly alternative, mostly local crowd.

Plynarni 23, 011-420-736-535-053,
Tags: nightlife


After exploring the gems of the city's past, check out what modern Prague has to offer, dished out from its most exclusive nightclub in the form of expert cocktails, sweeping city views from floor-to-ceiling windows, and state-of-the-art sound systems. Located atop a building in Wenceslas Square, the club draws a crowd of young locals, visitors, and the occasional celebrity (it's a favorite of Mick Jagger).

Václavské nám. 21, 011-420-732-221-111,
Tags: nightlife | editor pick | smart splurge | dancing | nightclub | dj


One of Prague's most popular gay clubs, this smoky dungeon attracts the younger set, throbbing to the latest pop-rock and Latin sounds until dawn.

Bartolomejska 11, 011-420-226-211-920,
Tags: nightlife | gay | nightclub

Radost FX Club

Channeling a Persian whorehouse, this stylish, laid back club is draped in greens and reds. On the dance floor hip-hop, R&B and house beats reign. Bonus: an on-premise, open-late vegetarian restaurant.

Belehradska 120, 011-420-224-254-776,
Tags: nightlife | trendy | lounge | dancing

Reduta Jazz Club

This venerable old place near the National Theater showcases classic musicians from the Czech Republic, the USA and everywhere in between. Rumor has it that Bill Clinton once played sax here.

Narodni triad 20, 011-420-224-933-487,
Tags: nightlife | lounge | things to do | jazz


Sure, you could take a conventional tram after the sun goes down, but you'll get far more out of your evening by boarding one of Prague's party trams, which bring together disco music, martinis, and about 150 good-looking strangers. You'll pay a bit more for the pleasure of riding these rails, but the ever-changing views of Prague's city streets make it a worthwhile splurge.

Tags: nightlife | smart splurge | dancing | things to do

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