Prague buzzes during the day. There is lots of sightseeing, cultural events and museums in the city. But when When the sun goes down Prague gets even more animated. It changes from a city that sparkles in the sun to romantically dimly-lit narrow lanes in Stare Mesto and clubbing, dancing and dining in the Nove Mesto, Vinohrady and Holesovice districts. Prague nightlife means dining in Deminka where you can savor traditional Czech cuisine or Asian dishes in SaSaZu Club and Restaurant. But it also means drinking beer in Novomestsky Pivovar accompanied by accordion music or dancing and listening to experimental music in Palac Akropolis. Stand on Letna Hill and after you have watched the sun go down settle in Letna Beer Garden and enjoy large tankards of Czech beer, the best beer in the world according to most people. If you like your beer while watching sports, head for Riegrovy Sady Beer Garden. Experience 1990s atmosphere in Chapeau Rouge, but watch out for the Absinthe, it is strong and heady. After a night of reveling wander up and down Charles Bridge at sunrise. This time of day the bridge is serene and almost magical and it is most likely that you are the only visitor.