10 Best Dance Clubs in Prague: Party 'til the Wee Hours



Prague is the key party city in Europe thanks to very moderate entrance fees to venues and the lowest beer prices in all Europe. Treat your taste buds to spicy Asian food and your ears to House, Funk and Ethno in SaSaZu, a true clubbers paradise. Rock cafe is an all-time favorite and party goers find it difficult to decide where to hang out, in the Rock Pub, the bar or the concert hall. Cheap beer lovers and head bangers have here a good night out. Does your evening out mean cocktails, French fries smothered in tartar sauce and go-go dancers and you are single? Then Phenomen Music Club is your best choice. Check out the local music scene in Palac Akropolis, renowned for alternative music performed by artists from all over the world who gather here to play experimental music. Be sure to have a closer look at the aquarium of weird objects. Looking for something quieter and less energetic and want to be a spectator rather than an active dancer? O2 Arena with a capacity of 20.000 seats stages pop concerts. Sit back and listen to Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones or other celebrities. Prague is the perfect city to dance until the wee hours. It is also the city where night trams whisk you back to your hotel. Hop on any tram with a number 50 or higher and save high taxi fares. 10Best makes sure that you find the best places to dance in Prague. Here is a list of 10 favorite venues.



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Karlovy Lazne


 

Karlovy Lazne is a five floor disco club next to Charles Bridge. In the fifteenth century the building was a bathhouse. Original mosaic tiles still adorn the walls. There are now dancing floors instead of bathing pools. It is a truly international disco, Russians, Americans, Asian people, Europeans and even the ocassional Czech are frequent visitors. The DJ's are great but go for the dancing and not so much for top quality music. Head for zero level for hip-hop. First and second floor is mainly disco. Third level is nostalgic 1970s to 1990s. Finally, the fourth level offers techno, house and trance. Recline on floor cushions and relax. If the heat gets too hot, chill out in the IcePub.


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Prague 03 Zizkov

 

Palac Akropolis is the nerve center of alternative music and drama, from local rock to string. Young artists from all over the world gather in this multifunctional building that houses a restaurant, cafe, a large concert space and two bars. The small hall, Mala Scena, is the domain of DJs playing experimental music at weekends. During the week specially mixed recorded music is played. The main stage is reserved for real stars such as Apollo 440, Natacha Atlas, Boban Markovic Orkestar and the The Strokes who all performed here. Chill out in the theater bar with house, drum'n'bass, bass, reggae, hip hop, latin, funk and deep house. Indulge in Czech cuisine in the restaurant on the ground floor while listening to Roma bands and feast your eyes on the restaurants interior containing an upside-down canoe, an aquarium with weird objects and coconut shell lamp.


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Prague 09 Cerny Most


 

The O2 Arena is quite new to the Prague scene. It was built for the Men's World Ice Hockey Championships in 2004. The Czechs are good at ice-hockey, the national game, and the O2 Arena is the best place to watch this. O2 is also home to HC Slavia Prague and HC Lev Prague. Sports fan have here the day of their life. But also non-sportsmen flock to O2 Arena to see people such as Beyonce, Elton John or Tina Turner, others who performed here were Andrea Bocelli, Kylie Minogue and Tom Jones. Check the website upcoming events.


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Lucerna music Bar is the perfect setting for a mellow evening. No cutting-edge music but an excellent place to catch live bands. Czech bands on weekdays. At the weekend Lucerna transforms itself into a theme night. DJ's play 1980s and 1990s music accompanied by original videos from that period. Old and young mix on the dance floor and party until the small hours. Bars dotted around the club serve reasonably priced drinks. Lucerna is located very close to Wenceslas Square and right in the middle of partying Prague.


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Tucked away on the top floor of Kotva Shopping Mall on Republiky Square, Palanca Dance Club is a favorite meeting spot for Latinos and all Caribbean music lovers. If you have spent all your energy during the day and do not feel like dancing, watch the Latinos. They are the most amazing dancers on earth. Check the program before going. Every day of the week something different is on, from zouk to tango or reggae to bachata. Simply pick up the rhythm and join in. The wooden dance floor is excellently suited for click-clack of high heels and castanets. Come on a Monday or Tuesday and learn how to dance the salsa. Dance at the weekend until the metro starts its first ride at 5 am.


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Prague 05 Smichov


 

Phenomen Music Club is your place if you cannot decide which is more important; music or food. Be sure to arrive around 8 pm, when DJ's start spinning. Nibble salted almonds or vegetables chips, washed down by a large mug of Staropramen, brewed in Prague's Smichov district close to Phenomen. Every Thursday is singles evening. Check the website so that you don not miss out on Funhouse, Hot Saturday, I Love Music, the sexy go-go dancers or the Bongo Bongo party. If your Prague visit coincides with a performance of an original English Stand-up Comedy, be sure to arrive early to secure a good place. Forget Mondays and Sundays when no events are staged. Phenomen Music Club is located in the Smichov area, get there by Metro (Andel Station) and return by night bus 54.


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Bombay Bar is a friendly mix of music, dance and cocktails. Especially at weekends, Bombay Bar is packed with a laid-back crowd. Listen to DJ's who adept the music to the visitors' mood. No need to restrict yourself to the dance floor. Dance anywhere you like. In summer, the best place is out in the garden. Cocktails lovers can choose from Blue Passion cocktail, Havana rum, Blue Curacao, lime juice and lemonade to Rainbow cocktail, melon, banana and strawberry liqueurs, grenadine and orange juice. Or would you rather have a non-alcoholic Bombay Shake, pureed strawberries and bananas mixed with cream.


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It is not just rock that is on the menu in Rock Café. This huge place a multimedia space where you can listen to bands, watch movies the cinema, buy CD's in the shop and drink mugs full of Czech beer in the bar. The main stage is in the basement. The club consists of four parts; Rock pub, Gung-Ho shop, bar and internet café and concert hall. Lounge in comfy sofas in the rock pub, and sip beer to the thumping sound of metal and rock. Pay a smallish entrance fee only or the concerts, but if you come on a Tuesday entrance is free.


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Prague 07 Holesovice


 

Mecca means a full night of fun. It is the trendiest dance venue in Prague. Don your best and hippest outfit. Be sure to wear those high heels. Last year's fashion is out of date. Only the hippest and most trendy music lovers dance here in style. Dance to your heart's desire to techno, hip-hop or house. Enjoy the music until your ears pop. Dazzling pink lights create an atmosphere not to be found anywhere else. The dance floor is vast. The bar serves almost any drink you can think of, at a slightly higher price than in other venues. Does it matter? Mecca offers the best clubbing and dancing in Pragues. So what are you waiting for?


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Prague 07 Holesovice

 

SaSaZu is a clubbers paradise, not just an ordinary paradise but one with enough space for 2,000 partygoers. Located in the cool neighborhood of Holesovice, this hip club with it stylish, sleek interior attracts visitors and locals alike and impresses with top quality House, Dance, Funk, Ethno and Pop. Performing artists come from all over the world, Tiesto, Burama, One Republic, Paul van Dyk, to name just a few. Club events mostly start at 22:00 and continue until the wee hours. If clubbing is not your thing Chef Shahaf Shabtay juggles with ingredients characteristic of Asian cuisine and serves up authentic dishes from Vietnam, Cambodia and Indonesia.


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