Late Night Reveling from Wine and Beer to Clubbing and Dancing

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. 



Chapeau Rouge is a popular party pub located very close to Old Town Square in Prague's historic center. Red is the main colour scheme and gives the place a pleasant old-time atmosphere. Listen to alternative independent bands from all around the...  Read More

Prague 02 Vinohrady


Vinicni Altan is a beautiful open-air wine garden and pavilion. Enjoy a glass or two of their own wine grown in the vineyard just below the pavilion. They also serve a wide selection of foreign wines; German, Austrian and French. Look out for...  Read More

Prague 02 Vinohrady


The best place to be on a balmy summer night is the beer garden in Riegrovy Park in Prague's Vinohrady district. This is a favorite spot of both Czechs and visitors. Not quite in the center of the city but not far either, Riegrovy beer garden...  Read More

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Letna Beer Garden
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Watch Prague's twinkling lights from Letna Beer Garden perched on Letna Hill. Share a table with one of the locals or tourists who flock to this shady area during the day or in the evening. The beer garden is next to Letensky Zamecek, Letna...  Read More

Novomestsky Pivovar
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Novomestsky Pivovar buzzes until early morning. It is always crowded and free tables are rare. No problem! It is a Czech custom to share your table with others. This beer hall is a favorite among tourists which is reflected in the menu which is...  Read More



Tlusta Koala means Fat Koala. The moment you enter you will feel at home. Here you will experience the atmosphere of a genuine British pub. Dark wood furniture and wallpaper with floral motives give it a Victorian feel. The main reason to come...  Read More

Prague 02 Vinohrady
Radost FX


Radox FX is a popular hang-out, combing café, pub, restaurant and club FX. Radost is Czech for pleasure that's exactly what Radost does, it pleases with music and food. Not only does the oriental-themed bar, the shiny mirrors, crystal...  Read More

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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...  Read More

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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 and restaurant with it stylish, sleek interior attracts visitors and...  Read More

Prague 02 Vinohrady


Deminka the Grandmother of restaurants has been going strong since 1886 in Prague. You will taste here not only traditional Czech food and delectable Czech beer but also a unique atmosphere. Located in Vinohrady, a residential quarter close to...  Read More


Meet Marianne Crone

Marianne Crone divides her time between her home in the Netherlands and an apartment in Prague, the city where her son, daughter-in-law and grandson live.

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