Prague Nightlife

 

Prague is now recognized as one of Europe’s hottest locations for a party and has an amazing nightlife scene. This historic city is split with a river down the middle and is one of the most picturesque places you can go on a night out. It no lie that us Brits flock to Prague for cheap booze which is a plenty! Prague has a great selection of nightclubs which cater for every style of music as well as a wide range of bars from multiple backgrounds. Prague is a popular choice of destination for a Stag do or a Hen do and its clear to see why us English love the place so much, there is no doubt if you was to visit you’ll end up bumping into each other which of course always helps the party. Prague does get cold in the winter months however so its a wise choice to dress accordingly. For more information on Prague check out our guides via clicking the buttons above, should you wish to know anything extra then feel free to contact us and we will be more than happy to help, from my own point of view i consider the Prague nightlife to be one of the most unique in the world and something that has to be experienced!

Currency Language/s
Czech Crowns
Czech
Month High Low
January
2°C
-4°C
February
4°C
-3°C
March
8°C
0°C
April
14°C
4°C
May
18°C
8°C
June
21°C
11°C
July
23°C
13°C
August
23°C
12°C
September
19°C
9°C
October
13°C
5°C
November
6°C
1°C
December
2°C
-2°C

Known For... Stag and Hen Do's

Prague is known for being a popular choice for Stag and Hen do’s, this is because of the cheap alcohol and many bars to choose from, on a night the popular spots can get packed quickly so its important to know where to head to…

Must See... A 5 FLOOR NIGHTCLUB!

A must seen when experiencing the nightlife in Prague is Karlovy Lazne, dubbed by the website as the largest club in central europe. This place is huge with 5 floors of music and a wide range of genres to listen too. This place is very popular with the 18-30 age group in prague, with a good mix of locals and tourists.

Location and Getting Here...

Prague is located in the middle of Europe and is land locked so unfortunately you cannot book a cruise in. The clear main choice of travel to Prague is via air with planes running frequently from London airports. The cost of these flights is usually quite cheap (£20-£50) and Prague’s airport is located fairly central so the taxi ride from the airport is not at too much cost. The flight time from London is around 1 hour 20 minutes.