Where to Party in Prague

Whether you are looking to spend your nights out on a dance floor, or in a funky bar with a glass of wine, Prague has something for you. The city has enough clubs, concert halls and bars to keep you busy all week- long. Here are the top places to spend your nights out in Prague:


A Club For Each Night of the Week



Make your way over to Roxy (Dlouhá 33, 110 00 Praha 1). This club has a big dance floor and stage that you can dance on. The club has two stories and the music is always on point. Pro-tip: the club doesn't get busy until around 12:45 AM, so be prepared for a late night out when you go to Roxy. 



If you're making the effort to go out on a Tuesday, then you should head over to Chapeau Rouge (Jakubská 647/2, 110 00 Praha 1). Chapeau Rouge is more of a bar than a club, but it does have a dance floor. You can pregame before with a big fishbowl at Dejavu next door.



If you are studying abroad or living in Prague, then you know that Wednesdays are reserved for Retro (Francouzská 75/4, 120 00 Praha 2-Vinohrady). Retro is one of the biggest clubs in the city and it has two stories and a gigantic dance floor. There is a different DJ mixing at the club every week and you can typically expect to hear electric dance music. 



If you want to party like Rhianna, then make sure to visit Radost FX on Thursday (Bělehradská 234/120, 120 00 Praha). Rhianna filmed her “Please Don’t Stop the Music” video here and the club tends to play it on repeat. Make sure to get the club's signature drink, black currant vodka with sprite. Radost also has an amazing vegetarian restaurant on the top floor where they serve a great brunch on the weekend and have something on the menu for everyone. If you are hungry after your night out, head over to Pizza Roma for some great drunchies.



If you are ever in Prague on a Friday, then you absolutely have to go to Lucerna (Štěpánská 61, 110 00 Praha 1). Friday is eighties and nineties night there. You can dance to the Spice Girls, Mamma Mia, the Backstreet Boys and Grease. This is one of the only clubs in Prague that charges a cover, so make sure to have cash with you. Luckily, the cover is only 100 Czech crowns, or about four dollars. After your night out, go to one of the food stands on Wenchaslas Square and get the fried cheese or “smazeny syr” in Czech. It is basically a giant mozzarella stick and is the best drunk food ever.

Lucerna, Prague



Saturday is the best night to visit Karlovy Lazne, otherwise known as the five-story club (Smetanovo nábř. 198/1, 110 00 Praha 1). This is the biggest club in Central Europe and each floor has a different theme. The bottom floor has an ice bar that you can go to for a relaxed evening any night of the week. There is a cover charge, so bring cash.


Other Bars and Clubs


U Sudu (Vodičkova 677/10, 110 00 Praha 1-Nové Město)

This cave-like bar is close to Old Town and Wencaslas Square. You can go here for a low-key night with friends or to pregame before going to other clubs. It is very smoky inside and the ceilings are pretty low.


Nebe (Václavské nám. 802/56, 110 00 Praha)

This bar and club has it all. There is a small dance floor and they play amazing music. The drinks are good and you can get gigantic fish bowls here.


James Dean (V Kolkovně 922/1, 110 00 Praha 1)

This bar in Old Town is kind of like Prague’s version of Johnny Rockets. It is an American restaurant during the day and it turns into a bar after dinner.


Cross Club (Plynární 1096/23, 170 00 Praha 7-Holešovice)

This club is a little bit further out. It is a bit more alternative and the music played here is not mainstream.  


Double Trouble (Melantrichova 970/17, 110 00 Praha-Staré Město)

Double Trouble is a smaller club and bar near Old Town Square. There is a small dance floor, so it is a nice setting if you want to dance, but are not up for one of the bigger clubs.