If you are looking for bars and clubs then Prague is certainly the place to head for lovers of nightlife. During the winter, they can warm you up on even the coldest evenings, while in the summer it is warm enough to dance in your glad rags until the early hours of the morning. Top clubs in Prague include the Lavka Bar and Club at the heart of the Old Town, which is the perfect one-stop place for a drink in the bar first, before heading to the club a little later to dance the night away to the latest top tunes.
If you prefer something a little more retro then Lucerna in Vodickova located in the New Town near Wenceslas Square is the ideal venue. It is a popular Czech music venue during the week, but at the weekend turns into a 80s and 90s retro club that is popular both with visitors and the native Czechs alike. If the 70s is your thing then the Starsky and Hutch Bar and Club will bring back memories of the white striped Gran Torino. One of the best aspects of a night out in Prague is the sheer variation of different attractions available.
The Aloha Bar and Club in the Old Town is a wonderful replica Hawaiian cocktail bar, serving some of the most potent cocktails in the city. For a different atmosphere, try out the Double Trouble Bar and Club, also located in the Old Town which is set in a spectacular Gothic cellar and has a very informal and alternative feel. Of course, Prague has a deserved reputation as a party city, but it also has plenty of other attractions of an evening for more refined tastes.
The Black Light Theatre hosts a variety of musical performances throughout the year, while the city is famous for its classical concerts, ballet and opera at a wide number of venues across the city. Eating out is a real treat in the city too and there is a great spread of restaurants, Papas Restaurant and Bar, Staromacek Restaurant and Nebe in Wenceslas Square all offer great value food for those on a modest budget. Those seeking a more elegant dining experience are spoilt for choice with the likes of the Terasa U Zlate Studne Restaurant, Zlata Praha Restaurant and the Bellevue Restaurant all offering differing menus of immense quality.
Prague has enjoyed a burgeoning reputation as the party capital of Europe and it is not difficult to see why. However the city is also steeped in tradition, history and culture. Whether you want a wild weekend city break, or a taste of eastern European culture, Prague city breaks provide enough variety to suit all tastes.