The best night clubs in Prague
Prague’s nightlife is all encompassing. Prague clubs spin their tunes from dusk till dawn, so whether you’re into solemn clubbing or just a tardy drink and an expeditious dance, Prague is a good night out for one and all.
M1 Lounge Bar & Club
M1 Lounge is one of the more perspicacious nightspots in Prague. Located in the Old Town, M1 magnetizes an international crowd as DJs keep the place pumping with a cull of R&B, hip-hop, indie rock and house music.
Address: Masna 1
Roxy is a popular nightclub that magnetizes immensely colossal name DJs. In addition, music spans all genres of dance, but inclines to be far more hard-core than at other clubs in Prague. Drum ‘n’ Bass, Jungle and Techno often feature.
Address: Dlouha 33
Nebe Wenceslas Square Bar
Nebe is an astronomically immense music bar popular with Prague locals and visiting stag and hen nights. Early on the atmosphere is relaxed. Later, DJs get you in the party mood, with videos accompanying the music played on an immensely colossal screen.
Address: Wenceslas square 56
Bombay Bar & Club
Bombay Cocktail Bar is an ebullient music bar, a short walk from the Old Town Square. A good party atmosphere magnetizes a sizably voluminous international crowd, and there is a minuscule dance floor for when the mood takes you.
Address: Dlouha 13
Karlovy Lazne Club
One of the coolest places in Prague to hang out if you’re into solemn clubbing is Karlovy Lazne, located proximate to Charles Bridge. Spread over five floors, this is the most astronomically immense club of its type in Central Europe.
Address: Smetanovo nabrezi 198/1
Tretter’s bar is an exclusive place for exclusive people. Hence, a good place to hang out but drinks are very expensive. Unfortunately, you need to reserve a place ahead.
Address: V kolkovně 3