Stare Mesto Nightlife, Prague (Self Guided)

Prague offers fascinating night entertainment. It has a lot of clubs and discos. Check out the most popular nightlife spots in Central Prague in the following self-guided tour.
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Stare Mesto Nightlife Map

Guide Name: Stare Mesto Nightlife
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague (See other walking tours in Prague)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 6
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.3 km
Author: vickyc
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Nebe Kremencova Cocktail & Music Bar

1) Nebe Kremencova Cocktail & Music Bar

A popular nightlife establishment offering one of the most expansive cocktail selections in the city, Nebe Kremencova Cocktail & Music Bar is found inside a restored medieval building. Attracting a crowd consisting mainly of you professionals and university students both local and from abroad, guests here can sample from its rather extensive menu of over one hundred cocktails, including its signature bucket cocktail that serves eight. Entertainment usually includes popular club hits, including retro classics to keep the energy going on the dance floor. The music is secondary, however, to the atmosphere, with guests often enjoying a conversation over a cocktail with upbeat music playing in the background.

Operation Hours: Monday – Saturday: 6 pm – 5 am
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Pivovar U Fleku Restaurant

2) Pivovar U Fleku Restaurant

This restaurant offers to its visitors Czech cuisine. Its specialty is U Fleků Platter, a dish made of pork, duck and sausage with two kinds of cabbage and two kinds of dumplings. You will taste there dark strong beer brewed for 170 years on recipe of Flek family.
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Solid Uncertainty Bar & Club

3) Solid Uncertainty Bar & Club

Attracting a decent-sized crowd, particularly on the weekends, consisting of both locals and tourists, Solid Uncertainty Bar & Club offers a friendly, casual environment where guests can enjoy a drink with a friend along with some upbeat tunes. While the weekends host DJs spinning a great mix of current and classic pop to get guests shaking on the dance floor, weekdays usually invite local bands and musicians to entertain the crowd from its small stage. Solid Uncertainty’s centrally-located bar is surrounded by ample seating on all sides, including bar tables with stools and traditional tables and chairs on the other side.

Operation Hours: Tuesday - Thursday: 6 pm - 2 am; Friday – Saturday: 6 pm - 4 am; Sunday: 4 pm – 1 am
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Lavka Bar and Club

4) Lavka Bar and Club

Situated on the bank of the Vlatava River, Lavka Bar and Club can be found in the Old Town near the Charles Bridge in the heart of Prague. Attracting a good amount of tourists to the city, as well as a fair amount of locals, guests here come to dance the night away, with upbeat club anthems in the beginning of the night yielding to the best current electronic dance music as the night progresses. One popular attraction, and in particular for stag parties, is Lavka’s go-go dancers shaking their stuff on podiums. During warmer weather, the outdoor terrace is a great place to enjoy the evening, offering a splendid view of the river under the moonlight.

Operation Hours: Daily: 8 pm - 4 am
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Karlovy Lazne

5) Karlovy Lazne

Karlovy Lázně is a five story disco club in Prague and the largest club in Central Europe. Lázně is situated 50 meters from the eastern end of the Charles Bridge on the bank of the Vltava River. An entrance fee of 75 Koruna allows access to the club, which features different music on each of its five stories. Seeing as Lázně is the largest club in Prague, and supposedly Central Europe as well, the club is crowded at weekends with an assortment of tourists and locals, guaranteeing an interesting experience. The variety of floors and music sweeping the club ensures that Lázně maintains a far more diverse and exotic crowd than any other club in Prague.

Operation Hours: Daily: 9 pm - 5 am
Sight description based on wikipedia
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Zlaty Strom Bar & Club

6) Zlaty Strom Bar & Club

A fantastic party atmosphere underlies any evening spent at the Zlaty Strom Bar & Club. A fun and friendly nightlife establishment that attracts a mixed crowd of all ages, Zlaty’s pole dancing room with topless dancers makes a popular feature for a stag party though the pace also includes two lounge areas, four bars, and an illuminated dance floor downstairs where local DJs spin a great variety of popular favorites from today and yesterday. Its bars feature a wide selection of drinks including a bevy of great cocktails to choose from. One popular selection from its cocktail menu is the eight-man mojito which comes with eight straws to share with a group of friends.

Operation Hours: Daily: 8 pm - 6 am

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Stare Mesto Orientation Walk

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Stare Mesto Souvenir Shopping

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Travel Distance: 4.0 km
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Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.6 km

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Tips for Exploring City on Foot at Your Own Pace

Whether you are in Prague for a quick stopover or have a few days to see the city in more detail, exploring it on foot, at your own pace, is definitely the way to go. Here are some tips for you to save money, see the best Prague has to offer, take good care of your feet while walking, and keep your mobile device – your ultimate "work horse" on this trip - well fed and safe.

Saving Money with City Passes


To save yourself time and money visiting Prague's multiple sights, you may want to resort to the so-called city passes, such as the Prague City Pass (by Ticketbar), Prague City Pass (by Musement), or Prague City Pass (by Viator).

A city pass combines all or multiple Prague's top highlights, tours and experiences in one prepaid attractions pass, using which you can save incredible amounts on general admission fees as compared to purchasing tickets separately. Often, a city pass also allows you to skip the lines at major attractions, thus saving you precious time.

Staying at Walk-Friendly Hotels


Since you're keen on exploring cities on foot (we assume that you are, and this is why you're here), it is important that you stay at a hotel close to the city's major attractions. It saves you time and energy. Here are a few Prague hotels conveniently located for a comfortable stroll: Hotel Lippert, Old Town Square Hotel, Grand Hotel Praha.

Taking Care of Your Feet


To ensure ultimate satisfaction from a day of walking around the city as big as Prague, it is imperative to take good care of your feet so as to avoid unpleasant things like blisters, cold or overheated soles, itchy, irritated or otherwise damaged (cracked) skin, etc. Luckily, these days there is no shortage of remedies to address (and, ideally, to prevent) these and other potential problems with feet. Among them: Compression Socks, Rechargeable Battery-Powered Thermo Socks for Cold Weather, Foot Repair Cream, Deodorant Powder, Shoes UV Sterilizer, and many more that you may wish to find a place in your travel kit for.

Travel Gadgets for Your Mobile Device


Your mobile phone or tablet will be your work horse on a self-guided walk. They offer tour map, guide you from one attraction to another, and provide informative background for the sights you wish to visit. Therefore it is absolutely essential to plan against unexpected power outages in the wrong place at the wrong time, much as to ensure the safety of your device.

For these and other contingencies, here's the list of useful appliances: Portable Charger/External Battery Pack, Worldwide Travel Charger Adapter, Power Converter for International Travel Adapter, and Mobile Device Leash.

Exploring City on Guided Tours


We have a strong bias towards exploring a city on foot, at your own pace, because this is how you get to see things up close with a maximum freedom. You decide how much time you wish to spend at each attraction and don't have to worry about following a crowd. That said, however, we also understand that some of you may want to go with a guided tour. If that is your case, here are some guided tours to consider. Be ready to fork out a bit of money, though, as a guided tour of Prague typically costs somewhere between US$25+ and US$85+ per person:

- Board a hop-on hop-off double-decker to admire Prague's best-known landmarks in comfort from the open top of the bus listening in the headsets to the commentary provided in a variety of languages, and be able to get on and off at any of the stops along the three interconnecting routes (the ticket is valid for all three). For extra fun, enhance the experience with a complementary walking tour of the Jewish Quarter or Prague Castle!

- Embark on a self-balancing Segway tour of Prague – this usually lasts about 2 hours and allows visitors to get a real sense of the Czech capital. Most people (even those aged 70+) find it quite fun and convenient, enabling to cover much more ground than you otherwise could have done by walking.

- Pedal your way around Prague on a 2-hour bike tour exploring the city's exceptional architecture and spectacular landmarks, watching the surroundings, and learning much about the Czech capital from an informative group leader, making halfway through a 30 minute refreshment stop at the Vltava riverside pub.

- Acquaint yourself with the secrets and wicked stories of the magical Golden Lane of Prague and gain insight into one of Europe's largest medieval castles on a 3.5-hour historical walk to the renowned Prague Castle and other gems of the Czech capital!

- Take a 3-hour walk to discover Prague’s Old Town and other downtown highlights including the Jewish quarter for a chance to learn about the centuries-long fascinating and complicated history of Prague and the Prague Jews in particular. In addition to the beautiful historic architecture, enjoy a free drink during a break!

- Discover Prague with the taste of beer on a relaxing 1.5-hour tasting session sampling some of the best brews the city has to offer! Learn some secrets of professional beer tasting and brewing traditions of the Czech Republic. A truly insightful introduction to the city's beer culture renowned for its pilsners, porters and other brews!

Day Trips


If you have a day to spare whilst in Prague, why not use it to explore some of the out-of-town destinations like Terezin, Kutna Hora, Cesky Krumlov, or Karlstejn Castle. For as little as circa US$45+ to US$80+ per person you will get a chance to discover the highlights of the UNESCO World Heritage sites including medieval city with hundreds of historic buildings, see the «Pearl of the Renaissance» castle - one of the most important historic sites in Central Europe, explore the picturesque south Bohemian countryside, visit a 13th century silver mine town - once the rich and powerful seat of the royal mint, embark on an educational journey into a former Jewish ghetto for some chilling insights into the grim World War II period, and more. For any of these tours you will be picked up straight from your hotel in Prague and transported by a comfortable air-conditioned coach or private vehicle to the destination of your choice and back again.