Lavka is situated next to Karlovy Lazne and close to the Charles Bridge. By day you can enjoy a relaxing meal by the banks of the Vlatva, by night the club comes alive and you can enjoy the downstairs disco, highly populated with tourists. It can get a bit confusing with the two sets of stairs especially when you've enjoyed a few too many.
Venues shift in and out of popularity with great rapidity. With soaring rents in the centre of town, almost all of the clubs around Wenceslas Square have either closed or spread out throughout the city. Establishments tend to be divided to meet the demands of three groups: expensive (for the newly wealthy Czechs and tourists), cheap and trashy (for the young tourists, backpackers and ex-pats) and cheap and innovative (for young Czechs and visitors in the know). Many bars are open late (until 0200 or 0400) and clubs even later (until 0500 or even 0600). Dress codes and admission prices do not feature strongly in Prague’s nightlife. The minimum drinking age in the Czech Republic is 18 and drinks are inexpensive at Kc30 for half a litre of beer or Kc70-100 for imported beers and Kc15-60 for liquors (depending on the drink – vodka is cheaper than whisky, for instance) ....
Dress Code: In this place you don't have any requirements... I've visited a lot of nightclubs when I was in Prague, and I have to say Lavka is my favourite (and also cheap, only to enter...but not the drinks there are expensives)...The entry fee is 50CZK per 1 person. They play every day from 9.30 p.m. to 5.00 a.m.
Lavka has a good mix of both foreign and Czech clubbing people and a good age mix. It's especially during the summer, since they then have the outdoor terrace open, with tables, an outside bar and a stunning view of the river and the Charles Bridge. On the downside, Lavka has stiff prices on drinks (for being Prague), especially if you insist on drinking imported stuff.
Dress Code: Anything, as long as you don't come naked.
One good site is the Klub Lavka (www.lavka.cz), is a disco situated near the Charles bridge. Music of all the times. It costs 50 Kc.
Another good place is Jama pub (www.praguepivo.com), with good rock music.
This is the club 'Lavka'
very nice place for spending time...good music..etc...check on it:)
Very good music...it is kind of disco club!
Also having great garden outside..by the river 'Vltava' so it is even beautiful to stay there by day. So it is not just night club!Very relaxing indeed!
Dress Code: well...everyone wear everything....no rules...full of tourist!
Cool nightclub close to Charles Bridge. In summertime, have a drink outside with a really impressive view of Prague Castle. It also has a 24 hour bar (at least it had when I was there in 1996).
Dress Code: Any