Worst club in the Prague. Be vigilant and careful - instead of good and funny spend time - You can have discrimination on a national sign and destroyed health.
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Club Lavka has got it all : cocktails, 80s music, internet access, strippers, 'exotic dancers', a terrace overlooking the river and Charles Bridge and flashy lights.
What more do you want....Staff... more
I really like the place. Very alternative. It’s important to see the program of the events first (look in the web site http://klub.roxy.cz/). There are concerts, art exhibitions, dj´s etc… No Dress... more
Radost is a great place to go later in the day for music,dancing and people watching.
I had the best Vodka Martini ever at Radost. Anything can happen.
Jama became my favourite bar in the centre of... more
True this tends to be full of tourists, a place where you wont be far away from a North American accent but I like this place all the same. The downstairs only opens once a month these days, but if... more
A nice place for 25-30 yrs old and up, good music.
Even better is Nebe, a nice place 50 meters away, people from 25 yrs old and up, and some great music with video (sometimes the same song they... more
This city is beautifull in the night, make sure you cross at least Charles Bridhe and take a look around you, the lights the people, the river, everything looks amazing at night. It's a must see ! I... more
Narodni Divadlo (National Theatre) was built in Neo-Renaissance style 1868 - 81, was damaged by a fire soon after the opening and reopened in 1883. The architect was Josef Zitek; many of the best... more
Prague’s most famous beer-hall and brewery, U Fleku, is situated in central Prague. It is said that the owners acquired the rights to brew beer there in the year 1499. But the ancient brewing house... more
When I visited Prague I didn't quite know what to expect. I had assumed to see a lot of faceless concrete buildings, and time worn faces on the local population. That couldn't have been farther from...