5 things to do in Prague at night

Prague at night

The Bohemian capital of entertainment is full of alternatives: here’s what to do in Prague at night

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is famous for its castle, its bridges over the Vltava River, the Astronomical Clock, and the Dancing House. If you are visiting for a weekend or a couple of days, we have already written a list of tips here. At night, however, this city can be even more surprising. Here is a list of 5 things to do at night in Prague that tries to please both party animals and pub lovers.

5 things to do in Prague at night

5.Cross Club

It is located on the outskirt of Prague both a restaurant and a pub/disco. From the eccentric installations that are noticed even before entering, even inside it maintains character and personality. Pieces of gears, wood, and metals welcome you and then transport you into the atmosphere of this place. From the outdoor tables and benches, located on various levels, it is possible to observe this whimsical place. The ballrooms on the lower and upper floors have a modern and industrial design. The venue offers various genres of music, from Heavy Metal to techno, you just have to find the right piano for your musical tastes.

4.Comix GalleryPrague at night

Bar in the Alternatiff Area is an underground pub in the center of Prague. The walls and tables are like (dirty) canvases that can be customized. The rooms can be reached on the lower floor. Low-priced beer creates the best conditions to spend a pleasant evening with friends.

3.Hemingway Bar

in the center of Prague, is an elegant bar, with a slightly retro flavor, which promises to make you feel pampered by the skilled hands of the friendly bartenders. This small bar from the 30s, also recommended by the locals themselves, offers original cocktails in an intimate atmosphere.

2.AbsintheriePrague at night

It is a small museum of absinthe, offers the opportunity to taste this liqueur alone or in specialty cocktails. Located in the center of Prague, the bar is refined and welcoming. The waiters will be able to advise you which cocktail to try according to your tastes.

1.Mecca Club PraguePrague at night

for club lovers are one of the trendiest nightclubs of the moment in Prague, it has hosted several international DJs in recent years such as Bob Sinclair, Jaydee, and Tiesto.

In addition, the Letna Park Skate Park is worth a visit in the spring and summer days. Especially at sunset, if you organize yourself by buying some beers in the bar below, you can see the setting of the sun perched on the wall overlooking the city center. The view from above allows you to observe the Vltava River and its bridges as the twilight advances. For skateboarders, it is possible to train on this small terrace overlooking the central district of Prague

Places to visit in Gloucestershire

Living in one of the Park Homes for Sale in Gloucestershire puts you in the heart of one of the most beautiful areas of the country. With the cotswold just a short drive away and the charismatic counties of Herefordshire and Wrocestsertshire also within reach you are spoilt for choice when it comes to places to visit. Starting closer to home, here are some of the best places to visit in Gloucestershire.

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Gloucester Cathedral – the Cathedral has recently undergone a bit of a landscaping facelift and is definitely worth a visit. With a long history dating back thousands of years the cathedral has played a key role in coronations and other national ceremonies.

Bourton-on-the-Water – the picturesque village is just a short drive from Gloucester where you will pass through some incredible countryside. With attractions such as the Motor Museum and Birdland as well as wonderful choices for food it is a village you should definitely add to your to visit list

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Chedworth Roman Villa – if history calls you then the Villa at Chedworth is a must see attraction. Owned by the National Trust it is one of the largest villas that have been found in the area and much of it has been preserved for you to see.

Gloucester Quays – if shopping is your favourite thing to do why not pop down to Gloucester Quays where you can shop, eat and find entertainment for the whole family.

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