Things to do in Prague

Things to do in Prague

With our great nightlife and entertainment tips we can guarantee you a whole lot of fun during your citybreak Prague. What do you prefer? A romantic dinner in a great restaurant? Dive into the authentic atmosphere of Prague in one of the beerhouses in the Staré Město? Or maybe you are in for a dance in a vibrant disco at the Wenceslas Square? Here we will highlight the best spots in Prague for an unforgettable night.

Restaurants Prague

The Czech gastronomical tradition can be described as simple but tasteful. It’s definitely worthwhile to taste from the culinary traditions in Prague. Maybe you will discover what ‘vepřo knedlo zelo’ means? But also the great atmosphere in the traditional restaurants is one you really should experience during your stay in Prague. Do you prefer a more international kitchen? That also will not be a problem. Here you will find some good tips for great restaurants in Prague.

U Medvidku
This restaurant is one of the favorites among the locals. U Medvidku is one of these places you can’t miss. It’s a typical beerhouse where you can taste good food and great beer. Already in 1466 this place was a brewery. Here you will experience an authentic atmosphere.
Address: Na Perstyne 7

St. Thomas Beerhouse
One of the most enchanting places to taste a Czech beer and enjoy some Czech specialties is the St. Thomas Beerhouse. This old brewery has a history that goes back to 1358 when the brewery was founded as the brewery of the Augustinian monastery. The beerhouse houses nowadays in a beautiful renaissance building with some baroque details and modern innovations.
Address: Letenska 12

Restaurant and beerhouse Vojanuv Dvur
You can find this wonderful restaurant in the historic city centre. It’s as well a fashionable as a traditional restaurant. You will feel if you are back to the ’20 with often live music from great artists who play old Prague songs and with great traditional dishes like roasted pork, all kinds of cheese and of course some real Czech beer.
Address: U Lužického semináře 21

Nightlife Prague

For many, Prague is a fascinating historical city with interesting monuments, therefore one often forgets to think of Prague as a great citybreak destination with a sparkling nightlife as well. Because this is certainly true. First you could grab a drink in an authentic beerhouse and later on you can have all the fun you want at one of the great modern clubs. Find here the best hotspots for a great nightlife experience in Prague.

U Fleku
Do you want to explore Prague’s nightlife, then U Fleku would be a great starting point. This is definitely the most popular beerhouse in town! Here you can taste all kinds of Czech beers. The real beer fan will feel himself immediately at home. Maybe you are lucky and a local artist will come to play on his accordion. Where?
Address: Kremencova 11

This is not only the most popular club of Prague; it’s even the most popular club in the whole country. Therefore, one of those hotspots you must visit. You will meet trendy and fashionable Prague; the visitors always are in for a great party. Talented dj’s will get the party going and the beautiful dancers will challenge you on the dance floor. Are you in?
Address: Dlouhá 33

Maybe you would like to learn more about the music culture in Prague, in that case Lucerna would be the right choice. Here you can watch nice upcoming bands at the stage. The weekends are known for its great ’80 and ’90 parties. Definitely a nightlife highlight to put on your list during your citybreak Prague.
Address: Address: Vodickova 36

Theatre Prague

Prague is a city with great cultural traditions, theatre is one of these traditions. Visiting a theatre in Prague will give your citybreak Prague an extra dimension. Opera, ballet, musical, experimental, whatever you like best you’ll find it in one of the amazing theatres of Prague. Here we will suggest some great theatres.

Estate Opera Prague
The Estate Opera Prague houses in an overwhelming beautiful building. The history of the theatre goes back to 1888, when on the 5th of January the theatre was first inaugurated with the performance of ‘The Mastersingers of Nürnberg’, a famous play from Wagner. It will absolutely be an unforgettable experience to watch one of the great shows that are performed here. Sometimes there are even nice shows that are suitable for children too.
Address: Legerova 75

National Theatre
Is it a theatre or a museum? That will probably be the question you ask yourself when first entering the National Theatre, because the theatre is decorated with masterpieces as paintings, frescos and sculptures from important Czech artists. This makes a visit to this theatre even more interesting. But also the building itself is a beautiful work of architecture, designed by Josef Schulz. An earlier theatre that also served as the National Theatre was destroyed in a fire in 1868. Here you can watch impressive ballet shows and fantastic operas like Carmen, Aida and La Traviata.
Address: Národní 223/2

National Marionette Theatre
Prague is also very famous because of its puppet theatre plays. The beautifully handmade puppets are very detailed and expressive and will really touch you during a show. It will be a whole different experience.
Address: Žatecká 1

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