Letná Beer Garden and its stunning view
If you wish to experience one of the most beautiful viewpoints of the entire city, we recommended you head for the Letná Beer Garden. Nestled on the heights of the Letná Park, you will enjoy a pint of fresh beer with a view on the Vltava River and the Staré Město – more commonly referred to as the “old town”.
Accompanied by a few locals, you can contemplate the setting sun and let the scintillating lights over the city monuments lull you. For a last drink at the end of the day, this makes for a guaranteed change of scenery!
Letná Beer Garden
170 00 Praha 7
Cross Club and its zany decoration
Located in the Holešovice district in the north of Prague, Cross Club is one of those very popular spots among locals. Each week, it attracts a large crowd with memorable DJ sets. The most surprising aspect remains its architecture, an ode to contemporary sculpture. Entirely made of waste material – nuts and bolts, wheels, lamps, iron... – the club shows you what you're in for right at the entry with a metal etching hanging overhead. Walk down the stone staircase leading you to the cellar, where you'll find that industrial touch everywhere, in a maze of corridors giving onto the various rooms. For those who prefer to stay outside, Cross Club also offers a garden filled with wrought iron structures. You won't forget this original and varied atmosphere anytime soon!
170 00 Praha 7
AghaRTA Jazz Centrum, one of the best clubs in town
A stone's throw away from the old town, this jazz club opened on September 29th 1991, the day after Miles Davis died. The American composer and trumpet player was one of the founders of contemporary jazz, and the club owes its name to his 1975 released album Agartha. For a last drink with jazz overtones, you should therefore pay a visit to the AghaRTA Jazz Centrum, where you'll discover a host of Czech bands. Settled in a brick wall cave with an intimate and muted atmosphere, get ready to enjoy jazz, blues and even funk music. A purely musical time!
AghaRTA Jazz Centrum
110 00 Praha 1
Lucerna Music Bar and the "80 & 90s" parties
Owned by the father of the Czech Republic's first President, Lucerna, or Lanterna in English, is one of the most well liked concert venues in the city. Formerly used as a cabaret, the club is currently living its golden age, now that it welcomes bands and musicians of all kinds. If you like rapidly changing atmospheres, you came to the right place since the club sheds light on both Czech and international artists Monday to Thursday. Friday and Saturday, wiggle moves are de rigueur, as Lucerna turns into one of Prague's most popular nightclubs, especially for the 80 & 90s video-parties. Different kinds of sounds, music videos displayed on large screens... everything is put together for you to experience festive and wild parties.
Lucerna Music Bar
110 00 Praha 1
SaSaZu, capital's trendiest
Only a few minutes away from Prague's city centre in the Holešovice, SaSaZu welcomes you for an unforgettable last drink. Immerse yourself amid a decommissioned market, renovated for the occasion. The spot attracts a crowd of local and international clubbers, who came to enjoy the selective musical universe and numerous thematic parties organised on weekends. With a decoration at once chic and modern bearing signs of Asian influence, you will discover a unique space where art can blossom, through rousing sounds and electrifying lighting effects.
Bubenské nábř. 306
170 04 Praha 7