Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, with its stunning architecture and history. Home to a wealth of bars, clubs, restaurants, museums and natural monuments, there’s so much to experience in Prague that you won’t know where to start – even with the help of tour guides!
As Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic, millions of people flock to the city every year. From cheap beer to traditional cuisine, there’s no doubt you’ll have a holiday of a lifetime. To start you off on the right track, here are some of the city’s top bars that you simply have to visit!
Located in the heart of the Old Town, Double Trouble Bar and Club is one of the most popular places to drink in Prague.
With the Old Town Square on one side and Wenceslas Square on the other, the architecture surrounding this bar is spectacular, and that’s before you even experience the interior of Double Trouble.
Not only is it a beautifully restored Gothic cellar, but the atmosphere is something to savour too.
Offering a blend of Cuban-Irish ales, food and culture, O’Che’s is a stone’s throw from the world-famous Charles Bridge in the Old Town.
With a great selection of wines as well as beers (including Guinness), this is a bar for sports fans, and no matter what time or day of the week, the television screens in O’Che’s are playing football, rugby, tennis and golf.
La Bodeguita del Medio
Cuban cocktails and music – what more could you ask for in the centre of Prague? Stepping into La Bodeguita del Medio is like taking a trip back in time, with a sent of Old Havana oozing from the walls.
With amazing cuisine and wild Latin nights, this is one of the best places to party the night away.
If you’re looking for a party in New Town, then Jama is where it’s at.
This American-themed bar comes equipped with everything you’d expect from the U.S.A – big leather seats, mugs the size of your arm, good old American snacks, and a vibrant tourist atmosphere.
If you enjoy watching Ice Hockey then this is the place for you!
Situated across from one of the most expensive shopping streets, it’s a great place to come and people-watch! At Bugsy’s, the drinks do the talking, and with a diverse spirits menu, the night is always young here.
There’s no other bar in Prague with a bigger passion for Czech wines than Monarch, and it’s a shop as well as a place to drink and eat.
Not only is Monarch five minutes away from Wenceslas Square, but with such a wide variety of wines on offer, there’s no doubt you’ll feel a little overwhelmed with taste, even before you pop open a bottle.
Bar and Books
With cocktails galore and a vibrant, charming atmosphere to go with them, Bar and Books is a place to relax and unwind with your favourite novel.
Not only are the shelves stacked with some of the world’s greatest books and the seats are the type that you really can sink into.
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