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If you're a technophile or a slave to the dancefloor, you'll have fun in Prague. The city has some excellent clubs and there's something somewhere to suit everyone. Many big name DJs from the west make appearances here and the Czech Republic also has some very good celebrity DJs too. If you want a Rave or 'Techno Party', as there called here, outdoors or in a warehouse go to Radost or Bohemia Bagel or any record store and check out the flyers distributed weekly. Alternatively there are fly-posters all over the city advertising such events. Clubs are open late with many staying open until 5 am or later. Also 'dress-codes' don't really apply in Prague . Czech clubbers are very peaceful and friendly and will gladly help you to party until the early hours!
Good Czech websites for info:


Vaclavske namesti 36 Prague 1
One of Prague's newest clubs. This club boasts Prague's biggest dancefloor and there's even a stage if you're an extrovert! Excellent sound system and light show. 3 cocktail bars and full air-conditioning. Music ranges from House, Techno, R n B , Hip-Hop and Pop. Frequented mainly by tourists and wealthier Czechs. Entrance is always FREE for ladies and there's a FREE welcome drink for everyone. Atmosphere is unpretentious and the staff are friendly. There are frequent party nights and special offers. Private parties can be arranged for stags etc. Well worth a visit as it's the cheapest club on Wenceslas Square so good value for money. For more info:
Dlouha 33
Prague 1
Locals think of it as a big club full of intoxicated tourists, but in fact tourists who go there often discover an unpretentious, large club full of charming Czech youngsters who are genuinely enthusiatic about the music. The truth is maybe a little of both, and the space is certainly large enough that everyone can co-exist happily. For DJ lineups visit: www.
Karlovy Lázne
Novotného lávka
Prague 1

This club is definitely mainstream, but it's a good bet for when you're in a group and need a little something for everyone's different tastes. There are four floors, in a relatively small space, so while the college kids are arm-waving to hiphop on the first floor, there's a chance of serious techno on the third. The second floor plays oldies like rock and soul classics... but that's part of what makes Karlovy Lázne a good choice for those times your mother wants to come along. Fourth is mostly chillout. The location is great, right next to Charles Bridge. The DJ's are mostly residents .
Belehradská 120
Prague 2
Despite its small size Radost draws some decent talent and offers a diverse selection of theme nights and parties. They sometimes have a gay night called 'Lollipop' too. Check out their website at where you'll find lots of information and pictures.
Pruhonu 3
Prague 7
One more club to visit before you leave Prague. This place is not as overrun by tourists mainly because it's a little further out of the city. Mostly you find locals and Mecca still draws a crowd of serious clubbers. Their web-site for programmes etc:
Face to Face
Ostrov Stvanice 1125
Prague 7

Just over the river in Prague 7. This club is neither pretentious or sophisticated. What it does offer is an honest party atmosphere with an eclectic mix of locals and tourists getting dunk and strutting their stuff! The often have appearances by celebrities and dance acts. Commercial dance music is the norm here.
namesti 21
Probably Prague's most marketed club. This House venue sits on top of the Debenhams building on Wenceslas Square. If nothing else it's worth a visit for the stunning views from it's huge windows. Small dancefloor with podium dancers and a good atmosphere though the drinks are expensive. More info may be gleaned at:
Zlaty Strom
Karlova 6
This venue is a hotel, restaurant, bar and nightclub all in one ('Zlaty Strom' by the way means 'The Golden Tree'). The club is in the basement and is accessed through various small pub style rooms where you can sit and chat with your friends. Commercial dance is usually played here and it has a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Entrance is cheap too! More information:
Trebizskeho 4
Prague's most popular gay venue. A victim of it's own success, this small western style club is jam packed at the weekends and you may need to wait a while to get in! Good mix of locals and tourists. Small dancefloor, raised seating area and a dark room. Their web-site:


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