Best clubs in Prague

Undoubtedly, every city has its own life, and real passionate and obvious manifestation arises, when sun is down – I am talking about a nightlife. Prague is to some extent popular between young party chasers and joy lovers, more than museums and architecture, today more than ever. Let us find out why is it so, and what places beckon and attract eye and ear thousands of “night tourists”.    


Roxy is situated at Dlouhá street, not that far from the Old Town Square, which offers Prague’s best bars and clubs. This legendary club is, without a doubt, one of the most popular places of the local dance scene. Roxy provides vibing acoustic, nice scene and dancefloor, and of course, great hot absinthe. Most of the guests are young people and tourists, who are sometimes not the kindest ones, so be prepared for sticky floor and irritated crowds. Nonetheless, for rap or house concerts you won’t find more suitable club in a sense of its laser shows and loud speakers. It has hosted numerous world class DJ shows and wicked dance parties. Sounds interesting right? Read more detailed information about club Roxy.


Conveniently located and overlooking Wenceslas, Duplex is the best club that Prague has to offer, as far as rooftop with marvelous view or drinks concerned. Order a steak and your favourite cocktail and enjoy lovely sunset while sipping your drink. Visitors are mostly good-looking and wealthy, intelligent and calm. Unfortunately, considering the number of customers, there is not much space on the dancefloor. Furthermore it is allowed to smoke indoors, so imagine it being rather cramped and stuffy. It has attracted lots of famous DJs and producers such as Bob Sinclar, Martin Solveig and many more. The two floors consists of stylish interior made up of glass, steel and wood.


Epic is relatively new on the electronic dance music scene in Prague. It first opened in 2018 and since then it has witnessed the best parties and shows. Potent sound, bright and epic laser show, and big dancing crowd – this all is needed for a perfect DJ’s party. However, the club is also known for its rude personal and strict face-control, drinks are likely to be expensive in the bar. The club has worked with the world’s greatest DJs like Paul Van Dyk, Don Diablo, Oliver Heldens, Nervo and many more. It labels itself as the most modern club in Prague and as a matter of fact, it indeed is. Find out more about this awesome club Epic.

Karlovy Lazne

Karlovy Lazne is the largest facility of its kind in Central Europe. Thanks to its five music clubs on five separate floors, it is also one of the most original and best technically equipped club in the world. 5 floors of entertainment: mainstream, oldies, hip-hop, dance music, chill zone and luxury all inclusive VIP area. Together, modern facilities and a music to suit all tastes certainly create an entirely unique atmosphere, which has made Karlovy Lazne one of the most visited dance clubs in the Czech Republic.

M 1

The busy M1 bar in Prague is a huge success, only 3 minutes away from Old Town square. The bar hosts some brilliant DJ’s who are ready to party until early hours. With the music being the main attraction, the club offers a team of DJs to keep the dance floor jumping with R&B, hip-hop, indie and house music. The club boasts with a list of celeb guests who attended when they were on their vacations, which include Matt Damon, Elijah Wood, Kanye West, and Dolce and Gabbana. The drinks menu has lots to offer, from neat spirits to classic cocktails such as ‘sex on the beach’.  The bar also has a big shisha range, which is available in many flavours inside the club. M1 bar is constantly buzzing with party-goers and loud music, which makes it the ideal nightclub destination for those who are ready to party.

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