Prague is a city bursting with excellent places to eat, drink and dance the night away. Whether you want a fine dining experience or a taste of local nightlife, there’s something for you to enjoy in this vibrant Czech city.

Most people who visit Prague will want to try a taste of the local Czech Pilsner lagers at a Prague bar, which are famous around the world. While you’re there, make sure you book tables at some of the city’s elegant restaurants and make a date to dance at a trendy nightclub. Our Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Prague, is the perfect place to hang up your dancing shoes after a night on the town.

Where to eat

1. Start your day with some local cuisine at Café Savoy, like their breakfast of Prague ham, egg, Emmenthal cheese and homemade bread with a hot chocolate Savoy.

2. Try delicious, authentic and fresh Czech cuisine at one of the Lokál Prague restaurants, like new Lokál Hamburk. Here you’ll find freshly prepared dishes like dumplings, white pudding, rolled pork and goulash, served with high quality Pilsner.

3. For a chance of celebrity spotting make your way to the beautiful riverside Kampa Park restaurant. This gourmet Prague restaurant has a menu of delicious seafood and contemporary plates as well as over 150 wines.

4. If you’re in the mood for expertly made Italian food, make a reservation at the renowned Prague restaurant Ristorante Divinis to enjoy dishes like octopus salad, sea bass and tiramisu.

Where to Drink

5. For an excellent selection of international beers and Czech cuisine, make a trip to Pivovarský klub. As well as serving local Czech Pilsner lagers you can get Weizen, IPAs, Lambic and hundreds of other beverages.

6. Head to Cloud 9 for the signature Charisma cocktail and some decadent nibbles rounded off with breath-taking views of Prague.

7. For an authentic taste of absinthe, head to the Hemingway Bar which devotes itself to the absinthe, rum and Champagne to which Hemingway was partial.

8. Book your table in advance to step back in time to the 1930s at Black Angel’s Bar. This award-winning Prague bar evokes an atmosphere of a speakeasy and serves up champagne, spirits, cocktails and food.

Where to Dance

9. One of the coolest new Prague nightclubs is Fashion Club, a restaurant and nightclub with amazing views. Put on your trendiest clothes and head there to dance to funk, R&B and other dance tracks.

10. The biggest club in central Europe, Karlovy Lazne, can be found in Prague. This state of the art club experience has five floors of music, with everything from 50s rock and 70s disco to the latest in hip-hop and dance.

11. The most famous Prague nightclub is probably Lucerna Music Bar, well worth a visit if you’re a fan of live music. Their changing calendar of events sees a mix of rock, jazz, blues, punk and indie groups taking the stage, as well as regular retro club nights.

12. A hotspot of the Prague cultural scene which shouldn’t be missed for artistic types is the Crossclub. The futuristic venue not only provides space for Czech and international bands, but also hosts author readings, alt cinema, new theatre companies and other indie acts.