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PRAGUE CLUBS

Sasazu

Overview:
Sasazu is Prague’s newest and biggest club for partiers who like raves and house music.   Sasazu has held a wide range of international DJS’s and performers such as Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk, One Republic and Fedde Le Grand.  As one of the largest entertainment facilities in Prague, this club can hold up to an incredible 2500+ people.  A good mix of locals and international guests are always partying at Sasazu.   There is a sweet upper deck with many tables and a balcony overlooking the club, making it a perfect to take a break from dancing.  If you had to choose one club to go to on a Saturday night, I would highly recommend going to Sasazu.

Prices:
Cover is usually $10 (200 CZK), but can be more if there is an event or big-name DJ.  Drinks are more on the expensive side, but not too bad because everything is relatively cheap in the Czech Republic.

Address:
Bubenske nabrezi 306/13
17004 Prague, Czech Republic- Holesovice

Metro: Holsovice stop on the Metro A line (red line).  Sasazu is located just north of the Vltava river


Retro

Overview:
Retro is a favorite club in Prague.  This incredible electro-house music club has a capacity of 1,200+.  You will find well-known DJ’s nearly every weekend.  Retro is a sort-of a mini version of Club Sasazu- with an upper level balcony overlooking the club and a big dance floor in the middle.  Inside, there are many bars surrounding the dance floor, and a separate section in the back with tables. There is always a good mix of local Czech’s and foreigners, which makes this clubs so unique and awesome.

Prices:
Cover charge is normally about $5 for guys and girls get in free.  Drinks are very reasonably prices, given that this club is in a neighborhood instead of in a tourist area.

Address:
Francouzská 4, 120 00 Prague 2.

The Metro/Tram stop is Namesti Miru, and it’s right around the corner


Karlovy Lázně 

Overview:
With 5 stories of music, dancing and fun, Karlovy Lázně is the biggest music club in Central Europe.  Every floor has its own unique style, including a hip-hop floor, an 80s dance floor, a hard-core trance floor and more.   The very top floor is a chill-out room with mellow tunes and big couches, so you relax.  It’s known as a foreigner club and you will meet cool people from all over the world.  Don’t miss out on the fun here, because Karlovy Lázně is one of the most famous clubs in Europe.  There is a party on every night of the week! Most pub crawls will end by giving you free entry to this club, so definitely worth the price of the pub crawl!

Prices:
Cover charge is generally about $7-10 (150-200 CZK) per person.  Girls do not get in for free.  Drinks are on the expensive side (because it is a touristy club), so make sure to get nice and drunk before you go.

Address:
Novotneho Lavka 5
Old Town, Prague 1

Metro stop is Staromestka (line A) and the tram stop is Karlovy Lazne (trams 17, 18 and 53). It’s right next to Charles Bridge.


Lucerna

Overview:
Located in the heart of Wenceslas Square (Prague’s main shopping district area), Lucerna is your place for the best 80s and 90s dance music.  This enormous underground club hosts popular Czech bands during the week, and turns into one of Prague’s hottest clubs by night.  The nightclub is only open on Friday and Saturday nights, because bands are playing during the week. Lucerna is always flooded with foreigners and international students and makes a great place to meet new people.

Prices:
Cover Charge is always $5 (200 CZK) for guys, and free for girls.  Drinks prices are very reasonable, with a great selection of Czech Beer, hard liquor and wine.

Address:
Vodickova 36
New Town, Prague 1

Take the metro to Muzeum (lines A and B) or Mustek (lines A and B).  Tram stop: Vaclavske Namesti (trams 3,9,14,24,51,52,54,55,56,68).  You will see a big neon sign that says Lucerna in Wenceslas SQuare- this is the club.


Duplex

Overview:
Duplex is located on a rooftop in Wenceslas Square- one of the best locations for a club in Prague with an amazing view.  During the day, Duplex is a great place to eat lunch or dinner.  At night, Duplex transforms into an incredible nightclub.  The club is designed as a huge glass cube, on top of the 6th and 7th floor of a building in Wenceslas Square. The views at the top are magnificent. Often there are special events held at this club for international students so make sure to check those out!

Prices:
Cover charge is from $5-10USD for boys and girls.  Drinks are expensive, given it’s primetime location.

Address:
In the middle of Wenceslas Square, on the top floor of a building.  Just look for the big sign that says “Duplex”- You can’t miss it.


Roxy

Overview:
Roxy is a great club for electro-house-techno music lovers.  Conveniently located on Dlouha Street near Old Town Square, Roxy is well-known as one of the oldest and best clubs in town.  This club has a huge dance floor, and hosts international DJ’s every weekend. There is a giant bar in the back that will serve you any kind of drink you prefer, including absinthe.  Roxy is conveniently located just minutes walking from Old Town Square and the Charles Bridge. Thursday-Sunday are the best nights.

Prices:
Roxy is located in a very touristy area of Prague, so the prices are expensive, but reasonable.   Definitely drink a lot before you go!

Address:
Dlouhá 33, 110 00 Prague,

It’s around the corner from Old Town Square on Dlouha street.


Radost FX

Overview:

 Radost FX is a small club that is a lot of fun.  The crowd is usually international kids (lots of Americans), and the music is normally American hip-hop (sometimes old school hip-hop).  Radost is known as the club where Shakira shot her music video “Please Don’t Stop The Music” .There is also a great vegetarian restaurant/breakfast place attached to this nightclub, which is perfect for hangover breakfasts the next morning. Head here on Thursday nights because that is the most popular night to go!

Prices:
Cover charge is $5 for guys, and girls get in free.  Drinks are reasonable and less expensive than most clubs around Prague.

Address:
Belehradska 120, 12000 Praha

Tram and metro stop is I.P. Pavlova and it is literally across the street, you can’t miss it.