Clubs

Solidni Nejistota - Solid Uncertainty club
Pstrossova 21, Prague 1
Nice small club, with a large bar area, plenty of seating and a fair size dancefloor. Also a multifunctional, multi-cultural and multi-ethnic centre for entertainment in Prague. Here you will find plenty of the kind of things that decent people enjoy, especially in the evening. If you are looking for a good fun, a chat, good food, to wash your cares away or simply to enjoy a pleasant environment accompanied by excellent music and some fine art, then this is the right nightclub for you.
Solidni Nejistota - Solid Uncertainty club
Duplex club
Vaclavske namesti 21, Prague 1

During the day, Duplex is an ideal location for deliciously lunch, or dinner. At night it transform itself into one of Prague´s most exclusive club. It is designed as huge glass cube, built on the roof (6th and 7th floor) of a building on Wenceslas square. There are unforgettable views of the magic Prague city from the terrace balcony. Two platforms, four bars, great sound, lights and highly proffesional staff provide you with a comfort you would expect. Duplex club was awarded with membership of The World´s Finest Clubs.

www.duplex.cz
Duplex club
Mecca club
U Pruhonu 3, Prague 7

In more than 12 years of existence, the Mecca Club has become one of the most popular dance clubs in the Czech Republic, thanks mainly to its quality lineup. Mecca has welcomed dance music aces such as Armand van Helden, Bob Sinclar, David Morales, Deep Dish, Jaydee, Markus Schulz, Pete Heller, Roger Sanchez, Silicon Soul, Tiesto and many more.

The Mecca Club is a former factory that was remodeled into a modern dance club with three floors including the main dance floor, a chill-out room, a VIP lounge and five fully equipped bars.

The club publishes a regular bi-monthly newsletter entitled the Mecca Magazine, a unique publication on the Czech market. Mecca was awarded with membership of The World´s Finest Clubs.

www.meccaclub.eu
Mecca Magazine
Mecca club
Double Trouble club
Melantrichova 17, Prague 1
Bar and club with small party atmosphere and huge cocktail list. The very first bar for Czech clients allowing much more than anybody else! No one is going to be shocked by people dancing on tables or seats, or even on the bar. Actually, this is the norm here. DJs playing until Saturday.
Double Trouble club
Rock Café club
Národni 20, Prague 1
The Rock Café club started as a meeting place for new, beginner bands. Today it is one of the most popular club in Prague. It profits from his excellent location in the centre of Prague as well as from the fact that it is not only a space for great concerts. It is a multi-cultural place where you find a gallery, CD shop and cinema too. For those interested in rock and other music concerts.
Rock Café club
Karlovy Lazne club
Novotneho lavka, Prague 1
Karlovy lazne, with its five music clubs on five floors is the largest establishment of its type in central Europe. It stands just 100 metres from Charles Bridge. Each floor at Karlovy lazne is a separate club devoted to a specific style of music. On the ground floor is the Music café, which is devoted to black music. Guests can also use six computers connected to the Internet here, free of charge. The first floor is a paradise for lovers of disco music. Popular DJs play guests the latest hits from the dance floor scene. Paradogs Club is for fans of all dance trends. The best DJs from the Czech Republic and abroad present the best of house, trance, techno and other musical styles. The last floor belongs to calm, relaxing music. Chill out is an ideal place for a bit of relaxation after visiting the lower four floors.
Karlovy Lazne club
Akropolis Palace club
Kubelikova 27, Prague 3
An independent multifunctional space, the only one of its kind in the Czech Republic. Several facilities have been united under one roof there. The cultural complex consists an independent theatre, a concert hall, a cinema and an exhibition space called the AKROPOLIS PALACE. Palac Akropolis is often described as a cosmopolitan place with an original atmosphere which can reputedly help people find and understand the Czech identity. The AKROPOLIS PALACE has become known as the leading Prague scene for world and ethnic music.
Akropolis Palace club
Radost FX club
Belehradska 120, Prague 2
One of Prague's most popular clubs at the present time, playing host to leading DJs from the UK and Europe it also showcases local talents. With very special atmoshere, both club and vegetarian restaurant. It was one of the first Prague clubs wich offered house, techno and r'n'b music after the revolution. Nowadays there are much more music styles to listen and to have party on.
Radost FX club
Roxy club
Dlouha 33, Prague 1
Roxy dance club is maybe the most famous nightclub in Prague. It is right in the Prague centre, close to the Old Town Square. Over the years this club has attracted big name DJ's and bands. Music of all genres plays here but tends to be heavier than in other clubs in Prague: Drum ‘n’ Bass, Jungle, Minimal, Techno etc. It is a place filled with locals, but also with a lot foreigners. The biggest advantage comparing to others, is the huge space. The dance floor is very large as it in a modern club should be.
Roxy club
Matrix club
Konevova 13, Prague 3
Matrix is new fresh club space in Prague, near by downtown, in the Zizkov area. The club is open the whole night and offers live gigs, parties, djs and other performance. Today is the only space offering indie music in Prague.
Matrix club
La Fabrique club
Uhelny trh 2, Prague 1
La Fabrique wants their customers to enjoy themselves completely. They offer gathering in restaurant, cocktail bar and music club. Enjoy wings and ribs or get a cocktail from great bartenders. Dancing available till 3am in this Prague club. At La Fabrique they have an outstanding service.
La Fabrique club
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