Prague is probably one of the most popular destinations for stag weekends of all time. There is something for everyone here, and there is always something new and exciting happening. Regardless of the time of year you decide to go, Prague’s Old Town is the ultimate place to be. Although a very historic place, Old Town is home to some of the greatest nightlife in Europe – perfect for the best stag weekend in history!
Bar & Books in Prague is a hip franchise that boasts an air of exclusivity. Being close to the Old Town Square, the discreet library-themed lounge bar radiates urban chic. Upon entry you are greeted by a hostess, and then shown to a table with free complimentary. The service here is as smooth as they come and the décor is handsome, all crimson leather banquettes and dark wood panelling, the walls lined in hard-bound books - hence the name. Its the perfect place for all you book lovers on a stag night out in Prague Old Town.
Café Mozart is an elegant ‘old world’ establishment. Its large windows look out over Prague's Old Town square, and directly across to the Old Town Hall Tower & Astronomical Clock. During the day, you can order tea and coffee, and choose from a mouth-watering selection of freshly made cakes. Perfect for a hangover session if you partied too hard the night before! In the evening is when the café comes to life! Instead of being regular dinner service, several nights a week the Café Mozart hosts either a 'Dinner & Mozart Night' or a 'Dinner & Jazz Night'.
Roxy is one of Prague’s oldest and best-known clubs, and over the years has attracted big name DJs to take their turn on the decks, as well as electronica bands like Faithless and the Sneaker Pimps. The music at Roxy spans all genres of dance, but tends to be far more hard-core than at other clubs in Prague. The slightly dilapidated interior and big open spaces gives Roxy more of a warehouse feel than a modern club. So if you and the boys are ready to party all night in Prague Old Town on your stag weekend, head down to Roxy Club.
M1 Lounge Bar & Club is one of the smarter nightspots in Prague, and attracts a good international crowd. At M1 Lounge the emphasis is very much on the music, as a team of DJs keep the place pumping with R&B, hip-hop, indie rock and house music. It's an impressive venue, and has attracted many celebrities on their visits to Prague, such as Matt Damon, Elijah Wood, Kayne West, Dolce and Gabbana, Coolio and others! Imagine meeting one of them on your stag weekend in Prague!
If you fancy having a few quick drinks with the lads, a trip to Bombay Cocktail Bar is the place to be. It is a lively music bar with a good party atmosphere, attracting large international crowds. With plenty of exposed brickwork, high ceilings and archways separating the various areas, this rustic bar is the perfect place to start your night off. There is also a dance floor for when the mood takes you on your stag do in Prague!
Charles Bridge is one of the most recognisable bridges in Europe. Built back in 1357, the bridge is famously known for housing many fine, old statues. Some of the most important figures that are commemorated along the 520-meter spanning bridge include the Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV and John of Nepomuk, As well as being home to many intricate statues and figures, Charles Bridge also boasts spectacular and breath-taking views over the iconic River Vltava. This is a great tourist spot to be for all you history buffs.
As the official residence of the Czech Republic’s current President, Prague Castle is one of the city’s most visited tourist attractions. Not only is the castle itself a highly anticipated tourist spot, but within the grounds are more attractions and popular sites, including St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George’s Basilica, and the Old Royal Palace. For those of you with a keen eye for architectural wonder (and those with a lot of time on your hands), the world’s largest ancient castle awaits. It’s also a great way to nurse off that hangover!
Situated in a great location by the Vltava River, overlooking Charles Bridge, the Mlynec Restaurant presents an awesome balanced international menu, using fresh local and seasonal ingredients wherever possible. With an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere, and refined service, the waiters will ensure you feel welcome and comfortable throughout your dining experience. This restaurant is best experienced on a Prague stag weekend in the summer, where the terrace provides a spectacular view.
Considered by many to be Prague's premier restaurant, Bellevue is set in a chateau-like building in the Old Town, overlooking the Vltava River. It serves spectacular cuisine surrounded by elegance, allowing diners to admire views of Charles Bridge and the magnificent Prague Castle. The menu includes a selection of expertly prepared fresh fish, succulent meats, finishing with sumptuous desserts. So if you’re looking for the perfect place to start your stag weekend in style, head on down to Bellevue!
For those of you who are planning on spending a few hours relaxing with drinks and listening to music on your stag weekend in Prague, KU Bar & Lounge is a great places to kick-off the night’s adventures. The bar is extremely popular with the local Czechs and welcomes tourists with open arms, so you can guarantee a buzzing atmosphere all night and every night. With many international DJs making appearances, you can expect to hear a variety of music from happy and vocal house, techno, commercial dance and even old school R’n’B.
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