Reduta Jazz Club
Národní třída (National Ave) is central Prague’s ‘high street’, a stately row of midrange shops and grand public buildings, notably the...
Not to be confused with the Hard Rock Café, this multifunction club is the offspring of the influential Nový Horizont art movement of...
It's easy to walk past this place on bustling Národní třída without noticing it, but it's well worth dropping in to sample its...
Lonely Planet review
The Reduta is Prague’s oldest jazz club, founded in 1958 during the communist era – it was here in 1994 that former US president Bill Clinton famously jammed on a new saxophone presented to him by Václav Havel. It has an intimate setting, with smartly dressed patrons squeezing into tiered seats and lounges to soak up the big-band, swing and Dixieland atmosphere.