Entertainment

  • Cross Club The ultimate in Prague's 'industrial' nightclubs, packed with mechanical gadgets.
  • Palác Akropolis A long-standing Prague institution, host to all kinds of live music.
  • Roxy The queen of the city's experimental scene, mixing art, music and live performance.
  • Smetana Hall An art-nouveau setting to match the splendour of Smetana's music.
  • La Fabrika Industrial warehouse converted to experimental performance space.

Jazz & Blues

  • Jazz Republic Stages all kinds of live music, including rock, blues, reggae and fusion, as well as jazz.
  • AghaRTA Jazz Centrum Hosts local musicians, plus occasional gigs by leading international artists.
  • Blues Sklep Typical Old Town basement provides atmospheric setting for nightly jazz sessions.
  • U Malého Glena Lively bar where hard-swinging local jazz or blues bands play every night.
  • Jazz Dock Evening jazz gigs with a view over the Vltava River.

Live Music

  • Malostranská beseda Fabled music club with a lively roster of cabaret acts, jazz bands and old Czech rockers.
  • Lucerna Music Bar Atmospheric old theatre hosts '90s video parties and eclectic program of live bands.
  • Rock Café Mostly local bands ranging from nu-metal to folk rock to Doors tribute acts.
  • Fatal Music Club Scruffy, laid-back Žižkov club with bands ranging from heavy metal to acoustic singer-songwriters.
  • Vagon Live music pretty much every night, from local blues artists to classic Czech rock bands.
  • Divadelní Klub Ántré Great place to hear up-and-coming Czech bands in Český Krumlov.

Classical & Opera

  • National Theatre Spectacular venue providing a stage for traditional opera, drama and ballet.
  • Prague State Opera Impressive neo-rococo building makes a glorious setting for performances of opera and ballet.
  • Estates Theatre Oldest theatre in Prague, famed as the place where Mozart conducted the premiere of Don Giovanni in 1787.
  • Dvořák Hall Home to the world-renowned Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • Chapel of Mirrors Baroque chapel glittering with decorative mirrors; venue for daily concerts of classical music.

Clubbing

  • Cross Club An industrial club in every sense of the word with DJs and live acts.
  • Sasazu One of the most fashionable and popular dance clubs in the city.
  • Roxy The place to see the Czech Republic’s top DJs.
  • Radost FX Chilled-out, bohemian atmosphere, with themed dance parties each night of the week.