Best bars in Prague » Czech pubs
Czech pubs and beer halls offer a chance to mix with the locals. From smoky drinking dens to noisy beer halls serving beer brewed on the premises, here are the city's finest.
|Address: Kozi 1, Old Town, Prague 1|
Kozicka is a bustling cellar bar near the Old Town Square, popular with local Czechs, and foreigners in the know - it is not easy to stumble upon! From a small entrance at street level, you descend into a large winding stretch of bar areas. Drinks are cheap and there is a great atmosphere.
|Address: Provaznicka 3, New Town, Prague 1|
For a good old fashioned Prague pub around Wenceslas Square, full of locals out for a reasonably priced beer or glass of wine with their friends, look no further than U Provaznice. Inside, you'll be greeted by rustic fiery red walls, with a wood and brick decor, and a nice warm atmosphere.
|Address: Na Perstyne 7, Old Town, Prague 1|
U Medvidku is a traditional Czech beer hall style pub. It dates back to 1466, and has brewed its own beer ever since. This is a straight forward Czech pub, with various drinking areas, and it is large enough to accommodate several hundred people. U Medvidku is a unique pub in Prague in that it has kegged beers, bottled beers, an onsite microbrewery and tank beer.
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