Best bars in Prague » summer
A cool drink and a chat with friends, or simply
an afternoon watching the world go by.
Prague's bars throw up plenty of opportunities to relax and
enjoy the summer sunshine.
|Address: Novotneho Lavka 1, Old Town, Prague 1|
On winter nights, Lavka is a good spot for a drink and a dance. But on a hot summer's evening, Lavka makes for one of the best nights out in Prague. Whether you seek a quiet daytime drink by the river or a wild Prague stag night, the terraces, bars and dance areas at Lavka await. If you are on a pub crawl, either come early or leave Lavka until last, to party into the night.
|Address: Wenceslas Square 21, New Town, Prague 1|
Duplex boasts a terrific position atop a high building in Wenceslas Square. The restaurant is open all day, and makes for an impressive destination for a meal. Then, from 10pm it's all change, as Duplex transforms into Prague’s most exclusive club, with lounge style seating and some of the city's best DJ's. Outdoor terraces afford guests fantastic views over Prague.
|Address: Old Town Square 10, Old Town, Prague 1|
Caffrey’s is a modern Irish bar on the Old Town Square, next-door to the George and Dragon pub. The clientele are mostly international, there to chat or watch live sports. In the warmer months, Caffrey's opens a terrace on the square, which attracts stag parties, hen parties and other tourists wandering by. Drinks are expensive compared to bars off the beaten track.
|Address: Old Town Square 11, Old Town, Prague 1|
The George & Dragon is a British Pub on the Old Town Square, next-door to Caffrey's Irish Bar. It boasts some of the best coverage of English sports in Prague. The terrace outside on the square attracts stag parties and hen parties at weekends, enjoying drinks in the historic setting. In such a prime spot, drinks are naturally quite expensive. Live music several times a week.
|Address: Seminarska zahrada 13, Lesser Town, Prague 1|
Petrinske Terasy is built high up on Petrin Hill, on a level with Prague Castle and Nebozizek Restaurant. Stop off for a drink and enjoy stunning views over Prague all year round. In the summer, a large terrace opens in front of the pub, where visitors can bask in the sunshine and watch the sun gleam over the red rooftops and spires of Prague.