Prague New Year's Eve Planner 2014-2015 » 31st December 2014:
Our New Year's Eve Planner is the city's main guide to the festivities.
From party boats and jazz cruises to clubs and romantic restaurants, it features the best entertainment in Prague. Click the price against any venue to see what's included - more info
|Description: Cruise through the beautiful city of Prague and enjoy a night of good food, a first class Jazz band with dancing, and top deck views of the fireworks.|
|Description: Cruise through the beautiful city of Prague and enjoy a night of good food, a DJ playing party tunes with dancing, and top deck views of the fireworks.|
|Description: Cool and stylish restaurant on Wenceslas Square plays upbeat tunes as you dine and dance. Uniquely for the planner, there are two sittings. Choose the 1st Sitting for dinner only; 2nd Sitting for dinner and to party into the New Year. 10 minutes walk to view the fireworks.|
|Description: Prague’s most exclusive club throws a party with a carnival twist. Many of the city's top DJ's invite you to celebrate New Year's Eve in style. Choose either club entrance, or gourmet dinner and club entrance. Party until 6am! View the fireworks from the club's rooftop terrace.|
|Description: Fine dining & disco for all generations in a medieval restaurant on the Old Town Square. DJ plays popular tunes from the 1950s-2010s. Hit the dance floor or sit back and soak up the atmosphere. View fireworks right outside on the Old Town Square.|
|Description: Prague's coolest riverside venue throws a party with 2 DJs playing and dancing. But would you prefer dinner served to you (choose Dinner in the Main Restaurant) OR a gourmet buffet (choose Buffet in the Lounge)? View fireworks from the riverside terrace.|
|Description: Party in a palace and heated marquee by the river with a gourmet buffet dinner. Entertainment includes a live band and dancing, flair bartender show with fire and UV lights, and DJs playing party music with video. View the fireworks from outside the restaurant.|
|Description: Train themed restaurant overlooking Wenceslas Square. Vytopna serves good food and drinks at standard prices on New Year's Eve, so is a good option if you are looking for a straight forward meal without enterainment. 10 minutes walk to view the fireworks.|
|Description: Friendly Czech restaurant in a charming setting 5 minutes walk from Charles Bridge. Dine from the à la carte menu and enjoy live traditional Czech music. Firework display in front of the restaurant. NB: If you book through Prague Experience, you pay no cover charge.|
|Description: Lively Czech pub restaurant with stacks of atmosphere. "All-inclusive" evening of Czech food & drinks, with live traditional Czech music by roaming musicians. 15 minutes walk to the fireworks or see aerial fireworks from outside the restaurant.|
|Description: Traditional Czech beerhall restaurant offers a night of hearty Czech cuisine and live traditional Czech music and cabaret. Price varies depending on where you sit. Open until 5am. 3 minutes walk to view the fireworks.|
|Description: Czech brewery style restaurant set over several levels. A disco is set up in one area, with music fed throughout the restaurant. An accordionist moves around the whole restaurant. Mixed seating on tables of 4-10 people. 5-10 minutes walk to view the fireworks.|
|Description: Lively modern restaurant and bar offers great food and drink in a party atmosphere. A live jazz band entertains, with dancing till late. 10 minutes walk to view the fireworks.|
|Description: Medieval style restaurant serves superb traditional Czech cuisine. Czech folk band entertains and dancers perform dances with swords and scarves. Waiters and musicians are dressed in traditional costume. 5-10 minutes walk to view the fireworks.|
|Description: In terms of traditional Czech hospitality, this event is simply unbeatable. An all-inclusive night with hotel pick up, dinner, drinks, and an entertainment programme of authentic folk music, song and dance. Fireworks display in the manor house grounds.|
|Description: Plzenska Restaurant and Hall form Prague's premium beer hall venue, so a lively evening full of atmosphere is guaranteed. It's an all-inclusive night with superb food, unlimited drinks and live traditional music. 5 minutes walk to view the fireworks.|
|Description: Traditional European style beer hall night at Prague's largest historic tavern.
Seating is on long tables, with a live band and accordionist playing a mix of traditional European and popular 1980s tunes. Plus cancan dancers. 10-15 minutes walk to view the fireworks.|
|Description: Lively atmosphere in a lovely setting overlooking Prague, with a 3-piece band to entertain playing jazz, soul, Latin and pop music. Party continues into the early hours. View the fireworks from the terrace.|
|Description: Quiet & romantic. A beautiful candlelit restaurant serving fine cuisine, with soft classical music playing in the background. View the fireworks from the terrace.|
|Description: Spectacular hillside setting overlooking Prague, in a heated glass conservatory restaurant. A fine menu is served, with drinks included, and lively pianists to entertain. Watch fireworks over the whole city from inside and outside the restaurant.|
|Description: Fine dining in a romantic setting on a hillside overlooking Prague. Easy listening jazz singer and pianist entertains. View fireworks from the restaurant and on the terrace.|
|Description: The finest medieval show in Prague features a 4 course dinner and entertainment spanning the whole evening, with swordsmen, jugglers, beautiful dancers, musicians and a fortune-teller.
2 minutes walk to view the fireworks.|
|Description: Fine dining in a relaxed manner with lively background music at Prague's premier steakhouse. 5-10 minutes walk to view the fireworks.|
|Description: Elegant & refined. Be transported back in time, to experience early 20th century finesse and excellent cuisine inside one of Europe's finest Art Nouveau buildings. Choose to dine with or without the wines selected to compliment each dish. 5 minutes walk to view the fireworks.|
|Description: Choose either 'Quiet & Romantic' on the Riverside Terrace OR 'Live Music & Dancing' in the Main Restaurant. After midnight, a disco & dancing for all diners until 3am.|
View the fireworks from the Riverside Terrace and from the grounds of Kampa Park.
|Description: Fine dining and a full entertainment programme at this stunning restaurant resembling a stalactite cave. The theme is the 'Good Soldier Svejk from the first world war', so expect a traditional Czech village festival. 5-10 minutes walk to view the fireworks.|
|Description: A sumptuous gala dinner with unlimited drinks, plus a jazz & swing band and dancing. At midnight, view the fireworks from the rooftop terrace.|
Bars: Most bars sell tickets for New Year's Eve, and usually you need to visit in person to buy them.
Some basic Czech pubs open to casual trade. You can also buy beer on the streets. If you wish to pub crawl and see where it leads, make sure you head for the Old Town Square or Charles Bridge at midnight to watch the fireworks.Clubs: All clubs sell tickets for New Year's Eve. Some hold private parties, some are open to the general public. Usually you need to visit in person to buy tickets, so you will need to check out what is available when you get to Prague.However, you can buy tickets now: Prague Experience has tickets for sale right now for the Party Boat and for some of the best bars, clubs and restaurants that are throwing parties. The venues will be decorated for a New Year's Eve party, there will be DJs and/or live bands, and dance floors. Most include food in the ticket price - see the 'clubs & parties' section above.
Classical concerts are held at the finest concert halls and churches in Prague, ranging from a spectacular concert by the Prague Philharmonic at Municipal House to The Four Seasons at the Klementinum.
Early evening shows take place at black light theatres and at the Marionette Theatre (puppet theatre) in Prague. All shows are highly visual, so will appeal to adults and children of all nationalities.
Description: Prague's premiere New Year's Eve Gala is at the Prague State Opera.
This sumptuous evening includes a performance of the opera Die Fledermaus, a superb dinner and unlimited drinks all night. The performance is followed by a well known swing orchestra, and guests are invited to dance on the stage of the opera house until 3am.
Metro: a normal metro service operates all day and night, extended until 01:30am (last trains begin their journey at 01:00am).
Trams: a normal tram service operates during the day until 22:00. From 22:00-04:00, night trams run in 15 minute intervals. From 04:00-07:00, night trams run in 20 minute intervals.
The Funicular Railway at Petrin operates 09:00-22:00.
More travel information: public transport information.
Please note: This page is continuously updated. All venues, events and parties listed on the planners above are available to book now - when something sells out it is removed.
For more information, read our guide to New Year's Eve in Prague
| £1 = 33czk|
| €1 = 27czk|
| $1 = 22czk|
|Where to go to see the fireworks...|
Option 1: Watch fireworks over the river from:
-The River Cruises
The boats congregate at Charles Bridge for midnight. Stand on the top deck.
Riverside restaurants on both sides of the river and restaurants high up in Lesser Town offer good views. Many have terraces. Click the price on any venue on the planner for a description.
Stand by the river or on Charles Bridge, or head for high ground in the Lesser Town.
Option 2: Watch fireworks at Old Town Square:
The most popular square. Very lively, with handheld and aerial fireworks.
Option 3: Watch fireworks at Wenceslas Square:
Lively, with handheld and aerial fireworks.
(Note: Old Town Square is 5 minutes walk from Wenceslas Square, and 5 minutes from Charles Bridge by the river).