Best bars in Prague » historic Bars & pubs
Many pubs in Prague are set in historic buildings, where the dramatic history of the city permeates the atmosphere. From cellar bars and beer halls to early 20th century cafés, this is our pick of the best bars in historic settings!
|Address: Narodni trida 20, New Town, Prague 1|
Café Louvre in Prague is a Parisian style café and billiard hall dating from 1902. This 'crowning jewel of Prague café culture' is a pleasant place to while away a few hours, with a coffee and cake, or over a game of billiards with a cold beer. In its early years Café Louvre attracted such well-known visitors as Karel Capek, Franz Kafka and Albert Einstein.
|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.