Prague Old Town


Prague is an unrivalled stag weekend location.

The Gothic architecture, lively Old Town Square and wickedly shameless and cheeky nightlife make this a nocturnal playground – fit for kings like you. This city is built on gorgeous women and good, old fashioned boozing – there’s really nothing quite like a Prague bar crawl.

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1. M1 Lounge Bar & Club

Masná 705/1, Praha, 110 00

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Experience Prague’s notoriously outrageous nightlife at M1.

This club is dedicated to music, with an impressive team of DJs playing R&B, hip-hop, indie rock and house music ‘til 6am. This legendary club, set just three minutes from the famous Old Town Square, is an industrial-chic den attracting well-heeled locals – it’s even seen the likes of Matt Damon, Elijah Wood, Liev Schreiber, Kanye West and lyrical genius, Coolio, celebrate here – so, make sure you are on your best behaviour, and wearing your new (and very expensive) Ralph Lauren shirt. This upscale lounge is luxury personified; images of gorgeous women line the walls, opulent spirits adorn the bar and there’s even a plush, VIP lounge offering a unique experience of Prague’s nightlife. This is where dreams become reality.

Drunk Stage 1

2. James Dean Club

V Kolkovne 922/1, Praha 1, 110 00

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Welcome to the 50s.

This American ‘diner’ is set in the centre of Prague, right near the Old Town Square. As soon as you step through the doors, you’ll come face to face with a giant, hand-made mosaic of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe that took over three months to create. The massive wooden bar is a masterpiece in itself at an incredible 16 metres long, but that’s not all; head downstairs to the basement and you’re suddenly in an American petrol station, where you can even kick back on a sofa made from a part of the Lincoln Continental Hard Top Sedan. And, next to the Lincoln lounge is an old-school garage and authentic, rusty gas station. The dance floor of this room is dominated by a huge solid cage, where you can showcase your best moves and attempt to impress the dancers in their sexy, retro costumes. Gentlemen, it’s time to live the all-American dream.

Drunk Stage 2

3. Aloha Bar

Dušní 11, Praha 1, 110 00

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Step into Hawaiian, Tiki-style paradise at the Aloha bar.

This 30s-60s-inspired bar / music club is one of Prague’s hidden gems. Tucked away in a side street of the Old Town, this place isn’t something you would necessarily stumble across – but when you do, you’ll be transported to a whole other world. Not only does Aloha have an unrivalled buzz in the city, but it also serves Prague’s very best selection of drinks in totem pole-style vessels. Club nights at this heady bar are legendary – with live DJs, gorgeous girls and booze fuelled decadence the order of the day. There’s even the occasional fire breather and sexy dancer entertaining the seriously lively crowd. And, just two doors along, you’ll find Hangar Bar – Aloha’s crazy sister…

Drunk Stage 3

4. Zlaty Strom

Karlova 187/6, Prague, 110 00

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Zlaty Strom is a legend of the night in Prague.

This Gothic, underground bar and music club is a labyrinth of bars and lounges – there’s even an all-night pole dancing bar with gorgeous women, where you and the stags can while away the night celebrating. This place attracts anyone and everyone in their droves; world-class DJs play to the bright, young things of Prague in the swanky bars. And, if you’re feeling a tad nostalgic on your stag do – head to the subterranean dance floor and shoot some shapes to the best hits of the 80s / 90s and 00s. Make sure you try the famous eight-man Mojito whilst you’re celebrating – you’ll not regret it (well, maybe you will the morning after).

Drunk Stage 4

5. Robotic Bar

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Robots making your drinks

Have you ever been in a bar where it’s table service and it’s taking ages to get the waiter's attention? Well, in Robotic Bar this is not going to be a problem because your drinks are going to be crafted by robot arms, yes really! The robots are brought to you by KUKA Robotic Corporation of Germany, which is one of the world’s leading suppliers of robot technology and they will craft you a cocktail (from a wide choice of modern and classic options) using more than one hundred bottles hanging from the ceiling. Oh, and it’ll be done in about ninety seconds. If you are looking for a unique bar to grab a drink in, then don’t be a ‘wall-e’ and get it on your list ASAP.

Drunk Stage 5

6. Karlovy Lazne

Smetanovo nábr. 198/1, Prague, 110 00

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Thought of as ‘the largest club in Central Europe’, Karlovy Lazne is a five-storey giant in the heart of Prague.

Each floor at Karlovy has its own unique style and atmosphere and, as you work your way up the levels, you’ll struggle to find one bit of blood that hasn’t been pumped in this place. The ground floor is the Music Café – a seriously cool place to start the night – and the second floor is the disco room, home to cheese-tastic pop tunes from the 70s. Moving up to the third floor, you’ll be transported back to the 80s with Kaleidoscope, whereas the Paradogs Club is all about house, trance and techno. You can then chill out on the top level - aptly called Chill Out - and relax on the floor cushions and rugs after a monumental night out. Here’s to your Prague last night of freedom.

Get to grips with all of this city's activities and accommodation on our Prague Stag Weekend page, or find out even more on the Old Town on our stag do nightlife guide.

Stag Activity Ideas in Prague

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*We take pride in our work and all of the information in the guide was correct at the time of publication - 05/02/2024. Probably.

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