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If you are passionate about history, you like old buildings and castles, are a foodie and a beer enthusiast, you like street art and parties, Prague might be the best European destination for you.
To find out more about this beautiful city, especially what it has prepared for you in the evening, after 5:00 pm, continue reading this post.
You know what they say: ”The best Czech wine is… beer.” So, When in Prague you have to taste the local beer. Don’t leave the city without visiting a beer garden to enjoy a few tasty Pilsners and some stunning views over the city!
How to Get to Prague
There are several international airports in the Czech Republic, but the best-connected is Prague Ruzyne Airport, located only about 15 km away from the city center of Prague.
The easiest way to travel into the city from the airport is by taxi, and the cheapest and sometimes the fastest is by public transport. Leaving every 10 minutes from 4:00 am to midnight, bus 119 takes you to the metro stop Nadrazi Veleslavin (metro line A). From there, you can catch a metro into the city center.
Getting around Prague is easy, and you can do it on foot or by public transportation. There is no need to think about spending extra and renting a car unless you plan to get out of the city and explore the surroundings. Otherwise, the city is best discovered on foot, and the most noteworthy attractions are within walking distance of one another. If you plan to stay in a less crowded area, you will have to use the bus, tram, or subway lines.
Where to Eat in Prague for Dinner
Prague is welcoming foodies from all over the world with amazing local surprises and international dishes.
Restaurant Mlynec // If you want to start your culinary experience with a modern Czech restaurant, Restaurant Mlynec is waiting for you with a modern feel and memorable live jazz evenings. The refined atmosphere is complemented by the delicious meals and the mesmerizing view of Charles Bridge, especially in the evening.
Grand Cru Restaurant // To indulge in a spectacular modern cuisine inspired by the heritage of the region, go to Grand Cru Restaurant, a chic restaurant in the center of the city. Your taste buds will be completely satisfied by the special flavors and combinations, while you relax and enjoy the flawless services.
Restaurant Bellevue // If you want to celebrate something special, try fine dining at Restaurace Bellevue. Located in the charming old town, this stylish contemporary dining room is waiting for you with amazing Modern European cuisine and some of the best views of Prague.
U Kroka // When you want to satisfy your taste buds with simple Czech dishes, amazing desserts, and local beers, U Kroka is waiting for you with perfect services. The family-owned restaurant was founded in 1895, and it welcomes you with a personal touch and a local feel. This is one of the best options if you are looking for less touristy spots.
Eska // If you are looking for modern fine dining with a laid back atmosphere, Eska is your place. Despite the now ubiquitous industrial vibe, the restaurant sets itself apart with its excellent food and well-curated drink selection – it’s no wonder Michelin recently awarded it a Bib Gourmand.
Things to See in Prague at Night
Your days in Prague will be memorable, but so will the evenings. The city is known for its lively atmosphere until late at night, so there are plenty of things to do after 5:00 pm in this beautiful European capital.
Cross Charles Bridge at Night // When it was the only means of crossing the Vltava River, Charles Bridge was also the most important connection between Prague Castle and the city’s Old Town and surrounding areas. Now it is one of its most iconic attractions and, even if during the day is filled with groups of travelers, crossing it at night is very romantic, and the best way to start exploring the city under the moonlight.
Indulge in a Municipal House Dinner // Built in 1912, The Municipal House is now a fabulous example of Prague Art Nouveau, and it also offers locals and visitors the chance to dine in two extraordinary restaurants. Whether you want an authentic Czech dinner served at the underground Pilsen Restaurant, or to dine at the French Restaurant, one of the world’s most beautiful Art-Nouveau restaurants, your experience at the Municipal House will be memorable.
Visit the Prague Beer Museum // Located in the busy Old Town, The Prague Beer Museum is waiting for beer enthusiasts and curious travelers with 30 beers from microbreweries all over the country. Get closer to the city and the country, enjoy beer tastings, and, for a complete experience, have a tasty dinner.
Explore Prague Castle at Night // Prague Castle is one of the world’s largest fortresses, and visiting it at night offers you a bright experience while learning about the history of the city. Whether you are a romantic or you like having diverse experiences, touring the Prague Castle at night is a memorable thing to do.
Experience the Explosive Nightlife // Prague is famous for its amazing nightlife, and for hosting many exciting events and some of the best clubs and bars in Europe. So, make sure that, while visiting the city, you also get to explore its clubs. There are plenty of options, and Roxy, one of Prague’s oldest and most popular bars, is a fantastic choice, no matter which day of the week you find yourself in the city.
I’m Rebecca, a translator and avid traveler, a book worm and horror flick enthusiast. My job has given me the amazing opportunity to travel to dozens of countries around the world, and writing on Rough Draft gives me a chance to try to showcase some of them. You can also follow me on Twitter.
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