Spare Time Tips

Aside from learning, hacking and contributing to excellent projects, you should also enjoy Prague. Here are our tips.

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Ivan Lendl - Alfons Mucha

  • Municipal House Prague (Náměstí Republiky 5, Prague 1, opening hours Monday-Sunday 10:00-19:00)
  • JUST TILL September, 10th!
The complete collection of posters by the renowned Art Nouveau artist from the Lendl collection will be exhibited for the first time! Also the Municipal House on its own is a beautiful example of Art Nouveau architecture.

Galerie Rudolfinum - Raqib Shaw

  • Galerie Rudolfinum (Alšovo nábřeží 12, Prague 1, opening hours: Tue.–Wed., Fri.–Sun.: 10 am – 6 pm; Thursday: 10 am – 8 pm; Monday closed)
Raqib Shaw: an Indian-born, London-based artist, known for his opulent and intricately detailed paintings of imagined paradises, inlaid with vibrantly coloured jewels and enamel.

Czech Museum of Music - The Century of the Waltz and the Polka

  • Karmelitská 2/4, Prague 1, opening hours: Monday: 10.00 AM–6.00 PM; Tuesday: CLOSED; Wednesday: 10.00 AM–6.00 PM; Thursdays: 10.00 AM–6.00 PM; Friday: 10.00 AM–6.00 PM; Saturday: 10.00 AM–6.00 PM
Social dancing is again becoming a popular form of entertainment. The waltz and the polka are dances that came into being on the territory of the Habsburg empire, and contributed greatly to the origin of social dances for couples during the ‘long nineteenth century’ from the French Revolution to the outbreak of World War I.

Alfons Mucha - The Slav Epic

  • Veletržní palác (Dukelských hrdinů 47, Prague 7, opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday from 10:00 do 18:00)
Alfons Mucha - The Slav Epic: The cycle of 20 paintings inspired by Slav mythology and the history of Bohemians and Moravians painted by Czech Art Nouveau artist Alfons Mucha.


International Music festival: Dvořákova Praha

  • 10/9 20:00 CZECH PHILHARMONIC - OPENING CONCERT (Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží 12, Prague 1)
  • 11/9 20:00 ALISA WEILERSTEIN solo recital (St. Anne's Church - Zlatá/Liliová Street, Prague 1)
  • 12/9 20:00 JEVGENIJ KISSIN piano recital (Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží 12, Prague 1)
  • 18:00 ESTHER YOO violin / ROBERT KOENIG piano (The Prague Conservatory Concert Hall, Na Rejdišti, Prague 1)
  • 13/9 18:00 Ivan Karizna cello, Martin Levický piano (The Prague Conservatory Concert Hall, Na Rejdišti, Prague 1)
  • 14/9 20:00 BEIJING SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží 12, Prague 1)
  • 10:30 KIDS CONCERT - concert for kids (The Prague Conservatory Concert Hall, Na Rejdišti, Prague 1)

Jazz Bars

Music Clubs

  • ROXY (Dlouhá 33, Prague 1): One of Prague's most popular clubs since 1993. Live bands, local and international DJs, concerts.
  • Rock Café (Národní Třída 20, Prague 1): The club's ground floor houses a bar, concert hall, CD bazaar, and a store that sells recording and sound equipment. A bar, movie theater, and a gallery are located in the basement.
  • Palác Akropolis (Kubelíkova 27, Prague 3): One of the oldes music clubs in Prague, focused on alternative artists:


Ballroom Dancing (Tea Dances)


  • Karlovy Lázně (Novotného Lávka 5, Prague 1): The largest disco in Central Europe, right off of Charles Bridge. Different music genres on different floors - Music Cafe, Discothéque, Kaleidoskope, Paradogs and Chill Out.
  • Lucerna Music Bar (Vodičkova 36, Prague 1): The popular Pop 80's & 90's Video Party is a fun experience; casual, jeans and t-shirt, frequented mostly by 20-something locals. Check the schedule for live music concerts.
  • Radost F/X (Bělehradská 120, Prague 2): One of the most popular dance clubs in Prague.