Spare Time Tips

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

Getting Together

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  • Central Prague is not only walkable for transportation purposes, walking Prague is also fun.
  • This Czech-only website has excellent tips:
  • (There is a language choice box at the end of the right column, sadly, it's Google Translate only.)


Sculpture Line

Večerníček celebrates its 50th anniversary

The hidden language of plants: Floral symbolism in Asian art and its reflection in contemporary art and design

Saudek 80 - Jan and Kája Saudek 80th Birthday Retrospective Exhibition

  • almost 100 photographies mapping the work of Jan Saudek; there will be presented drawings and fragments of comics from the 50's by Kája Saudek
  • Gallery of Art Prague, Staroměstské náměstí 15, Prague 1


International Music festival: Dvořákova Praha

  • 7/9 20:00 Czech Philharmonic - Opening concert (Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží 12, Prague 1)
  • 8/9 20:00 Emerson String Quartet (Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží 12, Prague 1)
  • 9/9 20:00 Ivo Kahánek, piano (St. Agnes Convent, Prague 1)
  • 10/9 20:00 Freiburger Barockorchester (Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží 12, Prague 1)
  • 11/9 20:00 Czech Philharmonic (Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží 12, Prague 1)
  • 12/9 20:00 Philharmonia Orchestra London (Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží 12, Prague 1)
  • Tickets: Pretty much sold out!

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.