Cap off a great day with drinks at one of the excellent local hotspots we’ve just added to GuidePal’s Prague city guide.
Hemingway Bar is a mellow, handsome cocktail hideaway. Go for the Hemingway Daiquiri, a version of the classic cocktail invented by the man himself.
You might not associate charming old Prague with the ultra-modern, but this super-sleek, sharply decorated bar atop the city’s Hilton is one of its most highly rated places for a cocktail. Reveling in its penthouse site, Cloud 9 has great views of Prague’s twinkling lights, while its chrome clad interior and neon-ribbed entrance hallway have an alluringly flashy glamour that stays on the right side of good taste.
Located out in the Vršovice district, this cool, welcoming cafe, bar and music venue isn’t the sort of place you’ll stumble into by accident. Cafe V Lese is a world away from central Prague’s weekend beer-soaked tourist frenzy.
Perhaps only in arty Prague would a cultural centre like Meet Factory be a popular clubbing choice. This ex-factory hosts a lively left-field mix of films, exhibitions, theatre, gigs and club nights that locals love.
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