Prague is likely my favourite capital city in Central Europe. But it’s not just a city to explore during the day. Instead, I prefer to take a slower pace during the day and enjoy all the fun things to do in Prague at night!
This Czech Republic city really comes alive at night time.
The fairy-tale castle illuminated against the night sky. The bridges spanning the Vltava River, each with its own unique story. The Old Town Square, where you can feel the history of the city come alive around you.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic evening out, a fun night on the town, or to explore the rich history of this medieval city with one of the many Prague night tours, here are some of the best things to do in Prague at night.
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- 1. Beer Bath & Massage
- 2. Ghosts & Legends Walking Tour
- 3. Evening Photography Tour
- 4. Vltava River Cruise with Dinner
- 5. Tour of Alchemy & Mysteries of Prague Castle
- 6. Charles Bridge
- 7. Karlovy Lazne
- 8. Night Time Walking Tour of Old Town Square
- 9. Prague Pub Crawl
- 10. Black Light Theatre Show
- 11. Walking Food Tour with Tastings
- 12. Medieval Dinner
- 13. Underground Dungeons Tour in Old Town
- 14. Prague Beer Museum
- 15. Light Show at Krizik Fountain
- 16. Jazz Dock
- 17. Czech National Theatre
- FAQs about visiting Prague at night
17 Things to Do in Prague at Night
1. Beer Bath & Massage
If you’re not aware, Prague has a massive beer culture. In fact, the Czech Republic is the top beer-consuming nation (per capita) in the world!
So it’s no surprise that you can find an actual beer bath in Prague.
Located in the Majestic Plaza Hotel, Beer Spa Bernard is a great place to relax and try something unique. Like soak in a tub filled with beer while sipping (or slugging) unlimited Bernard Beer!
Beer baths are a medical tradition dating back to the Middle Ages and are said to have many health benefits, including improved circulation, skin moisturizing, and detoxification.
As it’s a private soak (for you plus one) you can either wear your swimsuit…. or not! Whatever floats your boat! There’s also the option to add a massage on afterwards. Even if you’re not a beer drinker, this is a fun experience to try while in Prague.
This is a super popular unique experience in Prague, so you’ll need to book your spot in advance.
2. Ghosts & Legends Walking Tour
Prague has a dark history full of deception, betrayal, murders and plague. So it’s no wonder that there are plenty of ghost tours about the ghosts and legends surrounding this city!
On this particular Ghosts & Legends Walking Tour, you’ll hear some of these spooky tales while exploring the Old Town area at night.
You’ll visit some of the most haunted spots in Prague, such as the Jewish Cemetery. Legend has it that those who were laid to rest there would rise at night and roam the streets.
You’ll also visit the Old Town Hall, where a woman’s screams are still said to be heard begging for help from the basement.
This is a great way to explore Prague’s dark side while getting a little bit of history thrown in too. And it’s sure to send a little shiver down your spine!
Find out more about the Ghosts & Legends Walking Tour here.
3. Evening Photography Tour
If you’re not up for staying up too late at night in Prague, there are always some evening tours to choose from. And this evening photography tour is a great option for those snap happy travellers!
You’ll be guided by a professional photographer to some of the most beautiful photo spots in Prague, such as Letna Park, Charles Bridge and Old Town Square.
This tour is by car, so it’s a great way to see a lot of the city in a short space of time (well, in two hours). And you’ll have some stunning night-time photos to show for it too as Prague illuminates at night.
To find out more about this popular evening photography tour, click here.
4. Vltava River Cruise with Dinner
If you want to see Prague in all its nighttime glory, there’s no better way to do it than from the deck of a riverboat.
This Vltava Dinner River Cruise is the perfect way to experience the city’s beauty and romance.
You’ll cruise down the river while enjoying a delicious meal of international and Czech cuisine, and you’ll have plenty of time to take in the incredible views of Prague’s beautiful buildings across the skyline – from the Dancing House to Prague Castle, as well as Petrin Hill and Charles Bridge.
Of course, no dinner cruise would be complete without traditional live music and entertainment.
5. Tour of Alchemy & Mysteries of Prague Castle
Prague Castle is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Prague, and as much as it’s great to visit during the day, it’s even more magical at night.
The Alchemy & Mysteries of Prague Castle tour will take you on a journey back in time around some of Prague Castle’s most mysterious and hidden spots at night (when all the crowds have left for the day).
You’ll explore the darker side of this historic castle, learning about its fascinating history, alchemy laboratories, stunning architecture, curious symbols and legends of ghosts that haunt its halls.
This tour lasts 2-3 hours and is definitely one of Prague’s best night attractions. Don’t miss the panoramic views of the city lit up at night from the castle grounds.
Check out the reviews of this tour here.
6. Charles Bridge
Charles Bridge is up there with the most popular attractions in Prague. And it’s free! If you want to avoid the daytime crowds on Charles Bridge, then a nighttime stroll is the perfect solution.
This historic bridge spans the Vltava River and offers amazing views of the city. It’s especially lovely at night when the bridge is lit up by hundreds of street lamps.
7. Karlovy Lazne
Now for something a little different! If you’re looking for a wild night in Prague and not wanting to do the ‘history’ or ‘culture’ thing, head to Karlovy Lazne to dance the night away!
Karlovy Lazne is the largest club in Central Europe, spread over five floors with a capacity of 3,000 people. It’s housed in a spectacular 15th century building with a glass roof, and each floor has a different style of music – hip hop, oldies, dance, chill out and mainstream.
The club is open from 9pm until 5am, so you can literally party all night long!
8. Night Time Walking Tour of Old Town Square
The busy streets of Old Town Prague is home to some of the city’s most historic buildings, such as the Astronomical Clock, the Church of Our Lady before Tyn and Old Town Hall.
And it’s even more beautiful at night when these buildings are illuminated.
This walking tour will take you around Old Town Square, through Kampa Island and over Charles Bridge – all while your guide tells you stories Prague’s past.
The tour starts at 7pm and lasts for three hours, so it’s a great option if you want things to do in Prague at night.
9. Prague Pub Crawl
If you want to experience Prague’s nightlife, then a pub crawl is a great way to do it!
There’s no shortage of pubs in Prague and because of the cheap beer, it’s very easy (and tempting) to drink a lot!
On this pub crawl, you’ll have a group of friends and a guide to keep you on track and make sure you hit all the best spots. The tour (or ‘crawl’) includes free entry into four or five different bars offering a huge selection of beer and a 2-hour open bar!
If the Hemingway bar, inspired by Ernest Hemingway, isn’t on the agenda for the pub crawl, be sure to check it out another night for the best cocktails in the city.
Book your pub crawl tickets in advance here to avoid disappointment!
10. Black Light Theatre Show
Here’s where the ‘unique’ comes into play for things to do in Prague at night.
If you’re looking for a night out with a difference, Black Light Theatre Show is a must-see.
This unique form of theatre uses ultraviolet light to create an otherworldly atmosphere, and the results are simply spellbinding. The show combines puppetry, mime, acrobatics and dance to tell a fascinating story, and you’ll be captivated from start to finish.
With its combination of surreal visuals and stunning performance, Black Light Theatre Show is an experience you’ll never forget.
11. Walking Food Tour with Tastings
For foodies who want to enjoy some of Prague’s best culinary delights, this walking food tour is the perfect night activity.
You’ll get to sample some of the best Czech cruising while learning about the city’s food culture. The tour will take you to some of Prague’s most popular restaurants in the Malá Strana area, as well as some hidden gems.
Along the way, you’ll learn about the city’s culinary history while you savour delicious food.
If you happen to be in Prague at Christmas time (and by the way, you should! It’s one of the most beautiful times to visit Prague) I highly recommend trying the Advent evening walking food tour. The smell of roasted chestnuts and mulled wine in the streets is sure to get you in the festive spirit!
12. Medieval Dinner
It’s not every night you get to experience a Medieval dinner, but when in Prague you can!
This 2.5 hour long Medieval dinner and show will transport you back to the Middle Ages, with a delicious four-course meal and entertainment throughout the night.
You’ll be waited on by wenches and knights while enjoying a feast of traditional Czech dishes fit for royalty, and there’s even unlimited beer and wine included in the price.
After dinner, enjoy a show of sword fighting, juggling and other medieval antics. It’s great fun for all ages!
13. Underground Dungeons Tour in Old Town
There are some really special night tours in Prague and this was definitely at the top of my favourites.
Whether you’re a history buff or just looking for a unique and spooky way to spend an evening, a tour of the underground tunnels and caverns of the Old Town is a must-do.
As you explore the dark recesses of this ancient city, your guide will share stories of Prague from medieval times. You’ll learn why there is such a large underground system in Prague, as well as hearing tales of torture and horror.
You can’t visit these underground places without a tour, and I recommend booking this tour. We had so much fun, especially playing the ‘spin the death wheel’ game!
14. Prague Beer Museum
Looking for the best beer in town? Look no further than the Czech Beer Museum.
This place is perfect for beer lovers, with over 30 different types of beers on tap. You can enjoy a pint (or two!) during the beer tasting session while learning about the brewing process and the history of Czech beer.
You’ll also get to bottle a beer with your own label at the end of the tour – the perfect souvenir to take home from Prague!
15. Light Show at Krizik Fountain
The Krizik Fountain is a beautiful work of art, and at night it comes alive with an incredible light show.
As the water dances to classical and modern music, you’ll be mesmerised by the colourful lights and special effects. It’s a truly magical experience, and one that you won’t want to miss.
16. Jazz Dock
You may not think it, but Prague is actually a great city for live music.
If you’re a fan of jazz, then you’ll love Jazz Dock. This is one of the best places in Prague to enjoy live jazz, with world-class musicians performing every night.
The atmosphere is relaxed and intimate, making it the perfect place to enjoy a drink and some great music.
Oh, and it’s a floating bar! Jazz Dock is located on the banks of the Vltava river, making it the perfect spot to enjoy a sunset while listening to some smooth tunes.
Another fan favourite for jazz clubs is the Reduta Jazz Club, which has been around since 1957. This is the place to go to see some of Prague’s best jazz musicians.
17. Czech National Theatre
The Czech National Theatre is one of the most impressive convert venues in Prague.
Built in the late 1800s, this beautiful venue is home to the Czech State Opera and the National Theatre Ballet. If you’re a classical music fan, then you’ll love attending classical performances here.
Even if you’re not into opera or ballet, the theatre itself is worth a visit. It’s absolutely stunning, and you can even take a tour of the theatre to learn more about it.
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FAQs about visiting Prague at night
Prague is a very safe city, and you can feel comfortable walking around alone at night. Of course, as with any city, it’s always best to be aware of your surroundings and not flash any valuables around.
The best way to get around Prague at night is by walking or taking public transport. Prague is a very walkable city, and it’s easy to get around. The tram runs until midnight or you can also order an Uber if you don’t fancy walking.
Nightlife in Prague is definitely an experience to be had. If you’re looking for a city that truly comes alive after the sun goes down, look no further than this Czech capital.
From beer tastings and underground tours to live music and light shows, there’s no shortage of things to do in Prague at night!