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If you are in Prague and want to have a good time but do not know where to go it is recommended going to Wenceslas Square. It is regarded as the centre of nightlife not only for young people to get hot and wild but for everyone who likes spending evenings and nights on dance floors.
Wenceslas Square at night
You will certainly find a place to your taste but be careful while choosing because not all places are real disco clubs. There are some brothels among them. So in order not to find yourself in one of them you should know all the proven places.
The most exclusive and popular club is Duplex. It may seem at first sight that it has too simple interior design. But its unique and powerful lighting and illuminating system gives you the impression that you are in some fantastic place.
“Duplex” night club
The club is designed as huge glass cube built on the roof of a building on Wenceslas Square. You do not need to dance in the club if you don’t want to. You can just have a good time enjoying professional shows of beautiful girls dancing on stage.
Lucerna Music Bar, the second most popular club, is located 150 meters from Duplex. It’s an amazing and charming club offering the music of the 80s and 90s. On Tuesday nights you can enjoy music of 70s.
Lucerna Music Bar
Roxy night club is popular among live music fans. Here you can see both local and foreign live DJs. The club has become an extremely popular place where you can enjoy not only music but visit an experimental art gallery or even meet visitors of the NoD theatre located the second floor.
Another place to hang out is Karlovy Lazne night club located on 5 levels. The club features different music on each of its levels. It’s the only club where the entrance fee till 9:00 p.m. is only 50 CZK.
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