Rooftop Bars Prague
16 best rooftop bars in Prague
Prague is an historical, classic and beautiful city. Even more so from above, and the best way to mix lovely city views with nice bites and drinks is to head on up to a rooftop bar Prague. This complete guide will help you find the very best venues, packed with all info you need about each rooftop Prague worth a visit: opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more.
The Prague rooftop bars range from high-end rooftop restaurants to vibrant and fun rooftop lounges, most found in the city center. And most with very decent prices (at least by rooftop-standards). So, which is the best rooftop bar Prague? Just scroll down and find the rooftop bar Praha best suited for you.
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This guide was made by The Rooftop Guide, the world's leading experts on rooftop bars. With over 800 rooftops visited over the last five years, we keep you up to date in the ever growing universe of rooftop venues.
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Prime season: May-Sept
Residents: 1,2 millions
Climate: temperate humid
Which is the best rooftop bar Prague? This complete guide will help you find the best rooftop bars in Prague. As for the rooftop bars in Prague there are many nice ones available. The terrace bars here are often mighty, romantic and with fantastic views of Prague and it's surroundings.
Because of the climate, the terraces usually can’t stay open during the winter. Most rooftop bars in Prague are located at hotels or at a restaurants roof terrace. For elevated accommodation, here is a list of the best hotels in Prague with a view.
Prague is the Czech Republic's largest city and also the country's capital. The city is known for its beautiful and stylish buildings which comes in all forms and shapes. There are also lots of towers and spires that shines in the sky. There are supposed to be over 500. Prague is an important tourist city with historical buildings, fine restaurants, and famous museums that attract people all year round. For those who like culture, you can visit several theaters, music clubs, concert halls and galleries here. Czech cuisine is classic central European with heavy food like schnitzel, dumplings, pork and duck.