With its colorful floodlit fountains and dramatically illuminated buildings, Prague's beauty is amplified once the sun goes down. There's no shortage of things to do after dark either. See below for our top picks for a night on the town in Prague.
See Prague Castle beautifully illuminated.
Watch a musical spectacle and light show at the Krizik Singing Fountain.
Sample the flavors of the Czech Republic on a beer and tapas tour.
Embark on a romantic cruise along the Vltava River.
Night Walking Tours
You haven't really seen Prague until you've seen it at night, and a walking tour sets the stage for soaking up the city's most famous sites lit up at night. Follow your guide around Old Town icons and hidden gems, such as the site where Mozart once lived.
Some of the best views of Prague's landmarks, including Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, can be seen from the Vltava River. Hop aboard an illuminated sightseeing boat for a relaxing and romantic float past a procession of floodlit sites. Depending on the tour you choose, you might sip on a complimentary cocktail or feast at a dinner buffet.
Uncover Prague's haunted history during a ghost tour through the cobbled lanes of Old Town. If the above-ground ghosts and ghouls aren't scary enough, head underground for a paranormal exploration of cellars and a former prison beneath the City of a Hundred Spires.
Beer Tours & Pub Crawls
Discover Prague's legendary nightlife with the help of a guide who knows all the top hot spots. Dive in to Prague's beer culture on a tour of local pubs, bars, and a microbrewery (sampling some Czech tapas along the way), or follow your guide on a crawl through some of the city's top pubs for a night of drinking and dancing.