Czech Republic

Czech Republic

Things to do - general

Czech Republic Golf Holidays. Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. It is also the historical capital of Bohemia. Situated in the north-west of the country on the Vltava river, the city is home to about 1.26 million people, while its larger urban zone is estimated to have a population of nearly 2 million. The city has a temperate climate, with warm summers and chilly winters.

The Czech Republic is a guaranteed quality golf break for the individuals who have been gripped by the golf bug. The greens here are slick, green and waiting for you!

CountryCzech Republic
Languages spokenCzech
Currency usedCzech Koruna

The Golf

Czech Republic Golf Holidays

The Czech Republic is a guaranteed quality golf break for the individuals who have been gripped by the golf bug. The greens here are slick, green and waiting for you!

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Nightlife info

Prague Nightlife

Prague's nightlife is as varied as the general population who visit and occupy the city, which implies that odds are, with a tiny bit of fortunes and seeking, you'll locate the ideal setting for your evenings out in the city. Prague's bistros, bars, and banishes go from colossal unrecorded music settings where nearby and global groups play out all days of the week, to bobbing electro clubs, to more laid-back bars and bistros where you can sink into a couch and drink a couple of pints of Czech pilsner, and in addition an incredible choice of gay clubs and bars. Beneath, we've given our undisputed top choices, in addition to a couple key places that are not to be missed on any night voyage through Prague!

The greater part of the mainstream Prague clubs are found in the focal point of the Old Town, giving simple access to voyagers remaining in the range and additionally local people on a night out. One spot not to be missed is Karlovy Lazne, the biggest club in Central Europe, with five move floors on four levels and a grand perspective of the Vltava River and Charles Bridge. Other prevalent clubs where you can get your score on incorporate Vertigo, Roxy (which has free unrecorded music follows up on Mondays), N11, known for its hip-bounce evenings, Dublex, and the multi-reason Lavka, all situated inside the Old and New Towns. Some more upscale settings, where a mixed drink could set you back the cost of an inn bed, incorporate Bugsy's and Tretter's.

In any case, don't ponder techno clubs and moving in scanty outfits (not that there's anything amiss with that). In the event that your clothing is more Converse than Armani, you'll be satisfied to find that Prague has an extraordinary option scene, both for getting unrecorded music and for unwinding to a decent soundtrack and lovely organization. In the first place, look at Alternatiff, situated in an indistinguishable patio from an awesome record store and tattoo parlor. Bordo and Club Nebe are both awesome spots to simply have a few lagers and meet individuals, or in some cases to get a show. For shows by both nearby and worldwide underground acts, the best places are Rock Cafe, Lucerna Music Bar, Abaton, and Palace Akropolis, where a few stars of the European and American outside the box scene have graced the stage. What's more, in case you're truly feeling audacious, Cross Club is justified regardless of the trek (or metro ride) out to Holesovice, as you're probably not going to find anything like it anyplace else in Europe!

In the event that boisterous music and moving simply isn't your thing, numerous local people know the best places to go to simply sit around with a brew. Our undisputed top choices incorporate the not really mystery M1 Secret Lounge, Think Pink, U Sudu, Atmosphere, and the mind-bowing Solid Uncertainty. What's more, in case you're more into smoking than drinking, more laid-back bars like these will probably permit that kind of thing (and in addition knowing where to get a few).

In case you're feeling more Irish than Czech, look at Caffrey's Irish Bar appropriate on the square, or Rocky O'Reilly's, the biggest Irish bar in the city, or the more covered up and laid-back Merlin or J.J. Murphy's Irish Pub. At that point there's the Cuban-Irish anomaly that is unique, O'Che's.

The Area

Prague

Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. It is also the historical capital of Bohemia. Situated in the north-west of the country on the Vltava river, the city is home to about 1.26 million people, while its larger urban zone is estimated to have a population of nearly 2 million. The city has a temperate climate, with warm summers and chilly winters.

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Beroun Golf Resort

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Black Ridge Golf Resort

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