Gay Guide to PRAGUE 2021

Surround yourself in the beautiful capital of Prague and explore its fairy-tale architecture, stunning gardens and picturesque Old town. Combine that beauty with an ever-expanding gay scene and you have the making of a destination that will have you coming back for more

Prague's fairy tale architecture and position on the Vltava make it a romantic destination - a feast for the senses.

Prague’s fairy tale architecture and position on the Vltava make it a romantic destination.

OMG Party Prague1

Join hot “Bel Ami” like Czech boys at Clubs such as OMG and Termix every weekend.

Discovering Prague

Prague has by far the most stylish and international nightlife for gay people in Eastern Europe, with more than 30 different gay bars clubs, sex clubs, cafes and more.

People here like to party. They also have some of the finest beers in the world. Combine this with the locals outgoing and uninhibited personalities and their Bel Ami porn-star-like looks and you are in for a great time whenever you choose to visit the city.

Exploring the city and the gay district of Vinohrady

Prague is a city of hills and straddles the magnificent River Vltava. The main historic centre is pedestrianised and very easy to navigate. You can spend hours wondering along the medieval streets taking in the wide range of shops and boutiques, always discovering something new around the next corner. And if you don’t fancy walking, why not try taking a horse-drawn carriage or even a tour on a vintage Skoda convertible.

Most of the gay clubs and trendy cafes can be found in Vinohrady. It takes less than 10 minutes to reach this fashionable district by Taxi.

The river makes its way through the busiest districts of the Old Town known as Staré Mesto, the New Town Nové Mesto and the Jewish Quarter (Josefov) on the right bank, while the Castle District know as Hradcany and Malá Strana are nestled into the steep slopes of the left-bank.

While there is no gay district in Prague, there are many bars and saunas dotted around the old town. Most of the gay clubs and trendy cafes can be found in Vinohrady. It takes less than 10 minutes to reach this fashionable district by Taxi. Alternatively you can take one of the many trams which run throughout the day (hourly after midnight). It is an efficient and cheap way of making your way around the city as well as taking in the sights and sounds of the surrounding neighbourhoods.

  • Where to Stay

    Most of the best hotels are located either in or close to Prague’s old town. The gay bars and clubs are just a short taxi ride away. Prague is a year-round destination so you should book in advance especially if your stay coincides with a major holiday event.

Much of your time will be spent exploring the Medieval streets of the old town. Great for restaurants, antiques and Czech beer.

Much of your time will be spent exploring the Medieval streets of the old town. Great for restaurants, antiques and Czech beer.


Praizska is the street to shop on. With international designer brands and fasionable restaurants.

The Old Town, Charles Bridge and the Castle

Without a doubt, the dramatic Old Town Square is the focal point of the city. It oozes charm and character with the stunning 14th century Tyn Church casing shadows over the entire city. The famous Old Town hall with its Astronomical Click is one of the most photographed attractions in the city. On the hour, hundreds of visitors will stop at the same spot, waiting for the bell to strike. Our tip, wait until 12 noon for the “Walk of the Apostles”.

An interesting way to take in all that the city has to offer is to follow the traditional coronation route of the Bohemian Kings. Also know as the “Royal Way”

An interesting way to take in all that the city has to offer is to follow the traditional coronation route of the Bohemian Kings. Also know as the “Royal Way”, it begins at the 15th century Powder Tower, built as part of the town’s early defenses and the Municipal House and Semetana Concert Hall, one of the finest examples of Art Nouveau buildings in Europe. Just follow the silver signs directing you through the old town and onward to Prague Castle. The route can be busy but you can always meander through some of the side streets, discovering pretty parks, courtyards and other charming sights.

As you continue on your tour its hard not to escape the rather grand Charles Bridge. It is the perfect place to stop and take in the breathtaking views of the city, on both sides. Soak up the atmosphere as you pass street vendors selling paintings, jewelry and souvenirs together with musicians, street artists and performers.

As you cross the bridge into the Lesser Town or Mala Straná you will encounter many upscale restaurants and art galleries. This was the former aristocratic quarter of Prague so don’t be surprised as you pass may baroque castles and palaces.

This is the perfect area to stop for a bite to eat as you will need all your strength to make your way up narrow and winding streets to the Hradcany neighbourhood where you you will come upon Prague Castle. As you make your way up Petrin Hill look out for the Lookout Tower, a miniature copy of the Eiffel Tower.

At the entrance to the Castle you will find the National Gallery. It has an impressive collection, including some beautiful works by Van Gough. The Castle itself is a maze of courtyards leading to St. Vitus’s Cathedral and the Romanesque St. George Chapel, both worth a visit. When you’re finished sightseeing, take the old castle steps know as the Staré zamské zchody back down to the river and feast your eyes on the sea of red-tiled roofs of Prague . From late Spring to late Autumn you should make it a point to stop at the Wallenstein Gardens.

Josefov District

The upscale district of Josefov, Prague’s old Jewish Quarter is home to the city’s upscale shopping street, Parízská. This tree lined boulevard is home to familiar designer brands including Dolce and Gabanna, Prada, Gucci and more. The area is also famous for its fashionable restaurants, designer jewelry stores and local emerging designers.

Metropol Hotel Prague

Exploring the best of PRAGUE

Prague is a very compact city and most of its main attractions are within walking distance from the centre of the old town.

Take the time to explore all the city has to offer. If you are here for a long weekend, then you can take in most of the attractions mentioned in one day. However with so much packed into so many small spaces, it is definitely worth the time splitting up your days and exploring, at most, 3 per day.

Prague Castle

One of the highlights any trip to Prague. Take in lunch on the way.

Prague Astronomical Clock

On the hour, every hour, try and aim for the 12 noon show!

Charles Bridge Prague

One of the busiest and romantic spots in Prague. Busy, but worth it for the views!

The true highlight of any trip to Prague with great restaurants, fairs and architecture

Where to stay in PRAGUE?

The Prague Hotel Scene has improved dramatically over the past decade with many of the faded “grande-dame” hotels fully restored and modernised….

Golden Well Prague 5 Star

Most Unique Experience

This boutique hotel enjoys one of the best locations in Prague, with Prague Castle right next door, 7 minutes’ walk from Charles Bridge and 3 minutes from Lesser Town Square.

You don’t get more central than this old-world hotel off the Old Town Square. There are only six rooms, all different sizes and decorated individually with antique furnishings.

Overlooking Prague’s romantic rooftops or the Royal Gardens, the comfortable rooms of the Golden Well are equipped with air conditioning, minibars and satellite TV. The bathrooms have a spa bath, bathrobes and slippers. Guests are offered a welcome drink on arrival by the delightful hosts.

Check for the lowest rate for the Golden Well and book now.

Prague Bohemia Hotel 5 Star

Best Location – Old Town

The Grand Hotel Bohemia is located in the heart of Prague, 50 metres from the Powder Gate and 200 metres from Namesti Republiky Metro Station. Wi-Fi is provided free of charge.

The elegantly decorated rooms are spacious and feature modern furniture, air conditioning and tiled bathrooms with bathtubs. Satellite TV is available in each room.

Check for the lowest rate for the Prague Hotel Bohemia and book now.


Hotel Intercontinental Prague 5 Star

Great for Shopping!

The Inter Continental Praha is located on the fashionable Parizska shopping street in the Old Town of Prague, a short walk from Charles Bridge and the the Jewish Quarter.

All rooms are equipped with high-quality furniture and luxurious fabrics. The Health Club and Spa is accessible for free and offers a full range of relaxing and energizing massages, a salt-water swimming pool and a gym with the latest Technogym equipment.

Check for the lowest rate for the Prague Hotel Intercondinental and book now.

Louren Hotel Prague 4 Star

Best for the Gay District

For those preferring to stay close to the gay venues in Vinohrady, this 4-star family owned hotel is gay-friendly and situated near Termix in a quiet street in the Vinohrady quarter, a 5-minute underground ride from Prague’s old town. Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel.

Each room at Hotel Louren has a luxurious marble bathroom, a minibar, a safe, and individually adjustable air conditioning.

Check for the lowest rate for the Prague Hotel Louren and book now.

Mosaic House 4 Star

Great for those on a budget!

Situated just a 10-minute walk from Prague’s Charles Bridge, the stylish Mosaic House is a design hotel and hostel with free Wi-Fi. Facilities include a trendy bar and a restaurant.

The eco-friendly double rooms of the Mosaic House are air-conditioned and include modern amenities such as cable TV and an iPod docking station. There are well-appointed private bathrooms with hairdryer and Villeroy & Boch accessories.

Check for the lowest rate for the Mosaic House and book now.

Gay Bars & Clubs IN PRAGUE

Check out our review of nightlife in Prague. Where to go, what time is it busy and which are the busiest gay venues in the city.

Termix is one of the most popular night clubs in Prague - Busy Wed, Fri and Sat

Termix is one of the most popular night clubs in Prague – Busy Wed, Fri and Sat

Club Termax

Club Termax is a new gay club in the Vinohrady gay district with cheap drinks, live shows, open Fri and Sat night

Gay Nightlife in Prague

Most of Prague’s gay venues are in Vinohrady a 20 minute walk from the tourist areas. A taxi to the neighbourhood should cost you no more than EUR 10. Most people begin their night at Friends Bar, located half way between the old town and Vinohrady. Open every night, the bar gets busy around 11pm and especially so from Thursdays to Sundays. The venue is quite mixed with guys and girls of all ages.

Escort Bar, Escape is popular with guys who are looking for some company at a price. Drink prices are higher, however the erotic shows are entertaining and the escorts are obliging, providing of course, that you pay for their company. Agree in advance what you are looking for and how much you are willing to pay and your night should go smoothly.

Prague is full of sexy young guys looking to make some extra cash. Drakes, a cruisy club with a hooker bar attached is another alternative. Here you can hook-up with one of the escorts or go on a journey through maze of porn cabins and dungeons and make out with tourists and locals looking for a good time for free.

Alcatraz is popular with bears and leather guys and hosts regular underwear and nude party nights. Saunas are busy after work and when the bars close. Babyonia is one of the most popular due to its convenient location in the Old Town.

Termix is the place to party late into the night and becomes very busy on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Nights. Its a compact venue so even with a few hundred people, the club feels busy. On Club (Vinohradska 40), the former home of the Valentino club is a gay dance mega-club on three levels with a summertime terrace, two discos and a large lounge. The club is open until 5am with busy darkrooms, and a subterranean cruise labyrinth including stone caverns.

Check out the Events Section for the latest up-to-date list of events and parties taking place in Prague.

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