By Olya Esipova, an adventure-loving psych student who originates from Uzbekistan and spends her free time acting as a warrior for endangered animals, socialising in the streets of Prague and dancing the salsa. Edited by Jess Wright
A city with all the magic and mystery of the gothic age, combined with the progressive mindset of a modern multicultural metropolis, Prague as a travel destination is hard to beat. The populace is open-minded, tolerant of the crowds of tourists that flock to the city, but with the healthy respect for personal space that many popular tourist destinations lack. And while prejudice is virtually non-existent, this liberal culture is complemented perfectly by the fact that Prague is safe at night. No place inhabited by crowds is entirely free of petty theft, however, so keep your belongings close. When it comes to the nightlife in prague you can always find something open, even in the icy depths of winter or deep into the night with many shops open until two in the morning. The things to do in Prague at night are so vast and varied that what you spend the evening doing really only depends on your taste. Whatever you’re craving, be it an evening exploring the weird and wonderful corners of an absinthe bar or a night dancing the salsa, there will be something to satisfy. Luckily for you I have listed all of my favourites right in this Prague nightlife guide!