Most gay bars in Prague tend to be rather pubs, cafe-bars or lounge bars. It is not that common here to stand in crowds at the bar, instead the locals rather sit with friends around the tables. That makes the bars in Prague a great place to meet with friends and have a beer or drink together, but it may be a bit more difficult to get to know other people in the bars. Please check the websites and Facebook pages of the respective venues for the latest information. Update March : Bars, restaurants, gyms and saunas must remain closed.
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Prague, picturesquely situated on the Vltava River, is the capital of the Czech Republic. This period saw the establishment of the first university in Central Europe, the laying of the foundation stone for the St. For centuries, Prague has been a melting pot for Czech, German and Jewish culture. Today's cityscape is dominated by buildings from all major periods of art history: Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Art Nouveau, and even Cubism, which uniquely found its way also into architecture only here.
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Prague and the Czech Republic have earned a generally accurate reputation of being more liberal than its neighbours to the east like Poland or the Baltic States, and Czechs' attitudes towards issues like gay rights or drugs are far more tolerant. The biggest example of the Czech Republic's progressive policies towards the homosexual community would be its passing of historic legislation legalizing registered partnerships for same-sex couples in July This means that Prague has far more gay and gay-friendly clubs than most Eastern European cities, and is quickly becoming a popular travel destination for gay tourists. By some estimates, nearly , visitors to Prague per year have used services aimed at the homosexual community - though those numbers might be overblown, as most gay clubs don't deny entrance to heterosexual guests. Either way, gay tourism has definitely been on the rise since the s, and with gay clubs and hotels opening up on a regular basis, we at Prague Life have developed our own guide, so you can get the most out of the gay side of Prague.