With its awe-inspiring architecture and vibrant history, Prague is home to Central Europe’s most happening arts, culture and culinary scene. Insiders know that this former city behind the Iron Curtain has emerged from the Velvet Revolution into an urban center to rival Amsterdam, London or Rome. The Czech capital sports a stylish range of dining, beer garden, café and nightlife hotspots. Want to know where all the cool Praguers go? Here are some of the popular hipster hangouts in Prague. Even if you’re not a hipster yourself, these are great venues to check out when visiting this lively gem of a city.
Naplavka comprises the riverside parallel to Charles Square, a short walk from the city center. One of the most popular summer hangouts, it is home to a farmers market every Saturday morning. In the afternoons until late evenings, it turns into a lively riverside café and bar scene complete with frequent live music performances and excellent craft beer.