There is no shortage of things to do in Prague at night. From pubs and clubs, to theater and concerts, the city comes alive after dark. But if you’re looking for a truly unique experience, why not combine dinner with one of Prague’s many extraordinary activities? Here are some ideas to get you started:
Dine in Prague while listening to the Opera
Prague has a long history in opera and classical music. In fact, the Prague State Opera is one of the oldest in Europe. Actually Mozart ‘s Don Giovanni had its world premiere in Prague. So why not kill two birds with one stone and dine in style while enjoying a live performance? Mozart Dinner in Neo-Baroque Boccaccio Ballroom is the perfect fit.
Enjoy the finest Mozart opera music performed by musicians from renowned Czech opera houses. Enjoy a traditional 3-course dinner served during the musical performances at the historically protected Boccaccio Hall in Old Town Prague, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Boccaccio Hall is one of the most significant Neo-Baroque interiors in Prague. It is decorated with beautiful frescoes, stucco works and a magnificent chandelier. The hall was built at the beginning of the 20th century according to the project of architect Antonín Wiehl and it was opened on 12 December 1908 as part of the Grand Hotel Central. Dining there along with the sound of live classical music is an unforgettable experience. The food is exquisite as well.
With your ticket for this 2.5-hour program you’ll enjoy their performance of the most famous arias and duets from Mozart’s operas, Don Giovanni (which premiered in Prague 1787), The Marriage of Figaro, and The Magic Flute.
Travel in time: Medieval dinner in Prague
Krčma U Pavouka in Prague can surely travel you back in time not only with its dishes but with its lovely environment. The restaurant is located in the Old Town Square and if you are looking for a more relaxed but tasty dinner, this is your perfect choice. Krčma U Pavouka prides itself on serving traditional Czech food. The menu includes various types of dumplings and Goulash. You could also order some delicious fried cheese as a starter. As for the main dish, you could try their specialties: roasted duck, pork knee or beef sirloin. The medieval performance that accompanies the evening has been well planned, and there’s lots to see and do. See swordsmen, jugglers, and belly dancers all perform to the beat of their own drumbeats.
If you want to add a little bit of excitement to your dinner and travel back in time, then this is the perfect spot for you. The dishes are tasty and the experience is unique.
Dining below the Prague bridges: A unique dinner cruise
If you are looking for an extraordinary dinner experience, then look no further than the Prague Dinner Cruise. This is a great way to see the city from a different perspective and enjoy a delicious meal at the same time. The cruise takes you through some of Prague’s most famous sights, including Charles Bridge, Old Town Square and Wenceslas. The menu provided is truly international, with something to suit all tastes.
As you dine, you will be entertained by a live jazz band and there is also a dance floor if you fancy a twirl around the room. The whole experience is very romantic and it’s a great way to celebrate a special occasion. If you want to treat someone special, then this is the perfect option.
Dining above the river and below the stars
The Sightseeing Dinner Cruise on Open-Top Glass Boat is perfect for those who want to enjoy a unique dining experience while admiring the city’s stunning night-time skyline. The boat has a glass roof, so you can dine under the stars while cruising down the Vltava river.
The on-board buffet features a wide variety of Czech and foreign delicacies as you sail through Prague at night. See Prague’s iconic landmarks along the Vltava River, including the illuminated Prague Castle, on this round-trip boat.
The deck of the boat has been insulated to decrease noise and vibrations, and the walls and ceilings are collapsible. Increase your enjoyment by taking advantage of the window seats option and securing a spot in this section. You will your welcome drink on board and then cruise down the river to the Charles Bridge, where you can see Rudolfinum, the Neo-Renaisian masterpiece.
As you cruise by the world-famous Dancing House, take in the stunning views of Petrin Hill and Old Town Prague from the comfort of your ship’s lounge. Snack on a range of international and Czech dishes at the dinner buffet. After dinner, take advantage of the city’s abundant picture opportunities and the city’s cool river air by exploring the open decks.
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Bonus activity: A real beer bath and all the beer you can drink!
If you are looking for a truly unique and memorable experience, then look no further than the Beer Spa Bernard. This is not your average spa experience! Here, you can relax in a tub of warm beer while sipping on a cold one. The beer is said to have many benefits, including improving circulation and helping to detoxify the body .
After your beer bath, you can enjoy all the beer you can drink in the on-site bar. This is a great way to relax and unwind after a long day of sightseeing. And, who knows, maybe you’ll even meet some new friends! If you are looking for an unusual but fun experience, then this is definitely worth checking out.
So there you have it! Three unique dining experiences that will make your evening in Prague truly extraordinary. Whether you want to travel back in time, dine with a view or relax in a tub of beer, there is something for everyone. Bon appetit!
Beer Spa Prague with Unlimited Beer
What’s Included in the Experience
- Full private treatment
- Unlimited beer consumption
- Beer bath
- Relaxation on the heated bed
- Towels, sheets, and slippers
- One bottle of Bernard® beer to takeaway