Best Beer Gardens in Prague
The words “beer” and “Prague” are practically synonymous in the vocabulary of both locals and visitors. It’s no secret that the Czech capital is famous for this bubbly beverage, being of world class quality, offered at a ridiculously low price, and available to drink all throughout the city at any time of day or night.
For many, there isn’t a better place to enjoy a “pivo” on a nice day than in an outdoor beer garden. For this reason, we offer you a list of the best beer gardens in Prague to help you rub elbows and clink glasses with Praguers and travelers alike.
Letna Beer Garden
Nestled between the Prague castle and one of the city’s coolest neighborhoods of Letna, this beer garden delivers not only the leafy green ambiance one craves in a garden but also one of the most breathtaking views of the Old Town center. Any traveler has to put this on their list of can’t miss spots to soak in the beauty, as well as the beer, of Prague.
Riegrovy Sady Beer Garden
The “Big Daddy” of all beer gardens, this space located on the border of Prague’s super hip and charming Zizkov and Vinohrady neighborhoods holds enough wooden tables and benches to seat several thousand merry revelers at once. Show up on a warm day any day of the week when it’s the prime beer garden season of spring and summer, and you’ll feel the full power of this wild gathering space for locals, expats, and tourists alike.
Beer Garden at Vysehrad Hill
The hidden gem of Prague’s beer garden scene, this one requires a bit of a hike to reach as it’s perched on top of the hill at Vysehrad. But good things come to those who are willing to sweat it out a bit, as the garden offers a sweeping view of the valley below and has a casual, local vibe that lets you know that you are somewhere unique and away from the city center. Be sure to treat yourself and try the Balkan Style grill serving up tasty food near the entrance.
Beer Garden at Zlute Lazne
This one requires a couple qualifiers first, as it is only open during spring, summer, and early fall and it requires a nominal cover charge to enter. But it absolutely has to be mentioned amongst the great beer gardens in the city, as it’s allows you to have a day on the beach during your visit to Prague. Yes, you can dip your toes in the sand, enjoy a riverside view, listen to reggae music, and have an amazing Czech beer while being in a landlocked country located over 600km from the nearest sea! On a warm, sunny day, who could say no to this? Just remember to bring your swimsuit so you can work on your tan.
No matter how long you stay in Prague, it would feel incomplete without a visit to one of these local favorites. So get out there and enjoy Prague’s favorite drink at some of the city’s most iconic outdoor spots.
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