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Traditional Czech Pubs

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Mlejnice      Recommended

Traditional small pub, well hidden from most tourists in a small street behind to the Old Town Square offering great beer and great traditional meals in a rustic style decorated interior.


Address: Kozna 488/14, Praha 1, near the Old Town Square.

Tel: +420 224 228 635

U Fleku      Recommended

One of the oldest and probably the most popular pub in Prague. It has its own brewery producing a wonderful type of dark lager since 1499!

A huge pub with several halls and a nice summer garden. Usually has live accordion music.

U Fleku

Address: Kremencova 11, Praha 1

Tel: .+420 224 934 019-20

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The Svejk restaurant "Malostranska pivnice"      Recommended

Traditional pub in the Lesser Quarter close to the Charles Bridge dedicated to the famous Czech novel character 'Good Soldier Svejk'. Czech food, typical Czech atmosphere and excellent draught Pilsner beer.

The Švejk restaurant

Address: Cihelna 3, Prague 1 - Lesser Quarter

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U Zlateho tygra - "The Golden Tiger"      Recommended

Probably the last really authentic local pub in Prague where local men regularly meet by 'their' table.

The Pub where Vaclav Havel, Bill Clinton and Madeline Albright came to meet with the great Czech novelist Bohumil Hrabal.

It's definitely worth a visit, but a little warning; this is the place where local men are at home and a tourist is welcome only when there is a enough space for the regulars! If someone is giving you an unusual stare, it may be because you are in 'their' seat!

The Švejk restaurant

Address: Husova 228/17, Praha 1

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U Vejvodu

A large traditional Czech pub centrally located offering a large selection of food and as always serves good beer!

The Švejk restaurant

Address: Jilska 4, Prague 1

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