Prague Social Life

Have you just arrived in Prague and are looking for some people to make memories with? At first, it can be a bit stressful to socialize in a foreign environment. Especially when you don’t speak the language, which is, in the case of Prague, Czech. Whether you’d like to meet expats or locals, here are a few tips on where to get together and enjoy the most out of Prague life.

Language exchange

Let’s start from the roots of communication – the language. Even though most people in Prague speak English, it would definitely come in handy if you learned at least the basics of Czech. 

Find yourself a Czech tandem buddy, or come to BlaBla language exchange at Coffice Prague, which is organized weekly on Wednesday evenings. Do you already know Czech? Don’t worry. You can practice other languages, such as Spanish, French, or German, and make friends concurrently.

Pubs

It’s a commonly known fact that everything in the Czech Republic centers around beer. And the way how locals pal around isn’t any different. It comes as no surprise that Czechs are the biggest beer consumers in the whole world. Czechs like to have one (or two, three, four) after work. And why wouldn’t they? Beer is their national heritage. Moreover, half a liter of lager is often cheaper than a bottle of water. 

Invite your coworkers, or just go out on your own. The numerous pubs, bars, and restaurants in the city will certainly be full of people to connect with no matter the time. 

In summer, you can also have a pint at Naplavka, the Vltava riverbank featuring bars and cafes, or in one of Prague’s abundant city parks, such as Riegrovy sady, the artsy Kampa, the historic Vysehrad, or Grebovka.

Note that we also have beer and garden at our bar at Coffice Prague :]

Live music and clubs

Are you into music? You have chosen right because Prague is a musician’s paradise. There are always various gigs and concerts around, from the classical orchestras and jazz bands to crazy drum & bass parties with a DJ. Do you play a musical instrument yourself? Do a little show in an any open mic around the city. 

Sport and the outdoors

If the pubs are empty, that means there is an important sports event to watch somewhere around. Czechs are great fans of football, as well as ice hockey, and they often go to see their favorite team’s matches.

Not only it’s popular in the Czech Republic to watch sports events, but to actually engage in physical activities. Whether it’s running, cycling, swimming, skiing, martial arts, tennis, or skating, Prague is a great spot to live if you like not to just sit around. I should not forget mountain climbing, canoeing, rafting, fishing, and numerous other outdoor sports too.

Do you like sports? Simply inscribe in a club, or come to one of our daily meetups to get together with people who share the same passion.

Conclusion

There are countless options where to socialize. These were some of the most popular ones among the citizens of Prague. Would you like to know more about daily meetups and events in Prague? Join our groups on Facebook,  WhatsApp, or Meetup.com. Or just show up at Coffice Prague. Not only do we organize language exchanges and open mics, but also stand-up comedies, educative workshops, quiz nights, and much more. See you around!

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