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Gay Travel Prague
The beautiful city of Prague has been attracting increasing numbers of gay tourists every year now since the curtain finally fell on 41 years of Communist rule in 1989. The city, so grey and drab during that period, is now a riot of colour and its fabulous buildings have been brought back to life. Improvements in tourist infrastructure have also proceeded apace with restaurants and bars of every type and for every budget springing up regularly.
The city has 3 absolute ‘must-see’ sights: the legendary 1000 year old Prague Castle which looms above the city, Old Town Square and The Charles Bridge which spans the scenic and pleasant Vltava river. But these 3 attractions are just the tip of the iceberg; there are countless churches and scores of beautiful buildings of many different architectural styles. The two old towns, Mala Strana and Stare Mesto, teem with buildings of historical interest and the latter also features the best preserved Jewish quarter in Central Europe.
Prague is extremely easy to visit. It’s safe, most places are walkable and there is a cheap and reliable local transport network if you prefer to rest your legs. With the Czech crown now much stronger than it was, prices are not the bargain they once were, but you can still get some great value in local restaurants and pubs; beer for example is not much more than 1 euro for a half liter in many places.
Prague Gay Scene
Prague has one of the most vital and lively gay scenes in central Europe, the envy of its fellow former Communist countries to the east and north. The scene attracts a mix of tourists, expats and locals with a high proportion of attractive young men amongst them. There are more than 30 gay establishments including friendly lounge bars, Czech pubs, flashy nightclubs, sex clubs and saunas.
Most of the gay bars and clubs are located in the plush residential district of Vinohrady, just next to Wenceslas Square. This is where you will find the two largest gay clubs, Valentino and Termix as well as a number of small and friendly gay bars within easy walking distance of them.
A second area centred around Friends bar in the Old Town and including a number of cool cafes, is also worth a look. The Lesbian scene is much quieter and less developed. The only bar where lesbians predominate is Jampa Dampa. But girls are welcome in all but the erotic bars and many establishments have special lesbian nights or parties.
If you are interested in a culinary exploration of Czech cuisine then La Degustation is the right place for you. A restaurant that focuses on molecular gastronomy, this restaurant makes little meals with lots of flavor. Come here if you want to experience a good variety of dishes, but still be part of the Czech tradition.
Probably the most famous fine dining experience of Prague. Kampa Park has an amazing view of the city, as well as delectable dishes. This restaurant has built up and earned its reputation through impressing celebrities with their cooking. Though it may be pricey, if you wish to dine like royalty, try Kampa Park.
Pivovarsky Dum is a microbrewery and restaurant. Czech’s are famous for their pilsner and are great at brewing other beers as well. Pivovarsky has many specialty beers that you will not be able to find any where else. Goulash and other Czech favorites are also offered here. These people love beer, and use it in many of there recipes including dessert.
Gay-friendly. Open-minded restaurant in traditional Italian style. Above-average prices for above-average quality of food and service.