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7 Best Beer Gardens in Prague

7 Best Beer Gardens in Prague

Prague, a city renowned for its vibrant culture and historical charm, is also a beautiful travel destination for beer enthusiasts. Its beer gardens, scattered across the city, offer a unique blend of social ambiance, scenic views, and, of course, an impressive variety of delicious locally brewed Czech beers. From massive gardens atop hills to cozy spots tucked in bustling neighborhoods, each beer garden presents a wonderful and distinct experience. 

What makes Prague’s wide variety of beer gardens so special isn’t just the inviting atmosphere, the scenic views, or the amazing local beers, it’s the way they create the perfect environment to sit back and enjoy the company of friends and family, both new and old. Below is a list of ten remarkable beer gardens in Prague, each promising a unique and enjoyable experience.

1. Letná Lookout Beer Garden

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Letna Beer Garden, a scenic and green oasis, is a beloved destination for both tourists and locals. Perched atop Letná Hill within Letná Park, this park provides the best panoramic view of this city’s historic cityscape, including the Prague Castle, the Vltava River, and the Charles Bridge. The garden’s expansive seating and location in one of Prague’s largest parks make it a perfect spot for a leisurely afternoon or evening.

This beer garden also recently expanded its beer and food selection. Letna Beer Garden now includes a variety of beers like Pilsner, Master’s amber lager, and Kozel’s dark lager, as well as Kingswood Cider, wines, and soft drinks. The food menu features dishes like porchetta, grilled chicken, fried mozzarella, and a chicken Caesar salad.

The beer garden is an integral part of the Letenské Sady experience, with nearby attractions including the historical Stalin lookout, shaded pathways, and the Hanavský Pavilion. It’s a place that offers more than just drinks; it’s a gateway to exploring the lush greenery and historical landmarks of the Letná district​​.

Address: Letenské sady, 170 00 Praha 7-Holešovice

2. Riegrovy Sady Beer Garden

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This beer garden is known for its beautiful view of sunsets falling over Prague Castle, a wide range of beers, live outdoor music, and all of this is offered in the center of Prague making it an ideal stop for anyone exploring the city. It’s situated in the picturesque Vinohrady district within Riegrovy Sady Park, a popular spot for green lawns, walking paths, and a serene ambiance.

With enough seating throughout the park for more than 1,200 people, Riegrovy Sady caters to a diverse crowd, featuring family-friendly zones and quieter sections alongside its sports-focused areas. The garden serves a variety of beers, cocktails, and grilled food, offering something for every taste.

Easily accessible from Náměstí Míru or Jiřího z Poděbrad, this beer garden is more than just a place to drink; it is a place to happily wander and explore, with little spots to stop, enjoy, and maybe even grab a drink are scattered all throughout the park.

Address: Riegrovy Sady 28, Prague Czech Republic


3. Strahov Monastery Beer Garden

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The Strahov Monastery Beer Garden, located near Prague Castle, is a unique blend of history and beer culture. The monastery’s brewery dates back to around 1400 AD, offering a distinctive ambiance and a taste of traditional Czech beer. This historical setting provides a serene environment to enjoy a drink with one of the best views the city has to offer.

The brewery underwent a significant renewal in 2000, transforming the former carriage hall into a modern microbrewery. Celebrating the feast of St. Norbert, the patron saint of the Premonstratensian monastery, the brewery now produces a variety of beers including amber, dark, IPA, and seasonal specialties like the St. Norbert Three-kings wheat special. 

If you want a truly beautiful day in Prague, start with a tour of the Castle then head to Strahov Monastery to enjoy its wide selection of beers, history, and a view like no other. After enjoying the monastery, you can enjoy a beautiful walk to the nearby Petrin Hill, a massive park laid with grass and trees topped with a rose garden and a climbable tower inspired by the world-famous Eiffel Tower.

Address: Strahovske nadvori 301/10, Prague 118 00 Czech Republic


4. Naplavka Beer Garden

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Naplavka stands out as a riverside escape that actually covers two sides of Prague’s iconic Vltava river. This bustling area transforms into a vibrant social space in the summer, with live music and a variety of bars following both sides of the river. While there is a bridge that can be walked across to reach both sides, the better option is a boat that will take you across for less than a Euro.

On both sides of the river, there is a large variety of places to stop and enjoy the many boats passing by on the calm water. With many notable destinations, some take the form of old boats outfitted with full bars, but there are also places tucked away into renovated sewer tunnels that take on a new life as beautiful cafes with massive glass doors that make the cafe look like a piece of modern art all on its own.

The best way to enjoy Naplavka is by embracing the local way of life – grabbing a drink, sitting along the riverbank, and enjoying the music that dances in from bars and people all along the river.

Address: Along the River Near the Karlovo Náměstí Tram Stop

5. Beer Garden Karlin

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Nestled along the Vltava River, Beer Garden Karlin is a beautiful rooftop garden in the heart of Prague. This venue combines the traditional charm of Czech beer culture with a modern twist. Its location offers a stunning view of the river and the iconic Prague Castle, creating an idyllic backdrop for a relaxing afternoon or evening. Just a short walk North there is also the beautiful island of Štvanice, which offers beautiful riverside walks by day and two of the best techno clubs at night. Once your done enjoying the Karlin, there’s no better way to spend the rest of your night than heading to the nearby clubs Fuchs 2 and Bike Jesus.

What also sets Beer Garden Karlin apart is its diverse menu of food. From mouth-watering Mexican dishes like Tacos de Pollo Asado to classic Czech favorites, the food options cater to a variety of tastes. Vegetarian and vegan patrons also have several options here, unlike most most location on this list.

Weekend at Beer Garden Karlin is lively and entertaining. The garden hosts live music every Saturday, creating a vibrant atmosphere. You can also enjoy a variety of fun games such as table tennis, beer pong, and table soccer, making it a perfect spot for both relaxation and entertainment​​. Moreover, this beer garden is not just for adults – a dedicated kids’ area ensures that families can enjoy their time with activities suitable for children.

Address: Pobřežní 1, Praha, CZ 18600


6. Parukářka Beer Garden

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Parukářka Beer Garden, located in the Zizkov neighborhood, is celebrated for its panoramic views of Prague. This beer garden, perched atop a hill, offers a unique blend of urban energy and the natural serenity of the larger Parukářka park. It’s location make it a great place for locals and tourists who want to take in a more relaxing experience as they enjoy the beautiful nature offered in the park.

Visitors can enjoy a variety of Czech beers, accompanied by light snacks, while taking in the picturesque cityscape. The garden’s relaxed and friendly atmosphere makes it an ideal spot for both daytime relaxation and evening socializing, attracting a diverse crowd of locals and tourists. Open daily from 2 pm to 10 pm, it provides a perfect setting to enjoy the city’s beauty and unwind with friends​​.

Address: Parukářka Park, 13000, Prague


7. Pivovar Narodni

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Pivovar Narodni stands out for its central location in Prague, right next to the National Theatre. This microbrewery bar/restaurant is a gem in the bustling city center, offering a serene courtyard beer garden that serves as a quaint escape from the urban hustle.

This beer garden is family-friendly, featuring a children’s play corner, making it an ideal spot for parents to relax while their kids are entertained. The garden has a capacity for 100 guests, offering an intimate setting for beer lovers. Pivovar Narodni is renowned for its Czech Lion brews, including a Pilsner, an Unfiltered Lager, and a semi-dark special.

Pivovar Narodni is not just about beer; it also offers a unique cultural experience. The tasting set allows patrons to sample a range of brews, including special drafts. The restaurant’s central location and reasonable prices make it an attractive destination for both locals and tourists. It’s a place where one can immerse in the authentic spirit of Prague while enjoying some of the finest beers the city has to offer​​.

Address: Narodni 8, Praha, CZ


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