Shortly after the state of Emergency was declared on March 12, 2020, hotels in the Czech Republic were asked to close to prevent coronavirus from spreading. As per the latest news these should now be able to reopen from May 25.
Given the restrictions that are still in place throughout Europe, the largest hotels may not reopen as early as end of May, but domestic tourism is expected to resume from this date.
Though as the local authorities have started discussing with neighbouring countries we can expect more and more EU citizens to be able to enter the country as tourists as early as this summer.
Karlovy Lazne is a well known night club in Prague, namely by tourists, as this is one of the biggest music club in Central Europe. It has 5 floors and each floor has a dedicated music style.
Karlovy Lazne, the largest club in Central Europe
You may have heard about it and feel like checking it out, but it’s definitely nothing special. In fact, the interior rather looks like a big hall that has been rented for a large student party (which is why you’ll understand that at the end of the night it’s dirty everywhere), and the place is full of young teenagers, a great part of them being tourists.
It’s not really a place that we would recommend, unless you’re a big group of teenagers willing to try something a little different. Just a quick tip: some bartenders tend to keep (too often) your change, assuming all loose change is a tip… Finally be aware that you’ll have to pay to get in, and it’ll cost you more than 100 CZK if you get in after 10pm.
If you’re still curious and want to check their website: Karlovy Lazne