Prague is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Europe. This is mainly because Prague is a beautiful city with many historical and cultural attractions. The city also has a very extensive gay scene where you can enjoy yourself exploring the nightlife. The Prague gay scene is not concentrated in one place. Most gay bars and clubs, however, are located in or near the historical city center of Prague.
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Buddha Bar Hotel Prague sits in the heart of Prague's Old Town, an area steeped in history and culture. This location places you within walking distance of some of Prague's most famous attractions. Just a few steps away, you'll find the Old Town Squa
Last weekend, we went on a short trip to Prague. We stayed at the Hotel Bohuslav, which is – as the name suggests – right next to the river. The hotel is very new and modern, and we received a very friendly welcome from the staff. Prague is a beautiful city that is rich in history and culture and is popular with tourists all year round. One of its main attractions is the beautiful and expansive city park called the Prague Castle Gardens.
When it comes to travelling, gay men find themselves in a tricky situation. It’s not unusual for them to encounter suspicion and hostility from people around the world and for gay-friendly places to be few and far between. (Germany, Austria, and the Czech Republic tend to be more open, while many other countries are deeply divided on the topic.) However, a recent survey found that 27% of gay men had visited Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, and more than half said they would return.