In the Zizkov area of Prague. This place has a wide variety of ways to spend a night out. A concert hall, a restaurant, and 2 different bars downstairs. The one you immediately see on the way downstairs resembles the inside of a ship. Its one of the cheapest places to get a beer and a perfect place to hole up with friends in the winter. It does get very smokey and drug laws here are taken as more of a suggestion.
I go to Akropolis as much for cheap Czech food in the adjoining pub as for nights out and gigs. It's a 1927 art deco theater building, reincarnated as a cultural center in the heart of the Žižkov district. Akropolis has everything from stage plays to world music, but most locals know it best as a club and a great spot to see alternative bands. Decidedly grungy and very atmospheric, it's something of a local institution and definitely worth a visit.
Bergama used to be the first 4th day of the Pergamon Dynasty. We got up early in the morning, hoping to drive more tourists to Akropolis (Acropolis), another landmark of Bergama. Akropolis is built on a mountain, and her figure can be seen standing in the city street. The most essential part needs to be reached by cable car. It usually takes about 20 minutes to walk past the cable car, but I really don’t want to live up to the early sunshine, so I walked slowly. Almost all the breakfast shops on the street did not open their doors, and occasionally someone came out from the restaurant, just came out to bask in the sun with a cup of Turkish black tea in hand. When I was in Izmir, I was not too aware of the fact that people from Turkmenistan like to drink black tea. Only when I came to Bergama I realized that the people here really drink black tea at every turn. You can see waiters carrying a few cups of black tea across the street with plates. Delivered to the guests. Gradually I started to get this habit. After walking around in this way, we also arrived at the cable car. The cable car was very simple. All I saw was a conductor. As for the platform of the cable car, there was no one. It was up to us. Akropolis is quite large, with the Temple of Trajan, Temple of Athena, Library, Coliseum and Altar of Zeus, etc., and many others have disappeared without any trace. After visiting Akropolis,
This is an independent Cultural Center offering exceptional concerts, theater performances and exhibitions. It welcomes both Czech and international performers, all of the highest level in the theater and music scene. It is located in one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in Prague and the building attracts attention with its decoration and colorful facade.