• 4.6.2015
  • Tereza Vítková

Prague's Best Summer Cinemas

Guidilo - Summer Cinemas in Prague

Watch popular movies under the stars and experience a night to remember. No matter if romantic classics or latest blockbusters – lots of open air cinemas all around Prague guarantee unique movie nights. With popcorn, BBQ sausages, beer and a warming blanket you are perfectly prepared for a great movie night.

Aperol Spritz Summer Cinema
Where: Žluté lázně, Podilí – Prague 4
When: 9th June – 1st September 2015; beginning after sundown
One of the newest open-air cinemas in Prague has risen in Yellow Spa (Žluté lázně) on the bank of the Vltava river. Come to watch great movies every Tuesday until the end of summer. The best thing? Admission to the movies is free!

Bukanýr - Summer Terrace Lounge
Where: Nábřeží L. Svobody, Prague 1
When: July – August 2015; 9:30 pm
The houseboat U bukanýra also opens up a summer terrace, with Wednesdays night screening blockbuster films, classics and all your favourite movies throughout the whole summer. All movies presented are with Czech and English subtitles.

Meet Factory
Where: Meet Factory, Prague 5
When: 3rd June – September 2015; every Wednesday from 9:30 (June, July) or 8:30 (August, September)
Chill out in a beach chair or in a bean bag pillow, grab a beer and watch the chosen movie. Don't forget to vote in advance to pick the movie you want to see, and the winner makes it to the screen. Entry fee: 80 CZK (cca. 3 EUR)

Summer Cinema Regina
Where: Karlín, Prague 8
When: 11th June – 6th September 2015; from 9:30 pm
Summer Cinema Regina, operated by Czech Radio (Český rozhlas), is Prague's popular outdoor cinema. Showing a mix of contemporary favorites, cult classics and premieres, this cinema screens Tuesday to Sunday nights throughout the warmer months for only 50 CZK (cca. 2 EUR)

Summer Cinema Smíchov
Where: Hořejší nábřeží, Smíchov – Prague 5
When: June – September 2015
The Summer Cinema Smíchov has a few attractive features that will make your night fairly stress free, including lots of parking, good public transport access and best of all, undercover seating if it rains. There is a fairly impressive range of refreshment to keep you awake. Entry fee is 100 CZK (less than 4 EUR), which includes several small, yet pleasant bonuses always different during the summer season.

Summer Cinema at Střelecký ostrov
Where: Střelecký ostrov, Prague 1
When: June – September 2015
A popular open air cinema in central Prague is reopening to the public after more than 4 years. Visitors can enjoy great memorable nights of experiencing the best of film through the ages, from all over the world, several times a week for 100 CZK (less than 4 EUR) per person.

Summer Cinema at Riegrovy Sady
Where: Riegrovy Sady, Prague 3
When: 1st June – 14th September 2015; every Sunday and Monday from 9:00 pm (June, July) or 8:00 pm (August, September)
Riegrovy Sady is a great place to chill out on those hot summer nights anyway. Come and watch movies under the stars with fine beers and grilled pig. Deck chairs are provided - all seats are unreserved.

Have you visited some of them and have a different opinion? Just let us know!

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