Gay life in the city
Although homosexuality is legal, the age of consent is 15, and the Czechs are generally open-minded, they're still not very exposed to gay life.
You'll rarely see public same-sex affection, but since parliament's approval of a new domestic partnership law in 2006, gays were given the right
to marry (although not the right to adopt). The number of gay attractions is quietly growing, and there is a
Gay and Lesbian Film Festival every November (although, surprisingly, no Gay Pride march in June).
The city's gay bars and clubs are welcoming, and are fun places to Czech out the local boys.
Noi - The Art of Taste
Very well located in the center of the city, this restaurant used to be called "Downtown Café" where the gay guys went for breakfast after all-night clubbing. It's now a restaurant serving a Thai menu which you may enjoy sitting in the beautiful patio.
This is the best and most popular gay sauna in Prague,with fitness facilities, steam room, jacuzzi, and a bar.
Although small, this sauna is popular with couples, offering a whirlpool, summer garden, and bar. It's very central, located close to Wenceslas Square.
This popular lesbian hangout attracts a mixed crowd, but can be two-thirds lesbian on weekends. The dancing takes place downstairs, with some nights devoted to karaoke.
Villa Mansland Gay Hotel
U Zlate Studne Golden Well Hotel