So it might surprise you to find that the club Nebe is undergound. The tip is to go late (one or two in the morning) when you still find beautiful girls on the dance floor.Indeed the only thing “holy” about Nebe might be it’s name, for the club has a reputation amongst some as being full of desperate women waiting to ambush any guy who wanders into the place. Nebe is located in the city centre not far from Karlovo Náměstí and Národní Třída, and you will find that it is 50/50 expats and Czechs.For some reason at Cross Club, I always seem to meet Czech girls who can beat me ten – nil.

The great thing about Lucerna is that it not only plays great tunes but that it has the casual vibe to match.

You don’t need to dress up or pretend to be anyone you’re not – you just have to know how to have fun.

Inevitably, in weaving your way through the labyrinth you will find the table football on the top floor – often termed the Czech national sport.

A great chance to meet women, but get your game on!

You can then enjoy it as you sink further and futher into one of the very chic and cosy sofas upstairs.

But don’t get too comfortable – you want to meet girls remember! You’ll be doing the disco stop to the early hours of the morning, but if you don’t watch yourself you can drink so much you’ll have forgotten all about the wonderful time you had there by the next day. You will feel your shoes squelch on the stickiness of the dance floor, and you will need to have a certain prowess in the art of “bar weaving” to get a drink – but there are ladies, lots of ladies.

It’s no wonder then that the bar attracts a young, positive crowd.

Lucerna also offers a consistently great line up of live performances, everything from PJ Harvey to Hip Hop legends The Roots more recently in the past.

Take your pick, they’re all run by the same company, and they’re all great cinemas.

Not to mention, the adjacent bars are also perfect places to meet interesting, intelligent women.

The venue is often packed with beautiful women intent on drinking themselves into near oblivion (I say near because sometimes it seems impossible that Czechs or Slovaks can ever get completely drunk.) Plus, the only beer on tap is the heftily priced Heineken, which makes the prospect of getting drunk even more difficult. Cross Club A Bowie-esque labyrinth of passageways, bizarre welded metal sculptures on the walls, and more than a touch of cyber punk – Cross Club is certainly unique.