Gothic Cities

I've collected various recommendations for places to go, things to see, clubs to frequent, etc. from postings to alt.gothic. This is a work in progress, and if you would like to add/update/remove something email me.

Czech Republic


Kutna Hora

Virtual Tourist:
15 Sept 2003

Trains from Prague (From the Hlavni Nadrazi station) run daily and take about an hour. 
The bus is much cheaper, and doesn't take much more time.
Alain:
14 Jul 1998

Brian Connellan (b.c.connellan@pei.sympatico.ca):
>I am planning a Europen tour and there is a church in Prague
>that is decorated entierly with bones. 

Its in the town of Kutna Hora. The church is nearby Sedlec's
cathedral...

Another thing i learnt is that the bones used comes from about 40000
victims of the plague! Nice design, too! Not just a pile of skullz and
bones but artistically done motifs and patterns ;)

Prague

althea:
26 Dec 1996

Seconded! Chapeau Rouge rules! And if they were playing Sisters, I assume
that Gerry is still working there!! Say hello to him for me!!!
 
Other than that, the Bunkr is probably the best club there... at least,
when I was there, Sixth Comm played, and it was pretty groovy... But
yeah, avoid all the clubs near the Plaza like hell...

[Charles Bridge]
Also, a lot of people hang out on the bridge at night... pretty cool.
Scott:
26 Dec 1996

If your friend needs a great hang out bar (who incidentally played alot of
Sisters and other goth rock ) goto the Chapeau Rouge during the week.
During the week, they will play good music, and a bottle of good red wine
is only $3.  It is open the latest of the bars in the area, so all of the 
[...]
small, but a good place to find English speaking people to go out with).
It is just north of the Charles Bridge (where they shot a lot of Mission
Implossible).


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