Jazz and Blues Club Ungelt presents great concerts, provides intimate setting and tasty meals
The Jazz and Blues Club Ungelt is located in the 1000 year old Romanesque vault. The Ungelt courtyard was founded in the 11th century. Its name is derived from the very purpose of the building - every foreign merchant coming to Prague had to pay a fee to the royal treasury, i. e. ungelt. The court was also called the "Hilarious Court" by the locals for merchants used to hold noisy parties here. The court is right behind the Týn Church breathing the captivating atmosphere of Prague Old Town.
The club features top Prague jazz concerts, focusing mainly on jazz, blues, funk and fusion. Top Czech and foreign jazz bands with excellent soloists are on the program every night. You can stay until 1 am enjoying the illuminated Týn Church and the Clock Tower on Old Town Square on your way back. There is a good a la carte restaurant in the club and you can enjoy your meal directly in the music room, all the time during the production.
How to get there:
- Walking distance from Prague Ticket office - Via Musica shop on Old Town Square:
- Accessibility by Prague public transport:
metro A (green line) - Staroměstská station or
metro B (yellow line) - Náměstí Republiky station
trams Nos. 2, 17, 18 - Staroměstská stop or
trams Nos. 6, 8, 14, 15, 26 - Náměstí Republiky stop
- Nearest car parking:
Rudolfinum Parking, Alšovo nábřeží 12, Prague 1 or Kotva /Palladium shopping malls (Náměstí Republiky)