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Prague Beer and Czech Tapas Tour

Highlights / General details Beer. Cerveza. Bier. Brewski. Biru. Pivo. It doesn't matter which language you say it in, beer could just be the official drink of choice for travellers. Unite with other beer appreciators on this Prague tour to sip local ales, and learn why Prague is arguably the best city in the world for drinking beer. Indulge in what Prague is famous for – beer! Visit three of Prague’s true local favorite beer halls and a microbrewery. Savor typical Czech 'beer tapas' in different pubs along the way. Learn about the Czech/Bohemian lifestyle, stories, and beer culture from the Middle Ages through Communism, all the way to the present. Experience the less-touristy districts of Zizkov and Vinohrady, densely populated with beer halls and hidden gems. Enjoy the local Prague tradition of socializing in beer halls. Inclusion English-speaking local tour guide; Tram and metro ride; 5 beers (0,3 l); 4 traditional beer snacks – typical Czech “tapas“; Prague beer map. Exclusion Additional drinks, meals, and/or souvenirs; Gratuities for your guide. Hours of operation Available: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat; Departs at 5:00pm. No tour departures: January 1; April 6; July 6; October 28; December 23-27, 31. Duration Approximately 4 hours. Location Meeting point: In front of the statue of the Czech patron saint - King Wenceslas on top of Wenceslas Square (Vaclavske namesti), at the metro station "Muzeum", Prague 1 (main landmark). Finish Point: Husova 232/10 Street, Old Town, Prague 1. Itinerary Then let’s go! Let us lead you on this tour of the most reputable (though not always the most beautiful) beer sanctuaries in the city. A local tour guide leads this Prague beer tour along tram and Metro rides to visit five beer halls where you’ll sample five beers (0.3 L) and four typical Czech 'beer tapas'. (Yes, that is a real thing, promise!) While appreciating the delicious Czech beer, you will also hear stories about exciting moments in the country’s history and Czech lifestyle, from the Middle Ages through Communism to the present. We will begin our Prague food tour at the statue of the Czech patron saint, Saint Wenceslas, on top of Wenceslas Square (Václavské námestí). It was here that many demonstrations took place during Communism and the Velvet Revolution in 1989 that brought down totalitarian rule. Next up on our beer tour we'll hop on the tram in search of a truly hidden gem at Vinohrady, where, aside from a jolly and cosy atmosphere, this beer cellar and garden also serves up 27 different Czech microbrewery beers! Don't worry, we'll help you choose. We'll also savour some pickled sausage, one of the most famous Czech beer snacks, which is served with onion and pepper. In our opinion, this place does it best in all of Prague, and trust us...we've done our homework. Time to switch gears, but who knows where we'll end up next! As local experts, we've always got our eyes peeled for what's going on in the city, so the next stop will vary based on the season and what's happening - who has the most interesting beer on today, which pub has a band playing, etc. It's up to you and your guide where you head to for this part of the adventure! Next, we will take the metro back to the Old Town for a legendary stop at the pub where the very first Pilsner Urquell draught was tasted in 1843. Of course, you’ll get to sample Pilsner Urquell, the most famous Czech beer, from a tank rather than a keg, which means that the beer contains less CO2 and therefore tastes much better; it is very difficult to find this kind of beer abroad. There is no better place to tell beer-related stories in Prague than in this pub, and as part of it is set in a former church it's a pretty funky hangout ,too! You will also learn about the birth of Pilsner, one of the most famous beers in the world, and which will be helpful in washing down a true Bohemian specialty - finely smoked pork neck with homemade potato pancakes and Bohemian-style white cabbage. Deeeelish! After sampling the world-renowned Pilsner Urquell, we shift gears and head to a rather cosy new brewery pub near the Old Town square, where we'll finish up our Prague beer tour in style, with new friends and stories you'll remember for a long, long time. As there are just too many fantastic beer halls to fit into one tour, at the end of this Prague beer tour you will be given a map of Prague’s best beer halls, which point out some of our other favourites spots in the city! Participant restrictions You must be 18+ to enjoy this tour so please bring valid Photo I.D. Additional Information Casual clothing is recommended for this tour. Policies Tasting of Czech 'beer tapas' is one portion split between two people. You are welcome to taste more beers during the tour at your own expense. You may order a non-alcoholic beverage instead of beer if you prefer. In the event that beer halls change their menus, we will pick the best alternative for the Czech beer tapas. Please note that smoking is NOT forbidden in the Czech beer halls. We reserve the right to change the the course of the tour and places visited in case one of the beer venues is closed. In case of street construction the guide will chose the best tram alternative suitable for your tour. For your Urban Adventure you will be in a small group of a maximum of 9 people. If you have your voucher, your booking is confirmed. We'll see you at the start point. Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher. **All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**
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