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The Prague Pub Crawl is dedicated to travelers who wish to join Prague's biggest organized party. During the spring/summer months hundreds and hundreds of crawlers join us every night! At the first bar, you have unlimited Czech Beer, wine, Bohemian...more
Bianka was our tour guide ! She was very very nice
She likes to share know People and introduce new people
Also she enjoys living in Prague and she demonstrates it
Unfortunately we leave early we were so tired but next time we will be...More
The bars are great, met some cool people, had some absinthe. Definite must do in Prague for sure! I loved the last club, with 5 floors, that was the highlight so definitely worth waiting until the end of the night!
It was my first time on holiday alone and I was looking for something to do, then I saw the pubcrawl was just about to start. Luckily there was just enough time to buy a bracelet and join in!
At the first bar we had...More
I did this pub crawl yesterday with a friend and i highly recommend it! It worth the price. Better to start at 19:45 because you have more time for free drinks. The first hour we had open bar of beer and wine and the second...More
Great experience with pub crawl team. Started with unlimited drinks and ended at one of the largest European five stories Pub "Karlovy Lazne". My crawl guide Kailash was very friendly and leading us (count of more than 150) to all the pubs. This was the...More
So you pay €22-25 I think it was. They bring you to a tiny sweaty bar with terrible music for free beer, wine and shots of absinthe and vodka for one hour.
They then bring you to 3 more terrible and over priced tiny tourist...More
One of the oldest neighborhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the
modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.
Guide will calls everyone once the time is over in particular pub and takes everyone together to next pub. You will have to wear a band for identification and you can just follow the person or group wearing the same band in... More
Guide will calls everyone once the time is over in particular pub and takes everyone together to next pub. You will have to wear a band for identification and you can just follow the person or group wearing the same band in case if you lost. Or else just ask the guide for each club name in sequence,you will be going to visit before you start and then in case if you lost just ask someone the way or navigate by google maps. I hope it helps..Cheers
I would disagree with Rik. I did this pub crawl back in 2013 and it was brilliant, there were limited tickets so there was a small enough group that by the end of the night everyone knew everyone else and we all went to the... More
I would disagree with Rik. I did this pub crawl back in 2013 and it was brilliant, there were limited tickets so there was a small enough group that by the end of the night everyone knew everyone else and we all went to the club afterwards together. I was back in Prague last summer and they have totally commercialised this crawl. There was way to many people at it, we struggled to get drinks at the bar, there were no drinking games or activities which would help solo travellers meet new people. All in all there was very little atmosphere and if I was back in Prague I would be looking at a different crawl. I hope this helps.