PRAGUE BEER PUB TOUR (private, price for 2)

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4 Hours
Availability : all year long
Prague 1, at your hotel
Prague 1, at your hotel
Min Age : 10+

Tour Details

In the Czech Republic, we have a saying that translates as: “Life is good where beer is brewed.” If you are a beer lover, you will fancy Czechia and especially Prague. Not only with coffee (Prague Cafe society) but also with beer, Czech history was formed.

Departure & Return Location

Your Hotel

Departure Time

The suggested time is at 6 p.m.

Price Includes

  • Guided pick-up from the hotel (only Prague 1)
  • Visit of four beer pubs
  • Tasting of minimum of 4 types of beer
  • Your private tour guide
  • Beer tapas
(for an extra fee)


  • Transportation
  • 4 course beer menu
What to Expect

Beer is a Czech national treasure, and we will be happy to share it with you on a beer tour! Follow in the footsteps of the oldest beer pubs in Prague, from the most luxurious to the largest one, where once upon a time, great writers such as Václav Havel or  Bohumil Hrabal were regular guests. Discover the charming and sometimes hidden streets of the Old Town. Soak up the atmosphere of evening Prague.


Visit 4 beer pubsTry different types of beer

Enjoy the visit to traditional beer restaurants, including one microbrewery, to see maturing beer in barrels. You will have the opportunity to taste unique types of beer from a traditional lager to the craft beer with many flavors. The tour doesn’t require much walking, and it is suitable for all age groups, including older kids, who, of course, will be served soda.

Beer food is a must!Try local delicacies

Your stomach will have a blast as well. A variety of beer delicacies such as beer cheese, potato pancakes, or devil’s beer toasts are included in our tour. But If you will crave for more, we highly recommend purchasing a four-course beer menu. Only this way, you will be able to try specialties like beer champagne or ribs baked in beer. And as a dessert, you can have a beer ice cream, doesn’t it sound yummy?

Essential Prague sights & factsGuided tour is a part of the experience

Do you know where our republic was founded, where the Velvet Revolution took place, or what the Czechs mean by saying let’s meet under the horse? All of that you can learn on our guided walk between the pubs. Be surprised by modern statues created by David Černý on one side but Romanesque-Gothic architecture of the mysterious old Prague on the other. And as a bonus, you will get free advice on more beer pubs, and you can do the next day a beer tour on your own!

Tailor made tour upon requestLet us know what beer pubs would you prefer

To have only the best experience, we will tailor the tour to your needs and visit only the beer pubs that suit your taste. Please let us know in a separate email after booking what beer pubs do you prefer. Do you prefer places which are fancy, traditional, cozy and friendly or do you like giant beer halls? If you just want to be surprised, you can leave the choice on to us.

Optional Brewer’s tasting menu Strongest beer and beer ice cream!

Brewer’s tasting menu – price 29,- Euro
Welcome drink
● 0.1 l Šamp – ‘Champagne’ beer (this incredible beer is the result of marrying winemaking techniques with brewer’s yeast)
● Fried bread with whipped beer cheese
● 0.3 l ‘1466’ – extra bitter light lager (5.2% alcohol)

Main meal
● The neck of pork marinated in dark beer, crushed potatoes
● 0.3 l OLDGOTT – semi-dark unfiltered lager (5.6% alcohol)
● Beer ice-cream
● 0.2 l XBEER-33 the strongest beer in the world in terms of wort density (33° Plato) – 12.6% alcohol


Not a classic brewery visitDisclaimer

This is not an educational tour on how to brew, ferment, and ripen beer. The tour does not include a classic brewery visit, but it is an evening full of information about Czech culture, history, and beer tradition. The guide will briefly explain our past and point out exciting monuments along the way, covering the time frame from the Middle Ages to the twenty-first century.

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