Meet your guide at 6pm in Prague's city center and start your tour by learning about the history behind Pilsner Urquel, the golden lager which stopped riots in the Czech town of Plzen and started a revolution in the world of beer. Enjoy a glass of unpasteurized Pilsner, making its way to your belly straight from the brewery. Take your first steps toward becoming a true master of beer by learning how to pour the perfect pint in the first pub. Also discover why some people refer to beer drinking as a national sport through the pub’s unique way of displaying drinking statistics around Europe.
Then, walk to the second pub, a true hidden gem of Czech culture, unchanged in the past couple of decades. Enjoy one of the best dark lagers in the world and indulge in some traditional Czech humor through the art adorning its walls.
Head for the final destination, a traditional Czech restaurant, to taste the most popular domestic brew in all of Czech Republic and hear the fantastic mythology behind its origins. Worked up an appetite? Taste delicious Czech food, including what is arguably the best goulash in all of Prague.
Finish the tour confident in your pronunciation of Na zdraví.
This activity includes:
3 beers (0.5l each) - Czech drinking customs - History of beer - History of Pilsner Urquell - Beer Tasting - Legends
“Nicolas and the tours were amazing! ”
Reviewed on March 17, 2018
I did the free tour with Nicolas, and he was so awesome I booked onto the Prague castle and beer tour too! He was so lively, passionate and knowledgable and I learnt and saw so much from good Prague...
“Free walking tour”
Reviewed on March 15, 2018
We did the free walking tour yesterday afternoon with Michael as our tour guide around the city. This was our first walking tour so we were unsure what we were joining, however this was a great way...
“Nearly 9 hours plus with these guys and worth it”
Reviewed on March 14, 2018
We did the free tour at 10.30am, castle tour at 2.30pm and the beer tour at 6.30pm. Was a long day of walking but worth it all. We had Vaclav for the tour of the city and castle. Great information...
In front of Rudolfinum concert hall at Jan Palach Square
Look for Good Prague Guides with green umbrellas standing on the stairs in front of Rudolfinum concert hall. The meeting point is a couple of minutes away from the Old Town Square (take Kaprova). If you are staying in Malá Strana, just cross the Mánes Bridge. The nearest metro station is Staroměstská.
Things to note
Please come at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour.
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund. Failure to cancel within this time or in the case of a no-show, you will still be charged the full cost of your booking.