Make your way to a centrally-located point in Malá Strana, an atmospheric neighborhood that’s tucked beneath the castle and the perfect place to find traditional beer bars and pubs.
Meet a ‘beer guide’ for a walk to the first stop, and learn about Czech beer along the way: start with how Pilsner Urquell became the archetype for the most popular beer style in the world, then hear about the wide range of beer styles and brewing methods that have been used in Prague for centuries. Visit a pair of authentic pubs for drinks, and sample beers from some of the Czech Republic’s best microbreweries. In between stops, enjoy short walks through Malá Strana, following historic streets with great views of the city.
The final stop of the day is at one of the oldest microbreweries in Prague, where you’ll have a guided tasting of three beers, including two varieties of well-crafted lagers, and an acclaimed IPA. This tour concludes at the final pub, close to sights and restaurants in Malá Strana.