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Take your taste buds on a journey around some of Prague’s best drinking haunts on this evening Prague beer tour. With a local guide, visit iconic bars and pubs, including a microbrewery, as you learn about Prague’s long-held passion for beer. Head into the trendy Žižkov district and Prague Old Town and team your tastings with classic Czech ‘tapas’ such as hearty pork chili and pickled sausage. Get insider tips on the top brews to try, and hear fascinating stories about Czech culture from your knowledgeable guide.
Prague evening beer tour
Enjoy Prague’s thriving bar scene as you explore the city by foot and metro
Taste different beer styles from highly acclaimed Czech microbreweries
Try a variety of favorite local brews paired with typical Czech beer snacks
Hear stories about Prague’s culture and history from your guide
Begin your evening tour when you meet your friendly local guide at a central meeting point.
Listen to an appetite-whetting introduction to Prague’s beer scene, and hear how Wenceslas Square was pivotal in Prague’s recent history, presiding over the protests that kick-started the 1989 Velvet Revolution.
Then, start your explorations of the city’s beer haunts. Along the way, ride Prague’s public trams and metro trains where necessary (tickets are included), and call at several inviting bars and pubs, as well as a trendy microbrewery.
Board a tram on route to a popular beer hall in Žižkov, a former industrial district that’s now the hub of Prague's nightlife. Take your pick from 10 types of beer, from well-known Czech brands to under-the-radar brews from up-and-coming microbreweries. Team your brew with mouth-watering pork chili served with horseradish and mustard, and as you eat and drink, peruse the pictures of communist Czech presidents that coat the walls as your guide tells stories about life in Prague during the communist era.
Next, ride the metro to the Vinohrady area. Visit a pub with 27 beers on tap and choose a brew that takes your fancy, with tips from your guide. Enjoy your beer with a classic Czech snack—pickled sausage. Then, continue to another watering hole, chosen by your guide on the day, depending on, for instance, if it has a band playing or specialty brew on tap.
Move on to another atmospheric pub in Prague Old Town. Head inside to sample the Czech Republic’s iconic Pilsner Urquell beer from a tank rather than a keg, and as you savor the flavor, learn about the invention of Pilsner, one of the world’s best-loved beers.
Finish your tour with a last glass at a welcoming microbrewery. Then, say goodbye to your guide, and receive a complimentary map of Prague’s best beer halls—perfect if you’re planning to continue your beer-tasting adventures independently.
Your Prague beer tour begins at the statue of the Czech patron saint, Saint Wenceslas, on top of Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí). After a quick introduction to the tour and the city we’ll make our way to our first stop.
Our first stop is a local beer hall in a former industrial suburb that has become the epicentre of Prague's rough-and-tumble nightlife in recent years. Choose from lots of different kinds of beer and pair it with a hearty pork chilli (veggie options are available), served with horseradish and mustard.
Next up, we'll hop on the tram in search of a truly hidden gem, a beer cellar and garden with a jolly and cosy atmosphere that proudly sells a great variety of Czech microbrewery beers! Don't worry, we'll help you choose from the vast selection. We'll also savour some pickled sausage, one of the most famous Czech beer snacks, served with onion and pepper. In our opinion, this place is the 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 New Town for a legendary stop at a pub where you’ll get to sample more amazing beers and learn about the birth of Pilsner, one of the world’s most famous beers. Hopefully it will assist you to wash down a deliciously Bohemian dessert too- deeeelish!
Our tour will finish back where we started, in Wenceslas Square, where we'll say our goodbyes but before you go, don’t forget to ask your local guide for more tips on what else to see, do and eat during your stay in the city. And because we are super nice and we want you to LOVE the beer culture in Prague as much as we do, we’ll also leave you with a map of Prague’s best beer halls, just in case you’ve not had enough yet!
Great experience! We stopped at 4 different bars (one microbrewery) and enjoyed various local beers and Czech food dishes. During this time our guide Tomas provided a rundown of the local history and culture of beer (from production to the stomach) in Prague/Czech Rep and answered any questions we had. Couldn't ask for more from this tour - my wife and I enjoyed it very much!
We have been on Viator tours in several cities, and they have been uniformly excellent; thus, we went in with high hopes for the Prague Beer and Tapas tour. I'm pleased to say that the evening exceeded even these high expectations, all due to Eliska, our guide. A graduate student with years in Prague, she knows the city - and its beer - very well indeed, and she shares her knowledge with the comfortable air of a good friend letting you in on the local scene. The other folks on our tour were great, but honestly we might not have known that if we hadn't had such a great host. Eliska balanced information about Prague, Czech history, culture, and politics, and beer in a effervescent mix. Conversation flowed easily. The four bars she picked were each excellent in different ways; she ordered a different plate of tapas in each one (giving us a taste of the different types of beer snacks that Czechs favor), which was more than enough to constitute dinner, especially when paired with the beers. And the beers were great - different enough that you didn't get tired of drinking them - the (compared to the US) relatively low alcohol helped, too. I'm a wine drinker who is only in the last few years tentatively branching out to beer, and I had a great time! We ended up sitting at the last bar for over an hour after the tour was over, talking and drinking with Eliska and our new friends. If I could give this tour six stars, I would!
Lukas made the tour. He chose great local spots, created a fun atmosphere and was very informative. We had enough food and beer to keep us full and happy for the entire time. We enjoyed getting to know our fellow travelers and sharing tips. This was a great way to get outside of the city center and see how the rest of Prague eats and drinks.
Will our guide was fun and very knowledgeable. After our second pub he was able to know each person’s taste in beer and guide us as we went on our beer journey, learning the rich history of beer in Prague. The food was great and didn’t leave you wanting. In fact, I wish I had more of the pickled cheese!
This tour takes you away from the places that get heavy tourist traffic. You’ll enjoy learning about Czech beer culture while eating and drinking your way across Prague. This tour is a must-do for anyone who enjoys drinking beer at pubs and microbreweries.
We just returned to our hotel after the day with Pavel touring the beautiful countryside, drinking amazing lagers, and enjoying plates and bowls of delicious Czech foods. Our tour guide was a wonderful host and the transportation was very safe and punctual. This tour offers a great value and unforgettable memories. I would definitely do it again if I return to Prague.
My husband and I had a fantastic time with our small group tour. It was nice to get out of the super touristy areas and get a better feel what it is like for locals and beer culture in Prague. It wasn’t just trying different beers, but a great opportunity to try a lot of local food favorites. Actually, we were given quite a lot of food at each location, so make sure not to make any dinner plans for after the tour! Thomas, our guide, was fantastic and a joy to be with.