Fancy the chance to sample some of the finest beer in one of Europe’s most historic and picturesque cities? Then the 8th annual Czech Beer Festival is definitely for you. The festival is held for a mammoth 22 days in 2015, in one of the world’s great beer destinations –Prague. The festival gives you the chance to sample around 70 different types of celebrated Czech beer, and take in the sights and local beer culture in the vanguard of New Europe in the 21st century.
The festival stretches from 12th May until 28th May 2017. Over 200 staff in traditional Czech national costume will serve you the finest beer in the Czech Republic’s largest beer tent, holding up to 10,000 people! But don’t worry, the festival’s own special currency (the Tollar), helps speed up the service at the bar! Also on hand will be some of the top chefs in country laying on their specialties so your appetites will be sated with the finest food, as well as the finest beer.
The Czech Beer Festival doesn’t just give you the chance to eat and drink, but the chance to party into the small hours with live music and after-parties to add to the great atmosphere. Whether you’re a beer connoisseur or just looking for a good time with friends somewhere new, the Czech Beer Festival is a great place to spend your Spring.
Please contact us with your travel requirements and we can quote (or book) accordingly.
All prices quoted include:
- Direct flights to Prague from your preferred airport
- Return coach transfers from airport to hotel
- 3 nights accommadation with breakfast (minimum 3* hotel)
- Entrance to the beer festival for one day
- For groups of 6 or more, a reserved table for the day
- A credit of 12 beer tollars for consumption at the festival (1 tollar = 1 pint of beer)
- Full ATOL protection for your peace of mind
- Full payment at the time of Booking
- no credit card charges
Old Town (Staré město); Prague’s historic centre includes numerous historic buildings and monuments, most notably the famed Astronomical Clock (Orloj), the pure GothicTýn Church, the mural-covered Storch building, and the Jan Hus monument. Nearby, the Estate Theatre is a neoclassical theatre where Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni was first performed. Old Town features many historical churches (St. James Church, Church of Our Lady before Týn among others) and some other interesting historical buildings like the Old Town Hall.
Charles Bridge Commissioned by King Charles IV in 1357, Prague’s most stunning bridge spans 16 arches and is lined with 30 Baroque statues of religious figures. The bridge’s 1,700 ft. (520 m) of cobblestone are used for wholly temporal purposes, however. Each afternoon, painters and hot-dog vendors fight for space with — and custom from — the hordes of tourists who are themselves elbowing one another for the best views of the Vltava River. If you arrive at dawn, you’ll beat the crowds and enjoy a glorious sunrise.