The pubs and breweries have been the social and cultural meeting points for Czechs since ever. They have that special atmosphere in the style of old Bohemian alehouses. Beer or “Liquid Bread” as Czechs call it, has been brewed and drunk here for hundreds of years, and when faced with what they consider their national treasure, you might forget about the history and the architecture of Prague, and just relax and enjoy the beer.
Na Perštýně 7, Praha 1– Prague Old Town, Czech Republic Restaurant U Medvídků or “At the Bears” is located just between Wenceslas Square and the National Theatre, in the Prague city centre. The history of [...]
Křemencova 11, Praha 1, New Town, Prague, Czech Republic U Fleků is the brewery and restaurant located in New Town, close to the National Theatre and the Prague centre. It’s one of the most visited [...]
Ječná/Lípová 15, Praha 2–New Town, Prague 120 44, Czech Republic Pivovarský Dům was open in 1998 and it immediately became a hot spot of the Prague city, popular both among locals and tourists. This microbrewery [...]
Vodičkova 20, Prague 1–New Town .Novoměstský Pivovar was founded in 1993 as the first New Town Restaurant Brewery. It’s located in the Prague centre, few steps away from Wenceslas Square. This gorgeous gem successfully combines [...]
Strahovské nádvoří 301, Prague 118 00, Praha 1- Hradčany, Czech Republic Klašterní Pivovar is tucked away at the Strahov Monastery, an outstanding Baroque complex next to the Prague Castle, just steps away from the Prague [...]