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Visit the Pilzen Brewery Home of Pilsner Urquell Beer

On our beautiful private trip to Plzen we will tour the famous Plzen brewery and have lunch in their magnificent restaurant with fresh beer and Czech traditional food. Prestige Prague Tours Plzen Brewery tour will impress beer fans and history lovers alike. We will visit the Plzen Brewery museum and see the history of the Plzen Brewery. You will view the original locations where the famous Pilsner Urquell beer was founded 170 years ago, and whose story still continues until today. We will see one of the most modern bottling facilities, which processes 120,000 bottles per hour.  You will learn about the ingredients from which Pilsner Urquell beer is brewed. We will also show you the heart of the brewery, and three brew houses from different centuries. The culmination of the tour is a incredible tasting of unfiltered Pilsner Urquell beer in the historical cellars of the brewery and visit the gift shop for amazing souvenirs from the brewery.

Highlights of the Plzen Brewery Day Trip:
  • Your Personal Guide/Delegate
  • Luxury Car with Professional English Speaking Driver
  • You will see the magnificent city of Plzen
  • You will see the famous Plzner Urquell Brewery
  • Pick up and return to you accommodation
  • Length of the tour is 6 hours

Write us for price, availabilty and booking – prestigepraguetours@gmail.com

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U Pinkasu Original Pilsner Restaurant

www.upinkasu.cz-interier_16This is the original place where the first Pilsen Beer was introduced to Prague. The restaurant and pub U Pinkasu started in 1843 by the Pinkas family. They heard about a new beer brewed in Pilsen by Burger’s Brewery. They made a deal with a local carrier and the first two casks of Pilsen Beer were brought to U Pinkasu. Now U Pinkasu is a classic place to stop in Prague for a tasty Pilsen beer. It is also a restaurant offering nice Czech Food. The food is tailored to accompany the beer with nice beer starters and small dishes to munch on while you wait for your main course. The food is Old Bohemian style from 1843 with lots of pork, beef, chicken, and duck with the Czech traditional potato dumpling (Knedlinky). They will even cook you a goose, turkey, or piglet, if you order 24 hours in advance. The great thing is that it is locate a short walk from Wencelav Square. So you can stop in during your sightseeing for a beer break, lunch, or dinner. Locals and even famous Czechs meet here for beer so you might even run into someone famous here.

U Pinkasu Restaurant
Jungmannovo náměstí 15/16
110 00  Prague 1

GPS: 50º4’59.633″N, 14º25’24.352″E

Reservations + 420 221 111 150
E-mail: provoz@upinkasu.cz
http://www.upinkasu.com