BEER. It is a drink which Czechs are famous:) Here you can experience the production of Czech beer, learn the history, soak up the scent of hops, and give you the opportunity to taste various kinds of special Czech beers.
Beer Museum. Many sorts of beers :) have small samplers - so you can try more different varieties. Adress : Dlouha 720/46
This is a vey unique pub because it offers 30 beers on tap, all from small Czech microbreweries you won't find anywhere else! If you don't smoke go to their 2nd location on Americka 43, Prague 2.”
Beer - it is a drink which Czechs are famous for. And they drink more beer per capita than any other country in the world. That is why it is important to experience the production of Czech beer, learn the history, soak up the scent of hops, and taste various kinds of special Czech beers.
“The collection includes about 2,000 objects and is the largest of its kind in the world Chamber pots made for Napoleon Bonaparte, the Titanic, the Lincoln Bedroom at the White House and others”
“The Museum of Miniatures in Prague owns one of the largest collections of microminiatures in Europe.”
“Enjoy your meal at an old-type tram, a historical monument of existed tram line from Mustek to National Muzeum. ”
Point of Interest
“ A classic black theatre performance based on the motifs of “Alice in Wonderland” by Lewis Carrollю Tickets may be reserved online. Afterwards you can take it in the theatre. Price: from approx.. 27 EUR/person Show time: daily from 7pm and 9.30pm ”
“There are many unique shops around Prague and especially on Malá Strana. Two shops come up in my mind instantly, the Gingerbread Museum in Nerudova is one of them. It also has a store, where you can go wild and get the most beautiful and refined decorative gingerbreads you've ever seen. It makes great presents to take home to your friends and family. It is especially interesting during the Holiday season. The Czechs love Christmas and everything that comes with it. ”