Founded in 1869 the Staropramen Brewery is the second largest brewery in the Czech Republic. It is situated in the Smíchov district of Prague. The name Staropramen, literally meaning “old spring” and was registered in 1911. Have you tried the “old spring?” I enjoyed this beer along one of main pedestrian arteries taking you to and from Little Quarter, over Charles Bridge and Old Town. Its great place to people watch. Tons of tourist mesmorised by the shining crystal, gorgeous architecture and smells of fresh Trdelnik being baked right across the walk way. In our post 2 Days in Prague we discuss all the things you should see and do in 48 hours as well as some other useful Prague related posts. Prague was the hottest city we were in that year, even hotter than Casablanca in Northern Africa. Making pitstops to try Prague’s amazing beer became more about cooling off and less about curiosity. Prague is one of my favorite cities in Europe and the beer is absolutely top notch!
Staropramen: To Drink or Not To Drink?
Rudderless has found its way to Prague. In Part one, host Christopher Rudder learns some Czech words, passes through the Jewish Quarter, and the old town (Astronomical Clock, Church of Our Lady before Týn) then it’s beer and a view at the Dancing House.
Watch Part 2: Rudderless in Prague
Using the latest travel apps, technology, and gear, I take a city; see the sights, taste the food, smell the roses, hear the stories and feel the love. All in 48 hours. Then, using videography & editing, photography and writing I retell and share those stories with my readers and viewers. I'm Christopher Rudder and welcome to Rudderless Travel.
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