Bohemian Glass and Brewery Day Tour from Prague


From £85.00
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Rating: based on 21 reviews

Bohemian glassware and pilsner beer tour – it’s what the Czech Republic is famous for! This day tour from Prague has something for everyone, visiting the Nizbor Bohemia glass factory and the Pilsner Urquell Brewery. The tour offers a fabulous opportunity to learn about the Czech people and their culture.


  • Day trip (destination A to B)
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop off
  • Lunch in the brewery’s restaurant, Na Spilce
  • Transportation by air conditioned coach

Beer has been brewed in the town of Pilsen since it was founded in 1295. However, the pilsner known around the world today is connected with the name of Pilsner Urquell, brewed in the Prazdroj brewery dating back to 1842. Brewers the world over have tried in vain to imitate the unique taste of Pilsner Urquell!

Your factory visit will show you how pilsner was brewed and drunk in the past, and how it is brewed and drunk today. You’ll visit the museum’s collection documenting the brewery’s 150-year history, and have lunch in the brewery’s restaurant Na Spilce (included in the tour price).

The Czech Republic’s most famous glass factory is situated in the small town of Nizbor on the River Berounka (a tributary of the Vltava River), around an hour’s drive from Prague. The factory tour reveals the complete history of glass production in Bohemia. You will also have the opportunity to buy glass products at the glass factory, at discounted prices.


Tour departs from centrally located Prague hotels. If hotel details are not advised at the time of booking, meet at Narodni Street 38. The meeting place is easy to locate and your guide will be waiting for you.

Departure Time: 9:00am

Return Details: Returns to original departure point

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Wonderful trip! We had a private tour since there were only 2 of us that day. Tourist guide and driver Paul was very nice and attentive. Lunch was tasty with beer. Glass factory was enlightening but one of the sales lady was pretty rude and unfriendly.

Reviewed by: Emmie Y



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