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Before you squeal that ‘cocktail clubs are for girls!' and run to the nearest ale, lager and pilsner joint, think about it for a second and make the mental leap that women are more likely to be found sipping on a cocktail in a nice club rather than chugging down pints in a dingy pub.
Three lovely female guides will take you around to a variety of venues for around two and a half hours, giving you plenty of time to check out the scene and mix with native Czechs. Write off this cocktail club tour at your peril!
- A visit to 3 classy cocktail bars popular among Prague's beautiful young women. Live music part of the scene.
- 2 long drinks each
- Female guides.
Approximately 2.5 hours. Starting time usually 9 pm.
- Takes place in the city centre, so easily done on foot.
- Venues have the right to refuse admittance if you're hammered, so be on your best behaviour!
- Minimum group of 6
*Actually there is quite a lot of shame in a full grown man ordering a daiquiri. Don't.
Overview:Every stag weekend needs a pub or bar crawl of some sort, and if you're heading abroad there's no better way of getting to know a new town and its inhabitants than having a few beverages at the local watering holes.
Where will the night take us? This is a classic bar crawl but in place of endless pints you'll be adding some absinthe to the mix. In around three hours you'll be escorted by your female guide to visit three hand-picked Czech bars. And to top it off you'll get a beer and get to try an absinthe.
What is Absinthe exactly? One of the planet's most famous types of hooch, bright green Absinthe certainly packs a mighty punch. And it's for a good reason as the alcohol content of genuine Absinthe can reach up to a staggering 90%. It's a complex little piece of work as it's made from a derivative of wormwood which contains the chemical ‘thujone' which is said to have hallucinogenic properties.
How do you drink it? You'd have to be a maniac to drink it straight as it's incredibly bitter and potent. Typically punters rest a sugar cube over a slated spoon while adding between 3 - 5 parts of water to a dose of Absinthe. The sugar cuts the bitterness while the water dilutes it and gives a cloudy appearance.
Included: - Bar Crawl to three hand-picked bars in the city centre - One female guides- 1 beer and absinthe for each group member
Note: There is a minimum group size of 6
79 Wells St
London W1T 3QN
TEL 020 7299 1831