Czech, Beer brewery bar
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This beautiful monastery on Petřiín hill, across from Prague Castle, has been busy brewing beer since the 13th century. There are three large atmospheric spaces to choose from - you can even sit next to the warm, shiny copper beer vats. Because of the large seating capacity there is often a lively atmosphere and a lot of hustle and bustle. The menu features hearty, classic, traditional Czech pub dishes - best washed down with large pints of the St. Norbert beer which is brewed on the premises. A truely Czech experience.
GPS: 50°5'12.785 N, 14°23'18.637 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Castle Q
Tram: 22 - Hradčanská
From city centre: .
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