3-Hour Segway Tour With Craft Beer Tasting in Prague

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Throw the sightseeing hunt behind and have fun! Enjoy Beer tasting in the oldest Prague monastery Břevnov. 3-Hour Segway Tour with Craft Beer Tasting provides you with the most unique way to discover hidden Prague jewels.

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  • Enjoy fantastic aerial views
  • Get inside tips from a local
  • Ideal choice for families
  • Popular choice with kids
  • Small group ensures personal service
  • Led by a local guide
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Itinerary

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Stop At: Strahov Monastery, Prague, Bohemia



Strahov Monastery, or in full the Royal Canonry of Premonstratensians at Strahov, is the oldest premonstratensian monastery in Bohemia, established in 1143, and one of the most important architectonic sights of the Czech Republic. The monastery, which was restored after 1990, also seats the Museum of National Literature, the famous Strahov Library and Strahov Gallery.

The Strahov Library is one of the most valuable and best preserved historical libraries not only in the Czech Republic. It maintains more than 200 thousand books, out of which over 3,000 manuscripts and 1,500 originals, saved in a special depository. The library consists of two halls, the Theological Hall and the larger Philosophical Hall, and the connecting corridor.

There is also the second oldest documented brewery in our territory.



Duration: 10 minutes



Stop At: Strahov stadium, Prague, Bohemia



The Great Strahov Stadium or Masaryk Stadium is, according to some resources, the largest stadium in the world. Its capacity was 280,000 places, out of which 96,000 seats. Since 6 March 2003 it has been listed as a national cultural monument.

The total surface area of the Strahov Stadium is 63 thousand m2, which approximately corresponds to nine football pitches.

The stadium was originally built to hold gymnastics festivals of the Sokol Movement. In 1926, however, it only consisted of a sand exercise area, banks made of earth and wooden stands.

Later the stadium was reconstructed and completed several times. The west stands were built and the entire premises were completed for the needs of national Spartakiades. Up to 33 thousand gymnasts exercised in Strahov in the times of its greatest fame.

The Strahov Stadium also held several concerts of popular bands, such as The Rolling Stones, Guns N' Roses or Pink Floyd.





Duration: 5 minutes



Stop At: Park Ladronka, Prague, Bohemia



Ladronka is one of the most popular homesteads of Prague. The adjacent park is intended for pedestrians, cyclists and especially in-line skaters, who can use the longest illuminated track, which is 4.2 km long.

Various cultural events are held there, such as Ladronkafest, the biggest festival in Central Europe, Čarodějnice na Ladronce (The Witches in Ladronka), etc.

In the past there was a vineyard press there, because as Charles IV had wished, there were vineyards all around. Italian Count Philipp Ferdinand de la Crone, whose surname was simplified to Lacrone or Ladrone (which gave rise to the name of the homestead), bought a large area at this place by the village of Motol from Baron Schwihowski in 1688.

In 1922 Ladronka passed to the property of the city of Prague and the former agricultural buildings were reconstructed for housing. In 1964 it was declared a national cultural monument. 2002 was a year of a big change as the Borough of Prague 6 in cooperation with the Capital City of Prague started to reconstruct the entire homestead and the adjacent park.



Duration: 10 minutes



Stop At: Brevnovsky Klaster, Prague, Bohemia



Břevnov Monastery is the oldest Czech monastery and it is situated in the Prague quarter called Břevnov. It was founded in 993. The monastery with the Saint Margaret Basilica and the Margaret Garden is protected as a national cultural monument. Visitors can see the baroque Saint Margaret Basilica, a Romanesque crypt dating back to the 11th century, and a baroque prelature with the Terezian Hall. The monastery has the oldest beer brewing tradition in the entire Czech Republic, beer called Břevnovský Benedikt is brewed there. The beer according to this recipe and under the supervision of the monastery brewery technologists has also been brewed under brand Praha 993 in South Korea since 2017.

The monastery premises also include a large garden, in which you can find Vojtěška, an abbot’s summer house with a chapel above a natural spring, where the Břevnov Monastery was founded. In the upper part of the garden there are remainders of a greenhouse dating back to the beginning of the 18th century



Duration: 20 minutes



Pass By: Vila Kajetanka, Prague, Bohemia



Kajetánka is a Prague homestead in Prague-Břevnov, originally a court, later a monastery. At present, the dilapidated premises are under extensive reconstruction into a housing estate.

The original court with a vineyard was owned by the House of Martinic. Bernard Ignác of Martinic had a smaller monastery building constructed and donated it to the Order of Theatins, also called Kajetans. The monastery also comprised a cylindrical chapel and a small church built according to the Bavarian Pilgrimage Church of the Virgin Mary in Alt Oetting. Kajetánka was rebuilt into a small château by its then owner.




Schedule details

Departure Point:
Central Prague
Duration:
3 hours
Return Details:
Returns to original departure point

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Code: TG1

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3-Hour Segway Tour With Craft Beer Tasting in Prague

Segway Prague Park Tour

Inclusions:
  • 3 hours Segway rental
  • Beer tasting in Břevnov monastery
  • Training
  • English speaking guide
  • Audio guides available in German, Spanish, French, Italian and Russian
  • Helmet
  • Raincoat in case of rain
  • Gloves in winter season
  • Unlimited water and coffee at the meeting point
Exclusions:
  • Food and drinks during the tour
  • Hotel pickup
Additional Information:
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Please wear comfortable shoes and dress appropriately
  • Children under the age of 8 years, pregnant women and persons over 264 pounds (120kg) or under the influence of alcohol or drugs are not allowed to ride a Segway
  • Please take an ID / passport with you
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
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