Sadly, gone are the days where a beer could cost as little as 10p, and a three course banquet a fiver, but the city has much to offer the tourist both day and night.

Top 5: Prague

1. Old-Prague Ham Vets Tournament 

2. River cruises along the Vltava River

3. Cheap beer and food 

4. Stunning Old Town 

5. Eye Opening Nightlife 

Lost Days in Prague

Day One

Fly to Prague

Arrive & Check-In before checking out the surroundings 

Kick Start the tour with Guided Pub Crawl in Prague

The Old Town Square is where you should also take a wonder town all the side streets to get your hands on the local brews; Becherovka and Slivovice 

Finally head to Wenceslas Square, where you will find a bunch of bars, night clubs and gentlemans clubs

Day Two

Wake Up to a Buffet Breakfast

Morning at leisure contemplating life

Transfer to a Rugby Club in Prague ahead of your first game


Post Match Reception, Food & Hospitality

Take a moment to compose yourself and regroup...Then head straight back out to The Old Town and 

Wenceslas Square for your last night of carnage 

Day Three

Buffet Breakfast

Recommended Walk along the river to clear the head

Check-Out of the Hostel

Transfer to your second Tour Hosts as you question why on earth you joined the tour


Post Match Food, Reception & Hospitality

Return Home. Broken, mentally and physically

Key Information

The Rugby

Fixtures with Czech teams around the capital are always intense and competitive. The Old-Prague Ham, Veteran Festival is a brilliant day for all. Entry to the festival also includes unlimited beer. 


Fly to Prague from the majority of UK airports.