Travel Blogs from Plzen, Czech Republic

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Rustdag?, Hamry, Czech Republic travel blog

Rustdag?

A travel blog entry by hartwork

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Het hotel is een verademing. Het eten is goed verzorgd en, belangrijk, vooral lekker. Alles is netjes en schoon. Alle mensen hier zijn super vriendelijk. Een huisgemaakte bosbessen limonade lest de dorst, een pannenkoek met bosvruchten en vanille-ijs ...

May CB Tour to CZ, SK, and Hun, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

May CB Tour to CZ, SK, and Hun

A travel blog entry by tysonis

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The USAFE Band just completed a 9 day concert band tour through the Czech Republic (Plzen, Brno), Hungary (Papa), and Slovakia (Bratislava, Prievidza, Lučenec, Banská Bystrica, and Nitra).  It was a great tour!  Beautiful ...

Beer!, Plzeň, Czech Republic travel blog

Beer!

A travel blog entry by jcharwell

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To The Brewery, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

To The Brewery

A travel blog entry by jongoestoeurope

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Today we took a trip to the city of Plzen which is home to the Pilsner Urquell beer, the most common and tasty beer that the Czech Republic has to offer. We also explored town with the help of our tour guide. It was a very quaint town that had very nice ...

Have You Ever Seen The Rain?, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Have You Ever Seen The Rain?

A travel blog entry by rotarygse

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... rain has caused the rivers (Danube, Vltava, and Berounka) to flood, the worst flooding Czech has seen in a decade.  Czech Republic has declared a state of emergency.  Prague has closed lines on the underground train, evacuated the Prague Zoo, ...

Oh yeah.....look what we found!, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Oh yeah.....look what we found!

A travel blog entry by dgart

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Stopped for a tour and tasting at Pilsner Urquell brewery...........mm mm mm beer! The unfiltered / unpasteurized version is only available right here in Pilzen. ...better than the US version. We'll be heading off to the Alps ...

Pilsen, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Pilsen

A travel blog entry by kathleen.vogel

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... people after WW1 to the communist takeover after WW2. Then you wander around a series of displays depicting life in communist Czech Republic. After visiting an interrogation room guests sit and watch a movie with footage of the 1968 protests and the ...

Plzen and pilsner, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Plzen and pilsner

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp

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... headed in via the universal Golden Arches for some warm-up food. The main square is called namesti republikly (Square of the Republic) and has been there since the 13th century. It is fully cobblestoned, surrounded by pretty coloured houses and the Chuch ...

The home of Pilsner, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

The home of Pilsner

A travel blog entry by mhopper

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Plzen is home the Pilsner Urquell brewery which is the label which Josef Groll created when he was too slow to copyright 'Pilsner' after creating the worlds most popular type of beer. We spent a few hours exploring the central city and had dinner at the ...

Pilsner Urquell brewery tour, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Pilsner Urquell brewery tour

A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks

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... tour if we could leave the van in the Brewery car park, as we couldn't drive anywhere after a sip of beer as in Czech they have a 0 percent alcohol driving limit. Probably the most secure place we have slept yet! After a very cold night it was ...

a beer drinker's paradise, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

a beer drinker's paradise

A travel blog entry by dasreiseteam

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Plzen (or Pilsen) in the Czech Republic was the last place to visit on this vacation. Pilsen is the Culture Capital of Europe this year and certainly worth it. The center is pretty with many historic buildings and a park that forms a ring around it. ...

Pilsen, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Pilsen

A travel blog entry by dulcewallace

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... estratégica na viagem de Munique para Praga... E que paradinha!           Pilsen, ou Plzen, estava bem na nossa rota, e para bons apreciadores de cerveja que somos, não dava para não ir conferir. O tour foi ...

Plzn, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Plzn

A travel blog entry by hippler

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... from Waldmunchen, so the trip was nice. We drove through the central city.  I think Plzn is the 2nd largest city in the Czech Republic. Or maybe it's Brno.  The central city is quaint, but it's not that pretty of a city. Very industrial ...

Pilsener (Plzn) Brewery Tour, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Pilsener (Plzn) Brewery Tour

A travel blog entry by damenfamily

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... Urquell Brewery for a tour. The Pilsner beer was the first golden Pilsner beer brewed in 1842 and today half of all beer consumed in Czech is Pilsner Urquell beer.  They can brew up to 120,000 bottles of beer per day (amazing what you learn on a ...

Sobota, Rokycany, Česká republika travel blog

Sobota

A travel blog entry by toro212

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Probuzeni do vedra na fluffu a nasledna prochazka po Rokycanech s koupanim psa v potoku. Pote cesta po jiznich cechach a zastavka kousek od Breznice v dogcenter Ajax ve ...

Prazdroj, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Prazdroj

A travel blog entry by gwawd

"Urquell" in German or "Prazdroj" in Czech both mean "original source". The Urquell (Prazdroj) trade mark was created in 1898, to underline the claim of being the older, original source of Pilsner beer.   Certainly, the main purpose of our ...

Klastor Plasy, Plasy, Czech Republic travel blog

Klastor Plasy

A travel blog entry by mimiama

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Klastor ...

Mmmmm Beer!!!, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Mmmmm Beer!!!

A travel blog entry by walty_dee

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... not, around 170,000. Besides the brewery it also has a large Skoda factory, we found out later that Skoda was Czech for "shame"........ makes sense really. We walked around until 10am before we headed towards the brewery. We thought the tour was 10.30 ...

Lost in Bohemia, Zbiroh, Czech Republic travel blog

Lost in Bohemia

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan

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...  stay in a thousand year old Bohemian Castle with such a fascinating history. Dinner in the baronial hall, wonderful Czech cuisine, I had Rudolph's Sword a selection of meats on a genuine sword, John had Venison medallions. We were entertained by ...

Too Many Brewery Tours Are Never Enough, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Too Many Brewery Tours Are Never Enough

A travel blog entry by andrewclifton

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Today we had an 8am train from Ceske Budejovice to Pilsen with the main goal of going on the Pilsner Urquell Brewery Tour. We arrived around 10:15 and quickly grabbed a city map and sought out the Urquell Brewery with the aim of joining the 10:45am ...

ART MILL: birthplace of my wanderlust, 7 yrs later, Miřenice, Czech Republic travel blog

ART MILL: birthplace of my wanderlust, 7 yrs later

A travel blog entry by paveyourpath

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... station. The trains were late because of the rain, which meant I missed my connecting train…I´ve since learned that Czech trains aren´t very reliable. Also, people in the smaller towns REALLY don´t speak very much English, and they don´t ...

More rain.....and some aircraft porn,,,,,, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

More rain.....and some aircraft porn,,,,,

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad

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... .... So a few pics of a castle ish looking building from Germany and a few from the museum. Currently in a town in the Czech republic called Pilzen. Arrived at 6.30 pm after a total of 420 miles on the road, pretty much most of it in the rain. ...

Een ander Tsjechië, Hamry, Czech Republic travel blog

Een ander Tsjechië

A travel blog entry by hartwork

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Onze ervaring gisteren in Cheb mag je niet generaliseren. Ook in Cheb troffen we twee vriendelijke mensen. De vlotte jonge dame die ons bediende in de bruine kroeg en de Italiaanse serveerster van het restaurant in het hotel. Maar 's morgens bij het ...

Plzeň Thank You, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Plzeň Thank You

A travel blog entry by gadelle

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Crossing the border into the Czech Republic in 2010 was nowhere near as exciting as it was back in 2002.  At that time, the Czech government required Canadians to get a visa to enter the country, and I remember the official examining it closely when ...

Basinfire festival, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Basinfire festival

A travel blog entry by sandesande

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Plzen: Hometown of the world's original lager beer, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Plzen: Hometown of the world's original lager beer

A travel blog entry by clodblog

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... in ridiculously cold cellars underneath the brewery and they only serve this good stuff to employees and people who join the tour.  For dinner, I went to the adjoining restaurant which seats over 650 people, the largest in the Czech Republic! ...

Plzen, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Plzen

A travel blog entry by zim

Pilsner Urquell from the ...

Odjezd, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Odjezd

A travel blog entry by jiripek

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Jak lépe začít novou cestu po světě než tím, že jsem se po ránu probudil na chatě s malou opicí. Nejdřív jsem zkontroloval roztrženej palec na ruce... taková menší historka, jak mi kouslo mrtvý prase. ...

Atlanta to Rokycany, Czech Republic, Rokycany, Czech Republic travel blog

Atlanta to Rokycany, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by westhill7

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... pay $1 every time one of us had to use the restroom. So by 4:30pm we were in a rental car driving from Frankfurt to the Czech Republic. With sunset behind us we realized that we were not going to make it to Prague before dark, so we pulled off at Rokycany ...

Plzen, Plzen, Czech Republic travel blog

Plzen

A travel blog entry by ggoat

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... With a flight booked out of Bratislava to Milan (at 15 euro return, I couldn't say no) I returned to the Czech Republic and spent an afternoon in Plzen. On the way, while changing trains in Katowice I had the following problem: Knowing that I had to get a ...

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