Krusovice brewery - Karlovy Vary

Price: 55.00 EUR
Countries: Czechia

Route: Prague - Krusovice brewery - Karlovy Vary - Prague
Duration: 9 h

Firstly we will visit to the Royal Brewery of Krusovice which is one of the oldest and at the same time one of the most advanced breweries in the Czech Republic. History of the Royal Krušovice Brewery dates back to the 16th century. The first written evidence of the brewery dates back to 1581, but the beer is brewed in Krušovice undoubtedly much earlier. In 1583 Emperor and Bohemian King Rudolf II. bought the brewery for Bohemian Crown. Since then Krušovice Brewery belongs to the history of Bohemian beer. The historical buildings of the Krušovice brewery are being continually renovated. At present in one of the parts of the brewery the famous beer of Krušovice is made. Other part of the brewery is possible to see during the brewery tour. During the visiting of each department you get informations about productions of wort in the Brewhouse, the primary and secondrary fermentation in CK tanks, filtration and bottling in the bottling plant. At the end of the tour you will have to chance to taste Krušovice beer, which valued even Rudolf II. Brewery shop offers wide range of beer gifts and local beers. Diversification is the beer cosmetics. Next we will visit to Karlovy Vary, or Carlsbad which is known the world over for its thermal springs.  From Beethoven to Daniel Craig, the pleasures of the town of Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic have been enjoyed by celebrities and common folk for centuries. This spa town in Western Bohemia was established in the 14th century and known far beyond its borders for its medicinal hot springs including the famous ‘Vřídlo’. The spectacular natural beauty surrounding the town is only enhanced by its picturesque and colorful buildings.  Home to world-class spas, luxury hotels and the factories of Moser Glass and Becherovka Liqueur, Karlovy Vary also is one of the best leisure destinations in the Czech Republic. Our tour begins at the Moser Factory where you will admire the glassmaking process and the beautiful glass artworks. You will then head to see the iconic Vřídlo hot geyser that springs 12m in the air.  We will take a sip of the healing spring water and explore the town’s colonnades and other attractions including the Orthodox Church of St. Peter and Paul. After free time we return to Prague.
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