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Visit Pilsen Historical Underground - a labyrinth of passageways, cellars and wells, the building of which began as early as in the 14th century and which have been an integral part of the city's past and present. Come and feel life down underground...more
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Very interesting and entertaining tour of a small part of Pilsen's extensive network of tunnels and cellars. Well organised and led by an informative and friendly guide. Be prepared to don a hairnet and hard hat for the occasional low section, but the passages are...More
We booked a tour through the underground streets by internet days before. Unfortunately we missed the point of time. The guide was very complaisant and she waited for us. We had a little short cut tour due to a lack of time and a work...More
The tour provides a lot of information about Pilsen and the underground tunnels. It was an enjoyable tour for the relatively low price. You get a voucher for a beer too. Due to our tour having to be cut a little short due to technical...More
this tour is in Pilzens historical underground is very impressive. We had a very nice tour guide (woman) who explained us everything in detail. Almost unbelievable that all this was done by manual work....
The area was constructed in the middle ages and is multiple levels. During sieges, people could move between homes safely. There were also wells. Functionally, the below grade location was ideal for storing food and beer... More
The area was constructed in the middle ages and is multiple levels. During sieges, people could move between homes safely. There were also wells. Functionally, the below grade location was ideal for storing food and beer brewing. There were also trades practice down there.