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Our New Weekly Activity Schedule is nearly Ready!

We’ve had an incredible summer and made some amazing new friends. Thanks to everyone who made our first season absolutely unforgettable.

As we head into the winter season, we’re preparing a new schedule of activities to make sure our guests make the most of their time in Prague. Subject to a couple of adjustments over the next few weeks, this is what we’ll be doing.

Monday – Neil’s game night. Neil takes people out to our local bowling alley. Bowling not your thing? Don’t worry, there’s also pool tables, foosball and darts to keep you busy. And of course beer! Leaving the bar around 6pm.

Tuesday – Happy hours @ Brix Bar! We’re keeping things nice and simple and sticking to a winning formula. Half price beer and selected shots from 6-8pm, what more could you want?

Wednesday – Free Zizkov tour. The return of Neil’s now infamous free Zizkov walking tour. He’ll be taking people around this amazing and unique part of Prague, getting some history, culture, and beer (after all this is the beer capital of the world) on the way. Leaving Brix Bar 4-4.30pm.

Thursday – Ladies night and free guest dinner @ Brix Bar. A return of the successful ladies night with wine and cocktail discounts between 6-8pm. This time, we’re adding a guest dinner into the mix

Friday – Gig night. Friday nights we’ll be trying to get as many gigs as possible scheduled. Depending on the week, there might not always be a performance, in which case, we’ll just drink and see what happens!

Saturday – Free Zizkov tour. Once again it’s our now legendary tour of one of the most diverse and interesting districts in Europe (ours!). Leaving the Brix Bar around 4-4.30pm, the Saturday tour usually lasts around three hours so that people have time to get ready for their Saturday night plans (of course it has to been known to overrun).

Sunday - Free guest dinner. Sunday nights the family come together for a dinner for guests. As always with our free dinners, donations are accepted to cover the costs (which can run pretty high!), so please give whatever you can manage.