Route: Amsterdam Berlin Prague
Duration: 7 nights
Transport: This route is an 8 day trip covering 3 of Europe’s most popular party cities. You’ll spend 7 nights (or at least some of them depending how late you get in!) in your accommodation and travel by train during the day.
Accessibility: This route is wheelchair accessible
Sustainability: This trip only creates 44 kg of carbon emissions! To fly the same route would cost 227.4 ♻️
Reviews: All independent reviews
If you’re looking to tick off 3 of the world’s best party cities in just one week, you need the Ultimate Pub Crawl in your life. With plenty of time to nurse those hangovers, our 1 week trip is the perfect way to mix the best of Europe’s nightlife with a touch of culture too.
Our Ultimate Pub Crawl has well and truly earned its name. While many may fear its intensity, we know that there are those brave souls who embrace this route with open arms. Storming through three amazing European cities, you’ll get a whirlwind tour of culture, food and nightlife in just 8 days of fast-paced travel.
First, hit up Amsterdam, home to some of the best nightlife in the world! Be sure to explore its myriad of cafes and coffeeshops before heading out to enjoy the city’s many bars and clubs. This stunning city holds much more than just watering holes with its beautiful canals, fascinating museums, and amazing parks. Hire bikes to really get the Amsterdam experience, but be careful, the locals take no prisoners!
Next up is Berlin, the capital of alternative nightlife and underground subcultures. Once you’ve made yourself at home, why not take a leisurely walking tour to soak in the sights? It’s the perfect precursor to drinking in all of the golden nectar on offer in the city’s numerous pubs and clubs! Check out our Europe’s best bars guide to figure out which of Berlin’s drinking spots serve up the finest beers. You can always let us know the results of your “experiment” when you get back!
Prague, the City of a Hundred Spires, is your next and final stop. With amazing Baroque architecture and Gothic churches to explore, you’ll have plenty of things to post on the gram! Enjoy the sights in this equally stunning and quirky city, before making your way around its cheap cafes and bars. Prague is known for its underground nightlife, messy pub crawls and secret bars, so let your cup runneth over! Alternatively, why not finish your trip off in style with a beer tour organised by your hostel? With Prague being the home of the famous Garlic Soup, you’ll surely recover quickly with what locals claim is the world’s best hangover cure… we have a feeling you might need it after a week on our Ultimate Pub Crawl!
Despite being credited with certain recreational pastimes, there is actually a lot more to the city than the stereotypical picture, with its abundance of engaging museums, beautiful townhouses, and canals. Find out what makes Amsterdam the beating heart of the Netherlands.
Visit the Van Gogh Museum
Discover Europe’s biggest historic centre by pedal
Take a tour of the Red Light District
Train to Berlin – 7 hours
Berlin is the alternative, cool kid of Europe and a pro at being edgy. It’s how people dress, their liberal attitudes, the graffiti, the skaters and BMXers, the art, the clubs, and the food. Berlin is also crammed full of fascinating WWII history around every corner.
See a section of the old Berlin Wall
Climb the dome of the renovated Reichstag
Discover the nightlife of Schoneberg and Kreuzberg
Train to Prague – 5 hours
Prague is stunning, there’s no better word to describe it. On any side street or square you’ll find unique buildings full of colourful detail. The Czech Republic is also the home of Pilsner beer, with no lack of establishments to sample it.
Cross the enchanting Charles Bridge
Marvel at the curvy design of the Dancing Building
Try all the Czech Pilsner beers in the Old Town pub
The quickest way to get to and from the UK will be to book a flight. Alternatively, you can include the Eurostar from London to Amsterdam on Day 1 by choosing this as an extra at check out, or get in touch to customise this route into a loop from London.