Pilsen, the birthplace of Pilsner beer
Sense of orientation is an advantage
Beer lovers literally get their fill of beer in Pilsen – the city is the birthplace of Pilsner beer. But if you've had too much of it, you should be careful when descending the "Pilsen historical underworld" afterwards: numerous rooms and corridors, cellars and fountains form a 13-kilometre-long underground labyrinth under the entire Old Town.
For recreation and relaxation, the inhabitants and visitors of Pilsen have numerous parks and gardens at their disposal, including the 42-hectare Borský Park, which was created in 1914 on the site of a former military training area. Pilsen lies at the confluence of four rivers and quickly developed into a commercial center after its foundation in 1295.
What Pilsen has to offer
Highest church tower in the Czech Republic
The golden fountain "Angel"
Since 1842 home of the Pilsner Urquell
Third largest synagogue in the world
13 km long: "Pilsen historical underworld"
The employees of the Pilsen site
Czech roast beef with dumplings
Schnitzel with potato salad
Early riser or late riser
Coffee or tea