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Meddelandet börjar såhär. Om du vill prova tjeckisk öl finns ingen bättre plats än Pilsen. Och vem kan säga emot annat än inbiten ale-vän.
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If You Want to Taste Czech Beer…
…there is no better place than Pilsen. You will be introduced to the mystery and history of the unique Pilsner Urquell beer on your visit to a local brewery and the “Na Spilce” restaurant, situated right in the brewery courtyard, offers beer tasting. You must also visit the Brewery Museum, the only museum of its kind in the world. However, Pilsen, recently announced as the European Capital of Culture 2015, has more to offer than just its beer: the historic centre with a large square is dominated by St. Bartholomew’s Cathedral with a 102.6m tower, the tallest tower in the Czech Republic. Have a look at the town of Pilsen from a bird’s eye view! The Local Meditation Garden and the Great Synagogue are also worth visiting. The latter is a neo-Romanesque building with oriental ornaments and abounds in superlatives: it is the largest synagogue in the Czech Republic, the second largest in Europe and the third largest in the world!
If you like fairytales, ghosts and maybe some mystery you should definitely not miss visiting the Marionette Museum, historical underground or the Ghost Museum. Have a stroll in a vast zoo and a botanical garden, admire prehistoric lizards in the DinoPark or visit a permanent aquarist exposition in the town centre! The Techmania Science Center, an interactive technical museum with a playroom and other attractions, will introduce your children to physics, mechanics, optics and other natural scientific disciplines. Last but not least, all war history lovers will surely appreciate the Patton Memorial in Pilsen, which was ceremoniously opened on 5 May 2005, the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Pilsen and South-West Bohemia by the American troops.