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What's included Admission to 2 -3 of Prague's wildest bars and clubs Admission to Karlovy Lazne, the biggest music club in Central Europe (normally 200 CZK) One hour of unlimited absinthe, vodka shooters, wine and beer at the first bar Free Welcome shot at every venue on the way The company of our infamous Pub Crawl guides Legendary 'Crawl-with-me'-T-Shirt for only 100 CZK...
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The pub- which is tastefully decorated with recycled furniture, ornaments, and graffiti- is a visual treat in itself and boasts of multiple dance floors and lounge areas. via Google Images Pub Crawl: Pub crawling is probably the best way to ensure a night of drunken celebration, and also a great way to make new friends....
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