The Pilsner Urquell Brewery and Škoda Works have made their city famous all over the world. Pilsen is rightfully proud of its rich industrial tradition. Places that were once tucked away behind walls and fences are now opening up to tourists. An array of former factory compounds are coming back to life. You’ll find the 3D Planetarium in the original canteen of Pilsen Škoda Works. You can attend a concert in a one-time paper mill, discover an exhibit at a former depot and enjoy a theatre performance at the old train station building.
What else you should not miss
The region surrounding Pilsen is so diverse that if offers enough trip ideas to last you weeks, and that’s whether you’re planning to just go for a walk or travel by bike, car or train.
You will find nearly 20 museums and galleries in Pilsen. The Gallery of West Bohemia and the Museum of West Bohemia are a few of the most significant.
Pilsen lies in the same place that four rivers meet, meaning a trip into nature is only ever a few steps away. Get to know Pilsen parks and gardens.
Enjoy trip to Pilsen and its family tourist attractions such as the Pilsen ZOO, DinoPark, Puppet Museum or Techmania Science Center with your children.
Pilsen’s main Republic Square is dominated by the Gothic-style St. Bartholomew’s Cathedral, which boasts the highest church tower in the Czech Republic.