Red7 Blogs , May 3, 2016
We’ve all taken part in a pub crawl and we’ve probably all suffered the hangover the day after; waking up not quite sure why you feel this way, or why you woke up half naked at the bottom of a staircase that isn’t yours. So in order to ensure you survive the next bar crawl we’ve put together a list of things to do and avoid, as well as the best ones to take part in around the world.
That was the easy stuff right? Now you know the basics it’s time to choose where to go on this epic bar crawl. Here’s our list of best bar crawls around the world.
The Super Bar Crawl is one for Jägermeister lovers. A professional guide takes everyone from bar to bar where you are greeted with a jagershot in every venue, followed by entry into a night club. A must to see the best pubs and bars in Amsterdam.
Who hasn’t played Monopoly? This themed pub crawl is serious fun for all those nostalgic people out there and the competitive ones too. London’s Monopoly Board Pub Crawl sees participants visiting all 26 spots that are on the Monopoly board to neck a drink at each one, and that’s where the competition lies because this is not an easy task! Take a “chance” and participate in this inventive crawl, just remember it’s not ok to take £200 off anyone and try to stay out of jail.
As the cultural quarter in Dublin, Temple Bar is where it’s at. Known as the main centre for nightlife in the city, make sure to visit bars such as The Temple Bar Pub, The Porterhouse, and Czech Inn to name a few, for a well-deserved Guinness. Bar hopping in this area is a must on your trip to the Emerald Isles.
The natives here love a party and can definitely throw a good ’un; Czech beer, vodka shooters, wine and absinthe – you really will need to pay attention to our survival tips to make it through this one. Get yourself on a guided bar crawl in the Old Town to experience Prague’s legendary nightlife and end up in the largest nightclub Europe has to offer.
Paris is known for its amazing nightlife, so make sure you bar crawl at least once! Take yourself from Café Oz, down to the Moulin Rouge for an unmissable night out.
This one is officially a record breaker. Get ready to don your best fancy dress outfit and join the 10,000 other party animals on their quest of inebriation. There’s a free bus route to every participating venue, so no excuse for losing anyone and no need for a designated driver; get involved because it’s going to be crazy.
When you think of Buenos Aires, a bar crawl is probably not the first thing that springs to mind. Sun, beaches, salsa, and cocktails maybe, but not a full on pub crawl. However, you can experience all these things with the locals on a Buenos Aires Pub Crawl. A great way to make friends with people from all over the globe, you may even pick a bit of the local language and charm your way to a few extra drinks
In a city bursting with bars and pubs on nearly every corner, get a unique glimpse at the favourite spots of music and literary legends in the West Village. Imagine Jimi Hendrix playing a live show as you sip a beer at Café Wha. Read some of Dylan Thomas’ poems at the scene of his death in The Whitehorse Tavern. Mingle with other creative-minded individuals as you soak up the atmosphere in some of the oldest pubs in New York City.
THE MONTREAL PUB CRAWL, MONTREAL
You may not know this, but Montreal has some really good nightlife so why not take part in a pub crawl there? The Canadians are also extremely friendly so get mingling with more than just your group and enjoy a great night.
One of Chicago’s biggest crawls, Ten Bars of Xmas, has up to 10,000 people getting involved each year. Vie for a spot on the coveted royal court, a group of the top participants and best costumes, or bring a box of cereal for the now iconic cereal shots. With more than 36 pubs listed on the itinerary, come prepared for a long night of drinking, dancing, costumes, festivities and lots of cereal eating.