Visiting Prague but worried all you will do is to walk down the shopping streets along with your pretty wife in the morning and snap photos of ancient buildings in the afternoon? Do not worry, let her do her shopping alone while you explore some of Prague’s masculine attractions.

Here are some interesting attractions for macho men who visit Prague:

Millitary Museum
The Czech military has it’s own museum in the centre of Prague. At the museum you can check out Czech tanks, guns, rifles, heavy artillery and other artifacts from the wars the Czechoslovakia were involved in for the last 150 years. The museum is in the Zizkov-area of Prague, at U Památníku 2.

Communist Museum
Today the Czech Republic is a modern democracy, but only 20 years ago the situation was very different. At the city’s communist museum you can experience how the situation was in the Czech Republic during the communist regime after World War 2 and until it ended in 1989. The museum is in Prague’s shopping district, at Na Prikope 10.

No country on earth drinks as much beer per capita as the Czech Republic. Once your tongue gets the taste of the foamy and bitter Czech lager you will understand why. Try to taste both the excellent Budweiser (the original one), export-favourite Pilsner Urquell and some of the lesser known Czech beers while in Prague. The local brewery in Prague is Staropramen which has a very pleasant lager which is available everywhere.

When heading out for a beer in Prague, try to avoid sitting down at the cafes and pubs in the old town. Beer is expensive and the atmosphere is very touristy. If you venture out on a trip just a few hundred metres away from the top sights you will enjoy cheaper beer and better atmosphere.

Football match
Prague is blessed with 3 local teams who play at the highest level of Czech football. Sparta Prague is the largest team and often participate in the European Champions League. Their top star is Karel Poborsky who is a former Manchester United player.

Slavia Prague is the city’s number two team. Their biggest dream is t ufabet มือถือ เว็บออนไลน์ overthrow the reign of Sparta as the number one club in the Czech Republic, and more importantly, the number 1 club in Prague.

A third team who is fun to watch when in Prague is FK Victoria Zizkov. They are from the working class area of Zizkov and is currently struggling for survival in the top division of Czech football.