Pub crawls are always a good time. You get great deals on drinks, you have an awesome time, and you meet interesting people. But, one of the main reasons to go on a pub crawl is to experience a city in a new way. Whether it is a place you go to often or your first time visiting, pub crawls give you the unique opportunity to see what the place is really like.
But, let’s be honest, some places are just more fit for pub crawls. For example, the number of bars in a central location makes a major impact on how well a pub crawl functions. Consider the pub culture and you may find a place made that seems made for pub crawls. To help you on your drinking adventures across the globe, here are ten of the best places to go on pub crawls.
1. Kansas City, Missouri
Most people would not instantly think of Kansas City as a place for outstanding pub crawls, but 4885 people would tell them they are wrong. The Crawl for Cancer in Kansas City’s Power and Light District holds the Guinness World Record for the largest pub crawl.
With well over 3000 pubs, visitors must take a pub crawl when in London. For a fun, unusual night, try out a Camden Pub Crawl to drink and listen to live music.
3. New York City
When touring New York City, it can feel overwhelming to know which bars are the best ones to visit. If you go on a New York City pub crawl, you are sure to find bars and brews you love.
4. Dublin, Ireland
Dublin is the quintessential land of pub crawls. With multiple pubs, a friendly culture, and home of Guinness, a pub crawl here is a must.
Chicago is home to several themed pub crawls, including Halloween, Christmas and St. Patty’s Day crawls, which are always packed with fun people.
For those with looking for a once in a lifetime pub crawl experience, head to Australia where you can pub hop by helicopter or chartered plane to multiple microbreweries.
Pub crawls are popular in Prague, but instead of just trekking from one pub to the next, tourists can expect to end the evening at one of the largest dance clubs in the city.
A fantastic way to learn the history of Boston is to head on one of the many themed pub crawls in the area. Tourists can learn about ghost history or the history of the Freedom Trail as they visit pubs along the way.
9. Los Angeles
If you want to experience Hollywood style nightlife, but don’t know where to go, you should go on a planned pub crawl. Official pub crawls beat the waiting in lengthy lines to get in to the popular bars.
If you want to experience a whole other side of Berlin while you are backpacking through Europe, you should try out one of Berlin’s alternative pub crawls.