The Pub crawls Amsterdam website is a great source of ready-made pub crawl routes around the Dutch capital, and they are all self-guided and free to do.
The routes are put together by an Amsterdam local, Michiel, out of his passion and love for Amsterdam’s nightlife and they are a great way to explore parts of the city that conventional organised pub crawl tours don’t visit, such as the bohemian Pjip district or the Old West area, for example.
If you are a group visiting Amsterdam (or, indeed, if you’re a lone traveller, gather a posse of peeps at the hostel) pick a route and venture out. The pub crawls with a star icon include some special deals with some of the bars on the route
Leidseplein square is a busy nightlife hotspot in Amsterdam, and so it’s an ideal place for a bar crawl in Amsterdam. This Amsterdam pub crawl visits six venues in total and you get a free beer or wine or soft drink in each one, as well as a free shot in each of the first three bars. There’s also 30 minutes of unlimited Vodka shots poured into your mouth…if you so desire.
It costs €19.95 and entrance to all venues is free, and the ladies get a free t-shirt….why just girls, I don’t know; maybe they want to attract a high volume of females to balance out the high density of fellas visiting Amsterdam, or they mistakenly ordered too many lady-fit tees.
For sure! Drinks are relatively cheap in Poland compared to many European cities but pub crawls in Krakow are not just about saving money on drinks, it’s a great city in which to really invest yourself in the nightlife – and for many, that doesn’t always come so easily in a new city, language, and culture. So a pub crawl is a sure fire way of meeting people, both local and travelling, and having a blast together in a social city that really is a lot of fun come night-time. Doing a bar crawl in Krakow is also the best way to make sure you get into the best bars and venues, while saving on the night club entrance fees which can be relatively expensive – but when it comes down to it, pub crawls in Krakow are worth doing just for the people you’ll meet and the fun you’ll have, especially the drinking games.
Yes! There’s no two ways about it. Aside from the savings and budget-friendly aspect of doing a pub crawl, thanks to free nightclub entrance and free & discounted drinks and shots, Amsterdam is a wild night out and, unless you know it very well, it can prove to be a somewhat overwhelming task to navigate your way through the crowds of party-people and make sure you get into the best bars and clubs.
It’s a city in which you simply must experience the party atmosphere and an Amsterdam pub crawl is the perfect way to do that with a ready-made gang of drinking-buddies and friendly lovely local Amsterdam bar crawl guides – it’s a no-brainer.