Pub Crawl Route

Free pub crawl routes

 

A pub crawl is a great way to explore the town and to get a few drinks in.

On this website, you can find free self-guided pub crawls.

The website is an excellent pub crawl planner for the city of your choice.

Simply click on the button on the pub crawl page to view the route on Google Maps. Cheers!

 

 


Why you should follow our crawls!

 

The pub crawls featured on this website are created by pub "experts".

 

Many hours have spent studying what makes a pub a great pub. Sometimes, these observations were made while our vision went blurry and our stomachs started to turn. That is how dedicated we are to finding the secret formula for what makes a great bar.

 

On this website, we not only showcase individual great pubs, but also provide a way to visit a good number of them in a row.

 

Most of the bars featured here have been visited by us in person, while others are selected through internet research. We hope you enjoy our pub crawls, and we welcome your help in our quest to find the greatest bars in the world!



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The pub crawls

 

London: Kensington Pub Crawl

The magnificent city of London is renowned for its incredible size, which has resulted in a lot of pubs and bars scattered throughout the city. Kensington is one of the most well-known areas of London, hosting numerous fine establishments. The Kensington area is one of the more posh areas in London. The area is home to the Natural History Museum, Kensington Palace, the grand Royal Albert Hall, which hosts many concerts throughout the year, and of course, a lot of pubs. The most famous pub in Kensington is also one of the most famous pubs in all of London. It is the Churchill Arms, which we will, of course, visit during this pub crawl. If you look at the picture, you can get a glimpse of the famous pub.

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Carrick on Shannon Pub Crawl

Nestled along the banks of the River Shannon, you will find Carrick-on-Shannon, a charming town in County Leitrim, Ireland. The town is renowned for its scenic beauty and vibrant atmosphere, with some even describing it as a magical or mythical land. Carrick-on-Shannon serves as a hub for river cruises and watersports enthusiasts, boasting a bustling marina. Additionally, the town is known as an excellent destination for a proper night out. All in all, Carrick-on-Shannon offers a warm welcome to all who venture to its inviting shores.

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Dundee Pub Crawl

Dundee, one of the largest cities in Scotland, sits just north of Edinburgh yet often remains overlooked by tourists. This is a shame in our eyes, as Dundee is one of the most beautiful cities in Scotland and Great Britain, for that matter. The city showcases a variety of architectural wonders, from the castles scattered throughout the city to the iconic Tay Bridge. Among the castles, Broughty Castle stands out as the most stunning example in our opinion, perched on the banks overlooking the Tay River and the North Sea. Additionally, Dundee offers a great amount of quality pubs waiting to be discovered on our pub crawl adventure.

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Dublin: Stoneybatter Pub Crawl

Dublin is renowned for its extensive array of pubs, with approximately 772 within the city limits. Each pub boasts its own unique character, and the sheer quantity might seem overwhelming. That is why we have created various pub crawls on this website, allowing you to explore the best pubs Dublin has to offer. In this particular crawl, we will venture slightly beyond the city centre to the neighbourhood of Stoneybatter. Here, you will encounter more locals visiting the pubs, providing a more authentic Irish experience compared to the pubs in the Temple Bar area.

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Groningen Pub Crawl

The city of Groningen is one of the most northern cities in the Netherlands. The slogan of the city is “er gaat niets boven Groningen”, which translates to "nothing goes above Groningen" in English. This can be interpreted as "nothing is better than Groningen." Groningen is known as one of the many student cities in the Netherlands, which gives the city its character. Additionally, it is renowned as one of the best cities for a night out in the Netherlands. Therefore, a pub crawl is a must when visiting or living in the city. Groningen boasts beautiful traditional Dutch architecture, and the big market is the centre of the city, housing the best clubs and bars. Besides all the pubs and bars, Groningen has a few breweries. Examples include Baxbier, Martinus (named after the Martini Tower), and Hooghoudt. These beers are served in various pubs throughout the city, so be sure to check the beer menu for these offerings.

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London: Covent Garden Pub Crawl

The magnificent city of London is renowned for its incredible size, which has resulted in a lot of pubs and bars scattered throughout the city. Covent Garden is one of the most well-known areas of London, hosting numerous fine establishments. It is renowned for its abundance of shops and, of course, the Covent Garden Market itself. Originally starting as a vegetable and fruit market, it has now evolved into a popular tourist attraction. If touristy spots and street artists are not your preference, you can explore our pub crawl to discover the best places in Covent Garden, namely the pubs.

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Dingle Pub Crawl

Dingle is a small harbour town on the southwest coast of Ireland, known for its buildings with vibrant colours and as a popular tourist destination. The absence of tall buildings contributes to the town's cosy atmosphere. Fishing is a significant part of life in Dingle, thanks to its bustling harbour, where ships regularly dock to unload their catch from the Atlantic Ocean. When in Dingle, be sure to try some fresh fish dishes, as being close to the ocean ensures the highest quality.

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Glasgow Pub Crawl

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, home to many historical buildings, and cosy pubs. However, what truly grips the whole of Glasgow a few times a year is the Old Firm, a highly anticipated match between the two major football clubs in the city: Rangers and Celtic. This rivalry has deep roots spanning centuries, extending beyond the realm of football to include religion, politics, and various other factors. If football is not your interest, Glasgow still has much to offer. As mentioned earlier, the pubs and historical buildings are a sight to behold. For instance, you can explore the Necropolis or visit the University of Glasgow.

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Antwerp Pub Crawl

Antwerp is a major harbour city in the northern part of Belgium, situated in the region of Flanders. Belgium, and Flanders in particular, are renowned for their excellent craft beers, making Antwerp an ideal place to try some of these brews. The city boasts numerous small and cosy pubs that are a must-visit when you are in town. In addition to the pubs, Antwerp features beautiful architecture that transports you to times long gone. The central station is often regarded as one of the most stunning train stations in the world, and the 'Grote Markt' serves as the central square of the city, where you can find some of Antwerp's most exquisite buildings.

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Birmingham Pub Crawl

Birmingham, the United Kingdom's second-largest city, is famous for its historical association with the legendary gang known as the Peaky Blinders. Additionally, football plays a significant role in the city's culture, with two prominent football clubs, Birmingham City FC and Aston Villa FC. The city's growth can be traced back to the 18th-century industrial revolution, a period also depicted in the TV series Peaky Blinders. This growth contributed to the growth of the amount of pubs throughout Birmingham. In this pub crawl, you'll have the opportunity to visit some of these iconic establishments.

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Limerick Pub Crawl

Limerick is the capital of the county Limerick in the Irish province of Munster. Even though the city is not the biggest and most well known city of Ireland, the city has a great history. Limerick is the home of the legendary band the Cranberries. Furthermore, the great-grandfather of John F. Kennedy was from county Limerick. And the castle that you can see on the picture is the most westerly castle in all of Europe. The fact that we like the most is that Irish Coffee was invented in county Limerick. Now, after all these interesting facts, we hope that you have build up a thirst. Luckily, Limerick has an abundance of great pubs! So go out there and Sláinte.

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Inverness Pub Crawl

Inverness is known as the capital of the highlands. It is the largest settlement in the north of Scotland. This place is a starting hub for many travellers and one of the biggest tourist attraction of all of Scotland is nearby. The Loch Ness is just to the south of the city. The river inside the city originates from the Loch Ness and is called the river ness. Inverness is not only a place to pass through. It also is home to a great collection of pubs for all the thirsty travellers that pass through the city and off course for the locals. During this pub crawl, you will visit the best pubs that Inverness has to offer. 

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