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Prague, the baroque jewel in the crown of Europe, is coming under siege every weekend by hordes of drunken British men on cheap "sex and beer" jaunts. A senior Czech police official said yesterday that around a quarter of the fights in the city centre at weekends involve British men. They do not travel to appreciate the splendour of the city's architecture or to tour its enchanting cobbled streets. Instead, they are in search of Prague's pubs, strip joints and brothels.
Prague summer in the city guide. The hungry traveller's guide to Prague. Prague recalls dark days of communism. The budget hotel next door recently banned stag parties from its premises after one group "almost destroyed" it, according to Miss Mladejoyska. No stag, rugby, soccer groups.
Thank you," reads a sign on the door of Scandals bar on Dlouha Street. They block the doors, dribble into their beers and generally lower our standards. A couple of streets away in The Thirsty Dog, manager Tomas Pitter said he has not introduced a ban but has drafted in security guards to keep out unwanted guests. Neil Smith, 35, from Morecambe, Lancs, set up Prague Piss-up - one of the growing number of stag party and rugby tour agencies now operating in the city - with a business partner a year ago.
He estimates that "easily half" of all passengers arriving on flights from Britain every Friday evening are stag parties. Prague Piss-up's website trumpets: Pub crawls, strippers and milkmaids - it's stag heaven. He dismisses claims that his customers are the troublemakers because he ensures they are accompanied at all times by rugby-playing supervisors. The British embassy is reluctant to talk about the phenomenon but admits that its consular workload has increased significantly because of the numbers of Britons visiting Prague.
Czech officials are also wary about publicly discussing violence involving Britons. Tourism in Prague has slumped by 20 per cent since last summer's floods and many are fearful of turning away the more than , British tourists a year - the third largest number after the Germans and Poles.