It was the summer of 2010 and I found myself on a platform in Prague waiting for my train to Munich. I was alone. I only had a few euros to my name. I didn’t even know where I was going to sleep that night.
And I was psyched.
You see, I am constantly in search of Life’s Next Great Adventure. I’ve studied in Australia, worked in Yellowstone National Park, and driven from across the United States coast-to-coast. So backpacking through Europe seemed like the next logical step.
I had just concluded my first year of law school which wrapped up with a month of classes at Charles University in Prague. It was time to explore.
I then spent the next 2 1/2 months roaming through Europe. I visited over 20 cities across 12 countries. While I enjoyed each city, all good times are not created equal.
The cities I enjoyed most were the ones that offered sightseeing pub crawls.
Why pub crawls? Because they allowed me to meet fellow backpackers from all over the world, learn some hidden and off-color history, and, of course, sample the local brews.
Good times, hidden history, and cold drinks. That is why I started Boston Crawling. I want visitors to Boston to experience the same excitement, fun, and laughter that I did while in those pub crawl cities.
So come have a pint or two on Boston Crawling’s version of Life’s Next Great Adventure.
Chief Crawling Officer