This guided 4-hour walking tour through Prague’s Old and New Towns takes you to 7 foodie locations that locals cherish but tourists rarely hear of. You’ll discover how local cuisine has changed after the fall of communism while getting a taste of daily life through Prague’s people, culture and customs. Escape the crowds and uncover the real Prague on this unique food tour!
Svejk Restaurant, Prague - Our Prague tour stopped at Svejk Restaurant to rest. The downstairs area was a little cramped, but we were given drinks, pretzels, and some awesome music.
The Best of Prague: After visiting St. Vitus Cathedral head down to the deer moat, just outside of Prague Castle. It’s a neat little retreat, nicely hidden just below the mobs of tourists. Constructed in 2002, it’s provides a peaceful link between two large fields hugging the castle walls.
Trying traditional Czech food with Eating Prague. 7 badass dishes
All of the Foods you MUST try in Prague recommended by a chef! From restaurants to meals and snacks, this list has great suggestions and helpful hints. Dining in Prague can be overwhelming so use this list to help you prioritize. You will want to catch the next flight to Europe!