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Ever since we started the first food tours in Prague back in 2011, the idea has been simple. We take you to places you would not have found by yourself. We carefully choose delicious, authentic dishes and drinks you should not miss. And in the meantime we tell you things you could not google.
We could go on through all the clichés. (Off the beaten path, traditions passed from generation to generation, hidden corners, and seasonal organic produce from local farmers? Check!) But the basic fact is that we run this on empathy. We know how precious your vacation time is, so we will not waste it on second-rate food or experience. We will treat your vacation and trip to Prague as if it were our own.
So if you want to spend a few hours in the company of well-traveled locals who will serve you must-try foods and drinks and will not resort to tourist clichés because simply our conscience would not let us (and our Czech friends and would eat us alive for it), we'll be happy to have you.
Eat your way through the historic center of Prague on a 4-hour food tour. The culinary adventure takes you to some of the city’s most famous and top secret eateries. Dishes may include goulash, dumplings, and roast pork. In addition to the country's world class beer, you also enjoy locally produced Moravian wines. After a piece of chimney cake, leave with a map with personalized restaurant recommendations.
Randomly trying one or two Czech wines while in Prague won’t give you a clear picture of the country’s wine offering. This small-group tour combines guided tastings of a selection of wines with a Prague Old Town walking tour—so you can find your way around both later on. Stroll the Old Town to see its landmarks and architecture, and visit a ‘vinoteka’ wine bar for your tastings with snacks.
Eat your way around the Czech capital on this 4-hour gourmet food tour of Prague. Follow your guide, a fellow foodie, on a journey through Prague’s culinary heritage, stopping to sample scrumptious Chlebicky (open-faced sandwiches) and taste indulgent Czech desserts. Get a real sense of life in the city as you explore hidden alleyways, historic landmarks, and little-known local haunts, as well as enjoying seven food-tasting stops along the way.
Take your taste buds on a journey around some of Prague’s best drinking haunts on this evening Prague beer tour. With a local guide, visit iconic bars and pubs, including a microbrewery, as you learn about Prague’s long-held passion for beer. Head into the trendy Žižkov district and Prague Old Town and team your tastings with classic Czech ‘tapas’ such as hearty pork chili and pickled sausage. Get insider tips on the top brews to try, and hear fascinating stories about Czech culture from your knowledgeable guide.
Immerse yourself in the romance of medieval times with a 3-hour dining experience in Prague. Leave the modern world behind as you step into a candle-lit tavern, and kick off the evening with a mug of beer or glass of wine. Sit down to five generous courses of medieval food, as jugglers take the stage alongside belly dancers and swordsmen. Lose yourself in the music and fun, and meet vivid characters that range from a frightening executioner to an old fortuneteller with magical powers.
Get an authentic taste of Czech food culture on this private food tour of Prague. As they lead you to four different local restaurants and breweries around the city, your guide shares stories of everyday life in Prague, what locals do and feel about the country's recent history of our country. At each spot, sample authentic Czech cuisine fare from local producers. Be truly local by accompanying each with have a pint of good Czech beer or wine.
Uncover the secrets of traditional Balkan cuisine with this private 3-hour cooking class in a local family home. Immerse yourself in Czech culture, learn to make delicious ‘Burek’, then tuck into a 2-course home-cooked dinner, including drinks and dessert.
See central Prague like a local during this pub tour. You’ll sample different Czech beers along with a traditional Czech pub dinner. A knowledgeable guide provides an insider’s view of the city while you explore on foot and offers insight into local brews and culinary culture. Numbers are limited to ensure a small-group experience with your guide.
The Hard Rock Café Prague is one of the biggest and buzziest branches of the iconic brand in Europe, so why wait to savor its classic food and rock ‘n’ roll vibe? Skip the line and breeze straight inside the hip restaurant in Prague Old Town to savor its mouth-watering American-inspired food. Choose from three tantalizing dinner menu options, enjoy the upbeat atmosphere, and inspect the quirky memorabilia on show, including a faux-fur vest worn by guitar great Jimi Hendrix and a pair of bell-bottoms sported by Elvis Presley.
Taste a wide variety of Czech food and drinks during this private food tour in Prague. Travel with your guide around the city, and pop into shops, cafes, and pubs to sample wine, beer, cheeses, sausages, and coffee. Your guide tells you the ins and outs about the area’s most-loved food choices, and you can meet some of the locals that make them, too.
Get a masterclass in Czech beer culture and heritage on this 4-hour beer tour of Prague. Visit three of the city’s best-loved pubs, where you’ll chug on three different Czech ‘pivos’ (beers), with a local guide. Hear about the country’s brewing history, which dates back to the 12th century, and learn how to toast to your fellow beer enthusiasts in Czech. Purchase additional beers as the evening draws on, and be sure to ask your guide to introduce you to Prague’s local spirits, should you wish. 'Na zdraví!'
Prague is a great place to sample typical Czech cuisine, but with so many options in the city, it’s hard to know where to start. This 4-hour small-group tasting tour will introduce you to the city’s best cafés, bistros, and wine cellars, where you can sip craft beer, tuck into hearty goulash, and taste regional cheeses.
Make the most of Prague’s party vibe without wasting time looking for the liveliest bars with this Clock Tower pub crawl. Hit the first hang-out and make friends over drinking games and all-you-can drink beer, wine, and sangria. Then, enjoy free welcome shots at two further bars before VIP entry to a nightclub, so you don’t have to wait in line. All entry and cover fees are included for value.
Drench yourself in Prague's booze-imbibing culture on this bibulous pub crawl through some of the city's most dynamic pubs. Start off with all-you-can-drink beer, wine and/or vodka at the first bar and then move on to other pubs.
Bypass overpriced restaurants and taste the best of Czech cuisine on a 3-hour culinary tour of Prague. Regardless of whether you choose the lunch or dinner tour, you get to try a total of 5-6 authentic dishes and enjoy a craft beer tasting in an underground bar. Conclude with a full meal at an historic restaurant, then leave with exclusive tips on where to eat during the rest of your vacation.
Dive into Prague’s pub and party scene without having to find your way around or the right crowd with this evening tour. Meet like-minded people and save money with unlimited drinks at an open-bar session. Then, skip the line at four or five pubs or clubs, down a welcome drink at each, and enjoy VIP entry to a mega-club. Plus, receive a free T-shirt or other gift.
Czechs drink more beer per capita than anyone else on the planet. What's all the fuss about? Find out by joining this informative tour of microbreweries in Prague, where they've been brewing beer for centuries. Visit local microbreweries in Prague and drink various types of pivo, as Czechs call beer, while learning about Czech beer-making technique.
See Prague from the water on a Prosecco cruise along the Vltava River. As you sip your glass of sparkling wine (or juice) on the boat deck, you'll have views of Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, the architecture of Old Town, and more. An interactive guide is available to use on board. This is an easy way to see the city from another perspective.
Discover one of Czechia's most storied breweries—and see where the pilsner style of beer was born—on this private tour of Pilsner Urquell Brewery. Meet your guide at your Prague accommodation, and set off at a time that works best for you. It’s roughly an hour’s drive from Prague to Pilsen. Upon arrival, go on an in-depth tour of the brewery, learn about its history, and enjoy samples as you explore. Finish your Pilsen experience with a traditional Czech lunch (plus more beer) before returning to Prague.
Prague’s locals love beer, but without a guide, it may be difficult to find your way around the city’s ales and beer culture. This evening tour lets you dive in: introducing you to selected Czech brews at some of Prague’s popular pubs and bars. Taste and learn about different pilsners and ales, discover the secrets of Czech brewing and beer drinking, and try local spirits (own expense) recommended by your guide.
Get a nice cross section of Czech culture on tis 3-hour walking tour of Prague's historical center. Learn about the history of the place from your guide as you stroll the narrow cobbled lanes, visit two pubs and indulge in a hearty Czech meal and some delicious local beer.
Enjoy an evening of traditional Czech food, drinks, and entertainment when you book this multi-course dinner, complete with cultural activities and performances. Secure your reservation in advance, and make your own way to the quaint setting. You’ll enjoy a range of hearty, local dishes (several menus available), plus drinks. You’ll also learn to dance with the performers, try on costumes, listen to Czech songs, and otherwise enjoy the festive atmosphere.
Discover the complex history and wild beauty of Bohemia on a full-day tour from Prague that earns rave reviews. Leave the city behind for the forests and ancient rock formations of Bohemian Saxon Switzerland National Park, and pay tribute to victims of WWII with a reflective stop at Terezín Concentration Camp. Taste Czech cuisine along the way at one-of-a-kind venues like a hunting chateau and a cafe nestled inside a historic railway station.