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Prague: Food by Foot Small Group Tour w/ Drink & Culture

Product ID: 107950
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Step outside the city center and get to know Prague the best way - through your belly. You’ll taste everything from traditional to inventive including a Michelin Bib Gourmand honoree.
About this activity
Duration 4.5 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
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Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Savor exceptional food and drink from local cafés, pubs and restaurants
  • Ride public transit and experience three distinct districts of Prague
  • Learn about the food you’re eating, the drink in your hand and the city around you
  • Catch surprising and beautiful city views that show how Prague is seen by locals
  • Eat more food than you probably should
Full description
Join this tour and make a whirlwind tour of Prague’s food, drink and cultural scene. This is more than just a food tour, this is a chance to get to know the people, the lifestyle, the history and ups and downs of the city. It’s a cultural excursion set around good food, drink and conviviality — just as a food tour should be. 

Start things right in a modern bistro with a knack for things homemade. A short walk through an up-and-coming neighborhood in Prague will show you that even the parts outside the center are well worth exploring and learning about, and will leave you wanting more food. Not to worry though, because before long, you’ll be sitting in a modern classic Czech pub, enjoying a homemade soda or a lager paired with some traditional pub fare from locally sourced ingredients. This boozer is a great place to learn a bit about the history of the region and how seriously beer is taken. Although pubs are loved dearly, your next place is a mere stone’s throw away. This restaurant/ bakery was awarded the Bib Gourmand in the 2017 Michelin Guide, and they don’t disappoint. With a focus on homemade and homegrown, this place is a paradise for your tastebuds. They play with fermentation, wood-fire baking and roasting, as well as natural foods and herbs. Sound intriguing? You should taste it.

Continuing along the old dusty path (possibly literally), have a quick digestif from a family-owned, all-natural distillery whose plums come from the environmentally protected region of the White Carpathians — a real taste of the Moravia region. Your feet will have a short break as you take public transit towards another stunning neighborhood. There, you’ll have house-roasted coffee and cake at a cosy café before making your way to a beer garden in a park and catching a stunning view of the city that is to die for.
Includes
  • Food loving and English-speaking local guide
  • 8 food and 5 beverage tastings of traditional Czech cuisine (portion sizes vary but total amount of food equals a large full meal)
  • Ticket for public transportation
  • Map with personalized recommendations
What’s Not Included
  • Additional food and drinks
  • Souvenirs and personal shopping
  • Transportation to/ from the meeting and end points
  • Tips/ gratuities for your guide.

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

In front of Starbucks café at Křižíkova Station at Prague’s metro line B, the yellow subway line.

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Important information
Know before you go
• Travelers under 12 years old are not permitted to join the tour
• For family-friendly tours, please contact to arrange a private tour so the tour can be tailored to your needs
• Children under the age of 6 can join private tours at no cost
• Dietary notes: vegetarians, celiacs and people with other allergies must get in touch before making your booking to cater to your requirements, as all food is arranged in advance. For vegans and lactose-intolerant travelers, please note that Czech cuisine relies heavily on dairy and animal products, making it nearly impossible to show you traditional Czech cuisine
• Small group of a maximum of 8 persons
• Please wear comfortable walking shoes. In summer months, bring a hat and sunscreen
• This tour departs rain or shine, so you may want to bring an umbrella, depending on the weather
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Urban Adventures Europe

Product ID: 107950