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Taste Of Prague

Prague, Czech Republic
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About Taste Of Prague
The idea behind the Taste of Prague food tours is simple. You follow a local foodie. You eat the best dishes in Prague’s best restaurants frequented by the locals and talk about what you eat and why, and how the food, wine and beer reflects the society, the country and its history and present. We keep our tours fresh, small and personal. Come hungry. Stretch pants optional, but recommended.
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Prague Foodie Tour

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.
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4 hours
from $154.55

Prague Neighbourhood Walk

Not sure what to do in Prague over the weekend? How about a fun neighborhood walk in a small group with interesting tidbits about interesting places in Prague's residential districts... with cool bites along the way? Our neighborhood walks combine a nice walk through some of Prague's less exposed, yet incredibly interesting, districts and great bites from local businesses along the way. We look at Prague's history, present and future through the lens of a single neighborhood and its changes through times. The tours also include lots of our personal history to add colour and deepen the understanding of changes that happened there. Oh, and as always, the food is strictly curated and delicious.
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3 hours
from $90.56

Prague Dinner and Cocktails Tour

The idea behind the Dinner and Cocktails Tour is simple: we take you to two of our favorite places to eat that show you the modern side of Czech cuisine in a non-touristy, residential district. We sample quite a bit of food (a highly addictive dessert included, of course!) that definitely makes for a big dinner. After that we take the tram to the city centre and taste four delicious cocktails in two of the best Prague's cocktail bars, uncovering the real secret of Prague: its fantastic artisanal cocktail scene. Four hours of great food, fantastic cocktails and lots of fun!
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4 hours
from $120.74
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hmmmg8 wrote a review Oct 2020
Cork, Ireland17 contributions12 helpful votes
We thoroughly enjoyed our food tour that we did with Marketa. She was so knowledegable and enthusiastic about her city and brought us to fantastic places! The food was great and she was able to tailor it for slightly fussier needs. We booked very last minute and were so impressed with the fast response to our emails and to being accommodated so last minute! I would definitely recommend this tour, it was well worth the price! Marketa was very mindful of the Covid-19 threat and had hand sanitizer available for us washed her hands regularly.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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SmallSizeTraveller wrote a review Aug 2020
Prague, Czech Republic84 contributions
We decided to do this small wine tour in Moravia. 2 days, 1 night. We visited 4 different wineries, Villa Tugendhat and some nice places for coffee. The 4 wineries were different, for example we visited Sonberk (higher production, bigger facilities) and Petr Kočařík (smaller one, more familiar), so we could have completely contrasting experiences. As foreigners, we really appreciated to go into the small ones and meet directly the person behind those wines. It felt really local. Our guide was Jan. Very interactive, with a lot of knowledge about the region. We had some nice chats and he even gave us some tips about Prague. He provided us with some fresh water and some snacks both days. All was well organised and I liked that I felt as it was a small escape with "friends" than an actual tour with a guide. We learnt a lot, spending a wonderful time with amazing people that we just met.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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GJC67 wrote a review Aug 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom119 contributions18 helpful votes
My wife and I visited Prague 10th of Aug till 15th and had booked the Prague foodie for Wednesday 12th with Karolina. We normally book a food tour at every city break we go on and this was by far the best. I think normally these tours have 6-10 people on them but due to current circumstances and Prague being quieter it was only the two of us with Karolina. She immediately made us feel at easy and for the four hours we spent with her it felt more like we were visiting a friend we hadn’t seen in ages. The first place we visited was lokal and tried out some local Czech pub food and beers. Everything we had very tasty and went great with our beers. While we ate Karolina talked us through the beer process and the changes in Czech cuisine over the decades. After this we moved to kantyna for some amazing meat dishes in a very chilled place. Kantyna is definitely somewhere I would visit a lot if I lived in Prague . The impressive butcher room is worth seeing alone. We then headed to karlin district for some fine dining veg dishes in eska with some G&T before finishing off in a bistro for some traditional deserts. The 4 hours flew in and everything we tried was delicious. My only regret is we didn’t do this on our first day because We learned so much about Prague, Czech people and tradition from Karolina. The booklet you get at the end has some brilliant tips for eating and sightseeing around Prague. I would 100% recommend this tour to everyone visiting Prague four hours of having a laugh and trying great food . Karolina couldn’t be any better of a host, definitely worth every penny the tour cost.
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Tony K wrote a review Aug 2020
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Karoline took from basic bar foods to wines to emerging food scene restaurants. Great guide and great food.
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ajane_black wrote a review Aug 2020
Düsseldorf, Germany6 contributions
Great tour with delicious food and top drinks! Martin is very experienced funny and entertaining guide! It was an amazing evening! 🍸😋
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