Eating Prague Food Tours

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Since 2014 we have welcomed over 20,000 guests on our unforgettable culture and food tours in Prague. From pairing food with local Czech beers to tasting the best traditional foods of Prague, you’ll be left feeling like a true insider in this historical city. We’ll introduce you to the people behind these iconic dishes and drinks and after hearing their fascinating stories, you’ll be wanting to come back for more. Learn the history and local life of Prague through its cuisine with us.

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Prague Food Tour

Prague Food Tour

Old-world charm & history told through local cuisine you’re sure to love.

Departs: Mon - Sat 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm
Duration: 4 hours
Prague Evening Food Tour

Prague Evening Food Tour

A magical evening in a side of Prague that most people miss.

Departs: Sun to Thurs 4pm, 5pm and 6pm
Duration: 4 hours
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Prague Craft Beer & Food Tasting Tour

Prague Craft Beer & Food Tasting Tour

Beer gardens, bars, & amazing food. An unforgettable day in Prague.

Departs: Thurs-Tues 2:30pm
Duration: 4 hours

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Meet The Tour Guides

Eva

Eva

I was born and raised in Prague
My favorite dish is traditional kuba - a bit of a forgotten dish with barley and forest mushroom
For a great view with beer or goulash, go to Strahov Monastery and St. Norbert Brewery - it's central but quiet
Helena

Helena

Originally from Slovakia, I've been living in Prague for over a decade now
My favorite food is potato dumplings stuffed with pork meet and cabbage on the side
Go to Nový Svět - a hidden area around Prague castle...where you immediately feel like the time stands still
Petra

Petra

I grew up in Kladno, an industrial town half an hour from Prague
My favorite food is chocolate - I'm a chocolate addict!
Visit the river and the islands, mainly Kampa, Petřín orchards and Vyšehrad
Michael

Michael

I was born and raised in Prague
My favourite dish is svíčková (which you can try on our Prague Food Tour!)
Check out the 360 view of Prague from the top of the Dancing House - entrance fee is only the price of a drink!
Lada

Lada

I was born in Northeastern Bohemia but have lived in Prague since 1989
If I had to choose two of my favorite foods - then "potatoes in the ash" and Prague ham - of course from Naše Maso!
Visit Charles Bridge before sunsire - Prague will be all yours, the bridge completely empty!

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Don’t forget to review our Prague Travel Guide before you go!

Our Foodie Guide to Prague offers you insider’s tips on how to make the most of your visit. We’ve gathered together our favorite attractions, restaurants, bars and places to stay in this picturesque city, as well as our very own shortlist of not-to-be-missed foods to try while visiting!

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the best local food places in real neighbourhoods

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stories you will find yourself retelling over and over

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Eating Prague Tours includes seven local culinary attractions over the course of four hours while leading guests through the heart of the city.

Take part in food tastings at local haunts, meet chefs and others from Prague’s culinary community, and visit a local brewery and an old-fashioned butchery.

From colourful open-faced sandwiches - Chlebíčky - to traditionally cured meats and sausages of all kinds - every course on the road embraced flavours of cuisines past and present, home grown in the Czech Republic.

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