Taste Prague's cuisine on a walk through the small and non-touristic streets of the city and learn more about its history and culture.
Explore Prague on a culinary walk off the beaten track
Try the famous Prague beer and traditional delicacies
Learn more about the exciting history and culture of the Czech Republic
On this culinary tour through Prague you will get to know the city in a special way. Move off the beaten track and get to know the city like a local.
The mother of the Czech nation and prophetess Libuše once said about Prague: "I see a great city whose glory will touch the stars". In fact, Prague is a beautiful and unique city with an incredible history. It is full of beautiful architecture, monuments, breathtaking views and hard-working people. With Secret Food Tours Prague you enter this city like a friend and have the possibility to get to know it like one.
Bypass the tourist traps in the crowded alleys and get to know the real Prague. Your guide will help you to distinguish between tradition and fiction. He takes you away from the main streets so that you can get to know Czech cuisine among the locals.
We love our city and want to help you fall in love with it too. Besides our love of beer, food is an important part of Czech culture and a big part of our tour. But our Prague tour isn't just about food. You will learn how our history, culture, food and drinks come together to make Prague such a unique city.
• 3-hour culinary city tour in Prague
• Competent, English-speaking guide
We will meet at the Holy Trinity Column at Malostranské náměstí (Lesser Town Square). Your guide will be carrying an "Orange umbrella" so will be easy to spot.
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