Local Tips - Secret Food Tours Prague


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  • A Little Of This And A Little Of That - Havlova Koruna, eat old school style, literally. Grab a tray, select your meal from over 25 traditional homemade Czech dishes. Great food at a low price. Located next to Wenceslas square. Havelská 21, www.havelska-koruna.com
  • Craft Beer + Delicious Beer Goulash - Klášterní Pivovar Strahov, after a climb to Prague Castle or Petrín Hill visit this micro-brewery founded in the 14th century. Strahovské nádvorí 301, www.klasterni-pivovar.cz/contact
  • Tap Your Own Beer - PUB Restaurants, these Pilsner Unique bars combine great food, high quality beer and a unique twist. All tables are equipped with self service beer taps. 6 locations in Prague www.thepub.cz
  • All You Can Drink Wine Only 11€ - Na Skleničku, all wines are from Moravian winemakers, the sausages and snacks are from small farms and butchers from Moravia and Šumava. Jindrišská 901/5
  • Feeling Snacky? - Ovocný Světozor, A very popular snack bistro; serves amazing cakes, open-face sandwiches and famous soft serve ice cream. 12 locations in Prague, www.ovocnysvetozor.cz/en/


  • Forgotten World - Nový Svet, which translates to New World is actually the opposite of its name. Also called Czech Montmartre, this picturesque district is one of Prague's best kept secrets. Go for a walk and take a break from the crowds. www.snackcafe-uraka.cz
  • Rewarding Walk With A Cause - Garden café Taussig, not an easy walk, but at the top you're rewarded with a stunning view of Prague Castle. Enjoy homemade strudel and lemonade served by people with intellectual disabilities endeavoring to gain valuable work/life experience. Vlašská 25, www.cafe-taussig.cz
  • Got A Sweet Tooth? - Pedro Svetozor, a newly opened candy shop, where you can get the iconic pink Czech bubble gum. Vodickova 791, passage Svetozor, www.mojepedro.cz
  • Hidden Gem - Vrtbovská Garden, is one of the most beautiful of Prague's Baroque gardens. Hidden in plain sight surrounded by buildings, with beautiful views of Lesser Town and Prague. Karmelitská 25, www.vrtbovska.cz/en/
  • See With Your Hands - Invisible Exhibition is a unique interactive journey to an invisible world. In total darkness you find your way out by touch, sound, and scent. Karlovo námestí 1/23, www.neviditelna.cz/en/