Bring your appetite and join your private local guide for the most delicious tastings Prague has to offer. Discover diverse flavors presented in dishes such as Hermelín, Utopenci, Koliba cheese and Parizsky rohlicek. Sweet, savory, tangy - whichever you choose, you’re sure to please your tastebuds.
Our awesome locals who guide this private tour are huge foodies and can tell you all about Czech cuisine.What better way to start your food journey than with a cold beer in a Czech pub? Popular with true locals; however, this is not your typical Czech pub. Select your favorite beer from one of the widest beer brand portfolios. Top it off with local pickled cheese and sausage delicacies.Stroll the beautiful streets of this area with your private guide, and get ready to spot a long line of locals at a favorite butcher. Known for its best meats and cheeses; it’s your turn to sample. Then follow your nose and head to one of the first independent bakeries. Using old recipes and processes, the smell of freshly baked bread will greet you from afar.Along the way, your private guide shows you the hidden gems of Prague. You’ll get to know all the historic and cultural insights while munching on delicious food. Follow the route, and head to a butcher who turned real butchery back to life. Known for its purely Czech meat of high quality, this is a must taste.Your last two tastings will leave your mouth watering. Popular among locals for its friendliness, interior, and gorgeous wine, your local host will take you to an intimate, easygoing wine place. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the beautiful ambiance, before stepping back in time at one of the coziest café-patisserie in Prague. With an interior set to the 20s era, faded posters fill the walls and tall stools surround the traditional coffee bar area. You’re sure to enjoy a delicious house-made cake.Schedule: • Tasting 1: Start like a local - try a real Czech beer • Tasting 2: Enjoy delicious Hermelin cheese • Tasting 3: Go local with a pickled sausage • Tasting 4: Taste the Koliba cheese from the local cheese and meat seller • Tasting 5: Discover what locals eat before sleep (bread with egg spread) • Tasting 6: Visit the local butcher, and enjoy Czech sausage • Tasting 7: After so many tastings it is time for a glass of Czech wine • Tasting 8: Try out one of the best in town Parizsky Rohlicek • Tasting 9: Finish your tasty tour with a cup of coffee