Prague evening walking food tour

Prague evening walking food tour

This evening walking food tasting tour is a gastronomic journey through the hidden gems of  Prague Lesser Town. We will present Czech cuisine and its impact on daily life by tasting the amazing food and drinks.

Somewhere in Prague, you can find one extremely mysterious site, full of secrets, mystery and delicious. It’s called Lesser Town, and visitors of Prague often just passing around.

Spend a magical evening enjoying the mystery of this bit unknown, renaissance and baroque neighbourhood of Prague just around the Prague Castle. Although close to the tourist hotspots, your entertaining local guide will take you down through picturesque, tiny back cobblestone streets to discover some of the city’s most hidden treasures, admired for centuries by poets, painters, composers and writers.

Our guides will take you into cosy wine bars, tiny cafés and backyards bistros, to enjoy Prague’s best places, delicious food and drinks. Along your stroll, you will also visit many famous, but kind of undiscovered sites like the John Lennon Wall, Kampa Island and David Cerny’s sculptures. The whole tour will be finished very close to Prague National Theatre in the iconical Prague Café, more than hundred years old. A joyful evening in Europe’s most magical city!

 Together with our friendly guides, you will taste on five different stops:  traditional soup, delicious pastry and traditional Czech starters, surprisingly tasty main dish, and also unforgettable artisan dessert. All the places have been carefully chosen for you by our local foodies, so you can be sure we will take you to extraordinary places, ones that you donʼt even know they exist.

The expected end of the tour about 9.30 PM

Price includes: English-speaking guide, five different food tasting at five different stops, local beer or wine or non-alcoholic drink at every stop

Not included: Extra drinks ordered during the tour, tips for the guide (10-15% recommended)

Price: €99

Except for FRIDAYS 
5:30 pm (4 hours)