Travel smart. Go beyond the sights. Experience the local.
Of course you came to Prague to see the Charles Bridge and the Prague Castle. We totally understand. But we want to give you an alternative: see the city from the local’s perspective. Explore Prague more in depth. Get a better understanding of the people. In our eyes, our experiences are so much more than just “Prague food tours”. We want to explain the Czechs: who we are, where we are coming from, and where we are heading.
What do we offer?
Prague Food Tour
A guided tour of the best restaurants in Prague. Skip the tourist traps and follow dedicated Prague foodies to see where the locals love to eat and drink, what Prague’s best food tastes like, and what is the mission of the people behind it. Great food and lots of fun in a small group!
Prague Foodie MAP
A curated collection of our tips for the best restaurants in Prague, along with Prague's best coffee shops, bars, pubs and design shops. Don’t waste time in Prague on mediocre experiences. Skip the forgettable and just have the really good stuff. Available for download now!
Private Moravian Wine Tour
A tour of the Moravian wine country in search for the most interesting and the best Moravian wines. Explore the terroir with the local Moravian winemakers. Far from the madding crowds of the big city. Just slow down, relax, and have some fun!
Our Prague Apartment
Our Prague rental apartment is not just a place to sleep and store your luggage. You can relax, stay in late or come in early, and soak in the atmosphere Prague and the cool, artsy Letna district. The only downside? Leaving the apartment is harder than you think.
From our Prague Food Blog:
Our Prague Food Tours in a nutshell:
We don't like crowds. And we're sorry, but ten is not a "small group". We limit the size of our groups to seven (bigger families or groups of friends are welcome, too, of course).
We're not live audio guides. We want you to ask, too. We love to meet travelers and share what we love about Prague. Wandering what Czech pop music is like? What health insurance we pay? How we feel about the EU? Just ask!
Guests are people, too.
Forget about guides and clients. Why so serious? We don't see ourselves as "guides" but as local friends who will show you the food we love in the places we love.
We don't repeat things that are in every guide book: we are a supplement to them, showing you things that your guide book missed. Things that matter to us as locals and that may otherwise be hidden to short-term visitors.