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Prague Food Tours

Prague Food Tours In this post I’m looking at Prague food tour options where the emphasis is on the food, it’s history, how it fits into the culture and how it’s constructed. Great conversation is fine but you’re paying for a food tour. Since 2014 Prague has become one of the best food tourism destinations … Read More

Naplavka Farmers Market

Naplavka Farmers Market There are different Farmer’s Markets around Prague running on different weekdays but generally they’ll all be open on Saturday. Naplavka (it means “on the embankment”) is a Saturday morning market from 8am although they do stretch it out to late afternoon to catch the “early dinner” crowd. It runs all year and … Read More

We Don’t Eat Zebra

We Don’t Eat Zebra It comes as a shock to people when they see Zebra on the menu, causing people to run for the doors screaming about protecting our stripy friends. But don’t worry, its not Zebra its Žebra which means “Ribs”. For a country with a large meat-eating diet it’s a meal which is … Read More

Prague Markets Pay By Weight Food

Prague Markets – Pay By Weight What You Need To Know In any of the Prague markets both internal or external there’ll be food stalls. People are used to things like fruit and vegetables being sold by the kilo but they don’t often associate it with food stalls. In Prague we divide these into “Fixed” … Read More

This is Bramborak with a portion of Zeli (sauerkraut) on the top

Prague Markets and Hot Street Food

Prague Markets and Street Food to Keep you Warm You’ll see all the options below at the Prague Christmas Markets and to a lesser extent at craft markets and fixed food concession stalls during the year. Everything below is explained along with many other tips on my Prague Christmas Markets Walking Tour. Where I mention … Read More

St Martins festival prague november 11th

ST Martins Festival in Prague

St Martins Festival in Prague St Martin’s Festival is technically a one-day event on November 11th but it does extend to the following weekend. Some festivals in wine-country i.e. Mikulov and major towns in Moravia, will be going for a week. It’s especially popular to visit the Moravian capital city, Brno, on this day as … Read More