Czech Food and Beer Tasting Basic Information
Just a nice wander through the Jewish Quarter and Old Town with a selection of food and drink included.
- 2.5 Hours Duration
- Native English Presentation
- Maximum 6 People
- Food and Drink Included (Over 18 if Alcohol is required)
- Old Town and Jewish Quarter Route
- Tickets are CZK845 including tour, food and drink
What You’ll See
This is a shortened version of the Old Town and Jewish Quarter tour in that you’ll see less of the Old Town part because we are stopping for various food and drink on the way round so it’s approximately 90 minutes walking and 1 hour eating and drinking. We start on the Old Town Square to see the Kinsky Palace, Jan Hus monument, ST Nicholas Church and then into the Jewish Quarter for our first beer. After that we continue in the Jewish Quarter to learn about and how best to explore the Pinkas Synagogue, Klausen Synagogue, Ceremonial Hall and Old Jewish Cemetery. Then a little bit of WW2 followed but some local architectural heritage, the Old/New Synagogue, Spanish Synagogue and the city monument to Franz Kafka. Then as we head back to the Old Town it’s time for your choice of Czech food and some beer tasting of 6 different beers (light, dark and fruit). Interesting conversation and Q&A as we go. Like the sound of it? Use the Calendar below to Select Date, Select Time and the required tickets or contact me if you have any questions.
We thoroughly enjoyed our morning with Jason! Our small group really came to understand the city's history, its people and special places. Jason also shared his favorite restaurants and and museums so that we could continue to explore on our own. Jason is a great...More
We booked the Old Town and Jewish Quarter tour with Jason and really enjoyed it! I recommend to start your stay in Prague with this tour, as it gives a good overview of the town's rich history. Because the tour starts at 9am (earlier than...More
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