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We had the pleasure of both being on the food tour and staying at the apartment for 3 nights. During our stay we had constant (and very patient) advisement from Jan, regarding anything and everything – where to go, what to see, where to eat, how to get there. Even before our stay, they were extremely helpful with lengthy email replies that helped us plan our very busy 4 days in Prague. We also used their ToP booklet constantly, and thanks to it got the best coffee, best restaurants and best hidden gems of Prague. We did the Foodie tour and it was incredible. 1600 excellent reviews on TA are electricity vocabulary not slightly mistaken. It surprised me on so many levels, perhaps because it was very different than a food tour we did in Amsterdam (which was also great, but very different). It was a tour of the best food of Prague, and not only the best Czech food. Jan was an amazing guide – we got a lot of history (and from a native), a lot of funny stories, a lot of personal stories, and mostly a LOT of food. The food was various – from standing up for a bite or a drink to sitting in a fancy restaurant for numerous courses – and always fantastic. If we had the time we would probably return to many of the places we visited (especially Nase Maso and Eska). The apartment was exactly as advertised (and exactly how it looks in the photos) – cool, spacious (about 60 square meters) and clean, comfy bed, very nice kitchen with everything you need (including a fridge, micro, Nespresso coffee machine, tea, milk, fruits, chocolate, muesli, etc.), big hot shower with good water pressure (many towels, shampoo and soaps – you don’t need to bring a thing!), and a living room with a full entertainment system. You can see that they really thought of everything and didn electricity billy elliot backing track’t spare on a single detail. Regarding the location – It is not central but it is about 15-20 min walk to old town, or 2-3 tram stops away. Letna is quite nice with a HUGE park with wonderful views, and many restaurants in a 5 min radius (including the cool Mr hot dog for a quick bite and Margaritas). Thank you Jan and Zuzi for making our Prague weekend perfect. Thanks to you, I really think we got the best experience, and got the most of our very busy days (definitely when it comes to food!). Hope to see you again in the future !!

We previously left a review of the classic Taste of Prague tour which was already awesome but we felt we had to add to our review after experimenting the 10-star-worth, amazing and memorable Moravia tour we went on last month!!!! We booked the Moravia region tour only a couple months after doing the classic Taste of Prague tour. It was by far the best tour we have ever been on (and we’ve seen a lot!) Jan is the most thoughtful and nicest guide ever. We had a 2.5hrs drive to and from Moravia and he took that time to tell us tons of interesting stories. We had some great conversations, he was relly easy-going and understanding of the fact that English was not our first language, patiently answered our tons of questions about the Czech Republic and national gas average 2007 treated us like friends the whole way through. He thought of the little things (snacks, warm blanket, water, etc.) and even brought presents! He was there with us the whole time, discreetely settled our visits (no awkwardness yay!) and translated a lot of the interesting information provided by the wine makers. Our first stop was at Sonberg, a pretty large producer in the area. We were greeted by Tasha there who told us all about the company, their processes and products. We could see inside the facilities and explore the winery. We had several samples of different wines to compare in the beautiful tasting room with a view of the Palama hill. We then proceeded to a smaller winery, where we had the opportunity to discover the wine making process, observe the bottling, taste straight from the barrell and hear tons of stories from the passionate owner. We were served a delicious homemade gas after eating yogurt lunch: the best onion soup I’ve ever had followed by pork with potatoes and veggies and a homemade pink cake. Several wines were pourred and we had the best view of the wineyard all the while learning more about the wineey with the owner. They were incredibly welcoming!!!!! The last winery was literally in a home. We were invited into the owner’s basement where he and his son told us all about their wines. It was really fun to discover their story, taste straight from the barrell and getting our own bottle literally labelled right electricity 101 youtube in front of us! They also had snacks for us and they were fun to interract with! After all this wine drinking and eating we weren’t really in the mood to do a fancy dinner as planned. Jan took the matter in his own hands, cancelled our reservation, suggested another more meat-driven, more easy-going restaurant where he made a reservation and even guided us all the way to our table. He made great recommendations for our night in Brno and took us back to the airport the next day. He was so kind and patient and did everything in his power to make sure we were having the time of our life and everything worked out perfectly. Amazing fun filled stress free tour that I would recommend in a heartbeat!!!

If you’re in Prague for the first time get on a tour with these guys as soon as possible. We did, we loved it. We took the 4 hour ‘Prague Foodie Tour’. We had excellent communication with the ‘Taste of Prague’ team from our very first email enquiry. They will do everything they can to help you. Max group size is usually 8 people tops. Once you have paid your deposit they will email you their brilliant and comprehensive ‘Taste of Prague Guide Book’. It’s up to date and very well researched. We tried lots of the places recommended and they were all well worth a visit. There are no adverts in the guide and no sponsorship from the establishments 7 gas laws included, Nice touch. They also have a foodie blog which is bang up to date with new additions. The ‘Prague Foodie Tour’ was wonderful from the first refreshing gulp of frothy pilsner beer to the last mouthful of fruit pudding. Our tour guide was Anna who was fabulous, she didn’t miss a beat. She spoke perfect English and was an excellent communicator. Most of all she was great fun and involved the whole group in each experience. We even received a fun email from Anna the day after the tour which included every place we had visited and every food and drink we had tasted as well as other information we had asked for. Anna and the Taste of Prague team are a shining light in this industry, real trailblazers. Don’t hesitate to book this tour, we were so glad we did.