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The What and Where of Eating in Prague

First of all, wishing everyone a cheerful 2016, with lots of love, success and surprises! I know this post is a bit late in the coming, I have just been putting it off for one reason or the other, mainly because I haven’t really felt inclined to write over the past few weeks. And it surprised me, this lack of inclination, since I have always been over enthusiastic about my blog. Without getting into the reasons, let me just say that I am now tying to get back on track :-), and I do hope to be more disciplined with my posts in 2016! Moving on to the current topic, which as you all know is my absolute favorite; FOOD ;-). I had published a post on my top 5 things to do in Prague, in which I have also written about how blown away I was with my culinary experience there. I sampled some great street food such as Tredlnik, hot wine, pasta, meats and so much more. But Prague is as much about it’s café’s and restaurants …

Explore Prague – My top 5 things to do

Prague is a beautiful city and you will probably not meet another person who says otherwise. With its winding alleys and cobbled streets, architecture, castles, museums, churches and of course the cheap beer, you will always have enough to explore.  But I wouldn’t dare generalize Prague as only vintage – the city has its quirks like you wouldn’t imagine. Think men statues peeing water on the street, giant babies guarding the entrance to a museum, a ghostly procession at night on Charles Bridge. Chalk and cheese indeed go together, only in Prague ;-). The popular attractions such as Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Astronomical Clock etc. will pop up on the internet as “must-sees” if you do a simple search. I will admit here that while I didn’t skip these totally, I didn’t spend significant amounts of time either, to offer you any deep insight. To be frank, I am not really big on museums and churches and buildings, as beautiful as they may be – I can see them in passing, even appreciate their beauty, but …