Exploring Prague: Brews and Views tour with Eating Prague

Prague is famous the world over for its beer so when I was offered the chance to try Eating Prague Brews and Views tour, I was very excited to see what they had in mind. Brews and Views is a brand new 3.5 hour tour celebrating the country's proud history of beer and local food specialities. Partnering with international beer expert Evan Rail, the company has made it their mission to introduce visitors to the hidden Prague.

Starting off at the wonderful Letna beer garden, we all admired the stunning view over the city as we learnt about the history of Czech beer. After we finished the first drink, we headed down the step to start exploring the city. Our guide was absolutely fantastic - so knowledgable and so friendly. It makes things so much more interesting when you're listening to someone so passionate about what they're talking about. I don't want to spoilt to much about the tour in case you go on it yourself but I will give you my highlights. And insist that you most definitely book it if you ever find yourself in Prague! One tip I will offer is, make sure you go hungry as there's a lot of food to be enjoyed!

The food. Oh the food. We stopped off to try a hotdog at Nase Maso - right next to their butchers shop. Oh my word, it was so delicious that we went back a second time after the tour. Try their meat loaf too!

My favourite bar was T-Anker. Located on top of the Kotva communist department store, it's totally hidden away. But once you get the lift to the top, you're greeted with some of my favourite views of the city. With outside tables, it's a great place to whittle away a few hours enjoying the atmosphere.

As a Brit, I'm pretty fussy about my scotch egg but my taste buds were won over in Prague. Maso a Kobliha has a shabby chic cafe vibe but is owned by a famous chef named Paul Day. The scotch eggs were perfectly cooked inside juicy sausage meat and encrusted in crispy bread crumbs. I really wish I didn't have to share them! The beer was pretty tasty too and complimented the food well.

Thanks for such an amazing few hours guys!

Tours run Tuesday to Saturday and kick things off at 2.30pm before ending at around 6pm. Tickets cost €65.


  1. oooh this looks great. I'm currently looking at pub crawl/evening walking tours in Berlin xx

  2. Beer, food, and views. This sounds like a great idea.


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