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Czech Please: A Guide to Eating Out in Prague

21st December 2011 • Posted in Announcements

Dining out in Prague will rarely leave you disappointed as the Czech capital has some of the best restaurants and cafes in Europe. No matter what part of the city you are in you’ll find somewhere great to eat and drink, from traditional Prague delicacies to international fusion foods.

Prague Restaurants

Traditional restaurants are popular with visitors and you’ll find beef, duck and pork on the menu in almost every traditional restaurant. Dumplings, potatoes and goulash also feature heavily in local specialities.

Looking for the Best Value Restaurants

If you’re prepared to venture off the beaten path a little then this is where you’ll find some great restaurants overflowing with local diners. Josefov is situated north of the Old Town Square and offers some of the best value restaurants in Prague.

Budget Dining

If you’re on a budget or simply need something quick, cheap and filling, Wenceslas Square in the New Town is a good place to go. Here fast-food outlets and traditional cafes feed the thousands of party revellers, backpackers, and whoever else ends up in it.

There’s no better time than winter to take advantage of cheap flights to Prague at

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