You Do Not Need To Be Stuck In Tourist Traps. Experience the Real Prague, Go Where The Locals GoPrague is visited by millions of tourists every year. Few tourist realize that just a block away from the tourist traps are where the locals eat, drinkMoreYou Do Not Need To Be Stuck In Tourist Traps. Experience the Real Prague, Go Where The Locals GoPrague is visited by millions of tourists every year. Few tourist realize that just a block away from the tourist traps are where the locals eat, drink and live.Imagine walking a block down a cobbled street and entering a completely different Prague.
Away from the crowds of tourist. Away from the tour groups, clicking cameras and tacky gift shops.The book will teach you everything you need to know to go where the locals go:how do I know a good restaurant from a not so good restaurant?how do I get there via the metro, tram, bus, or taxi?how do I read the menu?what kind of food will they serve?how do I communicate with the waiter?should I be scared of locals?why should a man always walk into a restaurant first?Besides helping you getting away from the tourist and experience the real Prague, this book will save you money.
In a restaurant catering to tourists a pint of beer costs 100 CZK ($5.50 USD), a block away at a local restaurant the exactly same beer costs 26 CZK ($1.40 USD).Here is whats in the book:---What Do You Feel Like Eating-Meat, Sauce, Dumpling-Breaded and Deep Fried-Reading The Menu---What Type Of Restaurant Do You Want-The Service Curse Of A Communist Restaurant-Beer Signs Tell You Where and What-Pilsner Urquell, Gambrinus - A Place To Eat A Good Meal With Quality Service and Ambiance-Krušovice, Kozel, Radegast, Budvar - A Place To Drink Beer, Smoke and Chat With ‘Professional’ Drinkers-Tourist Places To Avoid Eating And Drinking---How To Get To The Restaurant-You Need A Public Transit Ticket-You Need To Validate Your Ticket-Take The Metro-Take The Tram-Do not Take The Bus-Take A Taxi-Walk---Your At The Restaurant-Guy Enters A Bar...-Order A Beer-Water Is Not Free-Your Knife And Fork Speak To The Waiter-Zaplatíme (Ready To Pay)---How To Talk To A Waiter That Does Not Understand English---20 Local Restaurants With Good And Inexpensive Food