Poland is known for its hearty cuisine. So we followed the traces of the sweeter dishes of Krakow and found a few “sins” we would like to recommend.
Food and Drink
On our travels we have discovered some restaurants, pubs, bars and snack bars. We would like to introduce you to those who liked us very much.
A little tip from us for your travels!
As we prepared our trip we came across a video about a so-called food tour. We took this as inspiration to further google food tours in Krakow. “Free Walking Tours Krakow” offers a Food Tour Krakow – not free.
I am a confessing sweet tooth and I discovered the sweet treats of Prague for me. From chocolate to pastries, everyone finds a reason to sin in Prague!
Restaurants of all price categories populate the streets of Prague. But with some research, you can eat well at reasonable prices.
The Czech food is hearty, meaty and really delicious. But you should pay attention when out and about in Prague. Especially the restaurants in the Old Town area often lure tourists in with “cheap” menus, which can quickly become really expensive through hidden costs and extra charges.
We wanted to drink good fresh brewed beer in Bratislava. And we certainly would have if we had not found something much better.