What is a typical breakfast in Prague?

What do people in Prague eat for breakfast?

Bread with something. That would probably be the most common answer if you asked a Czech what they usually have for breakfast.

White Bread

  • doughnuts filled with jam.
  • yeast cakes with quark or poppy seeds.
  • apple strudel.
  • Czech koláče (breakfast kolaches)

What is typical breakfast?

In the United States, breakfast often consists of either a cereal or an egg-based dish. However, pancakes, waffles, toast, and variants of the full breakfast and continental breakfast are also prevalent.

How do you say goodnight in Czech?

Basic Czech Phrases

  1. YES = ANO (ano)
  2. NO = NE (ne)
  3. PLEASE = PROSÍM (proseem)
  4. THANK YOU = DEvKUJI VAM (dyekooyi vam)
  5. GOOD MORNING = DOBRÉ RÁNO (dobrye rano)
  6. GOOD AFTERNOON = DOBRÉ ODPOLEDNE (dobrye odpoledne)
  7. GOOD NIGHT = DOBROU NOC (dobroh nots)
  8. HELLO = DOBRY’ DEN (dobree den)

What do Czechs eat for dinner?

The evening meal is usually no more than a plate of cold meats and condiments eaten with bread and washed down with a glass of beer.

  • Roast Pork. …
  • Dumplings. …
  • Svíčková …
  • Goulash. …
  • Beer Snacks. …
  • Desserts.

What is Becherovka good for?

Becherovka is said to have healing properties that work good as a digestive aid and a cold cure. It is sold in pretty small bottles because the alcohol content is so high (76 proof) that the most popular way to drink it is to have everyone at the table to take a shot after a heavy meal.

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What should I avoid in Prague?

What to Avoid in Prague: Tourist Schlock

  • Karlova Street. …
  • Concerts — or anything for that matter – sold by people in period costumes. …
  • Wenceslas Square at Night. …
  • Astronomical Clock Show on the Hour. …
  • Prague’s Scams and Overcharging at Tourist Restaurants.

What is the national drink of Prague?


Type Bitters
Country of origin Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
Introduced 1807
Alcohol by volume 38%
Colour Yellow

What drink is Prague famous for?

The staple hot alcohol drink in Prague is Hot Mulled Wine. You’ll see signs for Mulled Wine, Gluwein or in Czech it’s Svarák.