About G-Man's Guide To Prague and the Czech Republic
Why yet another guide to Prague?
I visited Prague in the summer of 2001 and instantly fell in love with the city, Czech beer and Czech culture. After my second visit in the autumn of 2001 for Pilsner Fest
159 on the flight back to the UK I wondered how I could spend more time in Prague/the Czech Republic. During the 100 minute flight I planned how to change my life
forever. The following day I quit my day job back in the UK and started my own company
. Within two months I was renting an apartment in Prague. My company
created it's own web site guide to Prague (amongst other projects) but 10 years later due to difficulties with my business partner leaving the company the site was sold off. The new owner has
neglected it and it's been lifeless for many years. Plus not only are many of the other guides out there so swamped with information it's hard to find what you want but a lot of them have
out of date/misleading information. As I have so much knowledge of Prague I thought why not create something simplistic with my own personal views and
information right on the ground, in the heart of the city, for you the dear reader. So here I present my own personal guide to Prague and the Czech Republic
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Oh and if you're teetotal or a vegetarian you might not like what I publish here/tweet. If you're teetotal, Prague is not an ideal place - it really is full of beer
including pubs that have your own beer tap at the table where you can pour as much beer
as you can afford (and that's a lot because it's so cheap - beer is often cheaper than water here!). If you're vegetarian I have at least made a small effort on your behalf to list some of the places in Prague that are vegetarian/vegan friendly
(but only because it's funny seeing bacon and even chicken listed on Czech menus in the vegetarian
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