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Taste the traditional Slovak food locals love to eat in Bratislava and learn about the local beer culture. We will take you to locally-loved food spots, creative beer projects, craft producers and traditional family run businesses to show you the best of Slovak produce.
You’ll get to taste a freshly brewed beer from a local brewery and the best of traditional Slovakian cuisine dominated by meat (especially pork) & dumplings.
Your local guide will explain you the stories behind everything you eat, plus you’ll uncover hidden local treasures folded into side streets. We recommend you arrive hungry and curious. There is no better way to really experience Bratislava like a local.
€65/person (2 persons)
€59/person (3 – 5 persons)
€54/person (6 – 10 persons)
€45/person (11 – 20 persons)
GROUPS OVER 20 PERSONS: WE WILL SEND YOU A CUSTOMIZED PRICE PROPOSAL.
Booked the food and beer tour for a stag do – was a great activity for the daytime and we had a great guide, Daniela. The beer overall was really tasty and we definitely went to some places in the city that we wouldn’t have ventured on our own. The activity would be suitable for smaller groups/couples and in particular, craft beer enthusiasts. There was quite a bit of food along the way too and we were left really full at the end. Daniela gave us some recommendations at the end which were great.
JReading, Ireland, May 2019
We had an excellent tour with Daniela visiting a number of different restaurants and pubs throughout the town. The food and drinks were amazing at each place, and it was great to get off the beaten path to discover restaurants and shops more outside of the ‘tourist’ areas that we would have never walked in on our own.
Kali, Pennsylvania, USA, August 2017
Really good tour, the guide explained the origins of the food and drink served with us so we had understanding of the history and how the locals view the food. There was lots of food and drink so very well fed. I struggled to finish everything, which is a sign of great value of money.
Chui, UK, April 2018