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Tourist guide and good restaurants in Prague recommendations

Hello,
My husband and I will be in Prague in mid October and we are wondering if anybody can recommend a good and reasonable priced tourist guide in Prague. Also, we were wondering about good places to go to eat. We are a little concern with the language limitation, so any advice for places to eat will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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I'd highly recommend Martina Cermakova, who took a group of us through the Jewish Quarter and the Old Town, then a long ride to Krakow, over two days in June. She knows a lot about the city and Czech history, English is excellent. See http://www.praguetourguides.com/.

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Thanks, I will try to contact her. I appreciate it.

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12384 posts

My goodness, i didn't offer a suggestion because i couldn't remember her name. We used the same guide a lot of years ago. That photo on her web site was pretty old then. We generally hire a guide for part of a trip when going some place new and we hired her for a couple of days while in the Czech Republic. She was efficient and knowledgeable if not warm and cozy in her attitude. Still she is a known entity and was sufficient enough that if i needed a guide again i would hire her and even recommend her. i have to confess that I am pretty pucjy about service providers and probably too hard in my judgements.

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Chez Marcel and Pizzeria Rugantino were probably our two favorite places for meals. I also think the Hotel Hastal has a very good restaurant. Lastly - all of these places are in the Jewish district.

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Indian Jewel. One of the best meals I've had anywhere.