Rudderless in Prague


Prague Videos

Rudderless has found its way to Prague. In Part one, host Christopher Rudder learns some Czech words, passes through the Jewish Quarter, and the old town (Astronomical Clock, Church of Our Lady before Týn) then it’s beer and a view at the Dancing House.

In Part 2, host Christopher Rudder cross a very old bridge, then beer, the dessert. We find out what makes Czech Republic crystal so popular, dine out on Goulash before Prague Castle.

I still have an accent. But when I return to Prague, I speak the language yet do not know what they are talking about.

Peter Sis

Writer & Illustrator

Prague Eats

The obvious food of choice in Prague is beer. The first stop was this quaint little 50’s style diner called the Illusion Factory. Delicious eggs, toast and coffee. Great. The other high light and must try is Beef Goulash. We stumbled across a little place called Cafe Bercher which severed up one mouth water helping of the Goulash. Lets face though. Beer is what one needs to try while here, so I suggest a drink or two or three at the Prague Beer Museum. I personally enjoyed the Velen. Honey smooth ummm. Anyways, with over 300 something choices you have enough selection to choose a different beer, at different times, throughout the day during the duration of your trip. Enjoy

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  • Ooh yes, love the welcome page pic and this post, I’m so excited for my trip! I’m not a beer drinker, but, the architecture, food, and culture just beckons me. Side note, I’m unable to view the vids, they aren’t clickable or have you just not activated it?

  • Gotta say i love the Czech beer, its nearly as good as the Bavarian beer. I remember having a goulash on the castle side just off Charles bridge was an amazing meal. We are hoping to head back to Prague next northern winter. It will be 10 years since we were last in Prague

    • Yes I agree. Czech beer and Bavarian which I think includes Belgium. If not then Belgium beer too!!! Goulash is a great dish. I hope you have an amazing time on your return to Prague. Its a beautiful city!

  • Karla Ramos

    my favorite in prague was the goulash 🙂 I loved it a lot.

  • Lesley

    I love a good beer and the food there… maybe it’s best I don’t visit again 😉

    • Hahaha i totally hear you. But Prague is so beautiful it deserves a second go around!!!

  • Love your pictures of Prague. Would love to visit for the architecture. Not a beer fan though, but would be interested in trying the goulash and discovering more. The plan is to go to Prague in the next 18 months…Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Thank you 🙂 The archetecture is stunning, the goulash is delicious. I hope you love it as much as i did!

  • I love this city and your pictures do it justice, great job.

  • Bethaney

    I’m scared to watch this video before dinner because I’m SO hungry right now!!! I’ve heard the food in the Czech Republic is surprisngly delicious. Will come back and watch the video later when I’m not utterly starving.

  • Barbie Biik

    Your photos make me miss Prague. Beautiful photos.

  • Karilyn (NoBackHome)

    I love Prague! I was last there in 2000, so I definitely need another visit. I don’t drink, but this makes me want to experience it all there!!

  • Joe Ankenbauer

    Amazing photos! I loved the videos as well! Makes me want to go back ASAP!

    • Thank you so much…Yes go back and have a Czech beer!!!

  • jasongoesto

    The photos are superlatively beautiful… And I like your theme too or is it a plugin that positions the photos in?

    • Thank you. The theme I use for my website is called Divi. It allows you to create your website the way you want. The picture arrangement is just one of the Divi features. Divi Theme is made by Elegant Themes. Hope it helps 🙂

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