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The Best Prague Vegan Guide: Where to Eat & Explore

Updated July 13, 2023

This enchanting “city of a hundred spires,” is like stepping into a fairytale.

It’s hard not to fall in love with this magical city — cobblestone streets filled with medieval architecture, gold-tipped spires, courtyards, bridges over the Vltava River, and much more to delight your eyes.

Aside from being enamored by its beauty, your taste buds are also going to enjoy Prague! The vegan food scene is on fire in Prague — this vegan travel guide will help you find loads of vegan restaurants, markets, hotels, and so much more.

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Is Prague Vegan-Friendly?

Holy smokes, Prague is a vegan hot spot! Anyone vegan or veg-curious needs to get there asap! The city is home to nearly 30 vegan and vegetarian restaurants (plus loads of veggie-friendly ones) and multiple vegan markets — how amazing is that? Vegans will not miss out on anything when visiting Prague.

Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in Prague

Palo Verde Bistro

Žitná 45, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia
Everything at this sweet little vegan café is absolutely stunning! You’ll want to start the day with a stack of crispy waffles topped with coconut whipped cream, then come back for house-made pasta with a rich Bolognese sauce! Just make sure you save room for one of their amazing desserts!

multiple light gray blue bowls and plates filled with vegan soup, curry, and a burger in prague
Credit: Palo Verde Bistro

bistRAW & Tea

Londýnská 623/30, 120 00 Vinohrady, Czechia
When you need a break from decadent eats, check out this 100% gluten-free, vegan, and raw café! The colorful cuisine includes zesty tacos, fruity smoothies, healthy salads, and more.

Moment Bistro

Slezská 62, 120 00 Praha 2-Vinohrady, Czechia
If you’re looking for veganized Czech specialties, check out this spot! Enjoy comforting bowls of goulash, plump dumplings, and loads of other options.

a white oval plate with little blue flowers filled with vegan czech food in prague
Credit: Moment Bistro


Rašínovo nábř. 409, 120 00 Nové Město, Czechia
As the name suggests, this casual vegan spot is all about the plants! Aside from a delightful mix of globally-inspired fare, they also have a small shop! You can load up on vegan essentials like sweets and wine (essential in my book)!

Veggie Garden

Pobřežní 394, 186 00 Praha 8-Karlín, Czechia
You should eat every meal here! This vegan café can help you start your day with gorgeous cinnamon rolls, then delight you with bowls of piping hot noodles, and after, you can’t miss one of their epic house-made desserts!  

a large white bowl filled with a vegan orange sauce, white rice, tofu, and veggies in prague
Credit: Veggie Garden


Krymská 24, 101 00 Praha 10-Vršovice, Czechia
This vegetarian restaurant has a fantastic lineup of specialties, from hearty goulash to fried rice noodles! One interesting note, if you don’t like it, you don’t pay! I can’t imagine anyone not enjoying this lineup.


Smíchov CZ, Nádražní 54/102, Anděl, 150 00 Praha 5, Czechia
It’s hard not to love a spot that serves bowls of creamy risotto, house-made mushroom pate, and Pad Thai. This mix of cuisine and flavors is out of this world!

white plate with layed vegan vegetable dish, potatoes covered in a brown gravy in prague
Credit: Pastva

Forrest Bistro

Londýnská 216, 120 00 Praha 2-Vinohrady, Czechia
Vegan Asian cuisine and espresso!? Count me in! The small menu also features a few American favorites, just in case coconut curry isn’t your jam.

two light gray bowls filled with vegan curry on a wood table in prague
Credit: Forrest Bistro

MyRaw Café

Dlouhá 39, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia
Right around the corner from Prague’s Old Town is another fantastic vegan spot for raw, nutrient-dense cuisine! Their menu features beautiful pancakes with cashew cream, avocado tartare, noodles, and more.

Vegan’s Prague

36, Nerudova 221, Malá Strana, 118 00 Praha 1, Czechia
This charming little vegan spot sits below Prague Castle — the perfect place when you need a sightseeing break! Their menu features a great mix of cuisine from burgers to Buddha bowls, but the real star of the show is their vegan Czech specialties! You shouldn’t miss the goulash with tempeh and save room for a fruit dumpling or a gluten-free raw cake!

vegan burger with a giant knife sticking in the top in front of old buildings in prague
Credit: Vegan’s Prague


Jungmannovo nám. 764/4, 110 00 Můstek, Czechia
This small family-owned vegan café is right in the heart of Prague’s Old Town and the perfect place for a healthy boost! Enjoy veggie-packed salads, fresh smoothies, house-made soups, and much more.


Letohradská 755/50, 170 00 Praha 7-Holešovice, Czechia
If you’re craving a slice of cheesy pizza, check out the menu at this vegan spot! Their pizza menu is practically a mile long and even includes gluten-free options. Aside from pizza, you can also enjoy a mix of creative burgers. 

one large round vegan pizza covered in cheese and arugula on a wood table in prague
Credit: Chutnej

Maitrea Restaurace

Týnská ulička 1064/6, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia
For a true mix of globally-inspired fare, check out this vegetarian restaurant. The regular menu features traditional Czech specialties along with inspiration from Italy, Asia, and more. They also have a daily menu with even more deliciousness.

white bowl filled with vegan tomato pasta and topped with basil with a glass of white wine next to it in prague
Credit: Maitrea Restaurant


Krásova 13, 130 00 Praha 3-Žižkov, Czechia
Less than a 20-minute walk from Prague’s main train station is another amazing spot to enjoy veganized Czech favorites over a pint of cold beer! This is the perfect stop if you’re arriving in Prague or leaving by train.


U Rajské zahrady 809, 130 00 Praha 3-Žižkov, Czechia
Can you believe there is a vegan pub in Prague?This incredible spot is the best place to treat yourself to incredible comfort food — fully loaded burgers, crispy onion rings, fish-free fish, and more! And, if you’re not a beer drinker, no worries; they have plenty of non-alcoholic options.

a small rectangle bowl filled with creamy vegan mac and cheese and topped with green onions in front of greenery in prague
Credit: Belzepub

Dhaba Beas

Vladislavova 24, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia
Sometimes deciding what to eat can be challenging, but if you come to this vegetarian spot, you don’t have to! This self-serve spot features traditional Indian, Thai, Vietnamese and Czech cuisine — you can load up with as much or as little as you want and pay by weight.

Sociální bistro Střecha

Křemencova 7, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia
This is more than a vegan restaurant — this socially-conscious business employs people who have been in prison or are homeless, giving them a fresh start. Their menu is an eclectic mix of cuisine; everyone can find something to love.


Nádražní 349/3, 150 00 Praha 5-Smíchov, Czechia
This retro vegan diner has all your junk food needs — hot dogs, loaded French fries, burgers, and even veganized Hungarian and Czech cuisine.

one vegan piza close up with white cream sauce, pickled onions, and herbs with a vegan burger behind it in prague

Linh’s Vegan Corner

Havelská 508/9, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia
After checking out the Prague Astronomical Clock, pop into this vegan Vietnamese café! Aside from bowls of piping hot Pho, they also serve sushi and creative burgers (think bright green buns!).


Na Poříčí 25/1067, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia
Crispy fries and juicy vegan kebabs are on the menu at this vegan fast-casual spot! You can enjoy savory kebab meat wrapped in a house-made pita or a bowl covered with creamy tzatziki.

a vegan kebab wrap cut in half and one half is propped on the other on a black plate in prague
Credit: Mooi

Country Life

Multiple locations throughout Prague
If you like sampling a little bit of everything, you must check out this vegan buffet just around the corner from Old Town Square. It’s also right next door to a health food store in case you need to stock up on any essentials!


Veleslavínova 93/10, 110 00 Josefov, Czechia
This fast-casual chain has a little bit of everything — vegan burgers, wraps, sushi, and more!

Vegan Breakfast or Brunch Spots in Prague

Isn’t your day just a little better when it starts with a stack of fluffy vegan pancakes? Check out these awesome spots for breakfast or brunch when you’re in Prague!

Veggie Garden

Pobřežní 394, 186 00 Praha 8-Karlín, Czechia
Breakfast is served Monday – Friday at this little vegan café and includes gorgeous, fluffy cinnamon rolls, muffins, toast, and much more.  

Palo Verde Bistro

Žitná 45, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia
You can’t skip the stunning lineup of breakfast items here! Gorgeous golden waffles topped with whipped cream, chickpea omelets, and hearty oatmeal — you’ll need to come more than once!

a large stack of golden vegan waffles topped with pecans, apples, and whipped cream in prague
Credit: Palo Verde Bistro

My Raw Café

Dlouhá 39, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia
This raw, vegan spot has a beautiful all-day breakfast menu featuring pancakes with cashew cream, porridge, apple crepes, and more.

Moment Bistro

Slezská 62, 120 00 Praha 2-Vinohrady, Czechia
Every day this vegan café has a terrific lineup of house-made baked goods, toast, berry-filled bowls, specialty coffee, and more to get your day started!

three white plates in a triangle filled with vegan english breakfast, berries, and a chickpea omelet in prague
Credit: Moment Bistro

Veget Bistro Café

Štěpánská 631, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia
This vegetarian bistro is right near Wenceslas Square and has an excellent lineup of gluten-free eats for breakfast and lunch.


Letohradská 755/50, 170 00 Praha 7-Holešovice, Czechia
This vegan pizza and burger joint adds a mix of traditional breakfast favorites to its lineup on Saturday and Sunday, like fluffy pancakes and creamy porridge.

a collage of vegan breakfast items that include a fulle english breakfast, tea, and berries in prague
Credit: Chutnej

Vegan & Vegan-Friendly Bakeries & Ice Cream in Prague

Whether you’re craving vegan donuts or a scoop of the creamiest ice cream, you’ll find it in Prague!

Blue Vegan Pig Shop

240/76, Francouzská, Vinohrady, 101 00, Czechia
No pigs were turned blue in the making of these mouthwatering vegan donuts! Whether you’re looking for a chocolate-covered donut with sprinkles or one stuffed with custard, you’ll find it here!

a boxof 12 colorful vegan donuts sitting on a hot pink table in prague
Credit: Blue Vegan Pig Shop

MyRaw Café

Na Struze 5, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia
Aside from gorgeous raw, vegan eats, this café also makes absolutely stunning cakes, pies, tarts, and more!

a single slice of raw vegan chocolate cake with strawberries in front of a whole chocolate cake in prague
Credit: My Raw Café

Share Sweet Bar

Revoluční 18, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia
If you loved Palo Verde, then you’ll love its little sister sweet spot! Their menu includes stunning cakes, tarts, specialty coffee, and more.

two white vegan macaroons with cream and raspberries in the middle on a black plate in prague
Credit: Share Sweet Bar

Creme de la Crème

Multiple locations throughout Prague
This vegan-friendly gelato shop has a terrific lineup of creamy vegan ice creams and sorbets — isn’t it so lovely to have both options?

Vegan Shops & Markets in Prague

There aren’t too many cities in the world where you can find a vegan market — in Prague; you’ll find more than one!

World Vegan

Na Poříčí 1067/25, 110 00 Petrská čtvrť, Czechia
Whether you’re looking for fresh produce or vegan chocolate, you’ll find it at Prague’s largest vegan market! Aside from food, you’ll also find cosmetics, supplements, books, and more.

two bottles of orange vegan wine sitting on a counter in world of vegan in prague
Credit: World Vegan

Country Life

Melantrichova 15, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia
Right next to the Country Life vegan buffet restaurant is its sister health food store. Its city center location is ideal if you need to pick up something quickly or want to check out what vegan products are available in Prague!

inside of the vegan market country life in prague
Credit: Country Life

Puro Shop

Sarajevská 29, 120 00 Vinohrady, Czechia
Just about 30 minutes (walking) from Prague’s Old Town Square is another vegan market! Like at World of Vegan, this natural shop has all your favorite vegan essential products + more!

Vegan-Friendly Hotels in Prague

When you’re deciding where to stay in Prague, you can’t go wrong with these two centrally-located, vegan-friendly hotels!

Salvator Boutique Hotel

Žitná 1656, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia
This modern hotel is perfect for two reasons, First, it is attached to the charming vegan restaurant, Palo Verde Bistro and second, it is located right in the heart of Prague! You’ll wake up to delicious vegan waffles, baked goods, fresh coffee, and more! But, if you’re not a morning person, no worries, the kitchen is open all day!

Book Salvator Boutique
bright modern guestroom with a large double bed with white linen with a lager window and two red chairs in front of it at the salvator boutique hotel in prague
Credit: Salvator Hotels

What to do in Prague

Visit Old Town

This is a popular spot in Prague and for good reason! It’s a great spot to take in the city’s gorgeous architecture, enjoy live music, or just kick back at an open-air café. Old Town is home to many historic attractions including the Prague Astronomical Clock, the Church of St. Nicholas, the Church of Our Lady before Týn, the Kinský Palace, among others. During the holiday season, the square is transformed into a Christmas market.

the medieval face of the Prague astronomical Clock

Enjoy the beauty of Petrin Park

This is one of the city’s largest parks — it’s a great place to capture beautiful views of the city and take a break from the hustle and bustle of sightseeing. There are many things to check out in the park including a beautiful rose garden (Rosarium), Nebozízek Garden, a wooden mirror maze (Zrcadlové bludiště), Seminary Garden along with a small café. You will also find something that resembles the Eifel Tower — the Petrín Observation Tower. It’s worth climbing the 299 stairs for a great view of the city. If you need a break from walking you can always take the Petrin funicular from Ujezd street in Mala Strana.

view of the city of prague from a clearing in the trees at petrin park

Tour Prague Castle

The imposing fortress is hard to miss as it looms overhead — no matter where you are in the city. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Prague Castle is the most famous castle in the Czech Republic and one of the largest in the world. Behind the castle is a small street called the Golden Lane. It was once home to Franz Kakfa who wrote many stories, including “The Castle” during his stay. The castle grounds are beautiful and free to check out, all other sites require a ticket. It is also a popular spot for movie filming in Prague. If you plan to visit, I suggest booking a tour, or at least purchase your tickets, in advance.

Catch a concert or just enjoy the ambiance of Wallenstein Garden

The storybook gardens outside of the Wallenstein Palace (home to the Czech Republic Senate) are filled with beautiful fountains, koi ponds, and strolling peacocks. During the summer, it is also a great spot to catch a concert.  One very eye-catching part of the garden is the eerie dripstone wall, which is quite a change from the lush greenery.

Prague Garden dripstone prague vegan guide

Take a day trip to the Terezin Memorial  

While you’re in Prague I think it is important to plan a trip to the Terezin concentration camp. Just 43 miles north of the city is a small sleepy town where over 33,000 people lost their lives. Terezin was used as a transition camp to move prisoners to other extermination camps and as a place of “retirement” for seniors.

Many older, wealthy Jews were tricked into thinking this was a safe haven where they could stay while hiding from the Nazis. The camp also created propaganda films to show the world that no one was being treated unfairly and the living conditions were humane. You can get to Terezin on your own, but I think the best way to visit is with an official guide. There are many tours, we booked one through Viator which also allowed us to visit the museum, Jewish cemetery, and crematorium.

prague Terezin Memorial

More Things To Do in Prague

The official currency is the Czech Crown (CZK). Some places will accept Euros but if you’re paying in cash it’s a good idea to carry Czech Crowns on you just incase.

How to Get Around Prague

Coming From The Airport

If you’re coming from the Prague airport, the only public transport option is the bus. To get to the city center, take the 119 bus (Terminal 1/Terminal 2 ) which will take you to the Veleslavín train station. From there you can change to metro Line A (green line) to continue your journey.

Another option is to grab a taxi or book your transport in advance. The official taxi partners for the airport are FIX TAXI and Taxi Praha. Taxis and private transport is approximately 975 CZK ($40). You can find them in the Arrival Hall for Terminals 1 and 2. Since we were going to have a really long day of travel we decided to book private transport and it worked out great.

Getting Around The City

While you’re in Prague, it is easy to get around with public transportation, especially with the metro and by foot. There are three metro lines, and they intersect with many attractions, making it easy to get from point A to B. A tram is also an option; buses are used more on the outskirts of town. There are a couple public transportation passes — a 24-hr. pass is 120 CZK ($5) and a 72-hr. pass is 330 CZK ($14). You can purchase tickets at metro stations throughout town.

Prague Tourist Card

If you plan to check out many of the major sights, you might want to consider purchasing a Prague Card. The cards are valid for 2 – 4 days and include free entry to 80+ sights and discounts to others. The basic card doesn’t come with free public transport use, but there is a an upgraded Prague Card for 2, 3 or 5 days that includes it.

Exploring More of Europe?

There are many other vegan-friendly European cities to check out and I’ve done all the planning for you! Check out these other vegan guides and articles.

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The Complete Vienna Vegan Travel Guide
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Rebecca is the creator of Veggies Abroad, which was born from her love of travel, and the question she gets asked after every trip, "What in the world did you eat?" Her blog is a one-stop vegan travel planning spot with mouthwatering lineups of vegan food, action-packed travel guides, practical travel tips, and much more! Follow her adventures on Instagram or Facebook @veggiesabroad