I met up with Imogen for the Breakfast Tour shortly after 8 due to my morning foginess and what ensues was a sheer pleasure and delight. It turned out that I was alone on this tour, which was so fortunate for me as it meant that I had Imogen and her wealth of information and anecdotes all to myself. Particularly interesting were the varied stories behind the statues on Charles Bridge, which reveal a startling amount of intrigue and petty revenge for a seemingly solemn bridge. Time spent in the Jewish Quarter was sobering as it was fascinating. There are so many varied stories packed into such a tight space, and they would certainly have remained hidden to the likes of my obtuse self without a competent guide who was able to answer nearly every question of mine, with the exception of a bizarre footless statue which has been a mystery for ages. After the tour we had drinks at the historic Louvre Cafe and I was supplied with some intriguing recommendations for the rest of my stay in Prague. So if you would like to enjoy a charming and enlightening morning, I implore you to considered the Naked Breakfast Tour. Be warned, you may encounter nudity on this tour. In the form of statues, don't worry.
KENDELL_MAY / TRIPADVISOR
• December 11, 2014