Private Prague city bike tour


Price is for a private tour (up to eight persons), including:

  • 4 hrs cycle and walking tour
  • experienced local tour guide (English, German, Italian, Spanish)
  • bikes, locks, bottle of still water each
  • helmets for people under 18yrs
  • lunch or supper in a typical local pub
  • many valuable insider tips

This tour is designed as an introduction for first time visitors, who want to know about both history, art, architecture and real life Prague: a bit of politics, economics, entertainment, sports and popular culture. Besides visiting some of the must-sees of the city, including spectacular viewpoints for taking photos, you will get lots of info on more mundane topics, like public and taxi transportation, money exchange (without getting ripped off), great places for food and drinks, concerts, exhibitions, shopping and whatever you might be interested in – our guides are passionate Praguers willing to share their knowledge and love for their city.

If you are planning on a multiple day bike trip starting from Prague, e.g. to Dresden or Vienna, this tour is highly recommendable because you can test the bikes you are going to use for the following days, ask for adjustments and modifications (seat and handlebar position, additional equipment etc) and discuss your itinerary or route details (terrain, public transportation options, things to do and see along the way…) over a coffee or a meal and some beers.

What you’ll see during the tour

  • Monument to the Victims of Communism (recent history)
  • Kampa park and statues (public art)
  • Prague Venice
  • John Lennon Wall (recent history)
  • Primer Minister’s Residence (panoramic view!)
  • Letna and Metronom (panoramic view!)
  • The Dancing House (architecture)
  • St. Cyril & Methodius Cathedral, Heydrich Terror Memorial
  • National Theatre (must see)
  • Franz Kafka Museum (public art)
  • Rudolfinum Concert and Art Hall (must see)
  • Charles University (history)
  • Jan Palach square and monument (recent history)
  • Old Town Square (must see)
  • Jewish Quarter and Old-New Synagogue (must see)
  • Estates Theatre (must see)
  • Museum of Cubism (architecture, must see)
  • Municipal House (architecture)
  • Franz Kafka’s Head (public art)
  • Lucerna passage and Horse Statue (architecture, public art)
  • Wenceslas Square (must see)
  • Prague riverside
  • Graffiti wall near Smichov station
  • Staropramen and Branik breweries
  • Czech pub in a popular neighbourhood