Our exploration of the hidden side of Prague starts in the city center at our easy-to-find office. We will get everyone equipped with a comfortable bike and start out towards the Vltava river where we'll visit the Malá Strana area. This neighborhood is famous for its beautiful Baroque architecture, quaint streets, and amazing views over the city.
Our first stop will be the WWII monument where we will explain the intricate history of what was once Czechoslovakia. We will then make our way to the beautiful but hidden Wallenstein Gardens followed by the John Lennon Wall and Kampa Park. All of these sites are brought to life thanks to our local guides.
After enjoying Kampa park we will head away from the city center, seeing Prague's famous Dancing House. We will then spend some time visiting the Cyril and Methodius church, famous for 2 Czechoslovakian resistance fighters who attempted to assassinate Reinhard Heydrich.
After visiting the church and the museum, we will continue cycling through Nové Mesto (newtown), lined with beautiful monuments, on the way to the Nusle Bridge. This bridges crosses a picturesque neighborhood, perfect for photo opportunities.
Our final stop will be at Vyšehrad Castle. This is a hidden fortress that many tourists miss. The Czechs like to keep this place a secret as they believe that it was the physical location of the first settlement of Prague. We will take the time to explore the sites inside the walls of the fortress, learning about the history of Prague throughout the centuries. For anyone looking for amazing views and the behind-the-scenes access to Prague, this tour is it!
|• Malá Strana||• WWII Monument|
|• Wallenstein Gardens||• John Lennon Wall|
|• Kampa Park||• Dancing House|
|• Cyril & Methodius Church||• Assassination location of SS-general Reinhard Heydrich|
|• Apolinarska Hospital||• Nusle Bridge|
|• Vyšehrad||• National Cemetery|
|• St. Petrus and Paulus Church|
This tour departs from our office located at Michalská 10, 11000 Staré Město, Czechia. Look for the yellow bicycle outside. What3Words destination is ///market.starts.progress.
Guests are not required to wear masks while riding or outside, but we recommend brining one along in case you wish to enter a building/store during the tour. All bikes and helmets are sanitized before and after each use.
We’re happy to offer free changes and 100% refund up to 24 hours before tour departure. Failure to cancel a reservation at least 24 hours prior to scheduled departure may result in forfeited travel funds. Fare difference may apply.
We meet at our office located at Michalská 10, 11000 Staré Město, Czechia. Look for the yellow bicycle outside.
Yes! Just contact us and we will be happy to accommodate you on another day.
We use comfortable cruiser and city-bikes (KTM & RockMachine) so that you are upright and able to see and appreciate the sites as we ride. We also have smaller bikes for kids, tag-a-long tandems, and baby seats. Please let us know in the notes of your booking if your children will require a smaller bike and/or bike accessory.
The whole tour is about three hours, and we will cover approximately 7.5 miles/12 kilometers at a very leisurely pace.
We don't offer e-bikes as a standard upgrade on this tour as we have created a very easy route with few inclines. If you have severe health issues that require the use of an e-bike, please let us know in advance so that we can rent one for you. Please know that this will come at an additional charge.
This tour is designed to show you some of the hidden gems of Prague and we have not incorporated a food or coffee stop along the way. Your guide will be happy to provide you with recommendations for places to eat/drink after the tour, and you are welcome to bring your own water bottle along.
We have helmets available for all free of charge, but they are only required for those under 18 years old.
Yes! We will take time to walk around the Wallenstein Gardens and the Cyril & Methodius church & museum. We will also spend some time exploring Vysehrad castle and the National Cemetery.