Cycling is extremely popular in Prague, and there are a whole host of bike tours on offer to join, see and learn about Prague’s intriguing architecture, culture and history.
A popular excursion with visitors is the 2.5-hour, guided City Classic Bike Tour, starting near the Old Town Square. Your friendly, expert guide will take you through the Old and New Town, the Jewish Quarter and you will even venture to the iconic John Lennon Wall. Travellers will make several stops as you cycle around, so the tour guide can tell you all about the sights and answer any questions you have, before visiting the historic National Theatre and contemporary “Dancing House”.
If you prefer to get away from the town, jump on a bike tour which takes you along the Vltava River, passing Letna Park, Prague Metronome (the former location of the statue of Stalin), Prague Castle, Petrin Park and Kampa Park. A relaxing ride away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.
Or, for something a little different, why not try a guided, electrical bike ride through the cobbled streets and then along the river? This provides a much quicker way of seeing the sights, all while admiring the wondrous surrounding scenery this beautiful city has to offer.