Ultimate Prague Running Tour
Duration: 5 hours Medium
Why we love this tour
A heart-pumping run through the maze of Old Town, the wonder of Prague Castle, and more for a sweat session to remember.
- Jog the winding streets of the Lesser Town
- See the Jewish Quarter and the Astronomical Clock
- Explore the ancient streets of the Old Town
- Cross the Charles bridge
- Run to the Prague Castle
- Explore Petrin Hill Park
- Admire the Wallenstein Garden and enjoy Kampa Island
Break a sweat among gothic church towers, zigzagging lanes, and quiet parks in our “Ultimate Prague” tour, the longer version of our most popular running tour. This 90+ minute guided running tour provides a fun and active exploration of the best of Prague.
One of our friendly guides meets you at your hotel to begin your excursion. You head straight into the maze of the Lesser Town and Old Town streets. It may seem easy to get lost, but your guide leads you through the twists and turns without missing a beat, passing by the Jewish Quarter and the famous Astronomical Clock on the way.
Later, you cross over the Charles Bridge to explore the Prague Castle and neighboring Petrin Hill Park. With the charming Wallenstein Garden and Kampa Island on the way, you won’t miss a single major sight.
Along with the famous sights, you discover the secret treasures hiding in between the cobblestone mazes. Your guide explains the artistic, historical, cultural, and political contexts of hidden courtyards and tiny medieval lanes. The 70-110 minutes trip is very sporty, yet very entertaining.
Don't worry if you are not a trained runner. Your pace is our pace, and we will easily adjust the duration or distance according to your preference. We start and finish at your hotel, but we will also be happy to customize the route itself to what interests you most.
We want you to see the best of Prague while making an unforgettable experience. Of course, it’s a plus to get your heart pumping along the way.
Need to know before you go
We do not cancel the sightrunning tours if it rains or snows. On the contrary, running in Prague can be more fun! The only instance we would cancel a tour is if the streets are frozen over. This happens only rarely, though, so if you are in doubt… expect to run Prague.
The guide has a backpack in which you can store personal belongings such as keys, coins, extra raincoat, pieces of your running gear etc.
In Prague the temperatures are generally mild and runner-friendly. Two days prior to your run we update you on the latest local weather forecast so you know what to expect.
Your booking will become valid after we receive your payment and send you a confirmation voucher.
The payment is fully refundable if you cancel until 48 hours before the tour. For later cancellations, there is no refund.
Provided byRunning Tours Prague
Reviews for this tour
30 Aug 2018