Mini-group / Private tour
Extra time for a training
Your Hugo E-Scooters tour starts from the Old Town Square that is the most significant square in the historical center. Passing through the 14th century gothic Church of Our Lady Tyn, you will get to the famous Old Town Hall dominated by the fascinating medieval Prague astronomical clock, which is the oldest still operating in the whole world. Among others, there is a statue of religious reformer Jan Hus and the Baroque St. Nicolas Church. Then you will arrive to the Jewish quarter with Europe’s oldest active synagogue in the center of it. The beautiful lanes of this quarter will lead you to the breathtaking riverside of the main river Vltava, where while driving along it you will get to the large Letná Park. The edge of the hill is dominated by Prague Metronome and fascinating view of the historical districts of the city. You will be admired by the view of 6 bridges in one line. Continuing your adventure through this park, you will ride up to Prague’s Castle effortlessly. Take a walk in the largest ancient castle in the world and visit the most important building there – St. Vitus Cathedral.
After Prague Castle your trip will take place in the biggest hill of the city – Petřiny, where the highest observation point is situated. Visit Petřin Lookout Tower and see the view not only of the whole city, but on a clear day you can see nearly all of Bohemia. Then, going down from the hill and enjoying the speed of the Hugo Bike, you will reach one of the most historical districts called Lesser Town. There passing through the John Lennon Wall and “small Venice of Prague” you will ride on Kampa island between small buildings, than go under Charles Bridge and making several pictures there. You will pass the thinnest street in Prague and arrive to the museum of the famous Franz Kafka and the sculpture of the “pee boys”. After crossing the bridge of Mánes, you will return to the Old Town, where the final destination Rudolfinum (Czech philharmonic hall) is, which is the typical representative of the neo-renaissance.