Prague Electric Bike Tours

Highlights and Themes

  • Explore Prague with a small group and an experienced local guide.
  • Czech history and culture
  • Medieval back roads and alleyways of Prague
  • Old Town Square—Astronomical Clock, Church of Our Lady before Tyn
  • Riverside view of Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, National Theater
  • Jewish district, Old and New Synagogues, Parizska Street, Rudolfinum
  • See the Kafka Museum (outside), Lennon Wall, and Kampa Park
  • Prague Castle area
  • Wenceslas Square, Powder Tower, Estates Theatre and the Karolinum


3 hours

Dates & Times

1 April – 31 October
10:30 – daily

Meeting Point

Absolute Tour Center – 12 Michalska St, Prague 1 (written as: Michalská 432/12) – entrance to the courtyard is opposite Hotel U Stare Paní

Small Groups

Electric Bike Tour

Guided Tour


Best Sights

Stops for Photos

Full Tour Description

Duration: 3 hours

All our e-bike tours start with a quick introduction to city rules, bike safety and riding skills. Each person will be taught how to use use the e-bikes so you feel comfortable and ready to go out and enjoy Prague on these fantastic machines.

The e-bike tour is approximately 3 hour and covers expanded areas of the Old and New Town as well as the Jewish neighborhoods and Lesser Town. Also, we will visit one of the largest and most historic squares in Europe, Wenceslas Square. Here you can expect to be moved by the many stories of modern-day Czechoslovak heroes who protested, fought, and sacrificed themselves here to overturn the fascist and communist regimes of the 20th century. This tour also will head to the Castle area via rarely explored routes. Ride effortlessly up and down the hills to see and explore more of Prague with our guide.

Our tour begins from our centrally well located Old Town office past the Powder Tower, Estates Theatre and the Karolinum which is the oldest dormitory of the Charles University. Upon arriving in the Old Town you’ll be wowed by the gorgeous old style architecture, stunning monuments, and spectacular churches dating back centuries. This is one of the most amazing sights in all of Europe! We’ll talk about all the major sights here, from the imposing black Gothic church of Our Lady before Tyn, to the unparalleled Astronomical Clock, to the famous townhouses that held some of Prague’s most well-known citizens.

Then we’ll continue to the famous Jewish district for a history lesson on the famous Old New Synagogue, the Jewish cemetery, and the story of Golem, the protector of the Jewish ghetto. Next we head down to the riverside for a nice view that makes for a tremendous picture of the castle and the many bridges connecting the Old Town and the Lesser Town – known as Mala Strana – before crossing the river. After this, we’ll head to the Kafka Museum and to see a couple of Prague’s most thought provoking (and hilarious) sculptures by Czech artist David Cerny. It’s something you will have to see to believe.

And then another surprise, a ride along the narrowest street in Prague! Then we pass through the beautiful greenery at Kampa Park including a unique view of the world famous Charles Bridge, Lover’s padlock bridge, and the John Lennon Wall all in Lesser Town. From there we’ll head through the park and cross the bridge, passing the Funicular and Memorial to the Victims of Communism and then our homestretch back to the office, where you will get one last view of Charles Bridge and Prague Castle and a history of the National Theater.

Our bike tours run with small groups and generally do not have more than 15 participants. This makes them interactive and personal and gives you plenty of chances to ask questions and get to know your guide. You can also hit them up for local tips on where to go and what else to do.

We reserve the right to alter and change the tour program without prior notice due to construction, city closures for events, festivals and so on throughout the year.


Private English speaking guide, bike hire and optional helmet included during the tour time. Stops for photos and refreshments.


Entry fees to sights and museums, food and beverages except where noted, transport to the meeting point or from the conclusion point, gratuity/tip.

For additional information please see our Terms & Conditions and FAQ