It's fun, safe and easy! We are young, experienced local staff and we like to show the most iconic sights in an unique and informative way. Some history, some personal stories, stunning views, day life and night life information, fun and fast e-scooter ride, tips for best shopping or interesting exhibition? Yes and much More! 10 years of experience and 100% professionalism in our DNA are our secret ingredients for your perfect holiday. Want a little tasting? Charles Bridge, Lennon Wall, Prague Castle, Petrin Tower, beer break with stunning view, Old Town Square, Jewish Ghetto, Expo 58 is the background for your best experience! Enjoy Prague on escooter.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Charles Bridge, Prague, BohemiaThe oldest stone bridge of Prague with many legends regarding the construction and its decoration is the top 5 dominant of Prague. And the starting point for the E-scooter Grand City Tour is literally two steps from there. Stop At: John Lennon Wall, Prague, BohemiaThe first stop of our E-scooter tour is the Lennon wall. It is the only wall in Prague where is allowed to paint graffiti. If you have a strong feeling to express yourself, bring a spray and pull your emotions out!Duration: 5 minutesPass By: Kampa Park, Prague, BohemiaKampa is actually an island in the Mala Strana neighborhood. It is a piece of land between river Vltava and river Certovka. Certovka means Devil stream in Prague. Want to know why? Wait for the tour! Pass By: St Nicholas Church, Prague, BohemiaThere are hundreds of churches in Prague, in fact there are about 250 churches in the historical city centre. One of the most interesting ones is definitely St. Nicolas church. Beautiful baroque church with stunning interior decoration. Pass By: Petrin, Prague, BohemiaDuring the Grand City tour you visit two parks of Prague: Letna and Petrin. Both are hills and both offer a stunning view to the city. Stop At: Strahov Monastery, Prague, BohemiaOne of the nicest views of our Grand City Tour is definitely from the bellvue underneath of the Strahov Monastery. Its history goes back to the 9th century and beside of very valuable library, this monastery is very famous for its monastic brewing production.Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Prague Castle, Prague, BohemiaWe won't get in the Prague Castle during the e-scooter tour, but our guide will tell you all the interesting stories about this oldest and biggest building of Prague. Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Old Royal Palace, Prague, BohemiaThe Summer Palace of Queen Anne (also called Belvedere or the Royal Summer Palace) is a renaissance building in the Royal Garden of Prague Castle. The Summer Palace was built in the renaissance style by Ferdinand I as a part of the royal garden founded in previous years. The Summer Palace had a private, social and representative function within the royal and imperial residence of Prague. In front of the Summer Palace there is a famous Singing Fountain. Under the reign of Rudolph II the Summer Palace was used for a part of his collection of art and also as a place which an important mathematician and astronomer Tycho de Brahe used as an observatory. Since then the building has also been called the House of Mathematics. It is still used for exhibition purposes. Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Letna Park, Prague, BohemiaThe park in Letná is the second largest park in Prague 7. A public park was founded there at the second half of the 19th century according to the design by B. Wünscher and J. Braul. The name was derived from the word Leteň, which means “Sunny Hill”. Letná Park is the largest non-built-up green area in Prague, where people can spend their free time doing sport, taking a walk or having a picnic. Letná Park provides an enchanting view of the Vltava River and the city. Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Metronome, Prague, BohemiaThe Metronome of Prague is a kinetic sculpture by Vratislav Novák, installed at the place of the former Stalin Monument above Čech Bridge in Letná, Prague, in 1991. Together with the pendulum it is 25 metres high and weighs 7 tonnes.Duration: 2 minutesStop At: Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia, Prague, BohemiaThe Convent of Saint Agnes, also called Na Františku, is situated on the right bank of the Vltava River in the historic area of the Old Town. The monastery of Poor Clares of the Order of Saint Clare and Francisians was probably founded in 1231 by Agnes of Bohemia, who also became the abbess of the convent. The convent architecture was especially influenced by two circumstances. First, it was the fact that its founder came from a royal family and thus had enough funds and political influence, and second, the fact that she was brought up in convents so she knew that lifestyle very well and also knew all the conditions concerning the practical use of the buildings. As a result of those circumstances, the convent had a strikingly generous conception from the very beginningDuration: 5 minutesStop At: Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock, Prague, BohemiaOld Town hall has allways been the central spot of Prague. Demonstrations took place nearby, political prisoners used to be inprisoned in the cellars and now is under daily attack of thousands of tourist for its astronomical clock with the saints puppet show. but there is more to know about this place and you get the complete information on the Grand City TourDuration: 5 minutesStop At: Vaclavske namEsti, Prague, BohemiaBusy during the day, dangerous at night, that is famous Wenceslas square of Prague. It was completely rebuilt hundred years ago so the actual look of the squere is more likely modern. There are two important sights though. Monumental building of National Museum and equestrian statue of Czech saint patron St. Wenceslas. Duration: 5 minutesStop At: National Theater, Prague, BohemiaNational Theatre of Prague is one of the dominants of Prague. Its golden crown on the roof is visible from everywhere. If you like balet or opera, this is the right place to go. Duration: 5 minutes