One Prague Tour RECOMMENDS <3

Ondra & Jakub
Ondra & Jakub
One Prague Tour RECOMMENDS <3

Food scene

Great coffee shop / micro beers on tap / snacks and soups just a minute from our office where we start and finish tours. Locals’ choice on this side of Charles Bridge!
Roesel - beer & cake
20 Mostecká
Great coffee shop / micro beers on tap / snacks and soups just a minute from our office where we start and finish tours. Locals’ choice on this side of Charles Bridge!
Joint we visit on our "The Castle Side" tour - close to Prague Castle, great quality, fair prices and friendly personnel ;)
St.Martin
7 Vlašská
Joint we visit on our "The Castle Side" tour - close to Prague Castle, great quality, fair prices and friendly personnel ;)
Great quality Pilsner beer for locals’ price right next to the Castle! Plus interesting take on traditional Czech cuisine and one of the best panorama views - we’re all happy it’s here :)
25 locals recommend
Kuchyň
186/1 Hradčanské nám.
25 locals recommend
Great quality Pilsner beer for locals’ price right next to the Castle! Plus interesting take on traditional Czech cuisine and one of the best panorama views - we’re all happy it’s here :)
Old monastery brewery, this is how we start each "The Castle Side" tour - local beer and then we walk! It’s exclusive and they have new beer special each month - go get some ;) And while you’re here, you may visit a charming Strahov Library as well, plus the view called Bellavista.
25 locals recommend
Strahov Monastery Brewery
10 Strahovské nádvoří
25 locals recommend
Old monastery brewery, this is how we start each "The Castle Side" tour - local beer and then we walk! It’s exclusive and they have new beer special each month - go get some ;) And while you’re here, you may visit a charming Strahov Library as well, plus the view called Bellavista.
Great all day breakfast place right next to Old Town Square ;)
Bistro Monk
20 Michalská
Great all day breakfast place right next to Old Town Square ;)
Great coffee, outside space and magical courtyard location. Hipster-approved :)
12 locals recommend
Super Tramp Coffee
18 Opatovická
12 locals recommend
Great coffee, outside space and magical courtyard location. Hipster-approved :)
This is a true gem - right next to the most crazy and overpriced Old Town Square, you have this hidden, shelter-like and free spirited locals’ coffee shop inside of residential building. Second location: U Sovovych mlynu 134/1 (Kampa)
7 locals recommend
Scout Institute
1/4 Staroměstské nám.
7 locals recommend
This is a true gem - right next to the most crazy and overpriced Old Town Square, you have this hidden, shelter-like and free spirited locals’ coffee shop inside of residential building. Second location: U Sovovych mlynu 134/1 (Kampa)
Quite hidden, hands down the best Mexican restaurant in Prague. Try Tacos pastor, frozen margaritas or other cocktails and drinks - this is no "Czech-Mex" and we love it here!
Alebrijes, Cocina Mexicana
17 Všehrdova
Quite hidden, hands down the best Mexican restaurant in Prague. Try Tacos pastor, frozen margaritas or other cocktails and drinks - this is no "Czech-Mex" and we love it here!
This is Prague’s prime modern street food market, currently at two locations - see the manifestomarket.com website.
6 locals recommend
Manifesto Market Smíchov
82/16 náměstí 14. října
6 locals recommend
This is Prague’s prime modern street food market, currently at two locations - see the manifestomarket.com website.
Prague’s best BBQ. "Blends knowledge of southern american barbecue with local meats only."
BIG SMOKERS
643/40 Dělnická
Prague’s best BBQ. "Blends knowledge of southern american barbecue with local meats only."

Neighborhoods

Wanna see more "normal" part of Prague? Explore the Vinohrady district - mix of students, expats, hipster shops, parks and beautiful residential buildings. Visit these specific spots: Jiriho z Podebrad Sq, Namesti Miru Sq, Grebovka park, Riegerovy Sady park ;) This is a bit upscale, but there’s a cool and more "punk" district Zizkov just down hill from here.
15 locals recommend
Vinohrady
15 locals recommend
Wanna see more "normal" part of Prague? Explore the Vinohrady district - mix of students, expats, hipster shops, parks and beautiful residential buildings. Visit these specific spots: Jiriho z Podebrad Sq, Namesti Miru Sq, Grebovka park, Riegerovy Sady park ;) This is a bit upscale, but there’s a cool and more "punk" district Zizkov just down hill from here.
Another popular hood that progressed a lot over last twenty years. Quality coffee, beer, modern corporate offices, one of Prague’s coolest residential areas. Karlinske Namesti Sq, Thamova Street, "Dva kohouti" brewery, "Kasarna" community space and Eska - some of the highlights.
12 locals recommend
Karlín
12 locals recommend
Another popular hood that progressed a lot over last twenty years. Quality coffee, beer, modern corporate offices, one of Prague’s coolest residential areas. Karlinske Namesti Sq, Thamova Street, "Dva kohouti" brewery, "Kasarna" community space and Eska - some of the highlights.
"New World" or "Prague’s Montmartre" - this is a highlight of one of our tours and a very, unique, well hidden and charming neighborhood just 5-10 minutes away from the crazy crowded Prague Castle. Best thing is, it’s never crowded here, locals aim to keep it low profile :) You can visit "Novy Svet" coffee shop as well when you are here.
8 locals recommend
Nový Svět
8 locals recommend
"New World" or "Prague’s Montmartre" - this is a highlight of one of our tours and a very, unique, well hidden and charming neighborhood just 5-10 minutes away from the crazy crowded Prague Castle. Best thing is, it’s never crowded here, locals aim to keep it low profile :) You can visit "Novy Svet" coffee shop as well when you are here.
This riverside walk is one of the most popular locals’ places-to-go just to have fun, sip wine and hang around with friends. Just get to the Dancing House and walk along the river towards "Vysehrad".
22 locals recommend
Náplavka
22 locals recommend
This riverside walk is one of the most popular locals’ places-to-go just to have fun, sip wine and hang around with friends. Just get to the Dancing House and walk along the river towards "Vysehrad".
Holesovice / Letna - among some, this is the Prague’s coolest neighborhood. Historically, it was the city's meatpacking district, but today, it is filled with modern bars and restaurants serving contemporary European cuisine. "Vystaviste" Exhibition Grounds, Letna Park with "Stalin", DOX Center for Contemporary Art, Cross Club and much more!
Holešovice
Holesovice / Letna - among some, this is the Prague’s coolest neighborhood. Historically, it was the city's meatpacking district, but today, it is filled with modern bars and restaurants serving contemporary European cuisine. "Vystaviste" Exhibition Grounds, Letna Park with "Stalin", DOX Center for Contemporary Art, Cross Club and much more!

City/town information

Wanna do a day trip out of Prague? I suggest this "Czech Paradise" area with historical small towns, chateaus, rock formations and trails. It’s where I grew up by the way :) Message us for more info what to see and where to go ;)
9 locals recommend
Jicin
9 locals recommend
Wanna do a day trip out of Prague? I suggest this "Czech Paradise" area with historical small towns, chateaus, rock formations and trails. It’s where I grew up by the way :) Message us for more info what to see and where to go ;)
Not as much a hidden gem anymore, it became quite popular for local tourist companies, BUT still a must-see fairytale-like small town in southern Czechia. Charming AF :)
52 locals recommend
Český Krumlov
52 locals recommend
Not as much a hidden gem anymore, it became quite popular for local tourist companies, BUT still a must-see fairytale-like small town in southern Czechia. Charming AF :)
Recently voted Time Out’s #2 best city break in Europe. "Although sandwiched between Prague and Vienna, self-confident Brno is no middle child. Once a powerhouse dubbed the ‘Moravian Manchester’, the laidback Czech second city has repositioned itself as a post-industrial science and tech hub. But you’ll find plenty of clues to Brno’s layered past at a clutch of offbeat underground attractions, including the mysterious brick cisterns at Žlutý Kopec, communist-era nuclear bunker 10-Z, and the ‘Denis’ bomb shelter under the cathedral. The food and drink scene is reinventing itself too, from contemporary international at Element to Výčep na Stojáka, a modern take on a trad pub."
7 locals recommend
Brno
7 locals recommend
Recently voted Time Out’s #2 best city break in Europe. "Although sandwiched between Prague and Vienna, self-confident Brno is no middle child. Once a powerhouse dubbed the ‘Moravian Manchester’, the laidback Czech second city has repositioned itself as a post-industrial science and tech hub. But you’ll find plenty of clues to Brno’s layered past at a clutch of offbeat underground attractions, including the mysterious brick cisterns at Žlutý Kopec, communist-era nuclear bunker 10-Z, and the ‘Denis’ bomb shelter under the cathedral. The food and drink scene is reinventing itself too, from contemporary international at Element to Výčep na Stojáka, a modern take on a trad pub."
Pilsen is Czech Republic’s fourth largest city, most renowned for its Pilsner Urquell Brewery and for being the birthplace of the Škoda automobile company. As many other Czech cities and towns, Plzeň has a picturesque central square. Its name is Náměstí Republiky, which means „Republic Square“. The most important landmarks there are the Gothic Cathedral of St. Bartholomew from the 13th century, and the Renaissance city hall from the 16th century.
9 locals recommend
Pilsen
9 locals recommend
Pilsen is Czech Republic’s fourth largest city, most renowned for its Pilsner Urquell Brewery and for being the birthplace of the Škoda automobile company. As many other Czech cities and towns, Plzeň has a picturesque central square. Its name is Náměstí Republiky, which means „Republic Square“. The most important landmarks there are the Gothic Cathedral of St. Bartholomew from the 13th century, and the Renaissance city hall from the 16th century.

Sightseeing

A well hidden High Baroque garden in Prague 1’s Lesser town district. "Its unique architectural design on an irregular slope as well as the artistic and historical value of its decoration ranks it high in importance in Europe." Enjoy!
25 locals recommend
The Vrtba Garden
25 Karmelitská
25 locals recommend
A well hidden High Baroque garden in Prague 1’s Lesser town district. "Its unique architectural design on an irregular slope as well as the artistic and historical value of its decoration ranks it high in importance in Europe." Enjoy!
"High Castle" - old fortress with a museum, hidden passages, large grounds, old cemetery & remains of a medieval basilica. It’s a great walk along the river (National Theatre - Dancing House - riverwalk) from city center, but way less "touristy" than major sights. Locals approve!
167 locals recommend
Vyšehrad
5b V Pevnosti
167 locals recommend
"High Castle" - old fortress with a museum, hidden passages, large grounds, old cemetery & remains of a medieval basilica. It’s a great walk along the river (National Theatre - Dancing House - riverwalk) from city center, but way less "touristy" than major sights. Locals approve!
"Contains the skeletons of between 40,000 and 70,000 people, whose bones have, in many cases, been artistically arranged to form decorations and furnishings for the chapel." Yes, dark and impressive!
6 locals recommend
Sedlec Ossuary
6 locals recommend
"Contains the skeletons of between 40,000 and 70,000 people, whose bones have, in many cases, been artistically arranged to form decorations and furnishings for the chapel." Yes, dark and impressive!
10th century founded monastery complex a little bit further from Prague downtown - worth a visit! They have local brand of beer as well, it’s almost only visited by locals, make sure to walk pass by the church and enjoy the gardens behind. Perfect place to relax.
20 locals recommend
Břevnov Monastery
28 Markétská
20 locals recommend
10th century founded monastery complex a little bit further from Prague downtown - worth a visit! They have local brand of beer as well, it’s almost only visited by locals, make sure to walk pass by the church and enjoy the gardens behind. Perfect place to relax.
This is our One Prague Tour/ Segway Experience HQ! Mostecka 53/4, right next to Charles Bridge Towers on the Castle side. You can come ask about our tours, or whatever information you need about Prague, there’s always someone at the hostel reception ;)
Tourist Information Center and Prague Sightseeing Tours
This is our One Prague Tour/ Segway Experience HQ! Mostecka 53/4, right next to Charles Bridge Towers on the Castle side. You can come ask about our tours, or whatever information you need about Prague, there’s always someone at the hostel reception ;)
Major city park with great views of the bridges. Beer gardens, kids skateboarding, popular chill area. And it’s a fine walking distance from Old Town ;)
15 locals recommend
Letna Park
15 locals recommend
Major city park with great views of the bridges. Beer gardens, kids skateboarding, popular chill area. And it’s a fine walking distance from Old Town ;)
Natural reserve area (both uphill rock and valley below), great for a run, dog walking or just to enjoy a nice calm walk out of the city chaos. Another such area would be "Divoka Sarka".
22 locals recommend
Prokop valley
1 Prokopské údolí
22 locals recommend
Natural reserve area (both uphill rock and valley below), great for a run, dog walking or just to enjoy a nice calm walk out of the city chaos. Another such area would be "Divoka Sarka".
"Art hub with temporary exhibitions, a library, a chic design store & a cafe with an outdoor terrace." Place to visit if you’re a fan of new art.
160 locals recommend
DOX Centre for Contemporary Art
1 Poupětova
160 locals recommend
"Art hub with temporary exhibitions, a library, a chic design store & a cafe with an outdoor terrace." Place to visit if you’re a fan of new art.
Prague Castle is not the typical medieval looking castle complex (it used to be), so if you wanna see a classic and not to get too far from Prague, this is the one!
19 locals recommend
Karlštejn
19 locals recommend
Prague Castle is not the typical medieval looking castle complex (it used to be), so if you wanna see a classic and not to get too far from Prague, this is the one!
What a great day trip out of Prague! Get a train to "Kamenny Privoz" town and walk along "Sazava" river on its left side all the way to "Cukrarna Pikovice" (good cakes and icecream). Then you can catch train back at "Petrov u Prahy" station, or even hike up the "Mednik" hill. Or, some people prefer to get canoes and boat down the river instead...
Posázavská stezka
What a great day trip out of Prague! Get a train to "Kamenny Privoz" town and walk along "Sazava" river on its left side all the way to "Cukrarna Pikovice" (good cakes and icecream). Then you can catch train back at "Petrov u Prahy" station, or even hike up the "Mednik" hill. Or, some people prefer to get canoes and boat down the river instead...

Traveler advice

Getting around

Public City Transport

Best way to get around Prague. (along with Uber) - reliable, cheap, quite easy to understand. Get a multiple day pass based on how long you plan to stay. All info at dpp.cz/en
Don't miss

@OnePragueTour

Our walking tours are designed to provide you with the best possible "introduction" to historical Prague, but we will also give you many ideas what to do and see in Prague. It’s not just history/ culture talk, but also beer and food tasting along the path, we show both main sights and off the beaten path. Message us, we look forward to guide you! We also operate @segwayfun.eu - guided e-scooters, segway and different walking tours.
Ways to save

Careful of tourist traps

Shady exchange offices, crap souvenirs, fake weed shops, asshole taxi drivers etc. - "Honest Guide" YT channel does a very good job to warn you so you avoid all these scams ;) By the way, Prague’s super popular "chimney cake" (trdelnik) is tasty, but not local & traditional at all, it’s Hungarian!
Customs & culture

Read the Doodles :)

Great fun way to learn more about us, cool history facts and our culture, we recommend to check these: https://www.google.com/doodles?q=Czechia More great sources (in English too) where to find useful information is prague.eu , "Honest guide" YT channel, expats.cz or goout.net to find events and tickets.