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Into the Green Prague

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • Activities

    Running Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $54 USD per trip
  • Duration

    1.5 to 2 hrs

  • Avg Distance

    10-14 km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    7 days a week

  • Starting Location

    your hotel

  • Price Includes

    Personal guide, hydration regimen (0.5 litres of mineral water carried by the guide), and pictures of the run!


  • 100% personalized – your pace is our pace
  • You do not need to be a super-athlete: beginners welcome!
  • However, if you ask for a 40k run, we are ready
  • Personal attention: there is JUST you + running guide + any co-runners you decide to bring along


Trip Info

Get acquainted with Prague as a runner. Personalized running tours are 100 percent customizable as to date, time, distance, and highlights. Enjoy fabulous views over the medieval roofs of the ancient city center, stay away from traffic and find out about Prague’s green lungs. Perfect for hobby or performance runners, on vacation or business trips.
We suggest the best itinerary for you and accompany you along the way. Apart from the major monuments, our guide will also show you through tiny lanes, let you peek into hidden medieval courtyards, explain the cultural and political context, and share anecdotes and handy info. All you need is to pack your running shoes – we’ll take care of the rest.
Our mission is to get into the green and avoid even the sight of traffic altogether. Elegant Letná Park is the site of a giant metronome where the world’s largest statue of Stalin once stood. The route then leads us past the backyards of neighboring Prague Castle into the cosy New World district, Loreto and Strahov Monastery, up the romantic Petrín Hill, where a sister of the “Eiffel” tower looms over the city, and, finally, we arrive by the riverside at picturesque Kampa Island, a haven for artists and students and finishes at the magnificent Wallenstein garden.

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