What is a city running tour?
Running Prague offers unconventional guided sightseeing tours. It is a new way to explore a city during your holidays or business trip with your running shoes on. A running guide will take you through the touristic center of Prague as well as through less known places and picturesque corners of Prague that almost no tourists visit, but which don’t lack the beauty or historical importance.
How fit do I have to be?
All you need is to be healthy and to have the enthusiasm to experience something new. The pace and the number of breaks depend just on you.
Is there any age restriction?
Yes, you must be at least 18 years old. If you are less than 18, a responsible person has to accompany you.
Where is the starting point for the tours?
If your hotel, company site or congress center is close to the running route, we will, of course, meet you there. If that is not the case, we will arrange a meeting point somewhere on the route.
How do I pay for the tour?
Payment is made via PayPal. Along with the email of confirmation of availability, we will send you also the details of the payment. In case of a last minute booking, you pay in cash (in CZK or EUR) at the meeting point.
How can I book a tour?
You can book it online at our site or via email or phone. The phone is highly preferable if you decide to book a tour less than 48 hours prior to your tour.
Is it possible to customize the tour?
Yes, in this case just use the message box at the end of the booking form or write us an email, where you will specify your wishes.
How long does a tour take?
Regular tour (8-12km) will take about 60-90 minutes. The exact time depends on your pace. The time of longer tours varies according to the distance but count with more than 90 minutes.
Do I have to sign a disclaimer?
Yes, because sometimes you will have to run through places with traffic and the tour will involve physical activity. During the booking procedure, you have to agree with the terms of Running Prague. If you book via email or phone you will be asked to sign the disclaimer at the meeting point before the actual start.