Discover the beauty of Prague from a seat of a handcrafted electric bicycle. It’s made from classic materials and designed as a vehicle from the Golden Age and Art Nouveau era. However, unlike their predecessors, they are equipped with a modern electric drive that makes pedaling easier. A ride through the cobblestone streets or a ride up the Prague hills is very comfortable which brings wonderful views and timeless photographs.
Each route takes advantage of our comfortable electric bicycles. Don't forget to observe your own safety and valid traffic regulations while exploring the romantic corners of old Prague.
Two Prague hills provide an unforgettable view of the metropolis. With our iconic electric bicycles, places with magical views are easily and stylishly accessible.
From Café Cihelna near the Kafka Museum in Lesser Town - Malá Strana turn right through Malostranská metro station up the hill in the cycle lane and at the top turn right, past the magnificent villa of the former Austrian and Czechoslovak politician Karel Kramář - today part of the Prime Minister's office - to the popular park Letenské sady from where there are beautiful views of the river, bridges and Prague's Old Town. You can also admire the timeless Czechoslovak pavilion transferred from the Brussels world exhibition EXPO 1958.
Than you will go back a bit and continue along the cycle lane to Prague Castle, the former seat of the Czech kings. From there you will continue to the Strahov Monastery with its unique Baroque library and the Petřín Gardens. Here you can get amazing photographs of Prague, Prague Castle, Lesser Town and Old Town. You can —like many Praguers— sit in the gardens or go up to the Petřín lookout tower built in 1891 on the occasion of the Jubilee National Exhibition with free inspiration in the form of the Eiffel Tower — 299 steps lead to its top.
From Petřín Gardens you can easily cycle down to Malostranské náměstí, as the name suggests, the center of Malá Strana - Lesser Town. Here you can park your bikes and visit the beautiful garden Vrtbovská zahrada or the garden of the Valdštejnský palác, the current seat of the Senate. Then you can continue on bicycles around the Charles Bridge back to Café Cihelna.
All the important places of old Prague are literally within reach with our electric bicycles, and in fact you will only ride along the left and right banks of the Vltava River, which inspired, among others, the composer Bedřich Smetana to create a beautiful symphony.
From Café Cihelna by the Kafka Museum in Lesser Town - Malá Strana turn left and cross the Čertovka canal under Charles Bridge, where a series of Prague mills used to stand, and the Kampa park, until you reach the Most Legií —Bridge of Legions, formerly the bridge of the Austrian Emperor and also of the Czech King Francis I. A short stop on the bridge will then give you a view of the entire Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background. It is a point of view that almost every painter and photographer has immortalized at least once.
After the Bridge of Legions, before the golden roof of the National Theatre, turn right and follow the embankment around neo-renaissance building of Žofín to the Dancing House. From there, you will return along the embankment back to the National Theater, turn right and then across avenue Národní to the lower part of Václavské náměstí —Wenceslas Square, where literally all modern historical events took place. From there, you will continue on your way through Národní třída to the lower part of Wenceslas Square, where literally all modern historical events took place. You will now be in a pedestrian zone where you will not encounter any vehicles. Just watch out for pedestrians when driving and drive in the marked corridor as you will be in the busiest part of town. The view from the bottom of Wenceslas Square to the magnificent historical building of the National Museum is sure to impress you. On its reconstructed facade bullets from the shooting of the occupying troops which ended the efforts to reform the communist regime —the Prague Spring of 1968, were preserved.
From the lower part of Wenceslas Square, you can easily continue along street Na Příkopech, and at its end you can admire the art nouveau gem Obecní dům, where the Czechoslovak Republic was de facto proclaimed in 1918 on the ruins of the Habsburg Monarchy. Then cross Celetná street and turn down again towards the river to the Old Town Square, one of the other places where the history of Prague has passed since the Middle Ages. There is the famous Prague Astronomical Clock with statues of saints. You can stop on a bench in the shade of linden trees, in the place where the Gothic Town Hall of the Old Town of Prague stood, destroyed during the uprising against the Nazis in May 1945.
Via street Pařížská, full of luxury shops, you can reach the art nouveau bridge Čechův most. Turn left and drive past the Prime Minister’s office to the intersection, from where it's only a short walk back to Café Cihelna.
Although the shape of electric bicycles catches your eye at first glance, only the first ride will assure you of their maximum comfort, including riding on Prague's cobblestone streets. Vehicles have a low center of gravity, a central engine mounted inside a solid steel frame and are fully mechanically sprung. A range is up to 100 kilometers. The BB bicycle is a comfortable and ecological machine for individual exploration of the city. The bikes meet all European standards.
Bicycles are handcrafted in small quantities, so renting them is not a mass tourist entertainment. Of course, before renting, you can test the bicycle directly around Café Cihelna. Our office at the cafe is located in the heart of the old town — Lesser Town, right next to the Museum of a famous Czech writer Franz Kafka and the iconic sculpture representing contemporary modern art.
If you are ready for a unique exploration of old Prague, don't hesitate to make a reservation. The price of 1 hour of BBicycle rental is CZK 999 and an electric retro bike with a women frame is available for CZK 599.