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Bike ToursPrague is home to a massive network of cycling trails – in fact, there is over 185 km of them in the city. Many of them intermingle with traffic though, which can be a problem for some. Bicycle trails are noticeable thanks to the yellow signs that mark them out, which display the route number so you don’t get lost, as well as the distance to the end of the trail. It is thoroughly recommended you buy a map of bike trails before heading out, which can be bought from many bookshops and bike rental outlets. Two of the better bike rental shops are listed below:

 

Praha Bike

This shop is open from 9:00am until 9:00pm from March until November, and it is the largest bike rental outfit in Prague. They offer both bikes to rent (trekking, mountain, children’s and tandem bikes) and also tours of the city. They also offer large tours spanning a few days, such as tours from Prague to Vienna and from Prague to Cesky Krumlov.  Address: Dlouha 24, Praha 1; website

 

BIKO Adventures Prague

This store offers outdoor activities for the more adventurous traveler, such as mountain biking tours of Prague and tours to Karlstejn Castle. The bikes for rental here are high-level mountain bikes and road bikes, so they are really for the biking enthusiast. There are easier tours for the less athletic though – in fact, they have a comprehensive list of tours for all to choose from, as well as bikes to rent, of course! Address:  Lidicka 8, Praha 5; website

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