Prague On Segway offers entirely private & customizable Segway tours for 2 people. You can choose from 4 different Segway tours or even design your own tour. Prague On Segway is a wonderful way to see Prague from a different perspective, have fun and also learn a lot about the city.
Equipment: In the colder months warm clothes is highly recommended.
We are a group of professional pilots who invite you on the Prague and Czech Republic sight-seeing from a bird's eyeview. We realize all the flights by request and we are able to ensure them for you until the second day after a phone booking. Choose and we are already looking forward to you very much…
You will try to fly a real plane around Prague
Our team of professional pilots arranges an experience action at which can fly a plane even a man without experience and personally try what is it to be a pilot of real plane all-inclusive and so let his dream about flying come true at least for a while.
Airplane Pilot Experience
If you love from childhood planes, freedom of movement, excitement and you can behave in crisis situations and in addition it would allure you to sit in a real plane cockpit and find out what is it exactly about, then it's an action for you.
We will fly and you will perform a pilot's function
We will tell you how to fly on briefing
...and then you have to fly alone :-))
You will try whether you are talented and have a sense for plane flying and whether you can solve emergency situation in peace.
You will plan a flight together with a pilot, draw in the path in a map, check the activation of air-space, pre-set the board instruments, find out the current meteorological conditions, carry out the pre-flight plane check, listen to how to require a start permission. You will overhear the right phraseology at communication with a control tower. As a second pilot youwill check the pre-flight tasks after a plane captain.
We will have a 4 seat plane (Cessna 172/182) available. Before a flight you will be familiarized with a plane, together we will make the whole pre-flight preparation. We will also talk over the whole flight scenario and you will be given instructions for unexpected cases :-)).
Sight-seeing and scenic flight in Prague
Karlštejn Sight-seeing flight
The most desirable sight-seeing route in Prague. 40 minutes flight for 3 people. Only 259 €
The castle of Karlštejn is one of the most significant castles in the Czech Republic.
Phone booking of flight
We realize the flights after a phone deal. You can carry out the reservation even at the e-mail address stated.
For information and reservations please call 775 365 320
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Book today and fly tomorrow
We fly every day with regard to weather. Terms according to your wish. We realize the flights the other day after booking.
We have the best prices for the flying hour in Prague. The airport is just outside the underground station, transport line C - Letňany.
We are looking forward to you...
Tickets for home games of HC SLAVIA PRAHA ice hockey team in SAZKA ARENA can be ordered via internet but must be paid for the next day at a Sazka POS in CZ - these are everywhere in Prague, look for a SAZKA sign at tabaks, newsagents, corner stores.
Equipment: Fast food is available inside Sazka..and beer of course.
AC Sparta Praha is the most prestigious football club in the Czech Republic and also very successful, being a fixture in the Champions League every year. They play their home matches at Toyota Arena (formerly Letna Stadion) with a capacity of around 20,000. The stadium was opened in 1937.
Tickets are reasonably priced. There have been incidents of hoolaginism so go at your own risk.
A great place to check out any important hockey games is Jagr's Bar, right near the top of Wencelas Square (on the left side when facing the Muzeum). It is fashioned after the sports bars of the US and Canada, has a HUGE screen, and decent food (not great). If you want the largest TV screen in the city, this is the place for you.
Equipment: All the equipment you need is yourself, your glasses (if applicable) and a mug of beer!
We ordered and paid for our hockey tickets online with ticketpro.cz and it couldn't have been easier I had to register online with the agency and when we got to Prague all we had to do is take the confirmation receipt I had printed off to Prague Tourist Center outlet, Rytirska 12,Prague 1 and show the receipt and proof of identity to a member of staff and that was it hockey tickets in our hands.
Ice hockey Extraligy game, Slavia Praha v Ceske Budejovice (aka HC Mountfield, as the sponsors prefer...).
At Sazka Arena, Prague, 24 Oct 06.
Kr 250 each for good seats.
Great game - 2-0 for Slavia at end 1st period; visitors pulled it back to 3-3 at end of 2nd; Slavia got 1st goal in 3rd period, and then pulled away to win 7-3.
Budejovice were top of league at the time, and Slavia 3rd from bottom, so it was a big win for them.
Equipment: Take metro to arena (Ceskomoravska station is right opposite).
Tickets available at arena on the night. Programmes included - look for them lying on tables at food outlets. In Czech, of course.
Lots to eat and drink inside (of the hot dog, burger, pizza variety); hot dogs excellent; you can get beer brought to your seat.
The most famous horse race in the Czech Republic is the Velka Pardubicka Steeplechase - a sort of poor man's Grand National held at Pardubiche, west of Prague, in early October, but Prague itself has a Flat racecourse - Velka Chuchle - approx 10km south of the City Centre on the west bank of the Vltala. Entrance is 100 Crowns with a free bet. Racedays are held on Sunday's throughout the summer, first race is at 2pm.
I visited on 14th May 06, and found the track & facilities surprisingly good. Although the racecard (50kr) had no English translation it was easy enough to read & bets were easy to place (Tote) - Off to a flying start with the first winner, but from then on just like being at home - losers all the way, with the inevitable hard luck story (the banker bet in the big race the Czech 1000 Guineas, the ex - Irish High Reservation, was poorly ridden and got trapped on the fence, I also found out later that the jockey put up overweight as well) - where's the Morning Line when you need it!. The following Sunday top English Jockey Martin Dwyer took the spoils in the Czech 2000g riding another ex-irish horse De Roberto.
Biking is the best and most effective way to see this fantastic city of Prague. You can ride through the streets in the town centre, along the Charles Bridge and Vltava River.
You can either go on a guided tour or rent the bikes yourself at only 55 Czech Korunas per hour and go off and do your own thing around the city.
INDIVIDUAL BIKE RENTAL PRICES
includes Bike Lock, Helmet
10 Hours - 550 Kc
8 Hours - 500 Kc
6 Hours - 460 Kc
4 Hours - 360 Kc
2 Days - 1000 Kc
3 Days - 1350 Kc
4 Days - 1680 Kc
6 Days - 2280 Kc
8 Days - 2720 Kc
Tandem Bike ( 2 person bike )
1 Hour - 100 Kc
10 Hours - 600 Kc
Equipment: Free helmet and also bike locks are given to everyone so you can lock up your bikes when you want to go shopping in the shops or go to a bar for a drink. They also include insurance in the price.
I took opportunity to see some football as I often try to do when travelling! I was glad to be amongst the 6000 souls on a hot monday afternoon league matc, which meant little as both Sparta and Zlin are mid table.
The tickets at the Letna stadium (AKA Toyota Stadium) cost about 2 euros! So cheap and the football was good. High tempo.
Equipment: Well protected (rings) limestone climbing. Grades from beginner to advanced. Some climbs need 60m rope. Double rings on top of some climbs, single on others. Also popular route for cycling. Bikes can be hired from the railways in advance.
HC Sparta home games at T Mobile Arena book in advance through Ticketpro (email option for abroad bookings)
On the days before a game is to be played the booking office is opened between 10:00 and 19:30. If a match is played on Sunday, the booking office is open on Sunday between 10:00 and 16:00.
The tickets can be also bought in offices of betting agency Tipsport.
I went to watch the mighty Arsenal here in October,they played Sparta Prague in the Champions League.Due to crowd abuse in a previous game against Ajax,the ground was only half full.The travelling arsenal supporters were in full voice...and full of wonderful Czech beer to !!!!
We cheered and sang througout the whole match...Which arsenal won by 2-0,both goals coming from the Legendary Thierry Henry,who also broke the all time goal scoring record,for Arsenal.
Equipment: Camera,scarf and an empty belly to fill full of beer and hot roast chicken...MMMmmm
The weekend whilst I was in Prague was when the World Cup qualifiers were being held. Scotland were playing Belarus on the Saturday afternoon, and so decided to watch it on TV in a bar - not that I had any real expectations of us getting a result, but you never know.
Having already come across Rocky O'Reilly's a couple of days previously it seemed a natural venue to indulge in what is just about the only sporting activity I get these days.
So Rocky O's it was (see also separate tip in "nightlife").
Even though we lost our game, and are now knocked out of the competition, I had a really cracking day! I arrived fairly early and found myself a stool at the bar with a decent view of the TV that the Scotland match was being shown - also playing that day were England and then later on Holland v Czech Republic.
As the Guinness went down, the bar filled up, with predominantly English supporters plus a good sized contingent of Dutchmen - the atmosphere was really convivial, partisan yes, but really friendly. The English (and it pains me to say this) were perfectly behaved, actually singing proper songs rather than the usual "football chants" that they have a reputation for.
Equipment: TV Screens, Beer Pumps, Bar Stools and etc.!
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Then next to me a couple of women sat down and ordered some lunch, recognising their accent we got chatting and it turned out that they were from Aberdeen (The Scotland One!). So here we were - a little trio of Scots amidst a sea of English and Dutch - the conversation flowed, the beer flowed and the camera clicked away.
It really was an enjoyable day, thanks ladies, thanks you Engish guys (hmmmmmmm) and thanks to the handsome Dutchman who looked after my bar stool whenever I went to the loo!!
Together with soccer, Czech people loves ice hockey, and Czech players are some of the best players in the world. Hasek, Jagr, Elias, Nedved are only a few names of NHL Czech champions.
While in Prague I had the opportunity to watch a friendly game between HC Sparta Praha and HC Ceskè Budejovice at the T-Mobile arena.
40Ck for 2 tickets (!!!!!!!!!!) and 80 minutes (4 periods instead of 3) of pure fun in a less crowded than usual arena.
For who cares, there's also a nice little hockey shop just in front of the arena, where it's possible to buy local team jerseys, included the HC Sparta's one, of course