Explore the historic center of Prague on a private 3-hour tour by vintage Trabant, and experience the city on board one of the most iconic vehicles of the Iron Curtain. See sites such as the TV Tower, the peeing statues of Mala Strana, and more.
What to Expect
Climb aboard one of the most iconic vehicles of the Communist era and see Prague’s off-the-beaten-track sites from the seat of a vintage Trabant.
The 3-hour private tour takes in Communist period and unusual monuments, such as the Strahov Stadium (the largest stadium in the world) and the fountains of 2 men pissing by the famous Czech artist and sculptor David Cerny.
Go back in time to the 1970s and 80s, and get a lesson in how to drive a Trabant 601, once voted one of the “50 Worst Cars of All Time” by Time magazine, endearing it even more to its many fans. The cars are late 70s vehicles, beautifully preserved and carefully restored for hair-raising fun while you drive from one point to another.
Discover hidden parts of Little Town, Zizkov, Prague 3, and New Town, known for their alternative counter-culture scenes, cheap bars and Communist buildings. End at a brewery with holy beer and taste plates of meat and cheese.
- Private guide
- Transportation by vintage Trabant
- Visit to Strahov Brewery, 2 small beers and snacks
- Drink and snacks at a traditional Czech pub
- Map and info sheet at the end of your tour
Know Before You Go
• Each Trabant can take up to 3 people. Up to 15 Trabants are available, as well as Barkas vintage buses