Stag Bob-Sleigh in Prague
Bobsled reaching speeds of up to 60Kmph on this exhilarating 1km long track! Guide and Taxi transfers included
Bob-Sleigh in Prague
A great choice for the thrill seeking stag weekend in Prague. Master the bends by keeping yourself aerodynamic to beat the clock and score a win to boast about on the Prague stag night.
- 3 Bobsled runs each
- 1km track with speeds over 40 mph
- Return taxi transport
- Friendly English speaking guide
6 Minimum Guests
This is something you shouldn't miss once you are in Prague!
Test your courage on this adrenalin-boosting bobsledding track which is situated in the beautiful area of Prosek. You will get three runs down this thrilling kilometer long track at speeds that can exceed 40 mph thanks to the new, special constructed wheels. Sleds are for two persons although single use is possible. This track is on fire, wizz around the eight curve, and hold on tight over the bumps!
Evening rides are also available with special night lighting for coolest experience. After your three rides each you can dispute who was the quickest. Our female guide will be with you to make sure everything goes smoothly and your taxi transport is included to take you to and fro your hotel.
Upgrade Available: Added thrills for an extra two runs per person and a celebratory beer for an extra £13pp
Bobsledding Thrill in Prague is available all year round but weather conditions can have an impact.
Day or Evening.
Allow a few hours including transfer time.
Close to Prague
You can book your activity straight away via our secure online booking system, so you know you are ready to go!
And don't forget, your friends can pay us direct via our event area, so you don't even need to collect payments.
Clear, Simple Pricing
Book online for £35
Friends Pay us Direct
Pay By Instalments
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98% Recommend Us
Stag weekend in Prague
everything was well organised by freedom, they happily worked with the events to fit to our schedule. The events were well run and tour guide was great. Only issue was that the accommodation should have been a bit closer to the action.
By Thomas Platt