Only came upon this by chance. It is a passageway between two buildings that is only wide enough for one person so traffic lights have been installed to ensure smooth passage of people through the gap to get from top to bottom and vice versa.
Firstly this place is incorrectly mapped on here. We spent ages walking around trying to find it however it's nowhere near the main rail station it's near Charles Bridge. It also isn't that narrow I managed to comfortably pass through with someone walk by in the opposite direction. Unless if you're from America and therefore likely to be clinically obese... 更多
It's so narrow that there's a pedestrian traffic light to indicate when you can go up or down it. Two people can't walk through it at the same time. Unusual and interesting, but not really a must-see.
On our last night we were looking for somewhere for dinner and had on previous nights walked past the narrowest street but we decided to go down and see if we could get a table reservation, to our luck we could. We had a lovely meal overlooking the water, service was good and the beer was cold, a very enjoyable... 更多
The Narrowest Street in Prague is a wonderful curiosity and a great little tourist attraction that is fun and in my opinion well worth seeking out. Measuring 19.6 inches in width it's a steep set of stairs leading down to the Certovka Canal and the superb Certovka restaurant ( iced cold beer's) . There are a set of traffic lights... 更多
It is a bit irony to see traffic lights at a street! 50 cm wide. The name of the street is Vinarna Certovka. Only one way is possible. Even two kids can not cross each other. At the end there is cafe, so you have to go back the same way to go back to main street Easy to find,... 更多
It is fun to stumble upon to it. Especially kids will love it but the traffic lights doesn't seem working as lots of people just go inside, take selfie and run back.
Vinarna Certovka is the narrowest street in Prague in one of the narrowest in the world. Two people can't cross it at the same time and there's a traffic light for pedestrians. It's an interesting visit
There's a very nice restaurant at the bottom of the stairs called I think, Certovka. The décor has a sense of humor. The food is good. Four of us all enjoyed our meals. I had the stroganoff which was very good. We had a table right on the canal with a view across the river and toward the Charles Bridge.... 更多