Can you go running in Prague?

Yes!

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If you are in the classic Prague tourist area near the Powder Tower…you just have to wear trail shoes for all the rough cobblestone streets!

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So from there, head to the National Theater which is near the river.

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The problem is you run through the Times Square section of Prague…which is deserted at 6:00 in the morning…it feels like the walking dead will appear in any second…

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But once you get to the river, it is gorgeous and this where all the local runners are.  The problem is at 6:00 AM, they are all running 7 min/mile pace and it is hard to keep up with them.

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And like every city, you find thing along the way that are…unique and hard to explain.

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But, survey says: yes, Prague is a great place for runners to start the day…and listen to your favorite GrowthHacking or Doomsday Prepper podcast. 😉

Here are a few more examples of where I have around the world:

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