Národní Avenue Goes Car-Free This Week

As a part of the European Mobility Week, Prague will close down this major thoroughfare Thursday

This Thursday, September 22, the typically car-clogged Národní Avenue will become a pedestrian zone lined with chairs and tables and groups being led on guided walks along the historic thoroughfare.

The event, which coincides with International Car-Free day, is the culmination of the annual European Mobility Week an initiative that aims to educate the public about the connection between transport and economies.

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Capital cities throughout Europe will be creating new pedestrian zones and offering a variety of activities related to sustainable urban transport and public space.

In Prague, visitors will have the opportunity to create their own street using a unique app and view an exhibit on public transport in the Czech capital courtesy of the Prague Institute of Transport and Development.

To view the line-up of Prague events see here.

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Public transport will still be running.


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