Located on the Prague outskirts, this 450-metre track has eight go-carts at your disposal, with a digital stopwatch and a screen on the track. It is open for adults and children, but only for those taller than 150cm. There is also a restaurant serving snacks and basic food with a capacity of 200 seats. Address: Jinonická 329, Prague-Jinonice (just three minutes by walk from a metro Jinonice). Opening hours: Mon-Wed 15:00-23:00; Thu-Fri 15:00-24:00; Sat 10:00-24:00.
Radotín Go-cart Centrum
This 910-metre track includes some 30 curves, and is one of the longest dedicated cart tracks in Europe. Its average speed is 40km/hour. The track is situated in a former greenhouse which provides ideal light conditions, so you can enjoy it regardless of the weather or time of year. There’s also a smaller, less hardcore track for kids. A good restaurant is also available on site. Address: Výpadová 1335, Prague 5. Getting there: take the 172 or 244 bus from Smíchovské nádraží to the Přestínská stop. Open: 15:00-24:00 Mon-Fri; 11:00-24:00 Sat-Sun. website
Černý Most Shopping Centre Go-carts (KartAreal Prague)
This indoor go-carting centre is located in the underground garage of the Černý Most Shopping Centre. A helmet, gloves and overalls are included in the entry price. The go-carts are for riders over the age of 12. It is possible to rent a “tandem” go-cart so that younger children can also enjoy the track. This 500-metre long track offers go-carts equipped with Honda 200cc engines. Address: Chlumecká 8, Prague 9. Opening Hours: Mon-Thu 14:00-22:00; Fri 14:00-23:00; Sat 12:00-23:00; Sun 12:00-22:00. website
Kart Klub Letňany
Address: Toužimská 55, Prague 9; Open: Mon-Fri 2-12pm; Sat and Sun 10am-12am. website
Address: K Měcholupům, Praha – Horní Měcholupy; Open: Mon-Sun 3-10pm. website