Getting around Prague is sometimes adventurous sometimes annoying as the city is not very wheelchair friendly, but more and more sight, bars, restaurant and shops are accessible to paraplegic persons.
Let’s start with the public transport. Many buses used in Prague are still from the 60s and 80s so it is advisable to have a more detailed look on the schedule. Those which are accessible are marked with a wheelchair icon. The tram lines which are operated by wheelchair accessible trams are numbers: 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 19, 20, 24, and 26. As far as the metro concerned, here again only the most important stations are accessible. The stations are:  Metro A: Dejvicka, Muzeum, Strasnicka, Skalka, Depo Hostivar, Metro B: Zlicin, Stodulky, Luka, Luziny, Hurka, Nove Butovice, Smichovaske Nadrazi, Florenc, Vysocanska, Kolbenova, Hloubetin, Rajska Zahrada, Cerny Most, Metro C: Ladvi, Kobylisy, Nadrazi Holesovice, Vltavska, Florenc, Hlavni Nadrazi, Muzeum, Vysehrad, Pankrac, Budejovicka, Roztyly, Chodov, Opatov, Haje. However, at the same time you will find public toilets adapted to the needs of wheelchair users at these stations.
You should choose a hotel close to the city centre, for example the area of Nove Mesto, for your stay. The street surfaces are even and the modern shops, restaurants and entertainment venues were designed with the wheelchair user in mind. Furthermore staying in Nove Mesto will save you money as most of the sights are in the immediate vicinity and you do not need to take a taxi. If you want to visit the town at the back of the castle it is recommendable to book a tour in one of the old open cars which is good for a paraplegic person as they can transfer and load the wheelchair in the back. You will find them for example next to the famous Astrological Clock of Prague.

Many Prague sights, operas, concert halls and attractions are accessible to wheelchairs although just a few theatres. The sightseeing tours accessible to wheelchair users are: Prague by Night, Karlovy Vary, Terezin, Medieval Experience, Czech Folk Night and Illuminated Fountain. As a paraplegic person you can also enjoy all river cruises as all ships can accommodate wheelchairs, only exception is the Prague Jazz Boat.

You will be provided with a special map for wheelchair users at the offices of the Czech Tourism, the Prague Wheelchair Users Organisation and the Prague Information Service (PIS). The map will inform you about the accessibility of the sights, about disabled parking spaces and disabled toilets. It will give you further details on the public transport and on four touristic routes. The main office is situated at the Old Town Square, in the Staromestska Radnice (Old Town Hall).

Prague Tourist Information Offices:

Staromestska Radnice, Old Town Hall,
Praha 1 (main office)

Opening hours:
April to October:
Mon-Fri 09:00-19:00
Sat-Sun 09:00-18:00

November to March:
Mon-Fri 09:00-18:00
Sat-Sun 09:00-17:00

Office at the Main Train Station:
Hlavni Nadrazi (Main Train Station), Wilsonova 8,
New Town, Praha 2

Opening hours: same as at the main office

English Link: Touristic routes for wheelchair users…

Restaurants and bars:

La Perle de Prague
Dancing House - Tančící dům
Rašínovo nábřeží 80
120 00  Praha 2

Opening hours:
12.00 - 14.00 (kitchen)
19.00 - 22.30 (kitchen)
except Sundays and Mondays mornings

Phone: + 420 221 984 160

English Link: La Perle de Prague…

Hergetova Cihelna Restaurant & Bar
Cihelná 2b
Mala Strana, Praha 1

Phone: +420 800 152 672

English Link: Hergetova Cihelna Restaurant & Bar (Kampa Group)...

U Kalicha Pub and Restaurant
Na Bojisti 12-14,
Vinohrady, Praha 2

Opening hours:
daily, reservation necessary

+420 224 912 557,
+420 296 189 600 01

English Link: U Kalicha Pub and Restaurant…