​We have prepared for you tips for places to visit on your own during your stay in Prague - so it is not organized "self-service" event, just tips for you 🙂
Walking path: ~6km, slightly challenging walk through the city
1. you should start with nostalgic tram No. 23 from Zvonařka stop through the city to the tram stop Brusnice.
https://www.dpp.cz/.../dpp-history/nostalgic-line-no-23
2. the tram stop Zvonařka is located in front of a house with address "U Zvonařky 9, Prague".
https://en.mapy.cz/s/2warF
3. you need only a valid regular ticket for Prague public transport - there is no extra fee for this tram
http://www.dpp.cz/en/fares-in-prague/
4. from the tram stop Brusnice walk through picturesque Nový Svět to the Prague Castle
5. then walk to the viewtower Petřín (so called "small copy of Eiffel Tower")
http://en.muzeumprahy.cz/208-the-petrin-observation-tower/
6. from Petřín you can go downhill by a funicular (works also with regular public transport ticket) to Újezd, there is well-known family ice-cream parlor "Angelato Ujezd"
https://www.dpp.cz/.../events-and.../funicular-to-petrin
7. then across Malostranské náměstí to Kampa with "Pissing sculpture" and through Charles bridge, Staroměstské náměstí (Oldtown square) to Václavské náměstí (Wenceslaus square)
8. possible lunch after the tour in a "Czech canteen" Havelská Koruna (close to Wenceslaus square) where you can taste not overpriced Czech cuisine
http://www.havelska-koruna.com/
Special tips
1. Střecha Lucerny between sky and the city - open air on the roof of the Lucerna Palace
https://strechalucerny.cz/en/
2. Free 9-Stop Tour of David Cerny’s Prague including Peeing Guys and Brownnosing sculptures
https://www.praguego.com/honest-tips/david-cerny-tour/
4. Vyšehrad Castle - opposite of the well know Hradčany and Prague Castle with nice view of the city
http://www.praha-vysehrad.cz/?l=9
The event is part of International Prague Bear Summer 2021
http://praguebears.cz/BearSummer/