Know Before You Go
The narrow street is located in Malá Strana, the city's oldest neighborhood. It's a roughly five-minute walk from the Malostranská metro station.
The street is shown on some maps as “nejužší pražská ulička,” which means “the narrowest street in Prague.” One way to find it is going to U Lužického semináře Street and finding the house number 24. Vinárna Čertovka is next to it.
Čertovka, a restaurant, awaits at the end of the narrow street. Diners there will find a robust menu and a back terrace with wonderful views over the river. To reach the restaurant without squeezing through the passageway, go northeast on U Lužického semináře toward Cihelná, then turn right once you see Proudy, the automated peeing sculpture.