Westley mentioned that the narrowest street in Prague was barely wide enough to walk through. While strolling around Malá Strana, I saw a small group of people gathered at a random spot in the middle of a block and stopped to see what they were looking at. It quickly dawned on me that I had found myself at the top of the narrowest street in Prague.
It’s less than 20 inches wide and requires a traffic light for people to walk up or down as it’s too narrow for two people to squeeze past each other.
A weird Prague quirk, but I’m not going to lie, I was quite pleased that I found it!