I'd like to pose this question, not as a canonical, but rather one that adds to TSE content. It's meant to solicit input from any and all users and, in particular, @JonathanReez should it not distract from mod (and work/life) duties. Depending on the feedback, it may be useful to ask a similar question about other cities/locations (e.g., London, Paris, Tokyo, Amsterdam).
Question: Are there for sources in Prague that have hand-held, printed maps?
For my bucket-list trip to Prague/Praha and with an architectural history background, I want to make the most of my time in this City of a Thousand Spires.
I prefer to wander throughout a city, get its sense of place, feel its soul and its history. My navigational gene wants to orient me, and let me understand through the use of with maps and street guides.
And I would like to do it without digital assistance, as it narrows my focus to an app on a mobile device. While I do plan to use an app, I'd like to have printed versions of good walking and transportation maps, and am especially interested in what might be obtainable locally.
Are there for sources in Prague that have hand-held, printed maps? If available, it would be useful to have sources for printed guides/maps of transit options, both under and above ground and those that indicate taxi stands. It would be handy, although not a requisite, to find maps that can be mounted on a bicycle/scooter to navigate as you go.
And, as a side note, on return home, the printed map is very useful in identifying the thousands of images taken.