The municipality of Nupaky is located southeast of Prague, near the D1 motorway. The municipalities of Čestlice, Průhonice, Benice, Říčany, Modletice, Jažlovice, Kuří, Uhříněves as well as Prague 4 and Prague 10 are to be found nearby. The municipality is served by Prague public transport, several bus routes take you to Opatov metro station. The existence of the village is documented as far back as 1380.
A tourist area can be found on the border with Prague, which is named after one of the most notable personalities in Czech culture, the Josef Lada Region. Josef Lada drew inspiration from this region his whole life and called the area between Hrusice and Prague a magnificent region. The micro region known as the Josef Lada Region was established by 19 municipalities and its aim is development of tourism and culture. The logo of the voluntary cluster of municipalities, of which Nupaky is also a member, is the famous drawing of a Water Goblin sitting on a Willow.
The municipality is home to several companies such as JUB, Tescoma, Alcar Bohemia and others. There is also a hotel and restaurant in the municipality.