Some hotels including Marriot, Intercontinental and Hilton Old Town offer underground car parks, even for non hotel guests.
Prague Airport Parking
At Prague airport you can park in the block Parking C. Three above-ground levels offer over 3000 parking spaces, and it is just 70 metres from Terminal 1. Terminal 2 is connected with the car park via an above-ground covered walkway. Parking fees can be paid at self-service terminals in both dispatch halls by credit card or by cash. The car park is also accessible with baggage trolleys. Holders of a disability card can park for free. Opening hours are non-stop.
Florenc Parking lies on the metro C and B line, is just 80 metres from Masaryk Train Station, and caters for cars and buses. Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8am-8pm, Saturday 9am-6pm and Sundays and public holidays, 9am-5pm. It’s possible to park motorcycles here with insurance included in the fee for all vehicles.
Novy Smichov Shopping Centre
In the basement of this shopping mall you can park for free up to five hours at the weekend, and up to three hours on other days. Excess hours are chargeable. Location: Plzeňská 8, Smichov.
Wilsonova Street Parking Complex
Main station parking. Cars and buses in the city centre can park here. Wenceslas Square is just 600 metres away. The Parking Complex is right next to the Main Station, and is connected to other public transport, such as the metro station C line and trams number 5, 9 and 26. Opening hours are non-stop.
Lesser Town Square Parking
This car park is situated in the heart of the historical part of Prague. Access is from the streets Tomášská and Valdštejnská from Klárov or Karmelitská and Újezd in the direction of Prague 5 and Legií Bridge. It’s used for short term parking by city visitors. It has limited capacity only for 74 vehicles, so it’s not unusual to find all the spaces taken. Opening hours: Monday to Friday 7am-11pm, Saturday to Sunday and public holidays 8am-11pm.
Na Františku Parking
This public car park is accessible after passing through Letenský tunnel and from the embankment Ludvika Svobody. The car park is situated at the beginning of Revoluční street on the right bank of Vltava river, next to the Ministry of Trade and Industry, and is located 500m from Republic Square, metro station B, Kotva shopping centre and the new Palladium shopping complex. Its capacity is only 44 vehicles. Opening hours Monday to Friday: 7am-11pm, Saturday: 8am-11pm and Sunday: 8am-7pm.
Parking Kotva (under department store)
Underground garages under Kotva shopping centre at Republic Square allow you to reach metro B and to walk around the city, especially the pedestrian zone in Na Příkopech Street, all the way to Wenceslas Square. Connections to trams are taken care of at Republic Square.
Approximately 200m from Charles Bridge and Old Town Square below Palach Square you can find this large underground car park. Its capacity is approximately 2000 cars; apparently it has never been full yet. You can always find parking there in the city centre, and it’s more reliable than trying to park on the street, as apart from early mornings it’s practically impossible to find a parking spot. Connections to public transport are via metro A – station Staroměstská, and tram numbers 17 and 18. This is very convenient when going out to events at the Rudolfinum. There is disabled access via a lift. Capacity is 460, and opening hours are non-stop.
Alšovo Quay Parking
This is a public supervised car park next to Manesův Bridge and near the Four Seasons Hotel. The entrance to the car park is over Manesův Bridge on the right bank of River Vltava. Connections to public transport are within 150m – bus 133, tram 17 and 18 and metro lines A, Staroměstská. Charles Bridge is 200m away over Mánesův Bridge. It has a very limited capacity of only 49 spaces. Opening hours are non-stop.
This is only a short stroll away from Wenceslas Square, with an entrance from Opletalova Street, and is open non-stop. It is used to its full capacity. During the week and especially in the morning it’s advisable to reserve a parking spot by calling these numbers: 224 210 879 or 224 211 511.
Parking below the National Theatre
Another interesting place for parking is available under the National Theatre. The only entrance is via Divadelní Street, its capacity is 216 and it’s used a lot during theatre visits, often even during the day as well. Opening hours are non-stop.
This is a stand-alone building next to the State Opera and is just 100m from Wenceslas Square. It is the largest parking lot in Prague 1 and is integrated into the overall traffic strategy of the city, including information and navigation systems. Its capacity is 468 over thirteen levels. Parking is available for short or long term. Its services are used mainly by businesses operating in the area, and by residents of Prague 1 and 2. Opening hours are non-stop. Location: Wilsonova 6, Prague 2 – Vinohrady
This parking area is located in the outskirts of Prague, near Metro Budejovicka. The hourly rate is 30 CZK. Address: BB Centrum, Building ALPHA, Vyskočilova 1461/2a