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Transport, Getting There

This category includes all information about using public transport in Prague, like buses, trains and taxis, as well as information on how to get to Prague from the UK by car, train, coach or plane.

Getting there by air. Most people travel to the city by air on one of the many daily low cost flights from Europe’s major cities.

By rail. Prices for rail travel are generally far more expensive than air travel and journeys may take much longer than by plane or car. Purchasing a rail pass or a ticket in advance can help minimise costs.

Getting around. Prague is a simple city to get around, especially in the centre, which is relatively small and compact. The best way is to take trams or just walk.

Our Tip: Cheap door-to-door Prague Airport Shuttle service recommended by lonely planet.

Travel by Bus with Student Agency

If you want to visit some tourist places in the Czech Republic by bus or want to find an alternative international connection to a European destination from Prague, then probably the best solution is the bus company Student Agency. They provide a high level service, which means, that you will …

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Parking in Prague

Most parts of central Prague have meter zones with fees from 30 CZK to 120 CZK per hour (or you can arrange a long-term parking permit). There are some car parks close to metro stations plus underground car parks. To reduce congestion in the city, Park&Ride parking places are used …

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Main Car Parks in Prague

Hotel Parking 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 …

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About Taxi Drivers from Czech Press

Taxis are theoretically relatively cheap. However, many Prague taxi drivers will attempt to overcharge, particularly at taxi ranks close to the tourist sights.   Complaints about Taxicab Drivers Another example of the situation being serious at Prague Ruzyně Airport is a case from November 2009 when an “illegal” cab driver …

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Highway regulations

Documents All drivers driving on Czech highways must have on them, besides an identity card (usually Czech ID or passport), a valid driver’s license permitting them to drive in a foreign state and technical documents for the automobile . We also recommend that all drivers have a green card. Automobiles …

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Getting to Prague from UK

Best deals from Britain can be found with low cost airlines. Before you buy ticket from travel agent it is worth checking the following airlines. Easy Jet – fly from London Stansted & Gatwick and East Midlands to Prague from around £25 tax included, one way. www.EasyJet.com Ryan Air – …

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Car Theft in Prague

Car theft is a serious problem in Prague. Although the risk is no higher than in any other western country you still have to take some precautions. How to lower the chances? Don’t leave valuables and possessions visible in the car. If you are driving your own car in Prague, …

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Velotrixi

These modern rickshaws are powered by young bilingual men with strong legs – although a small electric motor does kick in to help them up hills. From past successes since launching in Berlin in 1997, velotrixis are now transporting tourists and locals alike in 40 towns in 17 countries and …

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