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Sightseeing in Prague

When visiting a foreign country it is always good to have some tips and tricks up one’s sleeve. Here you will find everything you need to know when travelling to Prague and the Czech Republic. All the updated tourist information and everything you might need to know in case of an emergency.

Car in Prague

Car in Prague

In the Czech Republic The Highway Code does not differ much from any other European countries, but keep in mind that following: - driving is on the right hand side...

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Tourist services in Prague

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Prague information service is an official tourist information company that provides all the necessary tourist information such as  as well as organizes various services such...

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Taxi in Prague

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Getting around Prague by public transport is easy, efficient and cheap. Taking a taxi is a good idea when you’re travelling with a lot of luggage, long distance or at night...

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Basic information about Prague

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Situated in the northwest of the country on the Vltava River, Prague is the capital and the largest city of the Czech Republic. This magical city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-tipped...

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Water transport in Prague

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There is a great number of shipping companies operating both passenger and water transport on the Vltava River in Prague and its surroundings. There is an...

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Lifts in Prague

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You don’t have to use Prague public transport to travel from point A to point B, it also provides fun and leisure, especially during warm weather. The funicular railway...

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Prague Public Transport Fares

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A ticket for Prague public transport permits travel on the metro, all trams and buses, and you are able to transfer between these means of transport, within the time limit...

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Metro in Prague

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The Prague is an underground public transportation network in Prague. It is fairly cheap, efficient, safe and reliable. It is also the fastest means of transport around...

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Transfer from/to Prague Airport

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The Václav Havel Airport Prague is located in the northwest outskirts of Prague, about 20 kilometres from the city center. Since there is no metro at Prague Airport...

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Czech postal system

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If you want to send a postcard, a letter or a parcel you’ll have to visit the nearest post office. Czech post offices have been modernised in the last few years, becoming...

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Pay with Euro in the Czech Republic

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The official currency in the Czech Republic is the Czech crown (Kč, CZK), which is divided into 100 hellers. Although it is possible to pay in euros for certain services and...

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Food and drink

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Czech Republic is no land for dieters or vegetarians. Czech cuisine is renowned for being heavy. Many Czech dishes are meat-based, with thich, often creamy sauces most...

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Foreign embassies and consulates

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Below is a list of selected foreign embassies and consular offices in Prague, Czech Republic. You can find a complete list on the website of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs...

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Prague by bicycle

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Explore the city from another perspective. Tour Prague and its surrounding by bike, you can choose from a wide variety of bike trails and paths. If you come to Prague without...

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Czech Emergency contacts

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Should you find yourself in a difficult situation below are the contacts for first aid, hospitals, doctors and other numbers you might need. Should you fall victim or be...

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Barrier - Free Prague

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Persons can be transported in wheelchairs in the metro only in stations with barrier-free access, in passenger lifts, in modified freight lifts, or on incline and vertical platform...

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Visas and Passport Information

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Czech Republic is a member of the European Union (EU) and part of the Schengen area, thus most tourists do not require a visa to visit Prague and just a valid passport...

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How to get to Prague

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The city of Prague can be reached by various means of transport: by plane, train, coach, car, or even by boat. Prague Public transport is a convenient, comfortable and fairly...

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