PRAGUE TOURIST GUIDE

Prague Tourist Index

ACCOMMODATION IN PRAGUE
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4 STAR HOTELS

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APARTMENTS
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LONG STAY / LONG TERM RENTAL
FLIGHTS TO PRAGUE / AIRPORT

CHEAP FLIGHTS TO PRAGUE

AIRLINES FLYING TO PRAGUE
PRAGUE AIRPORT INFORMATION
GETTING TO PRAGUE

FROM UK

FROM IRELAND
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FROM ASIA / JAPAN
PRAGUE TRANSPORT / CARS

PRAGUE CITY TRANSPORT

ARRIVING TO PRAGUE BY CAR
ARRIVING TO PRAGUE BY BUS
CAR RENTAL
PRAGUE TOURIST INFORMATION
FACTS ABOUT PRAGUE / IN BRIEF

WEATHER / WHEN TO GO THERE

MAPS

BUSINESS HOURS

NATIONAL HOLIDAYS

GUIDE BOOKS

GUIDED TOURS / SIGHTSEEING
SHOPPING / SOUVENIRS
ELECTRICITY / ADAPTERS

DISABLED TRAVELERS

FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN

MEDICAL SERVICES / HOSPITALS

ABOUT CZECH REPUBLIC

CZECH LANGUAGE

PRAGUE HISTORY
PLACES TO SEE / ATTRACTIONS

TOP ATTRACTIONS / DON'T MISS

CITY DISTRICTS / CITY GUIDE
CHURCHES
MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES
THEATRES / BLACK LIGHT T.
OUT OF PRAGUE ATTRACTIONS
RESTAURANTS / DINNING OUT

ABOUT RESTAURANTS / BARS

CHEAP RESTAURANTS
MIDDLE CLASS RESTAURANTS
TOP RESTAURANTS
CZECH BEER
ENTERTAINMENT / CLUBS

ABOUT / GENERAL

CLASSIC MUSIC AND OPERA
JAZZ CLUBS
ROCK CLUBS
DANCE CLUBS

CINEMA

NIGHT CLUBS / ESCORTS

NIGHT CLUBS

STAG PARTIES

GAY & LESBIAN SCENE

COMMUNICATIONS / PHONES / POST
ABOUT / GENERAL
USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE THERE
EMAIL / INTERNET CAFES
ENGLISH MEDIA / NEWSPAPERS
MONEY MATTERS / COSTS

COST IN PRAGUE

EXCHANGE OFFICES / ATMS
PRAGUE SAFETY / ADVICES

IS PRAGUE SAFE?

TOURIST VISA / IMMIGRATION

TOURIST VISA

EMBASSIES
CUSTOMS
WORK IN PRAGUE / JOBS

ABOUT PRAGUE JOBS

PRAGUE PICTURES GALLERY

PICTURE GALLERY

E-BROCHURES
MOVIES

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ARRIVING TO PRAGUE BY CAR

The quickest way of taking your car to the Prague from Britain is via the Channel Tunnel (Euro Tunnel). The most direct route from Calais to Prague is via Lille, Brussels, Cologne, Frankfurt and Nuremberg, entering the Czech republic at the Waidhaus - Rozvadov border crossing - a journey of just over 1000 km. As in the rest of Continental Europe you drive on the right-hand side of the road. The legal driving age is 18 years. The speed limit in built-up areas is 50 km/h, on major roads 90 km/h, and on motorways 130 km/h. Children under the age of 12  mustn't sit at the front seat. Drivers from the USA, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand need no international driving permit, only a full domestic license, along with the vehicle registration. You'll also need a certificate of insurance or "green card", normally valid for three months, showing you have full liability insurance. If you opt for a Channel tunnel crossing the fares may be very expensive up to £300 for one car, the ferry can be as little as half the price of driving through. Itís worth looking for special deals as prices vary depending on  the season and promotions. Always book well ahead. If there are less then three people traveling this option is more expensive than flying - plus you will have to spend over 14 hours behind the wheel. The Czech republic is covered with a network of generally good roads; old routes often go through villages and small towns. There are some 500 km of European-style motorways, the main ones being the D1 or E50/E65 between Prague and Brno. The traffic on motorways and country roads tends to be light. Detailed information about driving car in Prague can be found here.

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Prague Guide

Prague Hotel Guide
Prague Apartments
Prague Airport Info
Prague Taxi Drivers

Walks of Prague

choose from following PRAGUE WALKS      
- The Superior Tour of Prague
- Ghost Walk of Prague
- Lunch on the River
- The Famous Pubs of the Old Town
- Dinner on the River
- Individual Walk
- Prague Castle and the Royal Route
- Prague by Car