Arrival & Transport

Getting around

Prague is well-connected regarding transport, with its own airport just 20 km from the city centre. Most of Prague is well accessed by public transport.

The city also boasts a comprehensive and easy-to-use public transportation system, which some visitors won't even find necessary thanks to most attractions being within easy walking distance of one another (not to mention walking being one of the best ways to enjoy Prague).

In this section you'll find all you need to know about getting in and out of Prague, as well as around the city with general ease.



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Car rental

Expect to pay from 450Kč/day for a car but this one will come emblazoned in advertising and if you’re not fussy about perceived image, the Škoda Fabia is a great and cheap drive. You must be over 18 to drive, and you must carry your driving licence, a vehicle registration card and an ownership certificate or rental agreement at all times. Most foreign driving licences are honoured, including those issued in Canada, USA and the EU. New Zealand and Australian drivers should have an international driving licence. In the city, the speed limit is 50km/h, while outside urban areas, the speed limit is 90km/h and for highways 130km/h. Seatbelts are compulsory in the front and back seats and lights must be switched on at all times.

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