FAQs and Tips in Prague

What is a good one day trip from Prague?

UNESCO World Heritage Site, medieval city Kutna Hora is about 1,5 hour by car or by by bus and Cesky Krumlov is managable on one day but you will be exhausted. Better to have two days to really enjoy it. It is about 3 hours by car or by bus. Brno is worth a trip if you like modernist architecture and you would like to see the famous Villa Tugendhat. Approx. 2,5 hours by car or by train. You can easily go to Dresden – 2 hours by car or Nurnberg (2,5 hours by car) in Germany. There is also a good train connection to both cities.

What other countries is good to explore when traveling to Czech Republic?

Austria, Hungary, Poland, Germany. Vienna is a must see, Budapest and Krakow, Dresden and Berlin are interesting.

How do I get from the airport to Prague center?

You can get to the center by taxi, bus and subway. You can get some basic information at the Prague Airport. However, it is not so easy, it also depends how you feel about getting on the bus and subway on your way to Prague center. Be very careful about the taxi drivers in front of the airport arrival hall. Even Czechs are usually calling for a non-airport cabs to make sure “that the taxi is not more expensive than the air ticket.”
We can wait for you and take you directly to your hotel by car for a fixed price. Contact us for details.

What is a good taxi service in Prague?

Tick Tack Taxi  telephone number 14222

AAA Taxi telephone number 14014

Profi Taxi telephone number 14015

Be careful about the cabs waiting on the street, these are tourist cabs usually for astronomic price. Always ask for the price in advance.

Prague Public Transportation

You can buy a one day (110 CZK) or three day pass (310 CZK) to get around Prague easily on subway, tram and bus – you can find detail info and prices here. The passes are sold at the main subway stations.
You can also buy a ticket by your cell phone – you just send the text message DPT24 (30 minutes for 24 Czech Crowns) or DPT32 (90 minutes) or DPT110 (for 24 hours) or DPT310 (for 72 hours) to local telephone number 90206 from a local prepaid sim card and the ticket codes arrives on your cell.More information here.

Overnight laundromat in center of Prague
Karoliny Svetle street No. 11, it is almost underneath Cafe Slavia. Facing the entrance to Cafe Slavia, look for a passage through the buildings (yes it is not very appealing passage) cut through the passage and turn to right, you will reach the Laundromat on the corner. Check the other corner and the Kavka Art Bookstore – as a reward for going through the passage. Good service, overnight cleaning.



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