Car Rental Locations in Prague
Prague Airport - Letiště Václava Havla Praha
The Prague airport is located about 15 km from the city center. It takes approximately 25 - 30 minutes (40 minutes in heavy traffic) to reach the center by car and about 30 minutes on public transport (bus no.119 + subway metro "A" station DEJVICKA). Public transportation is easy to use, clean, reliable, and runs frequently. Taking public transport will include some walking and the buses and subway can be crowded at peak hours, so if you have a lot of luggage, you may want to rent a car.
Prague Railway Station - Praha hlavni nadrazi (hl.n.)
Prague has several train stations. The most widely used ones are the Main Station (Hlavní nádraží), Holešovice Station (Nádraží Holešovice), and Smíchov Station (Nádraží Smíchov). They are all accessible by the metro and several tram lines.
Prague bus Station - Autobusové nadraží Praha Florenc
The two most frequently used Prague bus stations are Florenc and Roztyly. If you are coming to Prague on an international bus, you will most likely arrive at the Florenc bus station, which is located at the B/C line of the subway.
Prague City Center - Praha centrum
Prague's historical centre lies on both banks of the Vltava River. Charles Bridge is the main connection. The Old Town (Stare Mesto) is on the Eastern bank of the river. The Old Town is home to the most beautiful square in Prague, the Staromestské námestí. The Lesser Town (Mala Strana) is on the other side and high above this the Castle District (Hradcany), with the Prague Castle. The Castle District in Prague, or Hradcany, is popular due to the magnificent and imposing castle itself, and the St. Vitus Cathedral. All these attractions coupled with a laid-back café culture, Prague is a perfect town for a short break or holiday.
Prague Hotels - Hotely v Praze
Prague has so many fabulous Prague hotels to offer visitors. From Prague Castle on one side of the historical centre, to Wenceslas Square on the other (walking down through the Lesser Town, across Charles Bridge and through the Old Town), you need just 25 minutes. If you stay in a hotel or apartment in Prague 1 or Prague 2, on either side of the river, and you can easily walk to all the sights and attractions.
Prague Office - Kacelar Praha
Prague is a very dynamic city. Its fast growing economy lures businessmen and entrepreneurs from all around the world. Many international companies have chosen Prague as the site of their European headquarters. Prague offers both new office buildings and renovated historic buildings.