Prague is the capital and also the largest and most populous city of the Czech Republic. This charming city represents a valuable historical city reserve with its unique collection of ancient monuments, winding alleys and constructions of all architectural styles.
Most popular attractions, events and restaurants in Prague
The old part of the city where most of the monuments, museums and galleries are, is situated on both banks of the river Vltava and consists of 6 parts: Stare Mesto, Josefov, Nove Mesto, Mala Strana, Hradcany and Vysehrad.
The top attractions in the city are The Prague castle, Charles Bridge and bridge Tower, Old Town Hall with the Astronomical Clock, Josefov - Prague Ghetto, Powder Tower, St. Nicolas Church, Petrín View Tower, Loreta and Vysehrad.
Prague hosts Spring and Autumn International Music Festival, International Organ Festival, Febiofest film festival, the One World and Echoes of the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival as well as the hundreds of Vernissages and fashion shows. The Czech Beer Festival is held for 17 days every year in May. And for those who like art, there is an exhibit called The Year of the Rose, that you should definitively check it out.
In Prague, you will find traditional or international dishes, served at restaurants or fast food and sausage stands. Most famous restaurants are Kolkovna, Bellevue, U Fleku-Brewery, Slavia or Gabriele. Big western brands, luxury boutiques are appearing all around the city.
Transportation in Prague
Prague’s public transportation includes trams, buses and metro. The central train station is the busiest in Prague and is only a 5-minute walk from the famous Wenceslas Square. Private taxi from Prague Train Station to your hotel can be pre-booked online for comfortable and pleasant transportation to your destination. Prague buses run every 6-8 minutes during peak time and mostly cover the outskirts of Prague.
Prague Ruzyne International Airport is the busiest in the country and serves approximately 50 airlines connecting Prague with about 130 destinations worldwide by direct scheduled flights. Most flights depart Prague Airport from the North Terminals (Terminal 1 and 2), and the South Terminals (Terminal 3 and 4) handle a few irregular flights, as well as VIP flights.
Getting to Prague from Prague Airport
Public transport from Prague Airport to Prague city centre involves taking a bus or train. Your other options are to take an airport taxi or book a private airport transfer in advance. You can find the airport taxis at the Terminals 1 and 2 Arrival Halls. The most reliable and comfortable way to get to your location is with our Prague Airport Transfer. We have different types of standard and luxury vehicles that you can choose from according to your needs.
In the offer, we include door-to-door airport transfer and meet and greet at the arrivals gate. Also, we include free cancellation and free updates. City Airport Taxis offers transfers not only to Prague City but to any other popular destination in the area like Karlovy Vary, Brno, Mikulov, Ostrava and Rokytnice nad Jizerou.
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