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Guide to Prague

Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic, has a history that dates back to the 9th century, it’s location along the main routes of travel making it a regular stop off point for people moving across Europe for trade or migration. The great years of Prague’s development were during the 16th and 17th centuries, when trade was developing quickly across the area and the wealth within the city expanded dramatically. This money financed some wonderful buildings, with detailing and quality that was little-seen in those days. Many of these buildings remain today and give the city it’s unique appearance.

As a destination it has something for all – from party trips enjoying the amazing nightlife to couples enjoying a romantic time – Prague is a wonderful city.

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Sights to see in Prague

Make time in Prague and see some of the sights Prague highlights every visitor should see, the Wenceslas Square is one of the best. Other popular sights like the Prague Castle are definitely worth exploring! Prague’s culture guarantees plenty to see. Why not book a Prague city tour before you travel and allow our expert Prague based guides to show you some of Prague’s hidden treasures.

Sport in Prague

It often seems as though Prague’s overwhelmingly favourite pastime is Football, and the best-known team is Sparta Prague who play at the Toyota Arena. The biggest event in the Prague sporting calendar is undoubtedly the Prague International Marathon, which takes place at the city and is quite a spectacle!

Sights to see in Prague

Make time in Prague and see some of the sights Prague highlights every visitor should see, the Wenceslas Square is one of the best. Other popular sights like the Prague Castle are definitely worth exploring! Prague’s culture guarantees plenty to see. Why not book a Prague city tour before you travel and allow our expert Prague based guides to show you some of Prague’s hidden treasures.

Weather in Prague

Easily pinpoint the best time for going to Prague with our guide to the climate of Prague. The table below shows the average temperatures in Prague throughout the year to show you what weather to expect in Prague.

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Prague Driving Tips

If you want to drive in Prague, you need an IDP (international driving permit) for Czech Republic. You can book them with the AA, before going to Prague. In Prague, as with the rest of Czech Republic, you should always keep to the right hand side of the road. It is easy to book car rental in Prague before you travel to Czech Republic and there are a number of depots in Prague where you can collect your hire car.

Prague Airport Guide

Prague Ruzyne Airport lies roughly 12 miles north of Prague. The airport, whose international IATA code is PRG, and flights there take 2 hours from the UK approximately. Getting into Prague is easy. There are plenty of taxis available. Prague Ruzyne Airport has many shops to browse before you fly, offering souvenirs from your time in Prague if you want something to remember your visit.

British Embassy in Prague

If you get into trouble in Prague, or just need some advice, the Prague British Consulate is the place to go.

British Embassy
Thunovska 14
118 00 Prague 1

Telephone: (420) 25740 2111

The Facts About Prague

City Name: Prague
Country: Czech Republic
Language: Czech
Currency: Czech Koruna
Time Difference: GMT + 1
Electricity Supply: 220V AC 50Hz

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