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Prague is built among some of the best driving landscapes Europe has to offer. On the outside, a selection of roads bypass the River Vltava and the luscious green forests on its banks. The inside of the city places a range of wide and narrow streets at your disposal to explore in your hire car as you make your way around this delightful city.

Throughout Prague, you’ll see iconic sights like the Charles Bridge and Powder Tower. The historic city’s split across many districts, each with its own unique charms, and driving is the perfect way to get acquainted with these and the city.

Hire a Car From Václav Havel Airport (PRG)

If you’re flying to Prague, you’ll be landing at Václav Havel Airport. Renting a car here is easy thanks to numerous car hire facilities like Europcar and Hertz. The valleys surrounding the city might call for a sturdier vehicle, so if you’re planning on driving here, car rental agencies provide a range to suit different tastes. The airport itself is just 12 miles from the city by motorway, which makes driving into Prague is simple. You can browse the various car rental options available with the Expedia search tool.

Hire a Car in Prague

If you’d rather rent a car from the city centre, take a number 119 bus from the airport to the last stop, Nádraží Veleslavín. From here, take the metro line A and get off at the Old Town Square. Alternatively, taxis aren’t expensive and can be hailed from outside arrivals. In the centre, you’re within walking distance of reputable car hire brands such as Avis, Broadway Car Rental and Car Rental Prague. Prague has several key main roads which make getting from A to B both efficient and enjoyable.

Day Trips from Prague

The Czech Republic has a wealth of medieval history, and Prague is the ideal base to start discovering it all. Krivoklat Castle is around 37 miles from the city centre and is full of Gothic architecture laid with thousands of paintings and books. For anyone looking to absorb rich Czech history and hear some harrowing medieval tales, this castle is the attraction for you.

An hour north of Prague, you’ll find the Terezin Concentration Camp. Still complete with the benches and bunks of its past, the settlement was liberated in 1945. This acts as a powerful reminder of the Nazi’s World War II occupation, and visitors are free to roam the entire complex.

The picturesque town of Karlovy Vary is just under two hours by car from Prague and is made up of a colourful array of buildings, although many were destroyed in natural disasters in the 18th and 19th century. One such spa survived, and is still standing more than six centuries later – a refreshing experience no matter what the season is.

If you’re travelling to Prague, then hiring a car here is a sure-fire way to make the most of the city and the regions surrounding it.




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