The capital of the Czech Republic is one of the largest cities in Central Europe and the best way of seeing it is with the help of our Prague car hire services. Prague is one of the few main European cities that was not damaged during the Second World War and this has allowed for its medieval center to be perfectly conserved.
Prague has a typically medieval center, compact with a mixture of walled courtyards, cathedrals, church spires and cobbled lanes. At the same time however Prague has also managed to grow and evolve into a modern city as well, being a city filled with vibrant energy, music, art and all sorts of other events meant to attract the adventurous traveller.
If you fly into the city then you will be landing at Prague Airport which is located a solid twenty kilometers from the city center; the airport is connected to the city via bus routes – special or otherwise – as well as several hotel shuttle services, however the best option by far would be to employ our Prague car rental services and have a car ready for you at the airport, that way you can complete the almost thirty minute drive to the city by yourself on your way to our destination.
There are many great sights to see in the city like Prague Castle for instance, it’s the biggest ancient castle in the world and right next to it you can see St. Vitus Cathedral which features a lookout tower as well as the Castle Picture Gallery and a series of other museums alongside the Royal Garden.
Once of Prague’s most beautiful structure is the Charles Bridge, the construction of which started in the 14th century and which acts today as a place of trade and entertainment.
The city has so much more things to offer though like other old and beautiful buildings as well as a plethora of museums and galleries such as the Czech National Museum and the Kafka Museum.
Prague is a very large city with lots of sights to be seen and many things to be experienced, and the best way that you can get as much out of it as possible is with the help of our Prague car hire services.