• Tourist Interest: Praha, Central Bohemia, Karlovy Vary and West Bohemia, Czech Saxony, Cesky Krumlov, Telc, Jindrichuv Hradec, South Bohemia, Kutna Hora, Bohemian Paradise, Moravian Karst, South Moravia, Olomouc
  • Mineral springs (curative), cliffs, sandstone mountains, limestone caves, underground rivers, forests, lakes, winter (ski) and summer resorts, rare animals and flowers, nature conservation areas and more.
  • Medieval castles and chateaux, palaces, all architectural styles, UNESCO treasures of the world (Cesky Krumlov, Holasovice, Kromeriz, Kutna Hora, Lednice-Valtice Complex, Litomysl, Praha, Telc, The Church of St. Jan Nepomucky in Zdar nad Sazavou, The Spire of the Holy Trinity in Olomouc, The Tugendhat Villa in Brno, Trebic), open air museums, Napoleon Battlefield at Slavkov/Austerlitz, museums, art galleries, historic glassworks and breweries, jewelry manufactures, private collection of vintage cars, rare collections.
  • fishing, rafting, mountain bikes, climbing, trekking, downhill and cross-country skiing, golf, horse-back riding, ballooning, gold-panning, tennis, hunting, paragliding, tandem skydiving, different team activities (ice-hockey, observation flights, paintball, classic car rallies, survival games, etc.)
  • 1 USD = approx. CZK 24, 1 EUR = approx. CZK 27 (Autumn 2016)

  • coins: 1, 2, 5, 20 and 50 Kc
  • banknotes: 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000 and 5000 Kc
  • Use only banks, hotel exchange offices or check points for money exchange. Keep your bank/exchange receipts for exchange on your return. Major credit cards are accepted in hotels and most downtown tourist and souvenir shops.
  • Knowledge of the English language is increasingly common especially among younger and middle-aged generation. At hotels and restaurants the prevailing international languages are spoken, likewise in shops of tourist interest.
  • Transitional climate between maritime and continental, characterized by hot, showery summers, cold, sometimes snowy winters and generally changeable conditions. A typical day in Prague during June to August sees the mercury range from about 15°C to 25°C.
  • Temperatures from December to February push below freezing. Wide variations are common, sometimes surpassing 35°C in summer and -20°C in winter. Summer's long, sunny hot spells may be broken by sudden, heavy thunderstorms. May and September have the finest weather.

  • Check the weather forecast for the next few days.

  • Central European Time (CET), from April to October - summertime (GMT +1, GMT +2)
  • Police:
    158, 112
  • Fire Brigade:
    150, 112
  • Ambulance:
    155, 112
    January 1stIndependent Czech State Renewal Day, New Year
    VariableGood Friday, Easter Monday
    May 1st Labor Day
    May 8th National Holiday - Liberation Day (1945)
    July 5th National Holiday - Cyril and Methodius Day - the Slavic Christianity Day
    July 6th National Holiday - Master Jan Hus burning at the stake (1415)
    September 28th National Holiday - Czech Statehood Day
    October 28th National Holiday - Independent Czechoslovak State Proclamation Day (1918)
    November 17th National Holiday - Day of Fight for Freedom and Democracy
    December 24th Christmas Eve
    December 25th Christmas Day
    December 26th St. Stephen's Day
  • 220 volts, 50 Hz AC.
    Nearly all outlets have the two small round holes common throughout Continental Europe; some also have a protruding earth (ground) pin. If you have a different plug or want to use the earth pin, bring an adaptor, as they are difficult to find in the Czech Republic. North American appliances will also need a transformer if they do not have a built-in voltage adjustment
  • Prague (Praha) - the capital of the Czech Republic, is rightly regarded as one of the most beautiful towns in Europe. The styles of all historical periods as revealed in the architecture are proof of its rich and famous history.The very setting of Prague adds to its unique style: the town grew up in the basin of the longest Bohemian river, the Vltava, and gradually came to cover the surrounding slopes and plateaus. A walk through the narrow streets of the historic center, along the embankments, across the bridges and in the lively pedestrian zone offers ever new views and impressions.Prague has 1,217 million inhabitants, 12 per cent of the entire republic, the largest population of all the towns in the Czech Republic. On its area of 497 sq. km., the density of population is 2,449 persons per sq. km. It serves as the political, commercial, administrative and cultural center of the country and the seat of the President, the Czech Government, Parliament and the Senate. Prague is the center of banking, the seat of the major corporations, the main road, rail and air transport junction of the country.
    Bank/Shop Opening Hours:
    Monday to Friday:
    Banks9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    Supermarkets 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
    Shopping malls 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
    Some TESCO Stores around the clock
    Saturdays & Sundays:
    Banks closed
    Supermarkets 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
    Shopping malls 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
    Some TESCO Stores around the clock
    Banks closed
    Shops limited opening hours

    Opening Hours in Places of Interest:
    Museums, galleries, castles, chateaux:
    Tuesday to Sundays10:00 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    • Most castles are closed during Public Holidays and from November till March. Jewish Quarter in Prague is closed on Saturdays and on Jewish holidays.
  • Metro
    The underground subway - is the fastest and most efficient means of transport in Prague.
  • Tickets
    The same tickets are valid on the metro, trams and city buses. They are available at hotel reception desks, newsstands and from vending machines at the metro stations.Ticket for CZK 24 is valid for 30 mins and ticket for CZK 32 is valid for 90 mins. Travel passes (1 day, 3 day and 7 day) are available at the City Transport Authority outlets (e.g. the Mustek Metro station).
  • Taxis
    When using a taxi hire hotel cabs or call a radio taxi. To be on the safe side fix the fare before getting in the car or ask the bellman or waiter to set the fare in advance to avoid a possible misunderstanding later.
  • Airport Transfers
    From the airport to the hotel by taxi the fare can vary between CZK 500 – 900 depending on the distance traveled. City minibus shuttle with scheduled departure times has a terminus at Namesti Republiky (Republic Square) and the fare is approx. CZK 80/person. Regular city bus operates from the airport to the nearest metro stations, Nadrazi Veleslavin (journey takes approx. 15 minutes) and Zličín (journey takes approx. 15 minutes).

Daniel Kalina

Managing Director


+420 602 37 57 04

Jana Schlixbierová


+420 602 45 83 83

Jitka Turecká


+420 777 67 57 08

Lucie Musilová


+420 777 67 57 06

Jana Nováková Rotportová


+420 777 67 57 07

Radka Hračová


+420 777 67 57 03

Katarína Boufouss


+420 777 67 57 02

Věra Velová


+420 777 67 57 04

Nataša Kalinová