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Getting There

Czech Republic - Getting There


Train

There is regularly scheduled train service to the Czech Republic from all major European cities. It is advisable to reserve seats in advance, as some of the international trains are heavily booked, especially during the summer months. Most international trains arrive at Prague's main station, Praha Hlavni Nadrazi. Some international and domestic trains arrive and depart from Praha Holesovice. Other stations for domestic service are Praha Smichov and Praha Masarykovo Nadrazi. All of these stations are located on metro stops and are easy accessible.


Air

Many major airlines including CSA (Czech Airlines) have service to Prague from a variety of international airports. CSA has regularly scheduled domestic service as well. For CSA flights information:

http://www.csa.cz/en/czechia/cz_home.htm

Useful Prague Airport Information from the Czech Airport Authority:

http://www.csl.cz/en/frames.htm


Car

Persons who wish to drive their vehicles into the Czech Republic from other countries in Europe must provide the following:

- Valid passport
- Your national drivers license (required)
- International Driving Permit (recommended)
- Vehicle registration documents
- Green Card insurance cover
- Written proof of permission from the vehicle's owner (if borrowed)
- National identity sticker affixed to the rear of the vehicle
- First aid kit
- Two red warning triangles in case of breakdown
- Replacement bulbs for all lights


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