Getting around

By car

Driving is the most comfortable way of traveling. Highways and roads are well maintained but some driving rules may be different from what you are used to. Especially in big cities, certain Czech drivers may seem aggressive, but it is nearly as bad as in other countries around Europe. We have a zero tolerance on driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. If you want to drive on Czech highways you have to buy a toll sticker at every gas station. Speed limits are 130 km/h on highways, 90 km/h off the highways, and 50 km/h in towns. Headlights must be on at all times!

Would you like to rent a car and drive in the Czech Republic? Get your car here.

Minimize the risks and purchase reliable travel medical insurance before you come over to the Czech Republic. Choose your coverage here.

Private transport

Do you need private transport? Book a bus, car, comfy minivan or luxurious limo with a driver. Our partner provides professional chauffeur services - book here to have a safe trip wherever you want to go.

Public transportation

Czech public transportation is very reliable, comfortable and accurate. In big cities you can travel by buses, trolleybuses or trams which usually serve downtown and all suburbs. Prague metro is one of the prettiest, cleanest and most comfortable in the world. Intercity bus and train service is at the high level as well.

In the Czech Republic there is a widespread network of intercity buses and trains that runs to all major destinations, small town and even to every other village. You can find your bus/train here.

By foot / bike

Czech cities and their historical centers are easily reachable by foot or bike. Usually it is the fastest way of transportation. On top of that you can see a lot of sights and charming details you would otherwise miss. And it´s healthy and ecological! Book your Pilsen walking or cycling experience here!