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Tourist Information

The Czech Republic (Česká Republika) consists of three historical territories - Bohemia (Čechy), Moravia (Morava) and Silesia (Slezsko)


1 Crown (Kč = Koruna česká) = 100 Hellers

Loss of credit/debit cards:

Important Telephone Numbers

Emergency Calls 112
Czech Police 158
Municipal Police 156 (also information on towed vehicles)
Medical Emergency 155
General Information 12444
Country Code to the Czech Republic 00 420

Phone Rates

Post Office Services

State Holidays

January 1 New Year´s Day, Restoration of the Czech Independence
Easter Monday
May 1 Labour Day
May 8 Liberation Day (1945)
July 5 Saints Cyril and Methodius Day
July 6 Master Jan Hus´ Day (1415)
September 28 St. Wenceslas Day (Day of the Czech Statehood)
October 28 Independent Czechoslovak State, Proclamation Day (1918)
November 17 Day of Struggle for Freedom and Democracy
December 24 Christmas Eve
December 25 Christmas Day
December 26 St. Stephen´s Day (the 2nd Christmas Day)

Transport in Prague

Metro5 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Trams and Buses4.30 a.m. – 12 p.m – daytime operation
12 p.m. – 4.30 a.m. – nighttime operation

Time tables on the stops at disposal.

Tickets for the public transport available at the tobacco shops, department stores, some hotels, metro stations, vending machines

Road Traffic

Driving on the right side.

Highest speed for vehicles:

Safety belts must be fasten.

Children must use safety seats (up to 36 kg of weigh or 150 cm of high).

Alcohol consumption for drivers is prohibited.

Vehicle lights must be switched on all day long.

For highways the toll sticker is obliged (available at the border crossing, fuel stations or post offices).

Tourist Traffic

Annually the Czech Republic is visited by approximately 6 milions of foreign tourists.