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Skorepka 354/3, Staré Mesto (Old Town), Prague, Praha 1, Czech Republic
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Taxi from airport to Praha 1

by Pedro_Laia

Hi vT members!
can anyone tell me what will be the price (round), from the airport, to the Praha 1 district?
thanks in advance

Re: Taxi from airport to Praha 1

by packtarl

Look at www.cedaz.cz. They are outside arrivals all the time and will take you direct to your hotel for 480 korunas (about £16). This price is for up to 4 people (the whole group, not each). 5 and over is a bit more.They offer a small discount if you arrange return travel at the same time. Public transport is much cheaper.

Re: Taxi from airport to Praha 1

by r13

Taxi will cost around 500 CZK. The only taxi licensed to operate from airport is AAA Taxi. Here is their price calculator - just enter street names:

http://www.aaataxi.cz/Prices/

Re: Taxi from airport to Praha 1

by Irea

If you go by bus 100 to the final stop Metro B - Zlicin and then by metro anywhere, it will cost only 1 euro....

Re: Taxi from airport to Praha 1

by Pedro_Laia

thanks all of you. i know that public transportation could be cheaper, but it's for my parents...
regards

Travel Tips for Prague

The Astronomical clock!

by Deus_ultima

Go and see the astronomical clock! At every hour something of great beauty and genius happens..but i can't say! It's a surprise!

But then again, so many beautifull things are to be seen! The fortress and castles, the market, the National museum..

Jewish Quarto, or The Ghetto

by mrclay2000

The Jewish Quarter is generally reckoned a must-see section of Prague. Lying just north of the Old Town Square and fronting the river to the east and south, the quarter is easily accessible to pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Some of the poshest hotels are situated in the area not far from some of the seediest of Prague's accommodations. Most persons venturing into this neighborhood will generally come away with photographs of old cemeteries choked with headstones toppling over upon one another. What you should really do -- as you should do anywhere in Europe -- is look into the religious structures. There are a few churches in the Ghetto as well as synagogues. Make these houses of worship your focal point as much as those ghostly markers of the past -- and beware to refuse the moneychangers who haunt these lanes.

Changing castle guards

by Raimix

The scenes of changing castle guards could be seen every hour. This old tradition is quite interesting and gathers lots of Prague’s visitors to see it. Old stand, new come, they greet each other with moves of guns, and change positions of standing.

I don’t know if it happens every day, but once I saw guards’ parade in the yard of the castle.

It could be that tradition of changing castle guards has the same importance as touching St. Nepomuk’s statue in Charles Bridge or watching Town hall’s dings of astrological clock :)

Cesky Krumlov

by Barton1968

A great day out in this little town. Lots of things to see including the castle with its bears!
Plenty of cafes, restaurants and places to rest especially in the Old Square.
Take your walking boots, plenty of camera opportunities.

Old Priory Waterwheel

by sandysmith

The stretch of water from the River Vltava is known as the Devil's channel and used to activate the waterwheel on the mill. The waterwheel can still be seen but its barely functional and we were fortunate to see it moving one day of our visit.

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