Chateau St. Havel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Zamek Krc V podzamci 1, Praha 4, Prague, Bohemia, 140 00, Czech Republic
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How much cash should I bring?

by Karlie85

I like to get a little bit of foreign currency at home before I go anywhere, incase I need something right when I arrive and/or am not able to get to an ATM right away. What's a good amount of cash to bring? And, what is ATM availability like in Prague? If there aren't that many, then I'll have to bring more cash. I need to order it form my bank right away. Thanks.

Re: How much cash should I bring?

by leics

I don't use ATMs, but there seemed to be plenty all over the place when I visited last year (including at the airport).

Why not take the equivalent of what you'd expect to spend on a normal holiday day? Perhaps enough to cover the first evening and day (or two, depending on your wants and standards), so you don't have to faff about finding ATMs until you've properly 'arrived'. Then you can just take more out when you come across an ATM on your wanderings......

Re: How much cash should I bring?

by Great_Traveller

Prague no probs at all in the city center. Check first where you hotel is lcoated. If you are not far from Charles Bridge then no worries :)

Re: How much cash should I bring?

by coramper

i assume you'll be arriving by plane or train. there will be atm's aplenty at either location. i did have a problem in italy about 15 years ago when i arrived very late, and the atm was out of order, and i didn't have any lira. but generally, no problem finding functioning atm's EVERYWHERE, but if you're nervous, take leics advice and get some cash in the local currency to tide you over. have a great trip! susan

Re: How much cash should I bring?

by nicolaitan

ATM situation at prague airport is simple. as you descend the escalator to the baggage claim area, look to the far right wall - 4 ATM machines. nothing to it. particularly if you are connecting thru JFK in New York, avoid the exorbitant exchange fees at the terminal kiosks where the rates are just awful.

Re: How much cash should I bring?

by delcity

daily cost for trip to prague schould be less than daily cost for trip to montreal. i would take the amount you would need if you where going to montreal plus enought for a one way ticket home.
if there where no atms. USE THE ATMS.use the atms
DO NOT FOR GET TO GET THE INSURANCE THAT WILL PAY THE COST TO FLY YOU HOME IF YOU ARE BADLY INJURED SICK . OR SEND YOUR BODY HOME.
check out airmed .

Re: How much cash should I bring?

by leics

Prague is no longer a particularly cheap destination, sadly. I found it to be much the same as the UK (apart from public transport) ....not London, the rest of the UK.

But it makes sense to have a least a little local currency to hand because a) ATMs at the airport may be out of order or b) they may not accept your card. You don't want the hassle of phone calls to the bank as soon as you arrive, so having enough cash to cope with the first 24 hours or so is simply a great weight off one's mind.

Travel Tips for Prague

Stiff neck!

by gemjag

When you first arrive in Prague it is the buildings that strike you, you spend much of the time looking up at the amazing detail that seems to be on every one, not only the main tourist attractions. Towers and turrets are what I picture when i remember Prague and cobbled streets

Old Town Square was...

by Jillworld

Old Town Square was breathtaking. It is a huge, open area surrounded by amazing structures - Town Hall, Cathedral of Tyn, St. Jacob Church and many others. At night, there are spotlights shining up the spires creating a fairy tale effect. To the left of the photo you can make out the astrological clock, part of the Old Town Hall. I am sure you can find this on every VT Prague page!!

Prague or the Czech Republic...

by mbo

Prague or the Czech Republic as such, has the worlds greatest beer. And I have found that the american Budweiser is an offence to the Czech people.
Anyway american beer is like having se? in a canoo. It's f...... close to water!

Petrin

by ophiro

Petrin is a small hill near the castle with a great view.
You can see Prague's important monuments like Vysehrad , Hradcany and more with a relaxing atmosphere.

To get to the top of the hill you can walk or use the Cable-railway (cost 12 Kc for a 60 Min ticket)

Daytrip to Křivoklát Castle

by Krumlovgirl

Krivoklat  is a gothic castle with a history that stretches back to the 12th century. It is situated on an outcrop of rolling hills and overlooks deep woodlands and the river Vltava. It was once the  favorite castle of King Wenceslas IV and at the moment, of Hollywood filmmakers. The surrounding area is a nature reserve; in nearby Nižbor there is a traditional glass factory (Ruckl glass), which can also be toured.
Distance: approx. 40 miles (half-day trip)

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Address: Zamek Krc V podzamci 1, Praha 4, Prague, Bohemia, 140 00, Czech Republic