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Can i pay in euro

by jetset05

Hi can i use euro in prague yet or is it still Czech Koruna

many thanks, Jeff.

Re: Can i pay in euro

by leics

Use koruna.

It is always best to use the legal currency of any country. If you try to use euro it may be accepted (some places give prices in euro as well as koruna), but you are almost guaranteed a poorer exchange rate.

Re: Can i pay in euro

by leics

You can get koruna easily in the UK from banks etc.

Re: Can i pay in euro

by jetset05

Thanks for the quick reply great help

Jeff

Re: Can i pay in euro

by leics

Enjoy! :-)

Re: Can i pay in euro

by LoriPori

When we went to Prague for five days, I used the ATM Machines and just took out what I thought I would need for a day or two. The bigger restaurants will take Euro or CZK Koruna but most little shops and restaurants only want CZK currency.
Enjoy Prague - it's absolutely beautiful.

Re: Can i pay in euro

by GrumpyDiver

My experience is as with the previous poster. I had my bank card along and withdrew Korunas at bank ATMs. The rate in Euros (when they took them) was not that good. We used credit cards for accomodation payment and many meals.

Re: Can i pay in euro

by travelfrosch

Slovakia has gone to the Euro, but the Czech Republic has not as of yet.

Re: Can i pay in euro

by bekerovka

In Praha you can also pay in Euro, bucks or pounds without problems but the change isn't good. Avoid change-offices in Stare Mesto!!! Better you use ATM or DC/CC or change your money in a bank. A good one is Unicredit in Na Příkopě, close Václav námĕstí on your right.

Travel Tips for Prague

The Prague Card

by Barton1968

The Prague Card is a 3-day admission card to 40 monuments and museums throughout Prague, with an optional 3-day public transport pass (underground, trams and buses in the city area).

Price:
Sights and transport:
- 790 CZK (adults) - approx. 25 EUR
- 610 CZK (students and children) - approx. 19 EUR

Sights without transport:
- 590 CZK (adults) - approx. 18,5 EUR
- 410 CZK (students and children) - approx. 13 EUR

For a list of places to buy The Prague Card:
http://www.pis.cz/a/prague/card.html#03

For a list of places to visit:
http://www.pis.cz/a/prague/card.html#04

St. Vitus Cathedral

by Lejla06

Dominant of Prague Castle and actually of whole Prague. You can see it from any position in Prague center.

Evolution of St. Vitus Cathedral takes long 1000 years!!!!!!!!!!!
First church initiated to St. Vitus established duke Vaclav in 30th of 10th century. Its was Roman Rotunda 13meters of mean.
In 1091 was finished bigger three-aisled basilica of St. Vitus, St. Vojtech and Virgin Mary by duke Spytihnev II.
In 1344 Charles IV. put basic stone of St. Vitus Cathedral in contex of rise Prague bishoprie to archbishopric. First architect was Matyas from Arras and after his death Peter Parler.
Cathedral was finished in 1929 to 1000th jubilee of murder of St. Vaclav (Wencesla).

In present you can see basics of rotunda.

Glühwein or Becherovka

by Luchonda

Becherovka is an herbal bitter appetizer, and a typical product made in the Czech Republic. It is flavored with anise seeds, cinnamon, and aproximately 32 other herbs. It is normally served cold, and is often used as an aid to digestion. We drank it in a warmed up Cognac glass. It can also be served with tonic water, in which case it is known as a beton (Czech for "concrete"). Its alcohol content is 38 percent (76 proof).
In general, a good warming up tool after visiting the Christmas markets in Prague

Lennon Wall

by Incubus30

I came across this wall quite by chance...... while walking around the city
It is nothing extraordinary , just a short wall full of grafitti,most of them have already been covered by other scribblings , so if you have a long way to travel to view this place, I would leave it .

However, if you are in the Kampa area, I would take a look...it is right next to Kampa Garden.

Statue of Tomas Masaryk in Prague Castle

by dlandt

Off to one side near the entrance to Prague Castle is a statue to the founding father of the modern Czech Republic, Tomas Masaryk. Th efact that he wears a three piece suit with a bow tie not too long out of fashion gives you some idea just how newly born an independent Czech nation is. Tomas Masaryk oversa the founding of the first republic which was not wiped out until the Nazi annexation of the 1930s. His reign set the stage for the Czech Republic of today. Granted, the location of the statue isn't exactly off the beaten path, but for most of us, the man is, although there is also a memorial to Masaryk located in Chicago.

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