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Why rent a car in Prague with Rentalcars.com?

Here at Rentalcars.com, we make it easy when you want to rent a car in Prague. We bring you fantastic prices, a great choice of cars from all the major suppliers (including Budget, Hertz and Sixt) and different rental pick-up locations — such as Prague train station, the airport and the city centre. Simply use the search form to tell us when you need a car, then let us do the hard work. In a few seconds, we compare prices and provide all the information you need to find your perfect car. You can even filter the search results by supplier, rating, pick-up location, fuel policy, size and specifications to find what you are looking for.

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  • Unlike most countries, the Czech Republic has no tollbooths. Instead, you must purchase a window sticker that needs to be attached to the inside of the windscreen. The stickers can be bought at petrol stations, border crossings and some post offices. Rented cars should come with a motorway sticker already attached.
  • If a tram stops, do not pass it on the inside. This is the side where passengers alight and passing on this side is forbidden.
  • Parking is only permitted on the right-hand side of the road. However, this restriction does not apply to one-way roads.

Which companies offer best value in Prague?

Budget and Rent Plus often include an additional driver with their cars in Prague, saving you money if you want to split the driving with someone else. Offers like this will be clearly stated on the search results page. However, we are impartial: so we show reviews and ratings submitted by previous customers next to each listing. Their feedback will help you see which suppliers people trust and recommend the most, so you can make an informed choice when deciding who to rent with.

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Day trips from Prague

Bohemian Switzerland National Park: Named by two painters who first likened the area to distant Switzerland, the beauty of the Bohemian Switzerland National Park has drawn artists and tourists for centuries. The stunning landscape of sandstone peaks, carved gorges and dense woodland can be reached in just under two hours when driving from Prague. The most famous feature here is Pravcicka Brana; the largest natural stone bridge on the European continent. However, this is just one of the incredible sandstone formations visitors can find when exploring the park’s extensive network of trails.

Český Krumlov: The UNESCO World Heritage site of Český Krumlov has become an enormously popular destination for tourists in the Czech Republic. This charming location can be reached in approximately two hours then driving from Prague, and is well-worth visiting. Situated on the banks of the River Vltava, the town was built around a 13th-century castle with Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque elements. The jewel in the crown of this central European region, this architecturally stunning medieval town’s heritage has remained intact — and has evolved over more than five centuries.

Terezín: Just one hour’s drive from Prague lies Terezín, a sleepy little country town with a dark past. The former garrison situated here was used as a refugee centre for Czechs fleeing the Nazi advance. When the rest of the country soon fell into Hitler’s clutches, Terezín became a Gestapo prison, a Jewish ghetto and then a deportation camp sending trains directly to Auschwitz. A truly moving experience, the memorial tour offers a poignant reminder of those horrific times and also tells a story of life, death and the prisoners’ secret celebrations of culture, politics and faith.

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