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Parking in Prague

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Since the fall of communism Prague has become as congested as most other European cities so finding a parking place can be a challenge.

Street parking
There are three parking zones in the city center: orange - 2 hour parking (from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.), green - 6 hour parking (from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.), and blue - reserved for residents and offices. If you leave your car parked on the street make sure you don't leave any values inside that could attract the attention of car burglars. Car burglary and theft are common crimes in Prague like in other bigger cities.

Parking garages
You will have better luck finding a place in a parking garage where your car will also be in safety. These are some parking garages in the center:
Divadelní Street (National Theater)
Králodvorská Street (Kotva department store)
The Renaissance Hotel
Hotel Prague Marriott
Hotel Intercontinental
Opletalova Street (near Wenceslas Square)
Bolzanova Street (near the main train station)
Wilsonova Street (Garage Helios)

Park & Ride parking lots
If you do not absolutely have to drive in the city center you should leave your car at a guarded parking lot at the outskirts. There are a number of Park & Ride lots located at many metro stations outside the city center, e.g. at Skalka, Zličín, Nové Butovice, Radlická, Opatov, Rajská zahrada, Černý most, Nádraží Holešovice. The purpose of these lots is to encourage people to take public transportation and therefore improve the bad traffic situation in the center. The lots are guarded and very cheap. They close around 1 a.m after the metro stops running. | Contact us


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