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Practical information about Prague and the Czech Republic: get ready for your trip to Prague with us!

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COVID-19 in Prague

The pandemic Covid 19 in Prague and in the Czech republicLike everywhere in Europe, but perhaps a little more in …

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Scams and Tourist Traps in Prague

As in all highly popular tourist destinations, there are plenty of traps in Prague of which visitors should be aware. …

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Crime and Safety in Prague

Prague is one of the safest capitals in Europe, and you can expect a peaceful, hassle-free visit without having to …

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Calling Abroad from Prague

To call the United Kingdom from the Czech Republic, use the national dialling code, 0044 or +44, and then the area …

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Consumption of Alcohol and Drugs in Prague

Consumption of alcohol in public places in PragueConsumption of alcohol in public spaces in Prague and the Czech …

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Disabled tourists in Prague

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Drinking Water in Prague

Tap water is safe to drink in Prague!You can drink water from taps in Prague without worrying about the effect on your …

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Electricity in Prague

In the Czech Republic, type C, E and F power sockets are used, with a standard voltage of 230 V and a frequency 50 …

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Free WiFi in Prague

Accessing the internet in Prague is free in many places, so finding a place to connect to Wi-Fi in the Czech capital …

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Navigate in Prague

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Parking in Prague

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Post Offices in Prague

If you need stamps, the easiest option is to buy them at the post office (pošta). It is easily identified by the yellow …

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Prague and Time Zones

Central European Time (CET) applies in the Czech Republic.In the Czech Republic, winter time begins (clocks go back) on …

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Smoking in Prague

For many years, anti-smoking laws in the Czech Republic were some of the most lenient in the Europe Union. Smokers …

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Supermarkets and Grocery Shopping in Prague

If you’ve chosen to stay in an apartment during your visit, you’ll want to know where you can buy groceries for your …

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Tipping in Prague

In both Prague and the Czech Republic, it’s standard practice to leave a tip, ideally 5% to 10% of the total bill, in …

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