05 Feb

What to Eat in Prague

What to eat in Prague

Czech traditional cuisine has been influenced by German, Austrian, and Hungarian cuisine. The most used ingredients are tubers (potato, carrot, etc.), cabbage, mushrooms, and game meat. In restaurants you will find various meats with sauces, roasted meats, sausages, etc.
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05 Feb

Where to Eat Affordably in Prague?

Do you want to know where you can eat and drink traditional Czech food and beer at a good price in Prague? If the answer is YES, then continue reading our recommendations of great restaurants in Old Town Prague.

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Kolkovna restaurant Prague

Kolkovna is a restaurant chain with various Prague locations, one of which is found in the Old Town, just in front of the Spanish Synagogue. It offers typical Czech food and the famous Pilsner Urqüell beer.

  • Address: Vítězná 7, 110 00 Praha 1
  • Schedule: Every day 11:00 to 24:00

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22 Jan

Exchanging Money in Prague

The Czech Republic is one of the few European Union countries that doesn’t use the euro. The country’s official currency is the Czech Crown (CZK), or Česká Koruna (Kč) in Czech.

Exchanging Money in Prague
Therefore, if you come to Prague, you will need to exchange money since not all places accept credit cards or euros.
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12 Jan

How to get from Prague airport to city center

Prague airport (Václav Havel’s Airport) is the country’s most important. It’s named in honor of the man who was both the last president of Czechoslovakia and the first of the Czech Republic.

Prague Airport to city center
Photo: Hynek Moravec / CC BY 2.5

It has 3 terminals. Terminal 1 is for flights to/from outside the Schengen Area and for intercontinental ones. Terminal 2 is for flights to/from inside the Schengen Area. Terminal 3 is for private aviation. The airport is about 15 kilometers from the city center and is well-connected by public transport.
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11 Jan

Prague Public Transport

Prague public transport is completely integrated, which means that you can travel in any type of transport, with as many transfers, and as many times as you need within the duration of your ticket’s period of validity. It’s a flexible system that allows you to reach any part of the city with ease.

Prague Public Transport

Prague Metro

Prague metro has 3 lines (A, B, and C), and operates daily from 04:45h to 00:00h. It operates every 2 to 3 minutes during peak times, and every 5 to 10 minutes during non-peak hours. All metro lines travel through the city center.
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