europe Prague is the capital the Czech Republic, situated on the Vltava river. The city is home to a number of touristical attractions such as the Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Jewish Quarter, Old Town Square with the astronomical clock, Petřín hill and Vyšehrad. The historic centre of Prague is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

prague centre

Parking in Prague

Chargeable and limited parking applies in districts 1,2,3 and 7. For long term parking you are advised to park in one of the carparks. Cheap parking is set on the p+r locations on the outskirts of the city with cheap public transport to the city centre. Be aware that trhe blue zones are reserved for residents with a special long parking permit only.

On-street parking in Prague

Orange zone (max 2 hrs ) : Monday-Saturday between 08.00-18.00 hrs
- parking rate : 10 CZK per 15 min (40 CZK/hour)
Green zone (max 6 hrs) : Monday-Friday between 08.00-18.00 hrs
- parking rate : 30 CZK/hour
Free parking is settled in district 5 (streets Janackovo nabrezi, Zborovska, Stefanikova). The walking distance to the centre is about 20 min.

Car parks in Prague

Long term parking is set to the car parks in the centre. Parking rates are 20-50 CZK/hour, daily maximum is 200-700 CZK. Read more.

P+R Prague

Cheap parking is available on the outskirts of the city at one of the guarded and secured P+R locations, all near a metrostation. Parking rates: 20 Kč (0.80 EUR) per day. Read more.