europe Prague is the capital the Czech Republic. 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 center is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. MORE ABOUT PRAGUE

Parking in Prague

p-europe The inner city centre of Prague is partly a pedestrian zone where parking not is allowed and a residents zone (blue zone) where parking is only permitted is to parking permit holders only. Parking for visitors is possible but very limited in two parking zones. We would like to advise you to park in one of the carparks in the centre or in the P+R's on the outskirts.

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On-street parking in Prague

Chargeable and limited parking is set to the city centre of Prague. The maximum parking time depends on the traffic pressure at the location.
p-europe Orange zones : maximum stay 2 hours
p-europe parking rate : 40 CZK/hour (€ 1.60/hr)
p-europe Green zones : maximum stay 6 hours
p-europerate : 15 CZK/30 min. (€ 1.20/hr), 6 hours 120 CKZ (€ 4.80).
In both parking zones you have to pay on Monday to Saturday from 08:00-18:00 or 20:00, but even paid parking on Sunday could be possible. Check locally what the situation is.

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: 10 CZK (€ 0.40) per day. Overnight parking costs 100 CZK. READ MORE.