parking prague
car parking czech republic
In PRAGUE paid parking is set in the city centre on parking bays with green and orange lines. Parking along blue lines is only permitted with a parking permit. Parking along yellow lines is forbidden. Since the capacity is limited, you are advised to use the car parks. Cheap are the P+R's on the outskirts.
car parking prague


City Centre
Operational hours
Charge and stay
Monday to Friday
08:00 - 18:00
40 Kč/hr (€ 1,60)
(max. 2 hrs)
Free parking


Paid parking in the green zones (residential and visitors parking) is set from 08:00-18:00/20:00. Max stay is 6 hrs, charge : CZK 30/hr. A lump sum of 120 CZK per 6 hours. Further informations to be seen on the parking meters.


Long term parking is set to the car parks in the centre. Parking rates are 40-120 Kč/hour, daily maximum up to 1.200 Kč.
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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 for guarded P+R's : 10 Kč (€ 0.40) per day. Overnight parking costs 100 Kč. Unguarded P+R's are free of charges.
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Events in Prague

Some of the biggest events in Prague:
  1. Prague Spring International Music Festival: This festival takes place in May and June and is one of the most prestigious classical music events in Europe. The festival features performances from renowned orchestras, conductors, and soloists from around the world.

  2. Prague Fringe Festival: This festival takes place in May and June and is an alternative theater and performing arts festival. It features a wide range of performances, including comedy, drama, dance, and music, and takes place in venues throughout the city.

  3. Prague Food Festival: This festival takes place in May and is a celebration of Czech and international cuisine. The festival features food from some of the best restaurants in Prague, as well as food and drink vendors from around the country.

  4. Prague Pride: This festival takes place in August and is a celebration of the LGBTQ+ community in Prague. The festival features a parade through the city center, as well as concerts, parties, and other events.

  5. Signal Festival: This festival takes place in October and is a light and multimedia art festival. The festival features installations and projections on some of Prague's most famous buildings and landmarks.

  6. Christmas markets: Prague is famous for its Christmas markets, which take place in various locations throughout the city from late November to early January. The markets feature traditional Czech food, drinks, and gifts, as well as live music and performances.

Popular tourist Attractions in Prague

  1. Charles Bridge: This historic bridge over the Vltava River is one of the most famous landmarks in Prague. It features stunning views of the city and is lined with statues and street performers.

  2. Prague Castle: This massive castle complex is the largest ancient castle in the world, and is home to a variety of historical buildings, including St. Vitus Cathedral and the Royal Palace.

  3. Old Town Square: This picturesque square in the heart of Prague's Old Town features stunning architecture, including the famous astronomical clock, as well as cafes, restaurants, and street performers.

  4. Jewish Quarter: This historic neighborhood in Prague is home to several synagogues, including the Spanish Synagogue and the Old-New Synagogue, as well as the Jewish Cemetery.

  5. Petrin Hill: This hill in the center of Prague offers beautiful views of the city, as well as attractions such as the Petrin Tower, a miniature version of the Eiffel Tower.

  6. Wenceslas Square: This historic square is one of the main commercial and cultural centers of Prague, and is lined with shops, restaurants, and theaters.

  7. National Museum: This museum features exhibits on Czech history and culture, as well as natural history and science.

  8. Dancing House: This unique building on the banks of the Vltava River is known for its unusual design, which resembles a pair of dancers.