Car Hire Prague Václav Havel Airport
Find your perfect hire car at Václav Havel Airport PraguePrague, the historic capital of the Czech Republic – also known as “The City of a Hundred Spires” – offers a wealth of cultural attractions.
Pick up the keys to your Avis hire car at Václav Havel Airport Prague and explore this city and surrounding Central Bohemia at your leisure.
Plan your journey from Václav Havel Airport PragueFrom Václav Havel Airport Prague it’s just a 30-minute drive from the city of Prague. With an old town, which has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status, and an ancient castle (that according to Guinness World Records is the largest of its kind in the world), you’ll have plenty to keep you busy.
Prague Castle is just the start of the long list of architectural delights to explore here. The city’s main cathedral, which houses a wealth of treasures such as the baroque tomb of St John of Nepomuk and a 14th-century mosaic depicting the Last Judgement, is another must-see.
The medieval Astronomical Clock, set in the Old Town Square, is another big draw. Visitors gather around the front of the Town Hall where it stands to see the 600-year-old clock perform its hourly mechanical display.
Taking a walk across Charles Bridge is another highlight, as is ascending the futuristic TV Tower (Prague’s tallest landmark) to enjoy unrivalled views from the 93 metre-high observation decks.
Art lovers are well catered for with the National Gallery in Prague, displaying one of the largest collections in the Czech Republic with both touring exhibitions and permanent works.
Enjoy all that Prague and Central Bohemia have to offer at your own pace from the comfort of your rental car.
Beyond Václav Havel Airport PragueThe Czech Republic’s Central Bohemia Region surrounds the city of Prague. Touring by car is a good way to make the most of your stay. Expect to see forests, valleys, castles and other historic treasures en route.
Drive for around 45 minutes (via Prazsky okruh and the R4) from Václav Havel Airport Prague and visit the stunning rococo Chateau of Dobříš, which incorporates the summer apartment of famous Czech writer Karel Čapek. The grounds are delightful, with a French garden and English park to explore. If you’re into hiking or cycling, head off to explore the surrounding forests.
Křivoklátsko and Rakovnicko
From Václav Havel Airport Prague, it’s just a 45-minute drive (via the D5 and E50) to the regions of Křivoklátsko and Rakovnicko, which offer a wealth of attractions, including forests, rocks, castles and ruins, as well as the natural splendour of the Berounka river and its banks. Highlights include the gothic Křivoklát Castle and Křivoklátsko’s Protected Landscape Area.
Hiring a car makes it easy to explore all that Prague and the Central Bohemia Region have to offer. Pick up your rental at Václav Havel Airport Prague and start your unforgettable road trip.