Car rental in the Czech Republic
Traveling around the Czech Republic - only by car!Traveling around the Czech Republic by car means knowing what an ideal rest is. This is a trip without any rush, chase after pleasures and the desire to at once and fully reward yourself for months of hopeless monotony.
People go to the Czech Republic to observe, to listen, to touch and to taste. A car is only your instrument to bring dreams and interests to life. You can rent a car not only in Prague. A rented car will be useful even if you intend to limit your stay by visiting the sights of the capital and the surrounding area.
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Routes and attractionsIf you plan to see as much as possible, then, we strongly recommend you to leave the city as soon as you rent a car in Avis. Otherwise there is a risk that you will not leave Prague at all.
If you plan to explore the western area – there is a choice between the mineral water of the world famous resorts of Karlovy Vary or Marianske Lazne, and the legendary Czech beer in Pilsen. In the latter case, you will have the opportunity to visit the Brewery Museum, the Great Synagogue and the "city under the city" - the Pilsen historical dungeons.
But if you are not thirsty, go south along the route Konopiště - Hluboka nad Vltavou - Cesky Krumlov.
Konopiště.Konopiště Castle is a must-see for any visitor: towers, drawbridges, narrow windows and centuries of old history. It is noteworthy that one of the owners of this magnificent structure was the very same Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the assassination of whom became the reason for the beginning of the First World War.
Hluboká nad VltavouThis city has a stunningly beautiful castle. It was rebuilt multiple times and finally brought to perfection. All tourists in the Czech Republic come here to enjoy the view. There is a hunting and forestry museum in a hunting lodge nearby.
Český Krumlov.This city will bring delight and ecstasy for amateurs of architecture and painting. In 1992, the architectural reserve was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Krumlov Castle is the second largest castle after Prague. There is also a Museum of Fine Arts, an open amphitheater here.
Heading east towards Brno, you are going to drive by a city Telč, where it is worth to spend a few hours exploring the city – it is also a part of UNESCO's world heritage.
There are a lot of the most vivid and unforgettable impressions for fans and connoisseurs of architecture in the Baroque style.
Brno.This city is very similar to St. Petersburg, because the inhabitants of Brno consider their city to be the real capital of the Czech Republic, where the estate of the Přemyslidis, the Czech royal dynasty, was located.
The main city of the South Moravian Region is quite a bit inferior to Prague in the splendor of its architecture. For example, The Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul can be admired for hours, in any light.
Stay here for a day or two and try traditional Czech cuisine: roast goose with red cabbage, baked pork rudders, and goulash with potato dumplings.
You can return to Prague driving along the E50. But if you have a little time left, take a small detour to stop in Kutná Hora.
Once one third of all European silver was mined here. The only requirement was an ordinary shovel: they literally were walking on the silver ore.
The main sights are the Cathedral of St. Barbara and the Sedlitsky church with the largest ossuary in the Czech Republic.
Prague.The capital of the country and its sights are under hundreds of multivolume studies. There are not enough words to describe the beauty of this amazing city. Use the car to see all the attractions. And be aware: a new discovery will be waiting for you at every turn.
Mandatory points of the route are: Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square, St. Vitus Cathedral, Karlstejn Castle and also the Dancing House and the Wall of John Lennon.
If you would like to spend some time on shopping, then you should visit the shops "Manufaktura", "Perfumed Prague" and the street market Farmer's Market Naplavka. Excellent perfumery and Czech "fast food" can be found on the Vltava embankment.