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Czechia at a glance

International dialing code
420
Good to know
The Czech have many beautiful sayings, and one of them is "Patience brings roses" (Trpělivost růže přináší). For sure, if you've been waiting for so long to visit Czechia you won't be disappointed. This country is landlocked in the very center of Europe. Throughout the ages it has functioned as a beating heart of culture, producing some of the most wonderful talents (writers, directors, musicians, and visionaries) the world has seen. Beyond this, the Czech have great taste, and this will be evident upon wandering around, especially in Prague. Prague is a city you actually want to get lost in, between the cobble-paved squares, age old churches and museums. Pack your itinerary tight as Prague is super walkable. Visit places Charles Bridge or the Kafka museum, after which you can stop for a tasty beer. Keep in mind that the Czech Republic and Prague are hot spots for tourists year round, so you may encounter heavy crowding in city centers and long lines to get into hot spots. It's best to come here during shoulder seasons.
Time zone
UTC+1
Spoken language
Czech
Cost to avg. transport ticket
US$ 58.1

Transportation types in Czechia

 

Minivans in Czechia

 

Don't allow for the few routes in Czechia to send you into despair. This journey is super comfortable, and very much worthwhile to carry out by booking a spot on the minivan. Not only are the roads in the Czech Republic top class, the minivan cabins are as well. It's always very tidy and spacious on board. Drivers speak English, and will be more than happy to help you out with any questions or concerns you may have. This option is suited for any kind of traveler, whether you are backpacking or simply going on a day trip through Czechia.