Rent a car Prague – travel mini-guide for Prague
City of Prague is among the most amazing capitals in Europe, especially in eastern. Because of its ancient history, the city received many of epithets, such as: Tower Prague, Golden Prague or The Pearl of European Crown. The history of Prague began in third century BC. As independent, Prague is formed in 1784 as a result of consolidation of six districts, each with it’s own architecture, territory and administration. One of the most ancient districts are Prague Castle and Vyshegrad.
Although you can arrange some local car rental form with ease, you can compare Prague car hire prices at Carena Rent car rentals. Typical rate of car rental deals are between 20 and 50 EUR per day for Economy, Compact or Standard rent a car classes. Any of the Prague car rental dealers are accepting credit or debit cards, traveling checks or cash.
Many Prague car rental companies are available for you to rent a car. One of the most popular are National car rental in Prague, Sixt, Hertz and Europcar. You can rent a car from the airport of Prague located 10 km west from the city center, as well from Prague downtown, or in front of your hotel or hostel.
In case you are planning to stay no more than 60 days, you will have no need of any special documents to use Prague car hire services. You just have to make sure, you’re bringing your driving license and you are older than 18 years, which is the minimum legal driving age. Your driving license could be international, or local one. Seat belts are mandatory in Prague, on all of the seats. Children over 12 years old are allowed on the front seats of the rental car in Prague. The speed limits are 50 kph in built areas, 90 kph in main roads and 130 on the highways.