Car hire in Czech Republic destinations can be excellent value when you book in advance. Find out more with our guide…
Spa breaks, wine tours, skiing, hiking… you might not have ever considered any of these things when thinking about a holiday in the Czech Republic, but this charming country offers a dazzling and diverse line up of things to see and do.
Prague, of course, steals the limelight with its festive markets, lively nightlife and a handsome collection of treasures from the past, including a castle, a medieval astronomical clock, and the Charles Bridge. However, travellers willing to go a little further will discover many more attractions outside the capital.
Read ‘where to go’, below, to find out what is within reach when you book car hire; Czech Republic attractions are simply waiting to be explored.
In the meantime, consider from where you would like to collect and drop off your car. Rental-car offices are located at Prague Airport (PRG), as well as Brno–Turany Airport (BRQ), Leos Janacek Airport Ostrava (OSR), and Kunovice Airport (UHE). Airport collection is ideal if you want to simply land, collect your luggage, pick up your car and then hit the open road. Alternatively, there are downtown car-rental collection points around the Czech Republic. Wherever you choose to collect your car from, booking in advance will save you money and enable you to secure the vehicle that best suits your needs.
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With car rental, Czech Republic roads will call to you, luring you from one amazing destination to the next...
The open roads of the Czech Republic can drive you towards a new and unique set of holiday memories. A little larger than the Republic of Ireland, you certainly won’t be able to fully explore the main destinations of the Czech Republic in just a few days. However, you could, for example, drive from Prague to Brno in around two hours, or to Ostrava from Prague in less than three and a half hours – making twin-centre breaks a definite possibility.
Alternatively, why not enjoy a few days in Prague and then head to Moravia, where most of the country’s exquisite wines are produced? The wine region is concentrated mostly to the south of Brno, which is a delightful city that offers some of the splendour of Prague, just on a smaller – and less famous – scale. Just make sure you have chosen a designated driver before touring the wineries!
To the west of Prague (around a two-hour drive) is Marianska Lazne. This stunning spa town is set in the forested mountains of the nation’s west. And its gorgeous buildings and famous hot springs make it an ideal short-break destination for those who appreciate the finer things in life.
Having a car also enables visitors to check out the Czech Republic’s excellent range of outdoor activities. The hills, mountains and waterways here present a huge number of ways to enjoy life away from the urban areas. Whether you visit in spring, summer, autumn or winter, hiring a car in the Czech Republic allows you to create the ideal break for you.