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    Car hire Prague airport - Low cost car rental Prague airport

    Prague AirportPrague Ruzyne International Airport (PRG) is the main airport in the Czech Republic, and one of the largest in Eastern Europe. With 4 terminal, develops a considerable traffic both in terms of passenger (reached 10 million in 2005), both for freight services. Covers about one hundred international destinations, hosting both airlines such as British Airways and Air France both low cost airlines such as Easyjet and Vueling. The airport is located at only twenty kilometers from the city, but the local public transport takes almost an hour to reach the nearest metro station. Given the travel time of public transport, will be certainly more convenient to use the services RentalUp to find a low cost car rental at the airport of Prague, and then obtain a convenient and fast way to visit the capital and other characteristics location of Czech Republic.

    Prague, the city of a hundred towers

    PragueFirst capital of Czechoslovakia and then the Czech Republic, Prague is situated on the banks of the Vltava River. The city has about one million inhabitants, which doubles if we consider the entire metropolitan area, and its historic center, protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, is visited each year by about 6 million tourists. The fact that you hired a car at Prague Airport will allow you to reach the city center in just twenty minutes. From here we start the visit of the historic districts of the city, so let's start from Hrad? Any, the district to the west of the Vltava River which is located in the historic Prague Castle. Going down to the river you cross the famous Lesser Town to reach the Charles Bridge (Karl? V most), which leaves you in the district of Stare M?'m The Old Town. Here you can ammirrare other famous monuments, such as the Clock Tower and the Church of Our Lady before Tyn. To the South you meet with the New Town, Nové M? I, whose heart is the Wenceslas Square, a meeting place of the city, full of typical restaurants, where you can drink good beer, produced in this land.

    Bohemia and Moravia

    MoraviaHire a car at the airport of Prague is the ideal choice if you do not want to limit ourselves to visit the capital, but we want to explore the surroundings. We are leaving in a southeasterly direction, through Bohemia (do not forget to buy some souvenirs made of the famous crystal!), To reach the Moravia. The historic capital of the region, Olomouc, still remains a fascinating city. Definitely worth a visit its many churches, among which stands out the neo-Gothic St. Wenceslas Cathedral. Very particular is also the symbol of the city, the Column of the Holy Trinity, which is also considered by UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    We can then take the car that we found thanks to RentalUp to reach the current capital of Moravia, Brno With a population of about 400,000 inhabitants, is the second largest city of the Czech Republic and an important industrial center, as well as being strategically located in halfway between Vienna and the Austrian Polish Krakow.

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