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    Prague Airport Car Rental

    Prague Václav Havel Airport is the largest one all over Czech Republic: its inauguration dates back to the far 1937, when its official name was Prague Ruzyne Airport.

    The airport has been already recognized as a great example of architecture, so that it obtained a prestigious award at the International Exhibition of Arts and Techniques that took place in Paris in that year. Nowadays, the airport, from where you can reach the city centre with the rental car driving for 16 km, is named after the first President of the Republic of Czechoslovakia after the end of the USSR and, then, of Czech Republic.

    Among the airlines working here today, we can mention Brussels Airlines and EasyJet: the first one guarantees connections to the Belgian capital city, while the low-cost company those to London and Milan.

    Prague Airport Car Rental

    Prague: points of interest

    Among the most interesting cities in Continental Europe for tourists there is Prague, capital of Czech Republic: a city rich in history and monuments which has become a very popular destination all year round.

    Once landed in Prague Václav Havel Airport and picked your rental car up here, booked on RentalUp during the preparations for departure, you can soon start to discover the charming capital city of Czech Republic.

    The first place to visit, exploiting the car rental service at Prague Airport, is the Old Town, where there are symbols such as the statue of Jan Hus, a figure historically very important for Czech people, and the Astronomical Clock, that is one of the most visited places all over the country.

    Later, you must take time to the Castle of Prague: if you do not know, this building is the biggest of its kind in the world and visiting it allows you to go on a true trip into the history not only of Prague, but of Czech Republic.

    Returning to the area of the Old Town, it is worth to admire the many palaces that, over the time, have been built and that are a true hymn to several architectonical styles: among them, we can mention Kinsky Palace, true hymn to Rococo.

    The discovery of what once was the Jewish Quarter is charming, too. Here you can admire the Old-New Synagogue: dating back to the Middle Age, it is the most ancient Jewish place of worship still existent in the Old Continent.

    Lastly, taking advantage of the car rental service in Prague from Václav Havel Airport, you must immerse yourself also in Mala Strana, one of the most ancient districts in Prague.

    Prague Castle
    Mala Strana

    Prague: art and culture

    The car rental service from Prague Václav Havel Airport will allow you to move in complete freedom and to come back, after having visited it, to the Castle of Prague. The reason why you should return is the possibility to visit, if you have not achieved it during the first visit, the National Gallery: here you can find works by great artists, such as Tiziano and Tintoretto.

    Still in the Castle of Prague, you can find the Cathedral of Saint Vitus, which is surely one of the places with the highest symbolic value all over the city.

    Prague has really much to offer also to those who love museums. It is enough to think of the Jewish Museum or to that dedicated to Kafka. The first one opened to the public even in 1906 and is one of the most ancient museum centres n the world, among those dedicated to Hebraism. Franz Kafka Museum, instead, located in Mala Strana, where the genial author of “The Metamorphosis” lived for some years. This museum was inaugurated in the early 2000s and will allow you to discover much about the life and the art of the author.

    Continuing to speak about art, it is worth a visit also to the Mucha Museum. This museum has a particularity which makes it unique in the international panorama: it is the only one in the world dedicated to this important exponent of Modernism, still today true pride for any Czech citizen.

    Kafka Museum in Prague