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    Low cost car rental in Prague - Car hire Prague

    PraguePrague,in first the capital of Czechoslovakia and now capital of the Czech Republic and is known as "the city of 100 towers" for the particular architecture of its historic center, protected by UNESCO as World Heritage Site. The city is served by the airport Ruzyn, thanks to RentalUp you can take a hire car to drive to the center city.

    Prague, the city "old"and "new"city

    City of PragueThe typical view of Prague includes the Castle and the underlying Vltava River, crossed by many bridges. The Prague Castle, which dates back to the ninth century, was the residence of the kings of Bohemia. Within its walls are located the Gothic Cathedral of St. Vitus, where kings were crowned, but also a monastery and the Royal Palace, which houses the crown jewels. In the Castle District is also located the "Golden Lane," where it says resident alchemists charged between 1500 and 1600 by the Emperor of Austria to conduct their studies on the transmutation of metals into gold. For about a year, lived in this street is the famous writer Franz Kafka, now houses mainly souvenir shops, including objects made of Bohemian crystal. Returning to the city we cross the Lesser Town, the Baroque architecture, until you reach the Charles Bridge, long more than 500 meters and decorated with numerous statues, along which are space souvenir stalls and street artists. The bridge leads to the Old Town (Stare M? Sto). On the square there are some historic buildings, including the Church of Our Lady of Tyn, which dominates with its Gothic spiers, and the Old Town Hall with its famous astronomical clock, which displays over time the timetable and information on the position of the stars and is equipped with moving figures.

    Not far away are the Josefov, the Jewish quarter, where is the setting for the legend of Rabbi Law and the Golem; To visit the old and evocative Jewish cemetery. Finally we reach the New Town (Nové M? Sto), the area around the main square, dedicated to the patron saint of Bohemia, Wenceslas Square, is an excellent opportunity for shopping, but also to see examples of Art Nouveau as the so-called "house dancing". For those who arrive in the Czech town by plane, RentalUp, thanks to its subsidiaries, allows low cost prices to take a rental car at the airport Ruzyne in Prague, saving time and money, and visit the city in all autonomy and comfort.

    Where to have fun in Prague

    Having fun in PragueIt is not difficult, in the central districts of Prague, find a pub where you discover the traditional Czech cuisine, here we can enjoy delicious roast pork or duck, or the traditional carp, accompanied by sauerkraut and knedlíky (bread dumplings or potatoes), all tasting the famous chickpea beers (Pilsner Urquell and Staropramen of all), there are plenty of places where you can enjoy, as well as the kitchen, background music live. A glass of Becherovka, a typical herbal liqueur, will allow us to get back in shape to continue the evening in the most famous clubs in Prague: the Klub Lávkam in the Old Town, and the Karlovy Lazne, with its four floors is a nightclub largest in Europe and is located right next to the Charles Bridge. In conclusion, the low cost car rental service in Prague by RentalUp allow us to always have full availability in a convenient means of transport.