Car Hire Czech Republic

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£26 per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 24/12/2018-31/12/2018 at Czech Republic

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Car Hire Czech Republic

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Hertz in Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is a landlocked country found in, according to varied definitions based on Cold War affiliations, either central or Eastern Europe. It formally broke from Slovakia in 1993; although the two together were known as Czechoslovakia each state had been self-reliant for two decades. If you fancy seeing many remnants of the nation's historical monuments and buildings Car hire in the Czech Republic will give you the opportunity to explore. The capital city Prague remains dedicated to its gorgeous architecture whilst hiring a car in the Czech Republic will allow you to see the spa town of Karlovy Vary which also boasts a great deal of leisure and relaxation to visitors from far and wide.

Although not a particularly large country, monuments and attractions are split out across the country, so car hire in the Czech Republic is recommended. Over recent years we've seen glimpses of Prague through various blockbuster films and popular travel shows as the country fully opens its doors to international tourism. Rent a car in the Czech Republic and take a trip through Prague and Brno; the latter of which regularly holds Formula 1 Grand Prix events. Hire a car in the Czech Republic and experience these great cities and many more

If you choose to take up car hire in the Czech Republic there are a number of customs which you should follow to make your trip safe and enjoyable. You must purchase a pass to be allowed to travel on the motorways, these passes are on sale at most service stations and tourism offices and last for varying lengths of time depending on the duration of your trip. If you're not in possession of an EU driving licence then you'll also need to get the requisite forms signed to be permitted to hire a car in the Czech Republic.