Car Hire Prague Vaclav Havel Airport

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* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 17/12/2018-24/12/2018 at Prague Vaclav Havel Airport


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Prague Vaclav Havel Airport

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Mo-Su 0800-2200
Aviaticka ul., 16008,
Parking C building

Telephone: +420 225 345 021

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Hertz at Prague Vaclav Havel Airport

The international airport for the capital of the Czech Republic stands 12 miles northwest of the city. Prague Vaclav Havel Airport is a modern air hub that is easily the country's busiest airport, and the busiest in many of the surrounding eastern European countries too. It was formerly known as Prague-Ruzyne Airport. Now there are four passenger terminals, two freight terminals, about 3,000 parking spaces but no train or metro connection. So hiring a car is one of the easiest ways to get into Prague itself. The R7 Expressway leads northwest towards Germany, while the Evropská road leads towards the centre of Prague.

Visitors who hire a car at Prague Airport can easily explore the attractions of this popular capital. Highlights include the Charles Bridge over the Vltava River lined with baroque statues and the Old Town Square where a medieval astronomical clock spectacularly celebrates on the hour. The gothic St Vitus Cathedral is the Czech Republic's most important church and Prague Castle looms over the old city centre, today serving as the President's residence and a symbolic landmark of the nation. Of course, it's also a city to relax and try a Czech beer in one of the famous bars, or simply wander the narrow streets and shops of the historic quarter.