There are many taxi operators in Czech cities. But Prague's taxis belong to the most expensive taxi within European capital cities. And foreigners may pay much more than the normal price, if they don't take care. For these reasons, it is better to take a public transport (bus, subway, tram, rail etc). The subway in Prague (the only one in the Czech republic) operates more than 30 years and is still expanding.
When travelling through the Czech Republic, it is recommended to take trains or bus. Frequency as well as price conditions are very advantageous. During the night, for more security, it is better to take Eurocity or Intercity trains, with Policemen on board.
Czech Airlines propose also domestic flights between the main cities of the country.
For more information, visit the Idnes.cz, the national timetable information system.
Recommendation: Can be useful to travel in the country. The network of highways is growing each year, joining the biggest cities. Signalization is quite good.
But you should take care. Czech drivers do not care about traffic rules; they do not respect speed limits although they may obtain the significant penalties. In the biggest cities traffic jams occur regularly in the morning and in the late afternoon; in Prague it is during the whole day.
Historical: Prague, Kutna Hora, Cesky Krumlov, Telc, Tabor, Kromeriz etc.
Religious: Almost each village has some religious building or other monument.
: Czech Republic is also famous for its spa areas. The colonnades of Karlovy Vary
and the splendid spa buildings in Mariánské Lázne
Beach: The beaches are only at the dams and lakes (Lipno, Slapy, Orlik, Vranov).
is very popular in the Czech republic – especially ice-hockey, football, and Golf.
Shopping: The most popular souvenirs are products of Czech skilful craftsman, in particular glass, porcelain, and ceramics. Throughout Prague will you see nicely decorated and illuminated shops with Bohemian glass and porcelain. There are also many shops with handmade ceramics, where you can also buy handmade clothes and fashion accessories. Another major treasure of the Czech Republic is the semi-precious Czech garnet (also known as Bohemian ruby).