When traveling across the region, you will appreciate the dense network of well built roads that will lead you to your final destination. Roadside assistance is a reliable standard, as are the many available car repairs and gas stations. Click here
to check out current traffic conditions.
A number of car rentals operate in the region and their services are mostly comparable. Drivers must be between the age of 21 and 70. In order to rent a car, you must present a driver’s license you have held for at least a year and a valid ID or passport. It is often required to pay by debit or credit card when checking out the car.
There are private taxi companies in most bigger towns in the region, mostly operataing around the clock. Tariffs vary by day and night. Most taxis have an initial boarding fee of 10-20 CZK and a rate of around 20 CZK per kilometer. The rate card must be placed in a visible spot (usually next to the driver’s dashboard). The driver is obliged to turn the meter on before departing. At the end of the ride, the driver must print a receipt stating the mileage on the meter, the price, the reference number of the vehicle and the name of the driver. It is possible to either board a taxi at one of their designated stops or request them to pick you up by phone. In the Czech Republic, it is not customary to hail a taxi that is driving by.
Bus and train
A whole series of regional bus and train connections is available. Their timely service is guaranteed by major carriers.
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