Car Hire Prague

Where do you want to rent a car?

 Different Drop Off Location or Country?

8.7 / 10


4.2 / 5


Prague Car Hire

Car Hire in Prague | Compare the rates of all major car hire providers in Prague, Czech Republic

Rentalcargroup offers a price comparison of all car rental companies in Prague, Czech Republic. Why spend hours doing research while we show you the rates, fleet and car rental terms of all car hire companies in Prague, Czech Republic.

More than 100,000 people use our services each year to save time and money on their next car hire. Let us help you find a deal on your next car hire and see our high customer rating at

Prague Car Hire Comparison | We offer a price comparison of all car hire suppliers in Prague but you choose your car hire based on price, car hire agency and fleet choice.

Prague Czech Republic Car Rental Partners

Car hire locations in Prague - Select your location in quote box

  • Prague - Airport [PRG]
    • Prague - Railway Station
      • Prague
      • Prague - Hotel Delivery
      • Prague - Parizska

      Prague Car Hire & Travel Information

      Prague. It is one of the largest cities of Central Europe and has served as the capital of the historic region of Bohemia for centuries.


      It is regarded by many as one of Europe's most charming and beautiful cities, Prague has become the most popular travel destination in Central Europe along with Vienna and Krakow. Millions of tourists visit the city every year.


      Spring season is one of the best times to come for a visit, especially in the month of May with the flora beginning to bloom after months of hibernation.

      The summer is a very popular time to travel and you can expect to see an influx of tourism throughout the warmer months. The weather is warm and sunny but sometimes the heat waves can be overwhelming, so people with respiratory problems may have some trouble, this is also the country's rainy season.

      Get in 

      By plane

      To travel between the airport and the city center:

      Public buses offer connections to several metro stations, from which you can travel to the city center in a total travel time of 45 minutes. Public transport tickets, which are valid on the buses, metro, and trams can be bought from kiosks called Public Transport in the arrivals halls (07:00-21:00, credit cards accepted. No American Express cards), the DPP kiosk in the arrivals area of Terminal 1, or the vending machine next to the bus stop outside the terminals (1 vending machine accepts cards). Tickets are available in time increments of 30 minutes (24 CZK), 90 minutes (32 CZK), 24-hours (110 CZK) or 3-days (310 CZK). You can also buy a 90-minute ticket from the bus driver (only cash), but it costs 40 CZK. You can transfer between the buses, metro, and tram for no additional charge as long as your ticket has not expired. Remember to validate your ticket as soon as you get on the bus by sticking it into a yellow machine with green glowing arrow, or you may be subject to a fine of 800 CZK if you are caught. Info on the schedules and routes can be obtained.

      By train

      It is located east of the city centre not far from the City Centre. In June 2009 a new terminal building was opened. It is about a 10 minute walk from the Masarykovo train station (below which is Namesti Republiky metro station).

      By bus

      It is located east of the city centre not far from the City Centre. In June 2009 a new terminal building was opened. It is about a 10 minute walk from the Masarykovo train station (below which is Namesti Republiky metro station).

      By car

      When travelling on highways and expressways, you must have a vignette (except for small in-town sections which are extempt and marked so).

      Get around

      One key thing to note if you are staying outside of the the city centre is that public transport buses do not enter the historic districts (Old Town, New Town, Lower Town, etc.), so as to prevent air and noise pollution.


      Prague is renowned as a very "walkable" city. For those who enjoy seeing the old and new city by foot, one can easily walk from Wenceslas Square to the Old Town Square, or from the Old Town to Charles Bridge and the Castle District. However almost all of the streets are cobbled, rendering it very difficult for disabled or elderly travellers to get around effectively. Drivers must yield to pedestrians at all marked pedestrian cross-walks.

      By boat

      You can travel down the famous Vltava River (Moldau, in German), which inspired writers and composers such as Smetana and Dvorak.

      What to see in Prague

      New Town (Nové město); New Town was established as an extension of Old Town in the 14th century, though much of the area has now been reconstructed. The main attraction here is Wenceslas Square, a rectangular commercial square with many stalls, shops and restaurants. At the top of the square is the National Museum which is well worth a look (see below). Midway down this historic boulevard, one finds trendy discos and Art Nouveau hotels, as well as quaint parks and arcades, while just off the beaten path are some wonderful panoramic views (Henry Tower), romantic restaurants and the dazzling, Disney-colored Jubilee Synagogue.

      Lesser Town (Malá strana); Across the Vltava River from the city centre and leading to the castle, this quarter also offers beautiful streets and churches (of which St. Nicholas Church is the most renowned). The Lennon Wall, which used to be a source of irritation to the communist regime, is also found here, near a Venetian-like canal with water wheel and close to the Charles Bridge.

      Infant of Prague (Jezulátko) [58]. This famous statue of Christ, known also as the Holy Infant of Prague, is among the most widespread religious images in the world. The original statue can be seen in the Church of Our Lady Victorious in Lesser Town.

      Loreta. A beautiful Baroque convent in the Lesser Town.

      Strahov Monastery (Strahovský klášter); A monastery on the mountain. Worth a visit for both its picture gallery and its notable Renaissance library.

      Prague Dancing House (Tančící dům) also known as "Fred and Ginger"; one of the most fascinating architectural expressions of Prague co-designed by Vlado Milunic and Frank Gehry. Accessible from Karlovo náměstí metro station.

      Real-life escape rooms

      Mazement Escape Room
      One of the most popular activities in Prague is the escape room challenge. This is recommended for groups of 2-5 people. As the escape room is an indoor activity, this can be planned in advance independently from the weather condition. Most popular activities among the locals and tourists are the Puzzle Room Prague, Getaway Prague (realistic atmosphere of the civil shelter), Escape Room. Questerland, Cryptex and Mazement.

      Photography Tours of Prague

      The tours are always tailor-made to fit client's needs and expectations. Learn about photography, enjoy friendly and knowledgable guides and bring home stunning pictures from Prague.

      Street Photography Prague - Experience the richness of the local culture through the eyes of your camera. Street Photography Prague organizes one and two-day courses for those with an interest in street photography.

      Bike Tours

      Prague has more than 120 kilometer of bike paths to its disposal. This makes Prague a suitable city to discover by bike. Nowadays Prague can be seen as a real cycle city. This is confirmed by the great offer of cycle services and centers.

      Rental Car Reviews

      See below last 5 customer reviews. Our customers rated Prague Car Rental with an average of 9.60 based on 20 ratings.

      Reviewed by:

      Rentalcargroup Service:



      Great Car Rental Experience In Prague

      Rented a car for 10 day in prague. the price was right, and we were offered a free upgrade in size of car because the rental company did not have the size we rented in stock.rnall in all an awesome experience.

      Reviewed by:

      Rentalcargroup Service:



      Great - No Hassle- Online Booking - Fast Service - Will Recommend To F

      I have booked car on line for a week from canada at rent + and have to say the service was excellent. fast, no problems - clerk speaking english no problem . originally booked vw golf and was upgraded to mondeo at no extra charge as they had no golf available at that time. car was clean, almost new. i am very happy customer and will definitely use the same car rental agency in a future. way to go!!!! keep up the good work !!!! it counts.rnrnthank you. peter

      Reviewed by:

      Rentalcargroup Service:



      Excellent Service

      Guys were so helpful with us.rnrnthanks a lot

      Reviewed by:

      Rentalcargroup Service:




      My flight was delayed for 1 hour. the man at the thrifty desk apologised for making me wait a few minutes and gave me an upgraded vehicle. really pleased with the car and their service. will definitely use them again.

      Reviewed by:

      Rentalcargroup Service:



      Very Satisfied

      We were to late with online booking, so all the normal priced cars were already taken and prices at the airport prague were really high. after we find out bus transfer would take way too long we tried one more time the online the rental..and voila we found a smart from sixts rental for really good deal that was immediately ready. everything went smooth, the car was brand new and you didn't even had the feeling you were driving in a smart. next time we'll definitely use it again.