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4 Great Websites for Prague Tourists

Published on May 22th, 2014 in Resources

  • Photographer in Prague, c. 1930

  • Porter assisting an elegant traveler (source:

  • Prague Map, 1957

  • ČSA airline cabin, 1940 (photo courtesy of Czech Airlines)

This is the official foreign ministry website for the Czech Republic. It includes general information about the country, but most importantly, it includes entry requirements. Definitely double-check this site before traveling to the Czech Republic, as requirements vary within the European Union.

This website covers not only Prague but also the entire Czech Republic. It’s not especially easy to navigate but it can be a very helpful resource.

If you’re traveling to Prague, this is the best website to utilize as a resource. It’s easy to navigate and offers excellent information on Prague, particularly concerning cultural events.

If you’re a die-hard sightseer, the four-day card that this website offers could be an excellent investment: It provides free admission to over 50 museums and attractions, including the Prague Castle. They also offer two-day and three-day options. Visit their website to see what destinations are included and where the card can be purchased.
cost (4 day card): 1,200 CZK Adults; 850 CZK Students