Parking in Prague
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and is as congested as most other European cities. For this reason a parking spot is a challenge. If you have to park, here are some tips that you may find helpful:
Street parking – There are 3 parking zones:
– the orange one means that two-hour parking is for 40 CZK an hour between 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
– the green one is for six-hour parking for 30 CZK an hour between 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
– the blue one is long-term parking for residents and businesses (if you are non-resident, you are not allowed to park in here)
When you leave your car on the street, you ought to make sure that you did not leave any valuables inside it.
Parking Garages and Paid Parking Lots
It would be easier to find a spot in a paid parking lot or a parking garage and in addition, your car will be safer in here. Here is a list of some garages and lots around the city centre:
Palladium Shopping Centre serves as a large underground parking garage with 900 parking places on 3 levels. One can use a car wash in Palladium Shopping Centre. You will pay 50 CZK per hour within the first two hours, then 40 CZK an hour.
Parking Slovan is one of Prague’s largest parking garages with its 468 parking places on 13 levels. You will pay 40 CZK per hour when you will park here.
Main Train Station (Hlavní nádraží) is a large guarded parking garage with uncovered and covered parking places. The price is 40 CZK per hour.
National Theatre Parking Garage is an underground parking garage with more than 200 parking places. The price is 50 CZK per hour.