One of the many advantages of living in Prague is that the public transportation is so extensive and runs so regularly. The metro starts running at around 5:00 every morning, and stops at midnight. Trams and buses start even earlier – between 4:00 and 5:00 a.m. – and the last regular tram or bus leaves the initial stop between midnight and 1:00 a.m. After that, the night trams and buses begin running. Once you get out of the city, however, the most reliable form of transportation is a car. If you don’t yet know how to drive, or you need to brush up on your driving skills, these driving schools will help you. And the lessons are in English. NOTE:Read more.

Rather than taking a bus tour, with a guide pointing out the sights, or a river cruise, many people opt to take control of their own vehicle to see the Czech Republic. Motorcycle enthusiasts can rejoice in having several motorcycle tours of the country to choose from, including the following. Adriatic moto tours This Slovenian company provides guided and self-guided tours of Central and Eastern Europe. The Czech Hungary tour takes in Prague, Kraków (with a possible side trip to the infamous Auschwitz), Budapest, Ljubljana, Salzburg, and more. Harley Davidson, Suzuki, BMW, and other motorcycles are available for rent. Motorcycles can be rented for one day, or for more than two weeks. 24-hour support service is provided. A van willRead more.

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Whether you’re a driver, a cyclist, or a pedestrian, one of the first things you learn while traversing Prague’s winding streets is that the city’s trams have the right of way. Of course, not everyone follows the rules. A recent video posted to YouTube shows some recent near misses in the Czech capital, as cars and pedestrians don’t respect the rules of the road and put both themselves and passengers on Prague’s public transport in danger. Some of the most common incidents for Prague tram drivers include automobiles making a left turn in front of oncoming tram traffic going straight, and others making a u-turn on Prague’s narrow streets only to find themselves stuck in the middle of the tramRead more.