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If you're touching down in the Czech capital by air, you can jump in an Avis car at the Prague airport to make the most of your time in one of Europe's most beautiful cities. They're open from eight in the morning right through to ten at night, seven days a week. If you're already in town and want to be a bit more mobile, no problem, you can drop by their office at Klimentska 46, Monday to Friday 8am to 4.30pm, (weekends open until 2pm) to sort yourself out some wheels (mention code "o788355" to start). Avis have got a great fleet of cars ready to drive away including Peugeots, Renaults and Toyotas. To book your vehicle online, or to find out more just go to the site, click 'Display Rental Agreement' and hit 'Ask Avis'. Avis' English language website should be able to answer all your queries and if it can't, you can contact them directly.
And once you're all buckled up and raring to go, Prague and its surroundings are yours to discover. And once you're all buckled up and raring to go, Prague and its surroundings are yours to discover. many of the 'must-see' sights are in the Old Town, including the world famous Charles Bridge, but venture further out of the heart of Prague and you'll be rewarded by stumbling across some lesser-visited cultural gems. To the west of the centre is the Mozart Museum in the very house where the great composer bedded down for a few years and where he crafted some of his greatest works including Don Giovanni.
Editor & Prague Local