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I have asked a related question on finding accommodation during road-trip in the Czech Republic. One of the given answers suggests to inquire at the local tourist information centres. Given that I will be traveling during the summer holiday, how reliable is it rely on tourist information centres in the Czech Republic? I know that this approach doesn't work in the south of France, where you really need to book ahead. How is this in the Czech Republic (not considering Prague).

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The local tourist information centers won't be able to do anything for you if everything's booked out. I would recommend pre-booking something on and then cancelling at last-moment's notice if you manage to find an alternative option.

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But that is the question is the czech republic in general fully booked in the summer. As said, I would always pre book for the south of France. For the rest of France I usually take my chances. – user141 May 23 '14 at 12:59
Prague can often be full. Eveything else is not. – JonathanReez May 23 '14 at 13:21

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