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I've found that they're reliable during the day but can be problematic (no cars available) after midnight. In that case I recommend using their local (slightly pricier) equivalent Liftago. In Terminal 1 they pick up from the parking lot P1 outside the arrivals hall. In Terminal 2 they pick up from outside the departures hall. The app will tell you where ...


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While all the other answers are good, I would like to make the comparison in a more objective way. According to numbeo's safety and crime index, which is crowdsourced by contributors, Prague is a very safe city to visit, with the following score: Level of crime: Low Worries home broken and things stolen: Low Worries being mugged or robbed: Low Safety ...


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Prague 1 contains the biggest number of antique stores, followed by Prague 3. Some of the biggest ones are: Antikvariat Kant in Prague 1 Antikvariat Aurora in Prague 1 Prague Thrift Store in Prague 3


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Since 2015, restaurants in Czech Republic have to use standardized food allergy charts. Since the standardized allergens are numbered, restaurants often list just the numbers for each food, with a legend available (but the legend may be only in Czech). This is based on EU regulation 1169/2011, which lists the allergens in Annex II: Cereals containing ...


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Prague is safe, I would say to the European standards. You really don't get people coming to you with a knife and wanting your money, certainly not in touristic areas and not during the day (a bit more to this later). So, most theft comes from people not being careful enough. The standard rules apply that nothing valuable has to be accessible: no wallets in ...


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duplicate question Do I need a visa to transit (or layover) in the Schengen area? in short, yes you can go and enjoy the Prague City Center :-)


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I've visited Prague twice in the past five years and, as mentioned in another answer on this page, I didn't feel at any greater risk of being robbed in Prague than in other tourist destinations throughout Europe. Rick Steves has written extensively (in his guidebooks and online) about how to avoid pickpockets when visiting Europe, and one of his top ...


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Prague is no worse than any touristy city, better than some I would say. As always, if it happens to you, the impact can be huge. The risk is the same as at home, but when in a foreign country you will need to sort things out much faster and in a place where you do not speak the local language. Be prepared, do not keep your important papers and cards where ...



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