Essential Information about Prague

The beautiful city of Prague lies in the central Bohemian region of the Czech Republic. The capital is generally regarded as one of the most picturesque cities in Europe and its historic centre became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992. Since the fall of the Iron Curtain, Prague has become the 6th most popular city destination in Europe and one of the most spectacular things you will initially notice about Prague is its amazing architecture, covering a whole range of styles, from Baroque to Renaissance, from Neo-Classical to ultra-modern and so on. The city also offers visitors a vast array of tourist attractions, including Prague Castle (the largest castle in the world), Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square and the area of Malá Strana (Lesser Quarter).

Useful Telephone Numbers in Prague

Country Dialling Code +420
City Dialling Code 02
General Emergency Number 112
Prague City Police 156
Police 158
Fire Brigade 150
Ambulance 155
Directory Enquiries 1180
International Directory Enquiries 1181
Prague Ruzyně Airport (+420) 220113 314/321

Transportation Information for Prague – Official Websites

Dopravní Podnik – Prague's General Transport Provider
České Dráhy (Czech Rail) – Czech Republic's Train Network Provider
Ruzyně Airport – Prague's Main Airport

Embassies in Prague

Australian Embassy Prague (+420) 296 578 350
British Embassy Prague (+420) 257 402 111
Indian Embassy Prague (+420) 257 533 490
Irish Embassy Prague (+420) 257 530 061
New Zealand Embassy Prague (+420) 222 514 672
South African Embassy Prague (+420) 267 311 114
United States of America Embassy Prague (+420) 257 022 000
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