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Pleasure or business? Luxury car rental in Prague

Pleasure or business? Luxury car rental in Prague

A visit the touristic places of Prague has a different meaning when you do it with freedom and that is possible by using a luxury car rental in Prague. Admire the stunning architecture of the city riding through the streets of Prague with a luxurious and comfortable car, or make visits to memorial places without worrying about how to get there. It makes any trip more enjoyable. You can combine sophistication and a good price by making only one choice. Rent a luxury car in Prague goes far beyond a whim because there are excellent prices for all types of profiles. Regardless of your reason to visit to Prague, pleasure or business, nothing better than staying in a stunning city, one of those special moments that are worth remembering on a perfect trip. The world becomes a more cozy place, and you feel special when stepping on a luxury sedan, or make a dream of driving a Ferrari 458 Italy Red Spider come true, or just opt for the comfort of seating in a BMW 3 Series M3.

Luxury Cars Rental

Opting for a luxury car rental service in Prague or any city in Europe becomes quite advantageous. In addition to offering a different level of quality in your travels, it also provides you the best driving experiences. You can visit remarkable places in Prague with High-status cars like a luxurious Rolls Royce, Bentley, Ferrari, BMW, Porsche, Aston Martin V8 Vantage etc. And all vehicles are properly insured and offer a phenomenal driving experience. All you need to do to rent a luxury car in Prague is to contact a reliable car rental company, such as Rent Luxe Car. However, it is necessary for the driver to have his identification card and a valid driving license. Anyway, whether it be a business trip or family holiday, make sure you have a driving experience and sophistication as you have never experienced.

Some important tips for your visit to Prague:

- The Stare Mesto (Old Town or Old Town in English) is the area where almost all tourist attractions in Prague are located. There, the hotels are usually a little more expensive than hotels located in the New Town because of the concentration of sights. You won't have to use public transport when you choose to use a luxury car rental in Prague, much less spend on travel and taxis. - While the Czechs are an honest and friendly people, waiters and Prague restaurants owners are famous for putting "extras" in tourists accounts. Pay close attention at the time to pay and always ask for the receipt, because we were victims of the establishment "smart" owners. - Taxi drivers are also known for taking advantage of tourists. Despite being relatively cheap to ride a taxi in Prague, it is good to negotiate a price or ask how much it will cost the race, before entering the cab. Opting for luxury car rental in Prague is the best option to avoid this kind of problem. - Many people wonder about how long to stay in Prague. The suggestion is that any tourist should remain in the city for three days at least. Other people think the minimum for staying in Prague is five days due to the high number of tourist attractions of Prague. If you are looking to know the nightlife of the city, the suggestion is to go to the city on a Thursday or Friday, as during the week the nightlife is quieter.

Now let's talk about the best sights of Prague:

There are so many beautiful attractions that it's hard to choose the best tour options in Prague. Like any other lucky (a) have already visited it, you certainly will leave there feeling that the city is one of the most beautiful capital, beautiful and civilized Europe. There is a new surprise in every corner: a beautiful church, a palace, a park... Here it is:

Charles Bridge

The Charles Bridge (or Charles Bridge) is one of the most important sights of Prague. Built in 1350, it was the only crossing over the River Vltava until the eighteenth century. The bridge remains the most important connection between Prague Castle and the Old Town today. The bridge has several statues of religious figures such as Jesus Christ and St. Wenceslaus (the patron of the Czech Republic), and three majestic towers, two on the side of Malá Strana (the Lesser Town) and another on the edge of the Sailing City. Do not miss sunset there, it is awesome. Tip: there is a restaurant almost under the bridge, called Klub Lavka, which has tables facing the bridge and the river. Prices are not high and the place is worth a visit, even if only to check out the scenery. There is a tour that includes a night tour bus, with a cruise and dinner on the Vltava River, a favorite among tourists visiting Prague. This tour provides a different way to see the city from the river while enjoying a delicious dinner with music, perfect to end a day of much tourism! You can visit two of the towers, the largest on the side of the Old Town (Stare Mesto), called the Powder Tower, and the other two on the opposite side of the river, the side of Malá Strana. This tower was built in the fifteenth century and inspired by its "older sister," which is on the other bank of the Vltava river. The pictures that you take up there is incomparable! Also, you can see the soldiers dressed in old uniforms, and some of them even play the trumpet. Undoubtedly, one of the best rides in Prague.

Library of Strahov Monastery (Strahov Monastery)

After visiting the Charles Bridge, the obvious route would be to continue up the hill that leads to Prague Castle. However, there is another option, which can be more interesting just by choosing to leave the visit to the castle for a later moment, since it is enormous and it deserves more time. Imagine yourself driving through the city by opting for a luxury car rent in Prague. Heading straight down the street which is opposite to the castle gates you will arrive at the entrance of another complex, the Strahov Monastery, a real architectural treasure of the city. These monastery houses were built in 1143, and they shelter Jesuit monks until today, as well a quite famous and beautiful library. The entrance fee is CZH 80.00, and you can admire the beauty of a collection of rare theological and philosophical books, centuries old, not to mention the two grand halls of the library, with it's beautiful frescoes.

Petrin Hill

Petrin Hill is a green area that has a tower, inspired by the Eiffel Tower, and a view of almost the entire city. You can climb the tower, and the entrance costs CZK 80.00, and the rise and rise can be made the lift, paying a little more. Also in Petrin Hill is the Mirror Maze (Bludiste) a house of mirrors that provides a very fun ride. Inside, there are mirrors that of effects that distort its image, a maze and a beautiful fresco of 80 square meters, which depicts the battle of the Czechs against the Swedish invasion of Charles Bridge (Charles Bridge).

Prague Castle

With many palaces, churches and museums, Prague Castle is not only a castle but a complex history of extreme beauty architectural and cultural importance. Thinking about the Prague Castle, you probably imagine a beautiful medieval castle, but the place is anything but less. There are several churches like the Cathedral of St. Vitus, which dominates the city's landscape and the monastery of St. George, as well as several palaces (the main ones are the Old Royal Palace and Rosenberg Palace). There are two types of tickets, one for a longer visit, which gives access to nine attractions, and one for the short visit, or Short Visit, which provides access to the main attractions of the complex: St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Palace, permanent exhibition "the Story of Prague Castle", the Basilica of St. George and the Rosenberg Palace. This ticket costs CZK 250.00. There are also guided tours, including bus tours and tickets to the castle and other attractions, and which can be booked in advance. But by opting for luxury car rent in Prague, you will have the comfort of taking the tour at the time of your preference.

Wallenstein Gardens

This beautiful palace and its gardens were built in the Italian Baroque style around 1620, and are so hidden and secret that if you do not pay attention to the small door that is on the wall of Letenská, you will most likely not find it. Inside there is the Czech Senate, a building that has a "loggia" at the entrance, a sort of open space typical of classic Italian buildings. The main points of the gardens are the Lake and The Dripstone Wall, a dark sculpture that seems to have been made with wet sand. The wall hides figures like snakes, distorted faces, plants, and many others shapes. Still in the gardens, with luck, you will see the peacocks, giving a show apart, displaying their feathers for everyone. Its entrance is free.

Library of Strahov Monastery (Strahov Monastery)

After visiting the Charles Bridge, the obvious route would be to continue up the hill that leads to Prague Castle. However, there is another option, which can be more interesting just by choosing to leave the visit to the castle for a later moment, since it is enormous and it deserves more time. Imagine yourself driving through the city by opting for a luxury car rent in Prague. Heading straight down the street which is opposite to the castle gates you will arrive at the entrance of another complex, the Strahov Monastery, a real architectural treasure of the city. These monastery houses were built in 1143, and they shelter Jesuit monks until today, as well a quite famous and beautiful library. The entrance fee is CZH 80.00, and you can admire the beauty of a collection of rare theological and philosophical books, centuries old, not to mention the two grand halls of the library, with it's beautiful frescoes.

Petrin Hill

Petrin Hill is a green area that has a tower, inspired by the Eiffel Tower, and a view of almost the entire city. You can climb the tower, and the entrance costs CZK 80.00, and the rise and rise can be made the lift, paying a little more. Also in Petrin Hill is the Mirror Maze (Bludiste) a house of mirrors that provides a very fun ride. Inside, there are mirrors that of effects that distort its image, a maze and a beautiful fresco of 80 square meters, which depicts the battle of the Czechs against the Swedish invasion of Charles Bridge (Charles Bridge).

Prague Castle

With many palaces, churches and museums, Prague Castle is not only a castle but a complex history of extreme beauty architectural and cultural importance. Thinking about the Prague Castle, you probably imagine a beautiful medieval castle, but the place is anything but less. There are several churches like the Cathedral of St. Vitus, which dominates the city's landscape and the monastery of St. George, as well as several palaces (the main ones are the Old Royal Palace and Rosenberg Palace). There are two types of tickets, one for a longer visit, which gives access to nine attractions, and one for the short visit, or Short Visit, which provides access to the main attractions of the complex: St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Palace, permanent exhibition "the Story of Prague Castle", the Basilica of St. George and the Rosenberg Palace. This ticket costs CZK 250.00. There are also guided tours, including bus tours and tickets to the castle and other attractions, and which can be booked in advance. But by opting for luxury car rent in Prague, you will have the comfort of taking the tour at the time of your preference.

Wallenstein Gardens

This beautiful palace and its gardens were built in the Italian Baroque style around 1620, and are so hidden and secret that if you do not pay attention to the small door that is on the wall of Letenská, you will most likely not find it. Inside there is the Czech Senate, a building that has a "loggia" at the entrance, a sort of open space typical of classic Italian buildings. The main points of the gardens are the Lake and The Dripstone Wall, a dark sculpture that seems to have been made with wet sand. The wall hides figures like snakes, distorted faces, plants, and many others shapes. Still in the gardens, with luck, you will see the peacocks, giving a show apart, displaying their feathers for everyone. Its entrance is free.

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