Paid parking is possible at the address or nearby streets (no parking permits required). Other options are to leave your car in the guarded parking lots and underground garages. Free of charge short-term 3-hours parking (5 hours weekends and holidays) is possible at Nový Anděl shopping mall. Long- and short-term parking at Parking Anděl is right next to the underground, line B Anděl, close to tram stop Na Knížecí and costs 400 CZK per day. Another possibility is to park in the underground garage of the cinema CineStar AndělCity (850 CZK for one day, 3620 CZK for monthly parking). There are quite a few other places around.

Parking

Don’t leave any valuable objects in the vehicle as they might just attract too much unwanted attention. If you are coming to Prague by car, it is highly recommended that you drive to the apartment, unload your bags, and then park your car for the duration of your visit. There’s no need to drive around while visiting Prague due to the parking problems, pedestrianized zones and heavy traffic in the City Centre. Prague is a walking city and has a very good public transportation system which takes you anywhere in the Old Town and New Town comfortably within a couple of minutes.