Tourist Offices are well worth visiting at the beginning of your trip to Prague for a few reasons. Free maps and leaflets advising what to do and see in Prague might be helpful. And you will be able to get all the information you need and advice on the best tourist attractions that you should take time out to see.
You can also pick up maps for the Metro, trams and buses to make planning your journeys much easier. If you need help booking hotel accommodation, they can check the hotels to see what’s available for you. Any tours you wish to go on or a night at the theatre or opera – they will have full details of what is on and where. They are open seven days a week, so you can visit them on any day you choose. They close slightly earlier in off-peak seasons, but we have their opening hours listed below.
Please bear in mind that not all information centres are official, even if they display the international blue and white ‘i’ sign.
Tourist Information Centres
* The Old Town Hall – Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí); Open: MON-SUN 9am-7pm
* Lesser Town Bridge Tower (Malostranská mostecká věž); Open: APRIL – OCTOBER (summer season only), MON-SUN 10am – 6pm
* Rytířská street 31, Old Town; Open: MON – FRI 10am – 6pm, SAT, SUN – closed
* Wenceslas Square (upper part) – corner of Štěpánská St.; Open: MON – SUN 10am – 6pm
* Prague Airport (Letiště Praha), Terminal 1 (open dialy from 9am – 7pm) and Termianl 2 (open dialy from 8am – 8pm).
General information in Czech, English and German: Phone +420 221 714 714 (Mon – Fri 8 am. – 4 pm), E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Czechtourism Information Centres
* Staroměstské náměstí 5 (Old Town Square)
* Vinohradská 46, Prague 2