We are pleased to be able to offer Instant-Car-Hire.co.uk clients cheap car rental rates from each of The Czech Republic's local airports plus the main international airport at Prague.
The Czech Republic has a municipal airport at Brno that is used by the major budget airlines. Although the Czech airports are situated fairly close to cities, there is so much to see in this country that a hire car is a great add-on to any trip.
Begin your visit to The Czech Republic with car rental provided by some of Britain's leading car rental companies. We offer online bookings quoting discounted car hire in The Czech Republic.
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Beguiling Brno, a city found in south eastern Czech Republic where first impressions are deceiving.
The Czech Republic came about in 1993 when it split from Slovakia. Situated in central Europe, surrounded by Austria, Poland, Slovakia and Germany, the Czech Republic is a member of the European Union but anticipates joining the Euro in 2010 (or thereabouts). The currency here, until further notice continues to be that of the Czech crown (Czk).
The Czech Republic enjoys a temperate climate with warm summers and freezing cold but humid winters. A popular time to visit is during the period of May to September aside from the constantly busy winter periods where tourists love nothing better than to soak up the Christmas atmosphere in Prague.
Checkered with nostalgic villages, forests, mountains, famous towns and spas, the Czech Republic offers a varied array of attractions. The geographical variations between many of the districts in the Czech Republic are quite broad. While the west, Bohemia, is essentially a river basin of the Elbe and Vltava rivers and surrounded by mountains, the eastern Moravia region is a considerably hill ridden area.
Prague is not on its own when it comes to well preserved historic city centres in the Czech Republic. The UNESCO World Cultural listings include a number of areas like Telc, Cesky Krumlov and Kutner Hora that are scattered throughout its territory. A nation that is so obviously proud of its origins makes no apologies for promoting its traditions through a number of festivals during the year. These festivities offer a rare opportunity to experience all that is Czech from cooking to traditional music and entertainment from within its well preserved villages.
Popular with tourists are the ‘fairytale like’ towns of Karlstejn and Konopiste complete with seemingly magical castles, the rock climbing and challenging terrains of Sumava and the Krkonose and of course, the Gothic capital city of Prague for its historic charm and character. Its mountain peppered forests, despite having been cultivated for many hundreds of years, continue to offer scenery of incredible natural beauty as well as excellent sheltered habitat for the local wildcats and wolves.