Prague is the capital city and political and cultural center of the Czech Republic. It has a greater than 1,000 year history and is rightfully one the top tourist destinations in Europe. The city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and boasts attractions including the Old Town Square, Astronomical Clock and Jewish Quarter.
The city is moderately accessible to wheelchair users. Getting around is relatively easy on the partially accessible public transportation system. The city is relatively inexpensive (in comparison to cities like Amsterdam, London and Paris), and offers tourists a great value. If you’re averse to cold weather, keep away during the winter months.
Prague Airport’s two main passenger terminals were opened in 1997 and 2006 and are wheelchair accessible.
Attractions & Sights
Go to the Christmas Market in the Old Town Square, see the oldest operating Astronomical Clock and visit the wheelchair accessible Prague Castle.
Hotels & Accommodations
Select a place to stay from this list of wheelchair accessible hotels in Prague.
The low-floor trams and city buses in Prague both have wheelchair ramps.
Adapted vans with a rear-entry wheelchair ramp are available in Prague.
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