Prague 2 is an area that stretches from Jirásek Bridge, across náměstí Míru to half of Francouzská (Vinohrady), then leads the entire embankment (Náplavka) to the beginning of Podolí. This includes Nusle and Vyšehrad.
Where and how I can park
Just like on “number one” they are here as well blue zone literally everywhere. The zone is not as big a problem as it is excess cars, so finding a free parking space is sometimes a superhuman act, usually ending in many swearing and a desperate feeling. You may be able to park a few streets away, so you need to have a long enough reserve. Also, prepare for the fact that the vast majority do it is a longitudinal parking lotwho has a problem with that, probably won’t park.
While over the weekend it will be quite comfortable with parking, during the week it really won’t be. If you are not in the mood to drive around for half an hour with the feeling that someone may leave, it is better to go straight to the car park in the parking lot on the outskirts of the city (P + R), or in the garages of the nearest shopping center. It will cost something similar and then you can comfortably get to your destination by tram or subway.
In addition to the blue zones, here you will also find the so-called mixed zones, then also the orange and green zone. Those who are registered have an advantage plug-in hybrid or electric carbecause the EL brand entitles you to free parking. Others, if they do not hold parking cards, have to pay a car. In some cases, if you plan to stay at the address and stand all day, it is probably worth not paying and paying a fine because it’s cheaper. However, we do not want to induce anyone to break the rules. So you better choose another parking option and then get to the place differently.
It is advisable to study the additional tables for the mark that indicates the zone. For example, you will find out when the parking space is paid for. Sometimes it ends at six o’clock in the afternoon and you can still stand here for free. Elsewhere, however, there are zones that are charged on weekends as well.
There is no shopping center in Prague 2 where you can park better and without nerves. However, it is right next door to Flora department store Atrium Flora. The hour is free and each additional one is for 50 crowns.
What is the price
You can pay different amounts for street parking. On the blue ones it is from 40 to 80 crowns, depending on the area you are in. In other zones, you can easily pay just two per hour and it will pay off. The vast majority are easier and more convenient to pay for parking through a mobile application or website virtual parking meter. All you have to do is enter the area in which you are standing – or use the GPS to search for it, enter the license plate and choose the standing time. Then you can easily pay for it with a card, for example.
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