Prague flood is over!
There is no reason to postpone your trip to Prague
There is no danger for tourists planning travel to Prague, no health risks or problems with supply at all. Most of accommodation and catering facilities are reopen.
The monuments, museums, galleries, theatres, concert halls and other amenities that have been affected by the floods are open to the public.
The Prague city transport has been affected too, especially metro. The substitutional tram and bus transport has been arranged. The information on changes in Prague city transport can be get in person after your arrival in Prague in the city-transport information offices in the metro station Muzeum, in the arrival hall of the Ruzyne airport or at phone number 9619 1817 (+420 2 9619 1817 from abroad).
If you intend to arrive in Prague by car be aware that most of the Prague bridges and some Prague districts (Karlin) are closed for cars - entry is allowed only for public transport and cars with permission.
Opened tourist attractions:
The Prague Castle and palace gardens
Old Town Square
House at the Stone Bell
National Gallery: Veletrzni Palace, Sternberg Palace and St. Georges Convent
National Museum and Antonin Dvorak Museum
National Technical museum
Museum of Decorative Arts
Petrin View Tower
The Powder Tower
The Municipal House
St. Nicholas Church
Bertramka (Mozart museum)
Church of Our Lady of Victory (The Prague Bambino)
Old New Synagogue
Botanical Garden in Troja
Jewish Town except Pinkas Synagogue
Bedrich Smetana Museum, Naprstek Museum
Troja Castle and garden
ZOO in Troja (partly open)
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