|Price for parking out of
the opening hours of
the car park
|Price for parking
|Parking P+R||20 CZK||100 CZK||140 CZK (2x 20 CZK + 100 CZK)|
|Parking Prague congress centre||90 CZK||210 CZK||390 CZK (2x 90 CZK+ 210 CZK)|
Opening hours: daily from 4 AM until 1 AM (until the end of metro service)
The P+R Běchovice, Kotlářka, Písnice, Skalka II, Troja parking lots are self-operated, non-stop, with a maximum of 12 hours of parking. The Prague Integrated Transport system also includes P+R (park + ride) parking lots, located close to urban public transport and operated in connection with the subsequent use of urban public transport. The system currently includes the following parking lots:
Parking lots are located by metro stations (the Běchovice and Radotín parking lots are located by train connections). More detailed information about the use of these parking lots is provided by the Operating Rules, which are available at http://www.tsk-praha.cz.
The parking lots close after metro service ends. Drivers will pay CZK 100 for cars that are not picked up, plus the daily parking fee for the previous and following day (i.e., CZK 140 in total).
A complementary service available at P+R parking lots – Depo Hostivař, Holešovice, Ládví, Letňany, Nové Butovice, Opatov, Radotín, Rajská zahrada, Skalka I and Zličín I – is the B+R (bike and ride) service, which offers the possibility to park a bicycle for free of charge. The parking lot operator will issue a control card to the bicyclist in return for a CZK 20 refundable deposit. The bicycle will be released upon presentation of the control card. Bicyclists who leave their bikes in the parking lot beyond its opening hours, i.e., between 1 and 4 AM, will pay CZK 100. A stand for five bicycles is available at each of the parking lots specified above, except the Zličín I parking lot, which has a stand for ten bicycles.
Regular PIT fares apply to the driver's passengers. Tickets can be purchased from the same ticket vending machine as the parking tickets and transport tickets at P+R car parks, or from ticket vending machines in the metro.