Prague

Book your family taxi with car seat in Prague

Child friendly Prague Taxis with baby seat

 

Prague's bohemian charm and fairytale features make it an ideal destination for cultural vultures interested in history, art, music, and architecture. You might spend a whole day visiting Prazsky Hrad (Prague Castle), then recharge with a big meal at a traditional Czech bar. 

Spend some time with your family roaming around Old Town Square before heading over to the Astronomical Clock, which performs a mechanical promenade every hour. 

For the adults, the greatest bars in Prague are frequently old pubs where you may sip on Central Europe's best beers.

While traveling, put safety first and always book a taxi service with car seat for your little ones. Whether it’s for getting from the airport to your accommodation or from one tourist attraction to another, look for taxis with car seats.

Read on to find out where to look for family car seats in Prague and what family destination to put on your travel itinerary when visiting the Czech Republic capital city.

 

Where to get family taxis with car seats in Prague, Czech Republic

TaxiBambino is the solution for families with kids traveling to Prague, Czech Republic. It's important to us at TaxiBambino that you have a safe and comfortable trip, so don’t be scared to ask for an individual approach. 

Because your safety is our primary priority, we offer trips in taxis with child car seats. We can provide a Britax Romer Dualfix child car seat (for youngsters 9-36 kg) that is Isofix-secured to the car. 

You may also schedule trips with the tiniest children if you want to use a baby shell Cybex (up to 9 kg), and for larger children, we can provide a booster seat, which is required by Czech legislation for all children smaller than 150 cm. 

Car service with car seats are also provided for trips inside the city, between cities, or to another airport.

Tour-worthy family destinations in Prague (& how to get there)

1. Prague Castle

Many of Prague's most important sites include tranquil playgrounds that are great for escaping the tourist crowds. Which is the most magical? The green courtyard nestled amid the castle's quiet brick alleyways in the Nov Svt neighborhood. 

Take the 22 tram or a taxi with car seats to Brusnice and walk south until you notice a stone corridor labeled 'Dtské hit' (children's playground). The playground is closed for the winter, but this charming community is worth a visit at any time of year. 

2. Prague Zoo

Parents seeking an exciting way to fatigue their children will like the Prague Zoo. This 140-acre zoological park has pony rides, a petting farm, and an Amazonian village-themed play area.

Prague Zoo is frequently named among the greatest zoos in the world for its diverse population — endangered Malayan tapirs and Asiatic lions are among the over 700 species here. The freshly renovated canteen serves whole wheat crêpes and grilled fish.

3. National Theatre

The gilded roof of Prague's National Theatre dominates the city's skyline. Culture enthusiasts of all ages should check out the theatre's program of family-friendly shows.

You can book shows of ballet, opera, and 'Wonderful Circus' (multimedia performances combining dance, pantomime, and black-light theatre). Discounted tickets for morning and afternoon shows are available for children.

4. Karlovy Vary

Karlovy Vary (or Karlsbad) is a spa resort with various hot springs and one of Prague's most popular day outings.

The spa town itself is lovely, with brightly colored buildings and surrounded by woodland. Younger children will enjoy collecting keepsakes in the Karlovy Vary style by collecting a small bit of water from each mineral spring.

Karlovy Vary is a one-hour and forty-eight-minute drive from Prague. If you've booked a car or brought your own, this is ideal. You may also take the bus, which takes around 2.5 hours (not ideal for small children).

5. Pruhonicky Park

See one of the Czech Republic's most recognized sites and cross another UNESCO World Heritage site off your list. This enormous park encompasses over 250 hectares and is an ideal day excursion from Prague for families with children!

Pruhonicky Park is roughly a 15-minute drive from Prague's city center. 

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