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    Currency in Czech Republic – Czech Republic horuna CZK

    A practical foreign exchange and currency guide to Czech Republic


    What currency is used in Czech Republic?

    The official currency of Czech Republic is the Czech Republic horuna, with symbol and currency code CZK.


    Things to know about the Czech Republic horuna


    What the Czech Republic horuna looks like?




    Czech Republic horuna – Markets & Rates

    1 USD = 23.43 CZK
    Sell USD  →  Buy CZK
    USD to CZK at 23.43 is 4.6% below its 90-day average 24.57 with range 23.42-25.71.

    11 Nov 2022
    0.1% 2 Week
    27 Aug 2022
    5.2% 3 Month
    25 Nov 2021
    2.8% 1 Year
    26 Nov 2017
    9.8% 5 Year
    27 Nov 2012
    19.9% 10 Year
    30 Nov 2002
    24.6% 20 Year
    USD/CZK historic rates & change to 25-Nov-2022



    Compare Czech Republic horuna Exchange Rates & Fees

    The below comparison table makes it easy to find the best exchange rates and lowest fees when you want to make a Transfer or Spend Czech Republic horuna.

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    Travelling to Czech Republic

    No trip to the Czech Republic is complete without visiting Prague, the cradle of Czech culture and one of Europe’s most fascinating cities. Prague offers a near-intact medieval core of Gothic architecture that can transport you back 500 years. The Czech Republic’s charms are not confined to its urban areas. From gentle strolls to serious hikes, ramblers have plenty of options since the Czech Republic has over 600 protected natural areas with countless well-marked trails, many of which take in dramatic castles and attractive wooden churches.

    What currency is used in the Czech Republic?

    While the Euro is widely accepted the Czech Crown is preferred and you may get Crowns back as change from Euros. While not a huge concern be careful when using money exchange offices. Many of them target tourists, especially in Prague, and you may end up paying a high commission or getting a bad rate without even knowing about it, a Prepaid Travel Card can be useful to not have to worry about this. Never exchange money on the street. In the Czech Republic try to withdraw cash from banks and ATMs, which are everywhere.

    How do I travel in the Czech Republic?

    The train is a popular means of transportation in the Czech Republic. Prague is serviced by two international train stations, so always make certain you know which station your train is using. The main station, Hlavní Nádraží. The other international station is Nádraží Holešovice, in a suburban area about 2 km north of the city center. If just travelling between towns buses are also a popular way of getting around and are inexpensive. Taxis are cheap and plentiful, though Prague’s taxi drivers have been known to swindle the odd tourist – make sure you agree the price before setting off.

    In Prague a single-day ticket will let you switch between the entire public transportation system an unlimited number of times.The Eurail Pass and the Eurail Youthpass are valid for travel within the Czech Republic, and if you’re traveling through to neighboring countries like Hungary, Austria, or Poland, it can be an economic way to bounce between the regions.

    Buses offer an easier and quicker alternative to trains for many destinations. The Czech complex of regional bus lines known collectively as ČSAD operates its dense network from the sprawling Florenc station. There are also private bus companies servicing routes between Czech towns and cities. Many of these have newer buses with added services and comfort, as well as competitive prices and seasonal deals. The western Bohemian spa town of Karlovy Vary, for example, is an easy two-hour bus ride away. The same journey by train—because of the circuitous rail route—often takes three and a half hours.



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