Prague

From immemorial times the Czech Republic is situated on the crossing of European cultures. Czech towns, country houses, famous spa centers, all this can be an inspiration for visitors and guests of Czech Republic that arrive to this little central European country from miscellaneous ends of the earth. Czech Republic was created in 1993 after splitting of former Czechoslovakia federation into two parts. Czech Republic is full member of NATO and from May 2004 as well a member of European Union.

Important phone numbers:

Emergency: 155

Police: 158

Fire department: 150

Municipal police: 156

International emergency numbers: 112, 1230, 1240

Phone number information (Prague and The Czech republic): 1188

Foreign phone number information: 1181

Local medical emergency contacts:

Praha 1 - Palackého 5, phone 224 949 181
Praha 2 - Sokolská 27, phone 224 266 150
Praha 3 - Koněvova 205, phone 284 862 149
Praha 5 - Kartouzská 6, phone 257 323 219
Špindlerův Mlýn – Harrachovská, phone 499 433 344
Jablonec nad Nisou – Nemocniční 15, phone 483 345 111
Plzeň - Edvarda Beneše 13/1128, phone 377 401 111
České Budějovice – Boženy Němcové 54, phone 387 871 111
Český Krumlov – Hřbitovní 424, phone 380 761 911
Tábor – Kpt. Jaroše 2000, phone 381 608 111
Karlovy Vary – Bezručova 19, phone 353 224 679
Mariánské Lázně – K nemocnici, phone 354 625 561
Brno – Na pekařské 53/55, phone 543 181 111

Foreign clinics:

Unicare - Praha 6, Na Dlouhém lánu 11, phone 235 356 553
American Medical Center - Praha 7, Janovského 48, phone 220 807 756
Canadian Medical Care - Praha 6, Veleslavínská 30, phone 235 360 133
First Medical Clinic of Prague - Praha 2, Vyšehradská 35, phone 224 918 201
General Health Care Corporation - Praha 1, Krakovská 8, phone 222 211 206
Health Centre Prague - Praha 1, Vodičkova 28, phone 224 220 040

Holidays in The Czech Republic:

• 1st of January – New Year's Eve
• Easter Monday • 1st of May – Labor day
• 8th ofMay – National Liberation (1945)
• 5th of July – Cyril a Metoděj
• 6th of July – Mistr Jan Hus (1415)
• 28th of September – Czech statehold day
• 28th of October – Formation of Czechoslovak state (1918)
• 17th of November – Liberation from Communism
• 24th of December – Christmas Eve
• 25th of December - 1nd Christmas day
• 26th of December - 2nd Christmas day