Prague’s city centre often gets choked up with traffic, especially on weekdays. The medieval parts of the city, with narrow streets, tramways and limited parking, are also best avoided.
If you must drive into Prague city centre, you can use “Pay and Display” machines for short-term parking. Take note of the different colour zones (8.00am-18.00pm): Orange for two-hour parking, green for six-hour parking and blue zones that are reserved for businesses and residents.
A better idea if you’re driving to Prague is to park & ride. The city’s suburban areas have cheap and easy parking (at around 10czk or €0.30 per day!), with quick links into the centre. Search here car parks in Prague. You can search car parks close to an exact adress, but also in the centre.
When driving in the Czech Republic, you need to buy the correct highway toll sticker. These are available in garages and on border crossing. Read more info about the toll stickers.