Be sure to get away to the Sudeten Mountains, and the excellent breweries and bars in Bohemia and Moravia for a truly memorable holiday.
Booking with Zest
Zest Car Rental provides a fresh approach to hiring a car in the Czech Republic. Our booking process is simple and hassle-free. We know that when you are planning your trip, the last thing you want to worry about is the small print. So we don’t charge any amendment or credit card fees.
We work with carefully selected and trusted car hire providers who, like us, care strongly about customer service. We’ve won awards and receive regular testimonials for customer service and that is why our UK based head office is open 6 days a week with a 24/7 emergency phone service to help at other times.
For peace of mind, we include breakdown assistance throughout the Czech Republic as well as offering top-up insurance so you’re completely covered.
Airports in the Czech Republic
No matter which airport you’re landing at, we’ll be close at hand. Zest Car Rental serves all the major airports in the country, including:
Prague Airport – Czech Republic’s capital city Prague is a haven for tourists thanks to its culture and wonderful architecture. Sightseers will want to check out the castle that dominates the city’s skyline more closely, and the deceptive St Vitus Cathedral is a must visit too. The historic towns of Kutná Hora and Melnik are only minutes away from the centre if you want to get away from the city.
Brno Airport – The 2nd largest city in the Czech Republic behind Prague, Brno is full of history. The city is home to a pair of fascinating castles, as well as an incredible cathedral. With a number of Baroque and Renaissance buildings to explore, you’ll certainly get a dose of culture here. Be sure to visit the famous labyrinth. Nature lovers should also take the time to travel to the Marian Valley in nearby Brno-Lisen.
Ostrava Airport – An undiscovered gem in the crown of the Czech Republic, Ostrava is an industrial city and is home to the striking Vítkovice Iron Works. Landek Park offers a fascinating glimpse into the region’s mining heritage whilst Stodolní Street is an up and coming centre for nightlife in the region. Whilst here, try and make the 100km journey to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial & Museum and learn more about its history.