Re: [93attendees] what currency is widely used in Czech?

Erik Nordmark <nordmark@acm.org> Sat, 18 July 2015 15:37 UTC

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On 7/18/15 1:41 PM, Hector Prada wrote:
> Hello all, having arrived yesterday, here are a few things to have in 
> mind:
>
> Currency: if you exchange at a travelex counter, the comission is 
> around 12%. I recommend changing only 4 dollars or so in order to get 
> the ticket for public transportation. If that is your means of 
> transportation.
The office that sells the tickets for public transit takes credit cards; 
in fact they prefer that over the large bills you get from the ATM machines.
Bus 119 plus the metro was a breeze and very quick. Runs every 10 
minutes I think.
And since the metro is deep down in bedrock in Prague there is natural 
airconditioning which was nice today.

    Erik

>
> Transportation: I took the AE bus on terminal 1 which arrives right on 
> time. It comes in every 30 minutes, and got in time for the 9pm bus.  
> Use those 60 CZK you got previously, to buy the ticket from the 
> driver. Be sure to be dropped off near Palladium Mall, and from there 
> the walk is about 900m to the Hilton Hotel. The view is great.
>
> Pickpockets: on the AE bus there were not too many people. On the 
> streets I was careful but no need to be paranoic as I thought I had to 
> be. But dont keet anything in back pockets, just ot be safe.
>
> ATM: Once you arrive at the Palladium Mall there are plenty atms run 
> by banks: Unicard, RB, CSOB, etc..
>
> Hope it helps!
>
> 2015-07-09 1:52 GMT-04:30 Weixinpeng (Jackie) <weixinpeng@huawei.com 
> <mailto:weixinpeng@huawei.com>>:
>
>     Hi all,
>
>     Could somebody tell me what currency should I take with me, Czech
>     koruna, Euro or both?
>
>     ThanksJ
>
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