Prices for tours in the Czech Republic are all listed in local currency - the koruna (Czech crown). Even though it is a part of the European Union, the Czech Republic has not adopted the Euro. For private tours, We will accept Euros, Czech crowns, or American dollars for the current exchange rate on the day of payment. Please be aware that exchange rates change daily. In addition to the cash payment options, we also accept all major credit cards. Please accept our apologies for being unable to accept personal checks or travelers’ checks, as neither are accepted forms of payment at any bank in the Czech Republic.

All prices on this website are given in Czech crowns, although the currency in Poland is the Polish zlota and in Hungary the Hungarian forint. Germany and Austria both use the Euro. Our colleagues in Hungary and Poland only accept payment in cash, although Euros, US dollars or local currency would all be okay.