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Koruna needed in Czech Republic?

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How essential is it to have a wallet full of koruna in the Czech Republic? Or is the Euro accepted pretty much anywhere.? We'll be staying several nights at two places: Prague and Cesky Krumlov. Our Prague accommodation is prepaid. The place we're staying at in Cesky Krumlov quoted to us in Euros, so I assume that's an indicator of how they expected to be paid. We'll also be spending on meals, beers, metro/bus/tram fares, entry fees to various attractions/museums I suppose, and general supplies. Looking at the exchange rates, if we do need to have korunas, we're going to need an awful lot of them!

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