Travel Information

Prague Airport

Václav Havel Airport Prague
This airport handles flights of most European carriers and also some overseas flights. It is located 30-45 minutes by car from the centre of Prague. There is a good connection between the airport and city centre by public transport buses and taxis. Unfortunately there is no subway or train connection to the city from the airport.

Bus lines:
119 Prague Airport – Nádraží Veleslavín (metro line A) – 15 min
100 Prague Airport – Zličím (metro line B) – 18 min
Airport express: Prague Airport – Prague Main Train Station (metro line C) – 35 min

How to go from the airport to the center of Prague

Location, travel, transport

The city can be reached from all European countries and cities very easily. Prague is accessible from two motorways – the D1 from the east (near the Austrian border) and the D8 from the west (near the German border). Prague is also accessible by train, bus or plane. The main railway station and the main coach station are right in the centre of the town. Nowadays the city of Prague plays an important role as one of the key traffic points in Europe, especially as a gate to access its eastern part.

Transportation in Prague

Prague has a good public transport system, which includes 3 metro lines, trams and buses. Prague’s Metro system is quite new and efficient. The Prague Metro operates daily 05:00-24:00 During peak hours trains run every 1 or 2 minutes and off peak at least every 10 minutes.

Daytime trams operate daily 04:30-24:00. The most popular trams run every 4 minutes. Night trams operate nightly 24:00-04:30. They run every 30 minutes, and are numbered 51 through 59. The Lazarska tram stop is the central interchange point of all night trams. Day and night bus service is very similar to that of trams. The interval between most buses is 5 – 15 minutes during morning and afternoon peak hours on working days. Buses 501 – 513 provide night service. Buses 501, 502, 504, 505, 508 and 511 run every 30 minutes and buses 503, 506, 509, 510, 512 and 513 run every 60 minutes.

24 CZK (valid for up to 30 minutes, transferable)
32 CZK (valid for up to 90 minutes, transferable)
1 day pass – 110 CZK
3 day pass – 310 CZK

Passengers need a valid ticket to travel on the city public transport system. The ticket must be stamped as soon as you get on a bus or tram, or enter the transport area (in the case of a metro station). Tickets can be purchased in automatic machines at each metro station, at surface transport stops or at newspapers/Tobacco (Trafika) stands. Only properly validated tickets are valid.

Registered congress participants will receive a public transportation ticket free of charge for the duration of the Meeting.

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