The Best ways to get from Prague Airport to the city centre
The most important airports in the Czech Republic are in the cities of Prague, Brno and Ostrava. In the case of Prague, it has a very good connection with the city centre. One of these options is with the Terravision service which makes the journey in 50 minutes and also has Wifi. In this article we explain in more detail all the different options on how to get from Prague airport to the center.
If you travel in a group, it is ideal to hire the transfer service from the airport to your hotel or the point you want, as you can leave for the same price.
Public transport from the airport to the center of Prague should go first by bus and then by metro. The bus stops are right in front of the airport exit:
- Bus number 119 - green metro line (A), stop Nádraží Veleslavín (The only inconvenience is that this station does not have an escalator, and you will have to go down the stairs with your Luggage. Another reason to bring only the Essentials.)
- Bus No. 100 - yellow metro line (B) Zlicin
- Bus No. 191 - yellow metro line (B) Na Knížecí/Anděl
Look at the metro map, from which stop you will be more convenient to get to your hotel in Prague or get directions on the website. In buses, the route is shown on the screen, in the subway, the name of the stations is displayed on the electronic scoreboard, so everything is clear.
Night bus No. 910 Na Beránku-I. P. Pavlova-Letiště (airport), runs from 0: 15 to 5: 00 with an interval of 30 minutes.
Information kiosks of the Prague Transport company are located at the exits of the arrivals area, inside Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. They sell tickets for all types of short trips, you can pay by credit card. If you do not travel much, then buy a ticket for 90 minutes, the road to the center of Prague takes about 40-50 minutes. Separately need to to purchase ticket on baggage, exceeding on size 25×45×70 centimeters and dog, if she without a special bags (on 16 CZK). Ticket kiosks at the airport are open from 7: 00 to 21: 00. On the street are ticket machines.
Taxi from Prague airport can be ordered online, the driver will meet with a sign and will take you at a fixed rate at any time of the day or night. You do not have to look for an exchanger or ATM — transfer payment is made when ordering.
The AE (Airport Express) bus runs between the airport and Prague's main train station (Hlavní nádraží). The travel interval is 15-30 minutes, the travel time is about 33 minutes. Tickets are sold by the driver: regular price 60 CZK (2.6 US Dollar), 50% discount for children 6-15 years, up to 6 years free of charge.
To travel around the country the bus and train are the best options to travel between cities in the Czech Republic. In Flixbus you will find bus tickets at the best price. Although if your idea is to make a route through the Czech Republic and neighboring countries, and you do not want to depend on other transport or timetables, a good option is to rent a car.
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