1st of April, UPDATE: Due to the current global COVID-19 pandemic, all international passenger rail/bus transport between the Czech Republic and Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland has been suspended until further notice. Most of other international rail/bus services are currently suspended too.
All electronic tickets for inland travels in those countries are still available for purchase though.
NEW: If you want to receive a notification once your planned travel date is open for booking, feel free to use our Travel availability request form
Václav Havel International Airport in Prague
The Prague airport (PRG) is located about 20 km north of
the Prague center and
it is a hub for Czech Airlines. It
was opened in 1937 and is the biggest airport in the Czech Republic.
Terminal 1: flights from/to countries outside the Schengen
Area. Terminal 2: flights within the Schengen Area.
Services | Airport map
Airport hotline and FAQ
| Airport www
Getting from/to the airport
- Fixed price per car for transfers within Prague | More →
- no metro/train stops at the airport
- Airport Express AE bus: a direct connection to the main train station |
duration: about 35–40 min. | More →
119 to Nádraží Veleslavín | continue by
metro to the city centre (Line A) | interval:
10 min. | duration: about 35–40 min. | fare: basic ticket valid for 90 min.
100 to Zličín | continue
by metro to the city centre (Line B) | interval:
15 min. | duration: about 40–50 min. | fare: basic ticket valid for 90 min.
- bus 910 to stop
Štěpánská (New Town) | interval: 30 minutes | continue by night
tram 91 or 96 to the city center | duration: about
1 hour | fare: basic ticket valid for 90 min. More →
- 11 pm – 5 am the public transit is spotty and it is better to take a taxi
FAQ: How to find a connection
to your hotel?
The public transit hotline:
+420 296 191 817 (daily 7am – 9 pm) | contact form
Public transport plans: daytime
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Last update: 2020-03-27