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Prague international airport Ruzyne is situated approx 16 km (10 miles) west from Prague city center. We offer a door-to-door Prague International Airport transport service. 600 CZK (aprox. 25 EUR) for up to 4 people or 850 Czk (aprox. 30 EUR) for 5 to 8 people. The transport is provided by air-conditioned cars (Skoda Superb, Mercedes E or VW Multivan). In order to arrange this service, please let us know your flight details (arrival time, number of flight, name of airlines).

Our driver will wait you with sign with your name in front of the exit from the terminal gate inside of the arrival hall. Please stay near by exit of the terminal gate until our driver will find you as it would be more difficult to meet at the hall later. Our driver will wait for you at least untill 60 mins after your arrival time for case of any delays (luggage, passport control etc.) so you don't need to worry if you experience a short delay. Please, inform us about any flight changes so we could inform our driver.



Take taxis from the street may cost you higher price– particularly taxi waiting outside the bus and train stations. If you must take a taxi, try to agree on a price with the driver before getting into the vehicle. If taking a taxi from the airport, this shouldn’t be a problem, as the airport taxis generally operate on a system of set fees for transportation to specific areas.


For guests arriving at the airport, another option is to take the airport mini-bus to the city center. This mode of transportation costs 90 CZK (around 4 EUR) per person, and the final destination is Namesti Republiky – just a short walking distance from the Old Town Square. These mini-buses can usually be found waiting in front of the terminal.


There are two international railway stations in Prague - Prague Hlavni nadrazi (Main railway station) and Prague Holesovice which are both near to the city center. The Main Railway station is conveniently located in the city center. Smaller Prague train stations are Smíchovské nadrazi and Liben.


Prague has good working network of public transport enabling to move around the city via tram, bus, and metro (subway.) There are only three metro lines in Prague and it´s perhaps the easiest and fastest mode of transport for visitors to navigate – just follow the platform signs. The last metro goes at midnight. The tram is another convenient method of transport, and is the only way to get around after midnight. Buses are convenient for reaching locations on the outskirts of the city center (such as the airport.)






















A ticket needs to be punched at the entrance to the metro station and on the tram/bus to mark the start of the validation period.                                                                                           

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Public transportation is most crowded during morning and evening rush hour, and is best avoided during these times.  Single and transfer tickets are sold through yellow ticket vending machines located at every metro station (also in English, coins only), at ticket offices located at some metro stations, at a Tabák/Trafika, at some newsstands, and at tourist information centers.