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Travel to and around Prague

Get information on the different ways of transportation, practical tips to go about in the city and tricks that will make your journey faster and easier. Have a good trip!

Prague is rightly considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Visitors from all over the world come here to admire not only its history and diverse architecture, but also to enjoy the friendly and romantic atmosphere. Prague is also a city dedicated to art, which you will encounter everywhere you go. It's a city of gardens and parks and with a great culinary scene.

Travel to Prague

Thanks to its unique location in the heart of Europe, Prague has always been a traffic hub and a strategic place for international meetings, 69 airlines connect Prague to 162 destinations around the world.

Passengers information T: +420 220 114 022   –

Airport – city connection:

  • Bus lines connecting Terminals 1 and 2 with the metro A and B lines.
  • Airport express directly connects the airport and the main railway station (enabling direct access to the metro C line and international and local train lines.)


Taxi service :
24h/24 – Tel: +420 222 333 222

More information

Efficient 24-hour taxi services. We recommend to use official taxi services only.

Approximate prices of Prague taxi services:

Boarding fee (minimum charge) -  €1.50

1 km  - €1.05

1 minute wait  -  €0.25

Coronavirus information for travellers

As of 9th April 2022, the protective measures regarding the conditions of entry into the Czech Republic in relation to the epidemic of covid-19 have been suspended. Entry into the Czech Republic is no longer subject to any special epidemiological conditions to prevent the spread of the disease. The entry-ban for foreigners from third-countries and the obligation to prove infection-free status have been lifted. More information.