Prague Transportation Guide
The airport of Prague (Ruznyi) is situated in the north west of Prague, 20 km from the city centre and direct flights to Ruznyi are available from all major city centres. To get into the city and to your hotel you can in general take bus, underground and taxi.
When your are going by bus and underground, which takes about 45 minutes, you can get on bus number 119 or 254 from the airport to Dejvicka metro station, then take the green line (A) of underground railway to the centre (stations Mustek or Muzeum). Also Bus number 100 will take you from the airport to Zliein – where you can change for the yellow underground line (B) which also leads to the town centre (Mustek station). If you arrive between midnight and 3.30am there is also a night bus (number 510) to the tram-bound at Divoka Sarka, where you can go by tram No 51 to Dejvická metro station or further to the city centre (Namisti Republiky, Wenceslas Square).
“Cedaz” also operates vans running every 30 minutes (6 am – 9 pm) from the airport to Namisti Republiky for 90 Ke per person, and back to the airport from Namisti Republiky between 5.30 am and 9.30 pm. They are also transporting to any place customers wish.
Public Transportation and Taxis
The broad integrated system of public transportation containing Prague Metro, Prague Tram System, buses and five ferries with a common ticketing system, ensures that you can get around as comfortable and easy as possible between your hotel and the targeted sights between 5am and 12pm. There is also a “nostalgic tram” running through the city centre and if you are having fun at night there are 8 night trams. Anyhow, if once the public transportation is not the best solution for you, there are also taxis for your most flexible transportation available.