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: 2020-02-16