"Prague! It has a sip taste of wine. I can repeat this name a hundred times too, bundled up by the wind, sweet rather than the breath of the beloved ". (Jaroslav Seifert).
Magical, fascinating, suggestive, mysterious .... difficult to leave room for imagination when we talk about Prague. A truly wonderful city. Not by chance, it has always been an inspiration for poets, artists and filmmakers.
Its wonderful historical center, world heritage of humanity. Its alleys, and its bridges. The truly unique views. A city to live slowly. During the day and, above all, at night, when the first lights of the evening sprout and the magic envelops the whole city. The beautiful Pont Carlo. Moldova. Nerudova and Mala Strana. The castle. Magical and evocative places, but at the same time, full of history. Try to make a jump, for example, to the Jewish cemetery.
This and more awaits you in one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
HOW TO GET
Prague-Ruzyně, Also known as Letiště Václava Havla Praha, is the international airport that serves the Czech capital. Named after the last President of Czechoslovakia and first of the Czech Republic, it is located about 10 kilometers west of the city center. It is the main airport of the whole Czech Republic, as well as one of the most important in Central and Eastern Europe.
The airport has four terminals; the first two, located in the North, are used for flights to the main destinations. The 3 and 4 terminals, in the North, are used instead for VIP, private and charter flights. Through our special page, available from this link, all companies operating direct flights to Prague Ruzyne.
The bus is the only public transport that allows you to reach the city center. The possible solutions are the 100 bus, the 119 and the Airport Express.
Il bus 119 it is the recommended means. It is running, every day, from 04: 45 to 23: 40 approximately, and you take it outside the Airport Arrivals Terminal. The bus goes to the metro station Dejvická; from here, with the same ticket, you can continue to your destination by subway. The journey takes about twenty minutes and the ticket costs 32CKZ (about 1,20 €).
Alternatively, there is the 100 bus, which leads, in 16 minutes, to the stop Zlicín, end of the line B line; from here, then, it will be possible to reach your destination by metro. Compared to Dejvická, this stop is more distant from the center (about 12 stops). The times are the same as the 119, with a frequency of about 15 'during the day, and 30' after the 19: 00. The 100 bus is recommended if you want to reach the new area of the city (Nové Město). Conversely, if you want to get to the airport, just get off at Zlicín; as soon as you exit the metro, you will find the bus stop clearly visible, outside.
If instead you were forced to move at night, there is the bus 510. It is running from midnight wine at 05: 00 in the morning and arrives at Divoká Šárka. For all info, it is available the official website, through this link.
Praha hlavní is the Prague Central Railway Station, housed in a building of the early '900. The station is connected to the Prague Metro Line C and to major European destinations such as Berlin, Budapest, Dresden, Munich, Nuremberg, Paris or Vienna. From here, moreover, connections to the main Czech destinations depart.
For more information on how to reach the city by train, we invite you to see the official website of the Czech railways. Other railway stations, present in the city, are the Masarykovo Nadrazi, Vysocanske and Smichov stations.
Assuming that the Czech road infrastructure is anything but efficient, a trip to the Czech capital is far from recommended, considering the scenic beauty that it will present during the journey.
Prague is a crossroads for important European destinations, located almost halfway between Berlin and Vienna. From the first, it is about 350 kilometers; from the second, just under 300. Budapest, on the other hand, is just over 500 kilometers, most of which, to be covered on the motorway. A stage on the road is absolutely preventable. You also cross the beautiful Bratislava. From Milan, in Italy, it takes just over 9 hours to reach the city. The route follows the lakes highway to the A13 / E43 with entry into Austria and Germany with the A14 / E60 and E52, to then continue with the E45 to the Czech Republic and the A6 and the D5 / E50 in direction Prague.