Arriving by plane
Prague airport has daily flights to most major cities in Europe. There are three terminals, Terminal 1 for non-Schengen flights and Terminal 2 for Schengen flights are connected whilst Terminal 3 for private jets is two stops away by bus. Next we give the links to:
A bus ticket is 32 CZK (1 EUR = 27 CZK) and 40 CZK when purchased from the driver. It is a transferable ticket allowing you to travel for a 90-minute period.
Arriving by train
- The main train station (Hlavni) is ideally located in the city center, 15 minutes walk from Prague's historic old town and 20 minutes walk from the famous Kings Charles Bridge.
- There is also Prague Holesovice station, located at 3km from Prague Hlavni station and 2 km from the city center.
- Both stations have metro, bus, tram, and taxi service.
- For more information see London to Prague by train.
Arriving by car
- Before accessing a highway you must buy a road-fund license (dálniční známka) and place it on your windshield. They are available at border crossings located on highways or in most gas stations. The validity of a road-fund license can be of 1 week, 1 month or 1 year, according to the length of your stay.
Parking in Prague. The Prague city center is divided into 3 parking zones:
- orange: short term parking. 40 CZK for 1 hour
- green: maximum parking time limit is 6 hours. 30 CZK per hour
- blue: long term parking reserved to citizens living in the district
- More information