Flying to/from Prague Prague Airport (PRG) operates many international flights and you can benefit from direct or one-change flights from European and world cities.Transport from/to the airportAll possibilities are summarized here. We recommend to use a public transport:• By BUS 119 to the metro station Nadrazi Veleslavin (green line A), and then proceed to place of your accommodation. Prague metro operates all over the Prague with many stations in the City Centre.
Prague Public Transport (PPT)
Prague public transport network is very dense and operates with metro, trams and buses. You can benefit from many types of transit tickets. Be sure you validated your ticket before entering the inner metro station or after tram/bus boarding, controllers are quite diligent in Prague! You can buy a ticket at PPT Info Centres, selected tobacconists, hotels or in the yellow vending machines situated in all metro stations. In some trams you can pay a ticket by credit/debit card.
Main website: http://www.dpp.cz/en/
Maps of Prague public transport: http://www.dpp.cz/en/transport-around-prague/transit-schematics/
Ticket fares: http://www.dpp.cz/en/fares-in-prague/
Find a connection: http://spojeni.dpp.cz/ConnForm.aspx?tt=PID&cl=E5
Transport to the Venue
The Venue Hotel is directly next to a metro station Želivského (green metro line A).
To/from Prague by train or bus
Prague is an important traffic hub with many carriers providing the transportation service. Prague Main Railway Station is situated directly in the city centre with a connection to trams, buses and metro (red line C, station Hlavní nádraží). For a trains or buses going to/from Prague you may check these websites:
Czech railways – https://www.cd.cz/en/default.htm
RegioJet (trains and buses) – https://www.regiojet.com/
Leo Express (trains and buses) – https://www.leoexpress.com/en
Eurolines – https://www.elines.cz/en/
FlixBus – https://www.flixbus.com/