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Prague Airport PRG

Václav Havel Prague Airport is served by public transport all day around. The ride to city center takes approximatly 40 minutes. There are bus lines connecting the airport with the metro network.

Website of Prague Airport

Getting from the airport

If you arrive by a flight from a country not in the Schengen area, you will arrive at Terminal 1. There is an information centre in right hand side of the arrivals hall. Apart from public transport information, tickets are sold and long-term passes are available.

Flights from Schengen countries arrive at Terminal 2. There is also an information centre on the left hand side of the arrivals hall. The information centres are open every day between 06:00 – 22:00.

In both terminals there are yellow ticket machines. More ticket machines are outside on the bus stops. All ticket machines at the airport accept Czech coins and contactless cards.

The bus stops Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are located on a platform outside of the respective terminal buildings.

There are ticket machines on the platforms and yellow ticket validators. Please stamp the ticket at latest on boarding (there are similar stamping machines on board of all buses), otherwise the ticket is invalid. The ticket must be stamped only once, on the first use.

Tickets are also sold via Lítačka app. Long-term tickets (starting from one month) are also available.

Schematic map of the stops at Prague-Ruzyně airport

Map of stops at the airport

Connections from the airport

The following bus lines depart from the airport to the city centre:

Line Route Connects to Travel time Price
Main routes
Bus 119 Terminal 1 – Terminal 2 – Nádraží Veleslavín Metro line A ~35 min 40 CZK
Bus 100 Terminal 1 – Terminal 2 – Zličín Metro line B ~40 min 40 CZK
Bus AE Terminal 1 – Hlavní nádraží / Main railway station
Special fare
Metro line B ~45 min 100 CZK
Auxilary routes
Bus 109 Terminal 1 – Terminal 2 – Anděl
Passes close to Strahov dormitories
Metro line B ~40 min 40 CZK
Night bus 907 Terminal 1 – Terminal 2 – Náměstí Republiky (city center) – Karlovo náměstí – …
Night line
Night buses and trams at Náměstí Republiky ~40 min 40 CZK
Night bus 910 Terminal 1 – Terminal 2 – Karlovo náměstí (city center) – I. P. Pavlova – …
Night line
Night buses and trams at Karlovo náměstí ~40 min 40 CZK
There are also routes 161, 319, 322 and 414. These are intended for local and regional service and are not the most convenient way to get to the city centre.

Diagram of major airport routes

Praha Hlavní nádraží/Prague Main railway station

Prague’s main railway station allows transfer to both commuter and long-distance trains. It is located in the vicinity of the city centre. Direct transfer is to metro line C (entrance is in the hall) and to tram stop Hlavní nádraží (upon exiting the station to to park, turn right; the stops are on the far end of park).

There are two information kiosks of the transit operator Dopravní Podnik (near entrances to the metro station) and an information centre of the whole system PID (bottom floor, ticket office of ČD, leftmost counter).

Certain long-distance buses stop on the roof level of the station. The roof is accessible via elevators. Be aware that the platforms in respective directions are across a trunk road that cannot be crossed. Be sure to wait at the correct stop.

More information about the station on the website of Czech railways ČD.

Schematic map of stops around Hlavní nádraží train station

Map of stops at Hlavní nádraží station

Florenc bus station

Most international and long-distance buses terminate at Florenc bus station. It is accessible by metro lines B and C, trams and buses.

Until 2026, the exits from metro C adjacent to the bus station are closed. Please use the remaining exit E1 from the station. Check the map below to find your way to the bus station.

Website of Florenc bus station

Schematic map of stops around the metro station Florenc

Map of stops at the Florenc metro station