Vaclav Havel Airport in Prague (PRG) is a big international airport and a hub of Czech Airlines, a SkyTeam member. It handles about 11 to 12 million passengers annually and offers connections to many destinations all over the world. It is possible to find a lot of direct flights to Prague from North American, European or Asian cities. Other airports with smaller capacity are situated in Brno, Ostrava, Pardubice and Karlovy Vary. Other easily accessible big airports are located in Germany (Munich, Berlin and Nuremberg) or Austria (Vienna).
The international Václav Havel Airport Prague is located about 20 kilometers from the center of Prague. There are various ways how to get to the city center from the airport. You can book private transfer, shared shuttle or a VIP limousine. The cheapest way is public transport. There are few bus lines available: “119” will take you to Dejvická Metro Station, “100” to Zličín Metro Station, “179” to Nové Butovice Metro Station and “AE” goes to the Main Railway Station. At night you can take no. 510. The public transport timetables may be found here. Or you can easilly order transfer via firstname.lastname@example.org
International bus service is connecting Prague and other major Czech cities with many cities in Europe. Good service is offered by Czech company Student Agency or German Flix Bus.
Trains run from most cities in Europe, tickets are quite affordable and trains reliable and clean.
The Czech Republic is easily accessible by car as there are no custom checks at the Czech borders. If you want to use Czech highways you need to buy a toll sticker.
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