Overview

Transportation from Prague Airport:, you may take a taxi (yellow Airport taxis of AAA offer free Wi-Fi), a door-to-door shuttle (for up to 4 or 8 passengers), a budget shuttle (shared-rides departing every half hour), or a bus to the Metro station, or an express bus to the Main Train Station.
Public Transport counters are in the Arrivals Halls of Terminals 1 & 2, open 7a-10pm; cash automats are at bus stops. On-bus: pa drer in cash) For further information open:  www.dpp.cz/en/fres-in-prague; or e-mail stznosti.podnety@dpp.cz; or call +420 800 19 1817 or

Public Bus Lines - Buses stop at both terminals - in font of the Arrivals Hall.
  -  Bus route 119 runs only to the new Nadrazi Veleslavín station on metro line ‘A’ - a 15-minute trip.
  -  Bus route 100 to underground Line B takes 18 mins;
  -  The Airport Express line between the Airport & Prague's Central Station (metro line C connecting to SC, EC, CC & EN trains) takes 35 mins.

NOTE: Since June 2015, all A line Metro Trains go through Borislavka and Nadrazi Veleslavin - all the way to Petriny.



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