Prague Airport and Transportation

How to get to and from the airport, and getting around the city on public transportation

Prague Tram

Prague tram - ©

Prague Airport

If you are flying into Prague, you may take the airport shuttle bus to reach the center of the city and then take the metro to reach your hotel. A more expensive option is to take a taxi. Best of all is booking a transfer (see below).

Prague Railway Station -- Arriving by Train

If you are arriving in the city by train, your last stop will either be Hlavní Nádrazí (Main Station) or Nádrazí Holesovice (Holesovice Station), which are both connected to the metro.

Transfers from the Airport

If you don't wish to rely on public transportation and prefer the convenience of a transfer, here are your options:
-Prague Airport Private Arrival Transfer
-Prague Airport Private Departure Transfer

All Transfers

Getting Around

You'll rarely need to use public transportation to get around the city, as you can simply cross the pedestrian Charles Bridge to go between the two main tourist areas of the city. But if your hotel happens to be outside the center, use the metro or the trams which cover most of the city.

Car Rental

To go elsewhere in the Czech Republic by car, check the cheapest rental rates:

Car Rentals

Prague Map

Prague City Break Travel Planner

  • Get a Room
  • Look for the right type of accommodation at the right place and at the right price for you:


  • Get the Tourist Card
  • Enjoy free or reduced admission to many of the top attractions:

    Tourist Card

  • Plan Your Sightseeing
  • Hop on a sightseeing bus, go on a walking tour, a cruise or day trip:

    Tours & Activities