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Information about Prague

Tourist Information – Czech Tourism

Prague Information Service
General information in Czech, English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Polish, Japanese, and Korean languages.

Official website of the Czech Republic

News in English:
The Prague Post
Prague TV
Radio Prague

Important telephone numbers:
Universal emergency service line – 112
Ambulance – 155
Police – 158
City police – 156
Fire brigade – 150

Getting in and around Prague

If you are here in Prague for the first time, there is no need to be overwhelmed by the transportation systems. The city transit system, whether it be tram, metro, or bus, is generally very comfortable, clean, and quite reasonably priced.However, when you first arrive, the following information may be of some assistance.

GETTING TO and FROM the Prague Ruzyně airport to the city center:
Bus & Underground Metro 
You can take bus 119 from the airport to the Dejvicka metro station, then follow the green metro line (A) to the center (stations Mustek or Muzeum). The trip takes about 45 minutes.

After midnight, Bus & Tram 
The night bus 510 runs between midnight and 3.30 a.m. to the Divoka Sarka tram stop. From there, you can take tram 51 to the Dejvicka metro station or continue to the city center.

CEDAZ Minibus
Cedaz operates a minivan service from the airport (7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.) to Namesti Republiky every 30 minutes for 120 CZK per person. Departure from Namesti Republiky is between 7:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. You can often negotiate with the driver if you have your own group of people and are all going to the same hotel.

Always ask for the price before getting into the taxi, and say that you need a receipt. A trip to the center will cost approximately 700 CZK. The dispatcher at the airport will usually be able to answer your questions.

For detailed information about the transport TO and FROM the Prague Ruzyne airport, click here.

GETTING TO and FROM the Railway stations to the city center:
If you are coming to Prague by train, you will probably arrive at one of three train stations:

Hlavni Nadrazi (Main Train Station): 
- located in the center of the city on the red metro C line.

Smichovske Nadrazi (Smichov Train Station): 
- take the yellow metro B line to the Můstek metro station, or take the tram no. 14 to the city center (10 minutes)

Holesovicke Nadrazi (Holesovice Train Station):
- take the red metro C line to the Muzeum metro station.

To download a detailed map of the Prague metro system, click here.

Ticket fares: 
1 travel: 26 CZK / about 1 €
1 day: 100 CZK/ about 4 €
5 days: 500 CZK/ about 20 €

More info about ticket fares can be found here.

More information about Prague public transportation can be found here and connection finder can be found here.