Prague Ruzyne Airport Directions - Quick connections to the city and train station
The distance from Prague Airport to the city centre is approximately 20km, or around 30 minutes. The proximity of Prague Airport to Prague city centre means that transport to the centre is quick and easy. There are no train or subway networks connected to Prague Airport itself, but if you need to catch a train or the subway leading outside of Prague then you can take the Airport Express bus from Terminal 2, a service which is timed to coincide with the departure and arrival times of SC Pendolino, Eurocity and Intercity trains at the main train station.
Directions to Prague Ruzyne Airport - Buses
The public transport system in the Czech Republic is excellent, and buses to and from Prague city centre are cheap and frequent. The fastest routes to Prague city centre are the 119 and 100 bus routes. If you are travelling at night, then you can catch the 510 night bus between midnight and 3.30. Passengers travelling by bus can take advantage of short term travel passes, which are easy to use and very economical. Choose from a 5 day, 3 day or 24 hour pass, which includes free travel for a child aged between 6 and 14.
Prague Ruzyne Airport Directions – Taxis and driving
Car facilities from Prague Ruzyne Airport are numerous. Car rental is available from the undercover area of Parking C, from world renowned companies such as Europcar, Hertz and Avis. Taxi companies are available and generally reliable and cheap, although as always at popular city break destinations, there is a possibility that visitors can be overcharged by unreliable taxi companies. Fortunately, it is easy to avoid these pitfalls as you can pre-book a premium taxi and avoid possible overcharging. For more information on driving and transport, see the relevant directline-flights pages for example, Prague Airport information, car parking and hotels.