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By Car


Kamýcká 129
165 00 Praha – Suchdol
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By AirPlane

Vaclav Havel Airport Prague is located 15 km west of the city center. You can make your way from the Airport to our campus by city bus or taxi. The city bus No. 119, which brings passengers from the airport to the Nádraží Veleslavín metro (underground) station is the cheapest. The bus ticket costs only CZK 32 and is valid for 90 minutes, including any connecting public transport in Prague (buses, trams or metro). The 119 bus ends at the Nádraží Veleslavín, the travel time to Nádraží Veleslavín terminus is about 15 minutes. At the Nádraží Veleslavín it is necessary to change bus for metro and go to the Dejvická metro station. Both metro stations, Nádraží Veleslavín and Dejvická, are situated on the same metro line A (on the Prague metro map scheme the line has green color) and they are distant from each other by only one station. At Dejvická, you get on the bus number 107 or 147 and travel to the bus stop called “Zemědělská univerzita“. The stop is announced on the bus public address system and you can also read it on the digital display. This journey takes only 10 minutes.

Taxi is more expensive though fast way of getting to our university. If you choose to travel from the Airport to our university by taxi, insist that the taxi driver travels via the town of Horoměřice (the fare is over 300 CZK). The other way is via Dejvická (Dejvice), it is much longer and costs about double!

By Bus

Coach stations in Prague:
Florenc – Praha 8, Křižíkova (Metro lines B and C, Florenc station)
Na Knížecí – Praha 5, Nádražní (Metro line B, Anděl station)
Holešovice – Praha 7, Partyzánská (Metro line C, Nádraží Holešovice station)
Roztyly – Praha 4, Ryšavého (Metro line C, Roztyly station)
Černý Most – Praha 9 (Metro line B, Černý Most station)

By Train

Railway stations in Prague:
Hlavní nádraží (Main Railway Station) – Praha 2, Wilsonova (Metro line C, Hlavní nádraží station)
Masarykovo nádraží (Masaryk Railway Station) – Praha 1, Hybernská (Metro line B, Náměstí Republiky station)
Smíchovské nádraží (Smíchov Railway Station) – Praha 5, Nádražní (Metro line B, Smíchovské nádraží station)
Praha – Holešovice – Praha 7, Partyzánská (Metro line C, Nádraží Holešovice station)
Passengers travelling to Prague by train come to either of the two central railway stations: Hlavní nádraží (Wilson Main Railway Station) or Praha – Holešovice (Holesovice Railway Station). Both are on line C (red line) of the metro system. The Wilson station is usually the terminus for trains arriving from the West or East (Paris, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Zurich, Warsaw, Moscow). Holesovice station is for trains coming from other directions (Berlin, Dresden, Wien, Budapest, Zagreb). You can get to Dejvicka by going on the metro line C (red) to the Muzeum station and there you can transfer to the A line (green). At Dejvická, you get on bus No. 107 or 147 and travel for 10 minutes to the bus stop called “Zemědělská univerzita“.

Travel in Prague

Prague METRO map

Prague has a sophisticated and well-functioning public transport system, which consists of trams, buses and especially modern metro. The network of public transport is among the densest in Europe. In addition to information about public transport, the information for motorists, cyclists, on shipping and taxis in Prague can be found in this section. We add a few chapters from more than 135-year history of transport in Prague.

Links regarding to the public transport in Prague:

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Terpenix s.r.o.
spin-off company of CZU Prague,
ID: 02365855,
VAT ID: CZ02365855
Kamýcká 1777/31, Předměstí, Litoměřice, 412 01