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"Connecting from airport to metro" Airport Public Transport Tip by r13

Airport Public Transport, Prague: 16 reviews and 6 photos

Prague now has two terminals for regular air trafic: Terminal 1 (non-Schengen flights) and Terminal 2 (Schengen countries flights). Earlier these terminals were called SEVER 1, SEVER 2.
Old Terminal 3 is used for some charters and VIP flights.

Terminals 1 and 2 are inter- connected, but have separate public transportation stops in front of each.

Best choice of bus: N 119 to metro A "Dejvicka" - most frequent, but many stops and usually very crowded (at least 30 min to metro).

N100 - express bus to Metro B "Zlicin" - faster (15 min to metro).

"Airport express" (AE) goes directly to Holesovice railway station where metro C is available. This bus is not part of city transportation system - special tickets (45 CZK) should be bought from driver when entering the bus trough the front door. It can be included into the price of your Railway ticket - check this option when buying the ticket for the train.

At night there is hourly bus No 510 leaving airport at XX:55. Several points to change to night trams are available.

Warning! Latest "Anti- smoking" law forbids to smoke on the Public Transport stops (even when it is just a sign on the street without clear indication where the stop "end" is) - you can be fined by a passing Police officer.

Type: Subway/Metro

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Apr 14, 2008
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