Prague Ruzyne international airport is approximately 10 km northeast of Prague city centre.
Address of the airport:
Letište Praha, a. s.
K Letišti 6/1019, 160 08 Praha 6 Tel:+420 220 111 888 Website: http://www.prg.aero/en/
The airport has scheduled flights to/from 105 destinations. Click here to see the current destinations and the airline providing the service.
Transport from the airport
- Taxi: To take a taxi from the airport to the conference site will cost around 700-800 Czech crowns or 30 Euro.
- Public transport
Travel using the bus/metro: The basic fare for travel on all means of public transport is 26 CZK (~€1), unless you have to buy the ticket from the driver in which case it will cost 30 CZK (~€1.20). This ticket is valid for 75 minutes travel. You need to take bus number 119 from the airport to get to the metro line A, stop name Dejvicka (see the map below). Take metro line A until the stop called Museum, here you need to change to metro line C travelling north to the stop called Ladvi. See the map below for directions on how to reach the conference site from the metro station.
Airport express bus and metro: There is a bus which goes directly to the Prague main railway station (Hlavni Nadrazi), which costs 50 CZK (€2) and takes about 35 minutes. See the instructions below for travel from the train station.
From Prague main railway station “Hlavni nadrazi” you need to take metro line C travelling north to the stop called Ladvi. See the map below for directions on how to reach the conference site from the metro station.
Prague Public Transport Map
How to reach the conference site from the Ladvi metro station
It is approximately a 5 minute walk from the metro station to the J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry
Last Modified 11 April 2011