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How to get to Prague

Prague is a destination operated by numerous airlines (both regular and low-cost) and so there is a direct air connection to most of the major European cities.
Prague is also an important Central European railway node with direct services from / to Hamburg, Dresden, Nurnburg, Budapest, Vienna, Krakow, Bratislava, and many other cities.



Transportation from Airport downtown

We regret that we are unable to organize a transportation shuttle from/to the airport. However, we suggest to use one of the following comfortable ways to get downtown:

Buses and the subway of the public transportation
- No. 119: Airport to Dejvicka station, at the subway line 'A'
- No. 100: Airport to Zlicin station, at the subway line 'B'
- Prague Public Transportation Website:
http://www.dpp.cz/en/index.htm

- a 12 CZK (about 0.35 EUR) ticket is valid for one person for 60 minues of travel within the city limits
- another 8 CZK (about 0.25 EUR) ticket is needed for any oversized piece of luggage

Shuttle to Republic Square, the CEDAZ company,
- 90 CZK (3 EUR) per person, tickets to be bought at their stand in the Arrivals.

Shuttle to whatever single address in Prague, the CEDAZ company
- 480 CZK (16 EUR) per group of up to 4 people
- 960 CZK (32 EUR) per group of up to 8 people

Taxi services
- There is a taxi station just in front of the Arrivals, however we do not recommend to use these as there are more reliable services just a phone call away:
- AAA Radiotaxi tel. 14-0-14 (operators speak English)
- HaloTaxi Prague tel. 2-4411-4411
- Approximate prices:
- 350 CZK (12 EUR) ... Masarykovy koleje, the conference venue
- 450 CZK (15 EUR) ... Republic Square
- 450 CZK (15 EUR) ... Wenceslas Square
- 550 CZK (20 EUR) ... southern districts of Praha

More about the Airport services
- Czech Airports Authority: http://www.csl.cz/en/frames.htm



Coming by train

The timetable of the Czech Railways is available here:

Most of the trains terminate at the station "Praha - Hlavni nadrazi", being in the very center of the city, directly connected to the subway.



Visa information

The citizens of the EU do not need any kind of visa to enter The Czech Republic.

The home page of the Czech Embassies: http://www.czechembassy.org



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