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From the Airport To Jagelonska 11

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Airport Express – The Airport Express is a special bus that connects the Ruzyně Airport with the Main Train Station (Hlavní nádraží), which is on line C of the metro.

The Airport Express bus is scheduled to coincide with the arrivals and departures of Super City (Pendolino), Euro City and Inter City trains.

Tickets can be purchased at the airport at the Prague public transport information centre or directly from the bus driver.

Airport (Bus stop), Terminal 1 – the stop is situated in the municipal transit area in from of the Airport, Terminal 1 check-in hall. Terminal 1 is for flights to countries outside of the Schengen zone.

Airport (Bus stop),Terminal 2 – the stop is situated in the municipal transit area in front of the Airport, Terminal check-in hall. Terminal 2 is for flights to countries in the Schengen zone.

From line AE drivers is possible to purchase a non – transferable one-off ticket valid only for line AE. The price is 60 CZK, for children 6-15 years of age 30 CZK, free only for children under 6 years of age. Prague Main Station (Metro line C), Hlavní nádraží station) – the boarding stops is in Wilsonova Street (The main artery in the direction of Florenc).

From Hlavní nádraží take tram number5, 9, 15, 26 to Lipanská and it is about a 7 minute walk to the building. Or you can take from Florenc bus 133 or 207 and get off inTachovské náměstí and it is just 2 minutes by foot to the building.

More information about Airport Express and Timetable you can find on this page -


Bus 119: Airport - Metro Line A Nádraží Veleslavín: Bus 119 runs between the Ruzyně Airport and Nádraží Veleslavín metro station (metro line A). This bus is the best choice if your destination is in the historical center of Prague (the Old Town, Lesser Town, New Town, Prague Castle area) or anywhere along line A of the metro including in the Vinohrady or Žižkov districts. The bus runs every 7 to 20 minutes and the ride takes 13 to 17 minutes.

 Taking Bus 119 frbus119.jpgom the airport:

Bus 119 leaves from outside the Arrivals terminal and runs from around 4.20 in the morning until around 11.45 at night. It will take you to the Nádraží Veleslavín metro station on line A. From there, you can take the metro using the same ticket to continue to your destination. The most popular metro stations on the route are: Malostranská - Lesser Town (Malá Strana), Staroměstská - Old Town (Staré Město), Můstek - bottom and middle of Wenceslas Square, Muzeum - top of Wenceslas Square.






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Bus 100: Airport - Metro Line B (Zličín)

 Bus 100 runs between the Ruzyně airport and the Zličín metro station (metro line B)

Take this bus if your destination is close to any of the metro stations on line B. The bus runs every 15 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes after 7 p.m.

Taking Bus 100 from the airport:
Bus 100 leaves from outside the Arrivals terminal and runs from 5.45 in the morning until 23.39 at night. It will take you to the Zličín  metro station. From there, you can take the metro using the same ticket to reach your destination. Once you get on the metro, expect the ride to take about 20 minutes (11 - 13 stops) to get you into the center. Important metro stations are: Anděl - Smíchov District, Karlovo náměstí - Charles Square, Národní třída - Národní Avenue, Můstek  - bottom of Wenceslas Square, Náměstí Republiky - Republic Square, Florenc - main bus station.

Taking Bus 100 to the airport: Take line B of the metro to Zličín and get on bus 100, which runs from 5:30 a.m. until around midnight. The airport is at the end of the line and the bus stops at all the terminals - 1, 2, 3.

Traveling at Night: Bus 510 --> Divoká Šárka --> Tram 51

In case you need to go from the Prague Airport to town at night, you can take the night bus 510, get off at Divoká Šárka and change to the night tram. The tram will take you to the city centre.

Bus 510 runs between midnight and 4 a.m. and leaves the airport every half hour. Check the current schedules at (From: 'Terminal 1' To: 'Divoka Sarka').


Jagellonska 11  

To Prague City Stay Jagellonska 11 from Hlavní nádraží (main train station) 15 Minute

5 min from Hlavní nádraží to Metro station Muzeum then  about a 5 minute walk to Jagellonska 11



From Hlavní nádraž to Muzeum

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From Jiriho z Podebrad to Prague City Stay Jagellosnaka 11

  From Prague City Stay Jagellosnaka 11 to City Centre 

From Prague City Stay Jagellosnaka 11 walk 5 minutes to Metro station Jiřího z Poděbrad  in direction to Metro station Mustek then is only 2 mins wallking to Wenceslas Square. ( New Town)


 From Florenc Bus Station to Prague City Stay Jagellosnaka 11 

Walk 1 min to Metro Florenc  in direction to Metro Muzeum, then change to Green line "A" in direction to  Jiriho z Podebrad then walk for 5 min to Prague City Stay Jagellosnaka 11



General Information about Prague Public Transport.

Prague metro

Prague metro lines - The whole underground network is divided into the three main lines, each represented by its own color:

Line A (Green) runs east to west from Depo Hostivař to Nemocnice Motol and has 17stations.
Line B (Yellow) runs east to west from Černý most to Zličín and has 24 stations.
Line C (Red) runs north to south from Letňany to Háje and has 20 stations.

Transfer Stations

There are three transfer stations in the city center where two subway lines intersect:
Můstek (lower end of Wenceslas Square) - lines A and B intersect
Muzeum (upper end of Wenceslas Square) - lines A and C intersect
Florenc (main bus station) - lines B and C intersect
These are transfer points from one line to another. Each transfer route is clearly marked and takes 3-5 minutes walking.

The stations and connections of the metro lines can be found on this link and on the map below.

On this link you can find all transit maps -

  • Metro orientation plan;
  • Metro and trams
  • Metro and trams stops;
  • Metro and buses;
  • Night service;
  • Night service (Orientation map);
  • Service to Airport  - daytime

Metro Plan

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Both tickets can be used on any type of public transportation and allow transfers between lines (subway to subway, tram to tram, etc.) and transfers between different types of transport (subway to tram, tram to bus, etc.) for up to 30/90 minutes from validation.Metro operates daily from 5:00 am – midnight.

Transport Tickets

Where to buy tickets? Tickets are sold through yellow ticket vending machines (coins only), at ticket offices located at some metro stations, at a Tabák/Trafika, at some newsstands, and at tourist information centres. If you have Czech sim card, you can also buy tickets by using your mobile phone and sending the text message "DPT24" or "DPT32" to the number 902 06. Your ticket will usually be sent to your phone within 1 minute.


How to validate the tickets? A ticket must be punched at the entrance to the metro station and on the tram/bus to mark the start of the validation period. If you requested a ticket by SMS, you must have received your ticket before you enter the vehicle or the paid zone on the subway.




There are tickets valid for 1 and 3 days and long-term (monthly, quarterly, and yearly) tickets

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There are several short-term and long-term passes available:

• Short-term (tourist) passes

24-hour pass: 110 CZK (children 6-15 years: 55 CZK)
3-day pass (72 hours): 310 CZK

• Long-term passes (issued with a photo-ID)

Monthly: 550 CZK
Quarterly: 1,480 CZK
5-month: 2,450 CZK
Annual: 4,750 CZK

Passes can be used on any type of Prague public transportation for the duration of the period for which the pass is valid. Children under 6 ride free.

Short-term (tourist) passes are sold at ticket offices located at some metro stations and at tourist information centers. Long-term passes are sold at ticket offices at some metro stations.

Ticket offices are located at many metro stations (e.g. DejvickáHradčanskáMůstekFlorencHlavní nádražíNádraží Holešovice, Náměstí Míru) and are open from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

You can buy the tickets by SMS

The tickets can be bought this way only from phones registered with one of the local operators – T-mobile, O2 and Vodafone.

SMS ticket price. SMS ticket costs 24, 32, 110 or 310 CZK plus you are charged for the outgoing SMS according to the tariff of your mobile phone operator.

DPT24 ticket for 30 minutes.
DPT32 ticket for 90 minutes.
DPT110 ticket for 24 hours.
DPT310 ticket for 72 hours.

How to buy SMS ticket. To buy a ticket, send DPT plus selected tariff (e.g. DPT32) as a text of an SMS (Short Text Message) to the number 902 06 and within 2 minutes you will get an electronic ticket to your mobile phone in the form of SMS. If you incidentally delete the ticket, you can ask for a duplicate. Send DPTA as a text of SMS to the number 902 06. The duplicate is charged 6 CZK.

There are uniformed ticket inspectors who have the right to check the validity of the ticket at any time inside the metro area.

Prague tram

Daytime trams run from 4:30 a.m. till midnight in 8 – 10 minute intervals (8-15 minutes on weekends).

Night Trams.

Night trams - numbers 51 – 58 run from 00:30 a.m. till 4:30 a.m. in 40 minute intervals.


Tram 22
Tram 22 follows one of Prague's most scenic routes, passing by the National Theater to Staroměstská and Malostranská metro stations, and continuing up to the Belveder, Prague Castle and Pohořelec, with some stunning views along the way.
Nostalgic Tram 91
The Nostalgic Tram no. 91 (nostalgická linka č. 91) is a historic tram that runs on weekends and holidays from April through mid-November. The tram leaves from Vozovna Střešovice every hour from 12:00 noon until 5:30 p.m. and continues through the city center. The ticket costs 35 Kč for adults and 20 Kč for children under 15.

Connection to metro - The tram stop which is marked with the sign M means that there is the possibility to get out and continue with the metro.

Tram tickets the same type of ticket can be used for metro, trams and buses. Passengers must buy a ticket before entering the tram and validate it after getting on the tram. The tickets can be bought in the automatic machines or in any tobacco store. You can also buy tickets by SMS.


Tram Schedules and Connections

The closest automatic machines to buy the tickets for the transport are in the stop Lipanska.


Prague bus

Daytime buses run from 4:30 a.m. till midnight in 6-8 min. Intervals in peak hours, 10-20 min. Intervals in the off hours, and 15-30 min. intervals on weekends.

Night buses (numbers 501-513) run from around midnight till 4:30 a.m. at 30-60 min. intervals.

Buses 119 and 100

Bus 119 connects the Ruzyně airport with the Dejvická metro station and bus 100 connects the airport with the Zličín station. They are both a convenient way to get to and from the Prague airport.

Connection to metro
The bus stop marked with the sign M indicates that you can get out of the bus and continue with the metro.

Bus tickets the same type of ticket can be used for metro, trams and buses. Passengers must buy a ticket before entering the bus and validate it after getting on the bus. The tickets can be bought in the automatic machines or in any tobacco store. You can also buy tickets by SMS or use mobile application SEJF. 

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