Public buses run to downtown Prague, including buses operated by both the Prague Transit Company and Airport Express, while the airport minibus service run by CEDAZ also travels to popular locations. Bus tickets can be purchased from nearby vending machines and also at various newspaper kiosks. Hotel shuttles, taxis and limousines are also available.
Letiště Praha, a. s.
K Letišti 6/1019, 160 08 Praha 6
+420 220 111 888, +420 220 111 111, +420 296 661 111
Nonstop Airport phoneline:
+420 220 113 314, +420 220 113 321
- Delta (direct from US)
- Air France
- British Airways
- Czech Airlines
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Getting into the city from the airport
- Taxi: The distance from the Prague-Ruzyne International Airport to the Corinthia Hotel/Prague Congress Center is approximately 15 kilometers. A taxi ride from the airport to the Corinthia Hotel/Prague Congress Centre will take approximately 30 – 45 minutes and costs about 35 USD / 670 CZK. There are several taxi companies that offer service from the airport. A few of them are Profi Taxi, Taxi Praha, Halo Taxi, Prague Airport Transfers.
- Public Transportation: You can also travel to the Corinthia Hotel/Prague Congress Center via public transportation, although it does involve several transfers. To use public transit, take bus No. 119 to the “Dejvická” train station. Take the train to the “Museum” station, where you will than change to Train Line C. Take this train to the “Vyšehrad” station; the Corinthia Hotel and Prague Congress Center are located next to this station. The cost of a ticket for this trip is approximately 2 USD / 26 CZK. Public transit tickets are available at tobacco shops, automatic distributors at metro stops or from bus drivers.
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