Airport Buses Prague

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The large Prague airport is located in the west of Prague, about 11 kilometers from the city center. Vaclav Havel Airport Prague can only be reached by bus. There is no connection to the underground or tram. Several bus lines connect Prague Airport with the Metro and the city centre. Departures are frequent, tickets are cheap.

Large bus airport Prague
Bus to the airport

Our Prague tip:  Private airport transfer without stress

The problem: Using public transport from the airport to the hotel in Prague is not easy. You first have to take the airport bus to the subway (metro), then take the metro to the city centre and then often take the tram to the hotel. Sometimes there are no escalators (carrying suitcases) in the subway. Above all, it is not easy to find the right bus or tram in a foreign city.

The solution: A private airport transfer directly from the airport to the hotel. The service in Prague is not too expensive and very popular. The airport transfer has very good ratings on the Internet. Yourjourney begins without stress.

More information about the well-known website Getyourguide: Click here

You can also find many other tickets and bargains on the great Getyourguide website, such as tickets to Prague Castle, the famous Prague Card or great boat trips on the Vltava River.

Lines Airport Bus Prague (Prague Airport Transfer)

Most buses are normal city buses, which can be used with normal local transport tickets.

>>>>>  On this link you can find public transport tickets for Prague online (24-hour and 72-hour tickets)

From our point of view, the most important line is line 119: These airport buses connect Prague Airport with the nearest underground station. It is a station of line A (in Prague there are three metro lines A, B and C). The name of the metro station is Nadrazi Veleslavin. The journey time between the airport and the metro-station is about 20 minutes. Departures are very frequent, during the week about every 5 minutes during the day.

Also very useful is line 100: Similar to bus line 119, but to a subway station of line B (name Zlicin). Also frequent and good connections, travel time a bit longer than line 119.

AE Bus to Central Station: A real airport bus, direct to Prague Central Station with few stops. In normal traffic it takes a little more than half an hour to get to the main station. These buses cost slightly more (about 2,50 Euro instead of 1,50 Euro). Departures of the airport bus line AE are also frequent.

Line 191: This bus line also goes to the subway (Metro A and B). But this buses takes longer, especially to line B. To the station Andel (south of Prague Lesser Town) it takes more than 45 minutes.

There is also a night bus line. However, changing to night trams from the airport night bus is quite difficult, you should know Prague well. In addition you often wait very long for connection.

===>>>> All information about Prague Airport: Click here

Our Prague tip:  Private airport transfer without stress

The problem: Using public transport from the airport to the hotel in Prague is not easy. You first have to take the airport bus to the subway, then take the subway to the city centre and then usually take the tram to the hotel. Sometimes there are no escalators (carrying suitcases) in the subway. Above all, it is not easy to find the right bus or tram in a foreign city.

The solution: A privaze and good airport transfer directly from the airport to the hotel. The service in Prague is not too expensive and very popular. The airport transfer has very good ratings on the Internet. Your trip to Prague begins without stress.

More information about the well-known website Getyourguide: Click here

You can also find many other tickets and bargains on the great Getyourguide website, such as tickets to Prague Castle, the famous Prague Card or great boat trips on the Vltava River.

===>>>> All information about Prague Airport: Click here

No hotel in Prague yet?

There are several thousand hotels in and around Prague. In our opinion the best overview is at Booking.com. Here you can sort the accommodations according to price or you can display only accommodations in certain parts of the city. The hotels can be booked quickly and easily on Booking.com, there are also holiday apartments and simple hostels.

Operating hours airport buses Prague

During the day, all lines run very frequently (approximately every 5 to 15 minutes). However, there are no buses after 23:30. You are then dependent on the complicated night bus. Also on weekends, the bus lines to and from the airport run between 4 and 10 times an hour per day.

Where do buses depart from Prague Airport?

The airport is not very big, the bus stop is easy to find. The bus lines stop twice at Prague Airport, at Terminal 1 and at Terminal 2, almost directly in front of the exit or entrance. In addition, the airport buses are well signposted (public transport, transfer, see picture down).


Important note: With the Prague Card you can use the airport buses free of charge: More Information


Fares airport buses Prague

Using the buses is extremely inexpensive. You need a normal ticket for the Prague public transport for 90 minutes. It costs 32 Czech crowns, which is less than 1,50 Euro (summer 2018). The even cheaper ticket for 30 minutes (24 crowns, thus about 95 euro cents) is not enough, you should buy the 90-minute ticket.

The AE line (express bus, direct transfer to Prague Central Station) is somewhat more expensive, but also inexpensive. A ticket costs about 60 koruna (about 2.30 euros) one way.

Where can I buy the bus tickets for the airport buses?

There are usually no tickets on the bus in Prague. Buying tickets can be a small problem. There is a ticket counter in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 of Prague Airport where tickets for the airport buses are sold. But sometimes there are queues (see picture).

Queue ticket counter Prague airport
Waiting at the ticket counter

There are also ticket vending machines at both stops at Prague Airport. But here you need change (coins in Czech crowns).

===>>>> All information about Prague Airport: Click here

All prices and information on this page about transfer from Prague Airport to the city centre are from 2018 and 2019.

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