The Prague Congress Centre is adjacent to the Vyšehrad station on Line C of the Prague underground railway network, providing convenient access by public transport from the city’s airport and all major rail and bus stations.
How to get to Prague
Located in the heart of Europe, Prague is easily accessible to travelers from almost all countries. The maximum flying duration from all major European cities is 2,5 hours. 52 airlines fly to 110 destinations in 42 countries from Václav Havel Airport Prague, which is one of the busiest in Central Europe. There are also budget airline providers available.
Prague has several train stations, but international trains are likely to arrive at the Main Railway Station (Hlavní Nádraží). There are also some international arrivals at Holešovice Station (Nádraží Holešovice).
You can reach Prague by highway from all directions:
- From the North – Highway E55
- From the South – Highway E50
- From the West – Highway E50
- From the East – Highway E67
Prague has an advanced integrated public transport system with underground, tram and bus system. During the peak hours, underground trains run every 1 or 2 minutes, and during off-peak hours at least every 10 minutes. The metro in operation from 5 a.m. till midnight and there are also special night tram and bus services.
Maps, timetables, fares and route planning are available in English on the Prague Public Transport website www.dpp.cz/en/.
Tickets can be purchased:
- At public transport counters in the arrival halls of Terminals 1 & 2 at the Airport (from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm)
- From automatic ticket machines placed at bus stops and tram stops and at metro stations (cash required)
- From bus drivers (cash required)
- At newsstands
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