Thanks to its location in the heart of Europe, Prague is easily accessible from all the major European airports. The Václav Havel Airport Prague is one of the busiest in Central Europe. It offers visitors of Prague a direct connection to around 130 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.

For more information please visit Václav Havel Airport Prague.


Prague has one of the best public transportation systems in Europe. The subway, trams and buses are used by two-thirds of Prague's population and cover the majority of the city and outskirts. The metro especially makes getting around town a breeze since it enables you to cover long distances in a matter of minutes. If you can't continue to your destination on foot, you'll be able to catch a tram or bus from near the subway station.

The Prague public transport mobile app can be download at

Prague public transport map

Nearest public transport stops:

The Prague public transport mobile app can be download at
Tram stop: Lotyšská – tram no. 8, 18, 26 (2 minutes walk)
Bus stop: Dejvická – bus no. 107, 108, 116, 143, 147, 149, 160, 180, 255 (4 minutes walk)
Metro station: Dejvická (5 minutes walk)
Nearest airport: Václava Havla Prague (12, 2 km)

How to get from Prague airport to the conference venue

By public transport Take bus number 119 from the airport to its final stop "Nádraží Veleslavín", then take metro line A to "Dejvická" station (two stops). The conference venue is situated 600 meters from the metro exit (towards "Bus station") – see the map.

The journey takes about twenty-eight minutes and you can use a 30 CZK ticket (this ticket is valid for thirty minutes after validating it on the bus) or a 40 CZK ticket (valid for ninety minutes).

You can find information or buy tickets at public transport info centers at the airport. The info centers are located in the arrival halls of both terminals and are open daily from 7:00 to 21:00. They offer, free of charge, all the relevant information on the operation of public transport in Prague, its routes, timetables and fares. In addition to information they offer in particular:

  • single-trip and short-term tickets valid for twenty-four hours or for one day (a ticket costs 120 CZK/approximately 5 EUR) or three days (a ticket costs 330 CZK/approximately 14 EUR)
  • timetables for trams and buses (from any stop)
  • a map of Prague with its public transport network By taxi Taxi is much more expensive than public transport and it is only a little faster.

It is reasonable to use taxis only for night arrivals/departures, when bus line 119 does not operate. Only official airport taxis are allowed tom operate at the airport. You can find taxis in front of the arrival halls of both terminals. The fare from the airport to the conference venue/offered hotels could be expected to be around 460 CZK (a higher fare is possible depending on the current traffic situation).

Car transport and parking

Residential parking zones around the conference venue graphically displayed on
You are allowed to park in both blue and purple zones:
Blue zones – max. 3 hours for 80 CZK per hour; payment via
Purple zones – max. 22 hours for 60 CZK per hour; payment via or parking meters
Parking is free on Saturdays and Sundays.

Parking garage

Parking is also available in the building of the National Technical Library (50 meters from the conference venue, more info at