Public bus transport
Buses number 119, 100 and 179 connect the city center with the airport every day from 4:30 a.m. to midnight, at 5- to 20-minute intervals. This is a fast, cheap and relatively convenient way to get from the airport to the city center. The ride takes 15-30 minutes and costs 32 crowns. The final station of number 119 is "Dejvická" (green route A), the final station of number 100 is "Zličín" (yellow route B) and the final station of number 179 is "Nové Butovice" (yellow route B). At night, from 00:15 to 05:00, you will be transported to the airport by night bus number 510, which departs from the "Na Beránku" station, via "I.P. Pavlova" and "Karlovo náměstí" in 30-minute intervals. Tickets for these lines can be purchased directly in the arrival hall at the airport, in the information center, every day from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tickets must be marked in the yellow devices with an arrow immediately after boarding the bus.

Airport Express
The fastest bus connection from the city center to the airport is offered by the "Airport Express", which departs from the main train station every 30 minutes. This line is provided from 5:45 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. The ticket can be purchased directly from the driver on board the bus and costs CZK 50.

Taxi transport
Fix taxi and Taxi Praha provide the most convenient and at the same time reasonable transport services from the airport and throughout Prague. These are reputable taxi services and it is very unlikely that you will come across improper behavior and exorbitant prices. Fares from the airport range from 200 to 1,000 CZK, depending on the location of the destination and the current traffic situation in the city. The cars are parked right outside the arrivals hall and accept credit cards.

Airport shuttle
Many companies offer transportation services from the airport to the city center. The price is around 600 CZK for 4 people or 900 CZK for 8 people. You can get more information in the arrivals hall.
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