Travel to Prague
Czech Airlines is the national carrier operating from many European and some international destinations to Prague, including New York and Toronto. There are also many cheap direct flights operated by budget airlines such as EasyJet, Ryanair and BMIbaby, SmartWings, Air Lingus, or Sky Europe. Further information on destinations can be found on the airport's website. For alternative travel, Prague is also connected by rail to a number of European cities.
Prague has a network of public transport routes including bus, tram and metro links. For further information on the network, please visit the website of the Prague Public Transport Company.
Travel to venue
The majority of travel links in the city terminate at the Florence station, which is about 10 minutes away by metro. Get off at the Vysehrad stop. (It is the fourth stop from Florenc). The Congress Centre is located right next to the stop.
Having once arrived at the Prague Main Station (Hlavní Nádraží), take metro from the Hlavní Nádraží stop running in the direction of Háje. Get off at the Vyšehrad stop (it is the third stop from Hlavní nádraží). The Congress Centre is located right next to the stop. For further informaiton on the train network, please visit: http://jizdnirady.idnes.cz/vlaky/spojeni
Shuttle bus links the airport and the end station of the A metro line named Dejvická. It runs every 30 minutes. From Dejvická take the Skalka-bound service to the Muzeum stop, there change to line C, running in the direction of Háje. Get off at the Vyšehrad metro stop (it is the second stop after Muzeum). The Congress Centre is located right next to the metro stop. A combined bus-metro service will take you to the Congress Centre from the airport in about 45 minutes.
The venue has car parking facilities. Please follow the link Prague Congress Centre parking information for directions and more details.