Vaclav Havel Airport Prague (PRG) is the international airport of Prague, Czech Republic. Formerly known as Prague Ruzyne Airport, it was founded in 1937. The airport is located around 20 kilometers (12.5 miles) from the city.
If you’re looking for the Prague Airport address, use the one below for directions:
Václav Havel Airport Prague
Airport Code: PRG
Aviatická, 161 08 Praha 6, Czechia
Prague Airport map may be helpful if you’re flying there for the first time, check it out.
Intercity Airport Transport
Going to the beautiful capital of the Czech Republic? The first thing you’ll need upon the arrival is a reliable and comfortable transfer to your accommodation, and we can help you book the best transportation in the area. PRG Airport offers various Prague Airport Transfers, Rideshare, Taxi Service, Car Rentals, Public Transportation, and Intercity Coach Transport.
See our detailed list below to find out which airport transportation option best suits your needs.
Prague Airport Transfers
Prague is a charming city with a rich history and a popular tourist destination. You can see its magic while walking through the Old Town Square with Gothic churches, baroque buildings, Prague Castle, and the medieval Astronomical Clock from 1410.
So, if you’re looking for a ride from Prague Airport to Old Town Square, or trying to find a transfer from Prague Airport to the city centre, look no further.
Prague Airport Shuttle is both cheap and safe transportation option that connects PRG with the city. Shuttles depart every 30 minutes from PRG and their final stop is at Národní 40. Apart from shared shuttles, they also offer hotel shuttles, private door-to-door service, and shuttle minibus service.
Interested in the shuttle fares from PRG?
- Prague Airport to the city centre: from 5.60 €
- Prague Airport to your hotel: from 11.60 €
Once you arrive at Prague Airport, look for your driver inside the Arrivals Hall (holding a card with your name and the company logo).
If you want to make sure you get the best transfer from the airport, you should book your ride in advance. Do it online using their website.
There is another Prague transfer company with reliable airport service and fixed prices (with no hidden extras). Airport Transfer Prague is a great choice if you’re traveling with a group of friends or your family.
If you have several travel buddies, your ride to the city can cost as low as 4 €.
Check their rates from the airport to the Prague centre below:
They offer intercity rides as well. So, if you’re looking for a ride from Prague Airport to Karlovy Vary, Brno, or some other city, check the following list:
Make a reservation by booking online or call +420 728 876 876.
There is another affordable option at PRG - Uber. This app-based transportation company is one of the best Prague Airport transfers. Being cheaper than the airport taxis, Uber is very popular nowadays.
To give you a glimpse of their prices, we’ve listed popular destinations and the estimates below.
Uber Prague Airport:
- to the city centre: 14.89 €
- to Old Town Square / Charles Bridge / St. Vitus Cathedral: 14.31 €
- to Karlovy Vary: 62.87 €
Use your phone app to easily book a ride, after which you’ll receive all the information about your vehicle and pick-up location (and a mail confirmation).
Prague Airport Taxi
If you need an easy way out of the airport without waiting time or delays, grab a regular taxi cab. At PRG Airport, taxi transfer counters are at the Terminals 1 and 2 Arrival Halls, and boarding points are marked in front of both Halls.
There are two taxi service providers at the airport which operate non-stop:
- FIX Taxi: +420 220 113 892
- Taxi Praha: +420 220 414 414
The taxi fare from PRG to the city is around 24 €.
Still haven’t found what you’re looking for? Don’t worry, there are more Prague Airport transfer options. If you need a vehicle just for yourself, you should rent a car. This way, you can travel on your own schedule and see all the beautiful places and buildings in the area.
In the following list, you’ll see all rental agencies available at PRG:
Czechocar represents Enterprise, National, and Alamo brands.
The cheapest Prague Airport transfer is also very safe and easy to use. Public buses are a great way to get to the city if you don’t have a lot of extra luggage. There are several lines serving PRG Airport, and the bus stops for all lines are directly in front of Arrival Halls of both terminals.
If you’re going to the city centre, we recommend taking the line 119 (to Veleslavín train station) and then change to Metro Line A.
Other bus lines operating to/from Prague Airport are:
- 100 Bus Line;
- 191 Bus Line;
- 910 Night Bus Line (from 12 AM to 4 AM).
Looking for bus fares? There are several types of tickets:
- 90-minute ticket: 32 CZK (1.24 €)
- 30-minute ticket: 24 CZK (0.93 €)
- 1 day: 110 CZK (4.26 €)
- 3 days: 310 CZK (11.99 €)
You must purchase the ticket in advance at several locations. There are ticket counters in both Arrival Halls, you can go to the Visitor Centre T1 or T2, or use ticket machines (Baggage reclaim at the airport Terminal 1, both Arrival Halls, and directly on bus stops).
There is no train station at Prague Airport, but there is an easy way to get to the Prague Main Railway Station - via the Airport Express shuttle bus service. You can find the bus stops in front of the terminal buildings.
You don’t have to book your ride in advance - purchase Airport Express bus tickets from the bus driver or go to the Visitor Centre at the Arrival Hall.
Intercity Airport Transport
RegioJet coaches can take you to numerous cities within the Czech Republic. The buses stop in front of the Terminal 1 (under the airbridge to Terminal 2). Click here and choose your destination to get an instant quote.
You can make a reservation online or via RegioJet phone app; you can also purchase a ticket in Terminal 1 Departure Hall or from helpful drivers.
For additional information, call +420 222 222 221.