There is no metro at Prague Airport, so to travel by public transport into the city involves taking a bus, then a metro. If you have luggage and/or prefer a smoother journey, we advise booking a taxi .Don’t forget staying in our apartments you get a FREE taxi  from the airport on stays of three nights or more.

For stays of less then three nights you can  book through our booking page & the cost is €20 for up to 4 persons & €26 for 5-6 persons and we will have a driver waiting for you in the arrivals hall. It takes about 30 minutes to get to the apartments.

To travel by public transport,  It takes around 1 hour to reach our apartments from the airport. Take the Bus 119 from all terminals at Prague Airport to NadrazI Veleslavin metro station (line A), then take the metro to your apartment (directions will be given in your confirmation email)

Fare: 32czk plus 16czk for a luggage ticket  (purchase one from the Public Transport desk at the airport). 40czk if you purchase a ticket from the bus driver (exact change required).plus 16czk for the luggage ticket.

Getting around Prague by public transport Once in the city centre and checked-in to your apartment , travel around on foot (Prague is a compact city and highly pedestrianised) or take public transport. Use taxis with caution – taxis hailed on the street can overcharge and traffic congestion can slow your journey.

A ticket for the Prague public transport network permits travel on all trams, buses and the metro, and you can transfer between transportation modes, all for a set period of time.

You can pre order transport tickets on our booking page and they will be in the apartment for you on arrival. Or purchase  tickets from metro stations, newsagents and Public Transport Information Centres (located at Prague Airport, and at Muzeum (lines A & C) and Mustek (lines A & B) metro stations).

As well as standard single tickets, 1-Day, 3-Day and 1-Month passes are worth considering. These permit travel on any mode of public transport at any time.


The Prague Metro operates between 05:00-midnight. Metro lines run a service every 2-3 minutes during peak hours, and every 4-9 minutes after 7pm.

All areas of the city centre are covered. There are three metro lines: A (green), B (yellow) and C (red).

The Prague metro is a safe and reliable mode of public transportation, and can transport you at high speed from one side of Prague to the other . The Prague metro map can be seen here


Daytime trams operate 04:30-midnight. The most popular trams run every 4 minutes during peak times. Other trams run every 8-10 minutes during the week, and 8-15 minutes at weekends.

Night trams operate 00:30-04:30. These run every 30 minutes and have different numbers to day trams (numbers 51-58 are the standard night trams).

Trams cover most areas of the city. The most useful trams are: Tram 9 – runs across the city, via Wenceslas Square in the New Town to the Lesser Town. Tram 22 – runs via the National Theatre in the New Town to the Lesser Town, then up to the rear of Prague Castle (this tram follows a very scenic route).


The funicular runs from the Lesser Town up to the top of Petrin Hill. At the summit, set in landscaped gardens, is the Petrin Observation Tower, a mirror maze and an observatory. The funicular stops half way for passengers that wish to alight at Nebozizek Restaurant.

The funicular operates daily 09:00-23:30 from the bottom of Petrin, near Ujezd tram stop. It runs every 10 minutes in the summer, every 15 minutes in the winter.

The funicular is part of the Prague public transport network, so accepts the single tickets and passes used on trams, buses and the metro. You can also purchase a ticket before boarding (32czk) .


Parking can be arranged nearby our apartments.

-Centre Apartment costs €20 per 24hours
-Preslova Nineteen costs €12 per 24 hours

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