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The capital of Bohemia has an integrated public transportation system which includes the metro, buses, trams, 6 ferries, funicular and commuter S-train. The transportation system in Prague is among the most used ones in the world with 1.2 billion passengers annually. The most popular transportation mode in Prague is the boat ride along Vltava River.
The Prague metro is the fifth busiest network in Europe with 61 stations and over 65 km in length. Buses cover all 10 districts in Prague.
The main railway station in Prague is Hlavni Nadrazi and there are, also, three smaller stations serving the city: Masarykovo Nadrazi, Smichov and Holesovice. The main train station serves trains to all the parts of the country and the major European cities. SuperCity connects Prague to Vienna, Brno, Teplice and Ostrava. Holesovice train station serves international and inter-regional trains going north of the city, while Smichov train station is a terminal for regional trains serving the eastern part of the country.
Several bus stations serve Prague, each with an underground connection to the rest of the city. Florence is the main international bus station operating with frequent buses to Karlovy Vary and Brno. For journeys from Prague to Ceske Budejovice and Cesky Krumlov, buses depart from Na Knizeci bus station. Cerny Most bus station serves the towns in West Bohemia with frequent lines from Prague to Hradec Kralove and Liberec.
The Czech Republic largest airport is Vaclav Havel Airport (PRG) with annual traffic of 14 million passengers. Conveniently located 12 km from Prague, the airport is easily accessible by public transport, airport taxi and private airport transfer service. Prague Airport is, also, the home of the Prague Aviation Museum.
AirportExpress runs from Prague Airport Terminal 1 to the main train station every 15-30 minutes, from 05:30 until 21:00. Airport buses reach the city within 45 minutes. Regional airport buses run from Prague Airport to Karlovy Vary and Kladno every 60 minutes.
Local taxi vehicles are obligated to charge by the meter at a fixed rate per km, however, this does not apply to most of the airport taxis. Avoid dealing with local currency and being overcharged by public taxi drivers by booking your airport transfer in advance.
We offer private transfers from Prague Airport to any destination in unmarked vehicles at a fixed rate. The rates you see published online is what you will pay for a private door-to-door service with a free waiting time of 60 minutes after the actual flight's landing time. The cost for a taxi transfer from Prague Airport to the city centre is 19 EUR for two passengers. For day trips from Prague Airport to Karlovy Vary, you can hire a minibus and the cost is 153 EUR.
Prague private tailor made tours, excursions and guided tours of Prague are available from Airports Taxi Transfers.
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