There’s probably nothing worse than spending your time searching for transport links in confusing schedules. You finally land in Prague after hours spent on the airplane and you’re just in the mood to rest for a little bit first and to start enjoying the vibe of this foreign city afterwards.
How do you get to the city centre from the airport? There are plenty of possibilites
Bus number 119 or 254 will take you to Dejvická (terminal station of metro line A). The buses leave approximately every 15 minutes. And the ride takes about 20 or 30 minutes. From Dejvická your way gets quite simple. Just choose the metro station you need.
You can also decide to reach Zličín (terminal of metro line B) by bus number 100.
Even the bus Airport Express can take you where you need. It’s a transport link between airport Praha-Ruzyně and Hlavní nádraží. It’s run by ČD. The fare is set to 50 Kč and it may already be included in your air ticket.
In case that you’re travelling at night (between midnight and 3.30 am) you can also use bus number 510, which terminates at Divoká Šárka.Tram number 51 will be waiting for you to take you to the city centre.
If you prefer a more comfartable mean of transport and if you don’t like lugging suitcases, taxi cabs are at your disposal. There is no way you could miss them. These yellow taxi cabs are lined up near the entrance to airport hall. It will cost you from 300,- to 500,- Kč to reach the city centre. Kurýr-taxi is probably the cheapest.