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Welcome to Prague Ruzyne

The airport is situated 10 miles (16km) north west of Prague.

Information & Facts

Airport Taxis
Taxis are also available outside the Arrivals hall. For information and prebookings call +420(0)2 2056 1788. A taxi to the city centre should cost no more than CZK600 and take around 30 minutes. Agree this price with the driver before the journey begins as many licensed taxis are unmetered. A reputable taxi company is AAATaxi. Shared minibus taxis are also a cost effective option; call Cedaz on +420(0)2 2491 9240.
Car Parking

There are abundant short and long-term parking facilities at the airport. Short-term parking is available in front of the north terminal, and there are more than 3,000 long-term parking bays.

Car Rental

All the major car rental companies are represented at the airport, including Avis, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt.

City Transfers

Cedaz minibus shuttles leave regularly for the city centre; they can drop passengers off at hotels throughout the city. The Airport Express provides the quickest transport to Prague Main Train Station. Public buses have regular services to all areas of Prague departing from the front of the arrivals hall. Public transportation (Tel: +420 800 191 817) fares are based on time of travel but a minimum 75 minute allotment for the ride to the city centre costs US1.20 and US$2.50 on the Airport Express. Cars can be hired at fixed rates (Tel: +420 220 113 892) or taxis (420 2 2056 1788) are available to the city centre which both should take about 30 minutes. Taxis should cost US$30 and depart from the outside the arrivals hall.


Tel: +420 220 113 314.

Departure Tax

There are a number of shops, bars, cafeterias and restaurants in the main terminal. Bureaux de change, ATMs and a bank are also available; the Travelex in the transit section is open 24 hours. Mobile phones can be rented from the Arrivals hall of Terminal North 1. Conference and meeting rooms can also be hired, and wireless Internet access is available in both terminals. Disabled facilities include wheelchairs and a transit car; passengers with special needs should contact their airline in advance.

Czech is the official language but English and German are also widely spoken.

The official currency is the Czech crown, locally known as the Koruna (CZK), which is divided into 100 haler. Most credit cards including American Express, Diners Club, Visa and MasterCard are accepted, but it is best to have cash handy when travelling away from Prague and the main tourist centres. Travellers cheques and foreign currency can be exchanged at banks, bureaux de change and some hotels; commission is highest in hotels. Banks are closed on weekends. ATMs (known as 'bankomats') are becoming more common in Prague and are probably the best way to obtain local currency at a good rate and without commission. The Czech Republic is still cheap compared to the rest of Europe, though the gap is closing.

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