Travelling to Prague

By Plane

There are direct flights to Prague from more than 85 cities in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. 

Prague International Airport (https://www.prg.aero/) is only ten kilometres northwest of the Prague city centre. A taxi ride from the airport to central Prague takes between twenty and thirty minutes, depending on traffic, and costs approximately EUR 20-25.

The connection between Václav Havel Airport Prague and Prague city centre is provided by public transport bus lines which operate at regular few-minute intervals. Bus stops are located directly in front of terminals. To get to Prague city centre the fastest by public transport, we recommend taking the 119 bus (Terminal 1/Terminal 2 – Veleslavín train station) and changing to metro Line A, the ticket costs CZK 40.

How to reach the conference venue from the airport?

The cheapest way is to take bus No. 119 from the airport to Veleslavín train station, change to metro Line A and take the metro to the station Staroměstská. The Faculty of Law is a five-minute walk from the subway.

By Bus

Prague has a developed bus traffic to many cities in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, the Great Britain, France etc. Prague International Coach Terminal is located in the very center of the city. Time table of bus traffic is available here.

By Train

Many international trains arrive in Prague. The international railway station is located in the city centre. Time table of all trains arriving to Prague can be found here.