ApartHotel Susa

Jana Masaryka 219 / 49, Prague, 120 00, Czech Republic
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How long does it take from Prague Airport to the Estates Theatre?

by Gichuck

I may be attempting the impossible. I'm due to fly in from Dublin this coming Sunday, arriving Prague Airport at 1505. Curtain up on Mozart's "Idomeneo" is at 1700hrs, at the Estates Theatre. Can I make it in time, presumably by taxi? All opinions valued. Many thanks in anticipation. GI Chuck.

Re: How long does it take from Prague Airport to the Estates Theatre?

by Kaspian

I think time might be a little tight. I seem to remember the taxi ride from the airport to the city centre being quite a ways--maybe 45 mins by taxi? Please let us know how you make out.

Re: How long does it take from Prague Airport to the Estates Theatre?

by leics

It's not just the taxi ride which may cause problems (and you will be travelling at a fairly busy time of day), it's getting through passport control and immigration.

1505 is the landing time, not the gate arrival time. You won't be off the plane (Ryanair?) much before 1520 at the earliest. If you haven't bought priority boarding make sure you check-in (online if it's Ryanair) as early as you can, so you are in the first boarding group and can make sure you can sit near the exit.

You may be lucky and (with no flight delays) get out of the airport by around 1550. But you may not be. Keep your fingers crossed!

Re: How long does it take from Prague Airport to the Estates Theatre?

by leics

If you are flying with Ryanair then it might be worth the extra to add priority boarding to your booking. You'll automatically be boarded first, so will be able to choose your seat for a swift exit.

Re: How long does it take from Prague Airport to the Estates Theatre?

by r13

Traffic on Sunday should not be so bad, but taxi must go trough the area where the new tunnel is being built and there might be problems.

On the other hand if your plane is on time You should be able to make it by bus 119 + metro A (both have intervals 10 minutes on Sundays). Travel time is 35- 40 minutes.

Last chance is to leave from Terminal using bus 119 at 16:03 and running for metro which then arrives at "Mustek" at 16:35 (or 16:45 if you miss the train and have to take next).

Estates theater is 250 m (5 min walk) from Metro "Mustek" exit - make sure You take stairs to the surface at the end of Your metro train.

Re: How long does it take from Prague Airport to the Estates Theatre?

by Tricky_Dicky69

Assuming that you have no flight delays then it shouldn't be a problem. If you have the money then a taxi will be quickest but if you are on a budget then bus 119 + metro A will still get you there. Bus 119 terminates right by the Metro station so it's really easy. The metro station is the end of the line so just get on the first train that comes in.
Good luck.

Re: How long does it take from Prague Airport to the Estates Theatre?

by Tricky_Dicky69

A bit more info from my Prague pages:

You can catch bus 119 or 254 from right outside the airport, stay on as far as it goes as the last stop is next to Dejvicka Metro station ( Line A - green ). A few stops on the metro and you're in the city centre.

To connect with Metro line B ( yellow ) catch bus No. 179 and get off at Nove Butrovice or bus 100 to Zlicin.

Re: How long does it take from Prague Airport to the Estates Theatre?

by Gichuck

A big thank you to all the people who gave advice about getting to the Estates Theatre in Prague in time for a 1700 hrs curtain up. We made it - with about 45 minutes or more to spare, using the 119 bus and the metro. We had time to get two half price tickets at the box office, and enjoy a tasty pre-opera snack in one of the theatre's bars. The tram system proved to be so user friendly over the next few days. We saw two more operas, and a ballet. Thanks again, folks. My area of expertise is the Dublin bus system - an esoteric subject - but one dear to my heart.

Travel Tips for Prague


by eurotourist11

There are many other places in Europe that have beautiful history and culture, but there aren't many with so many thieves and criminals that are literally waiting for you, my dear tourist on every corner to count the money in your pockets, make sure there are is nothing valuable left in your luggage! Please, for your own safety DO NOT GO TO CZECH REPUBLIC!!!!!!!!!!
For any additional "tips" please do not hesitate contacting me! I have full file of police reports of theft, luggage claims for czech airlines, that never been refunded and medical statements after been stubbed but local teenagers in order to steal my wallet. Please, feel free! Prague is a beautiful but the nastiest place in Europe (after Moscow, perhaps!)!!!


by utttz

just wondering around... walk as much as you can. prague itself.... i'm still wondering how could they build such an incredible town! By the way in prague you can see the best mix of ancient and new building.... (look at danak page: the only recent building really integrated in ancient block).

Breakfast at a bakery

by Roggeveen

Don't worry if breakfast is not included in your stay. Just you to one of the luxery bakery shops and you won't be sorry. There are several small sandwich snacks and pastry. But you can also get a cup of coffee or tea.
There are many shops like this all over the city.

Packing List

by flyingkiwi

The best times to visit are in the spring, when the fruit trees of Petrin Hill are in blossom, and in early summer. Winter weather can be depressingly grey and cold, with high level of air pollution and high summer can become hot and humid, with considerable rainfall.

Take sensible clothes depending on what season you intend visiting Prague in.

Dresden, Germany

by mrclay2000

For quick border-hopping, centrally-located Prague does not allow a quick outlet to any special city. Places like Vienna and Berlin are hours away by train, but for a quick trip of 3 hours one-way there is Dresden, Germany, the seat of Saxony in southern Germany. Though this town was badly damaged during WWII (the effects of which still show), there are old churches, an ancient fortress, the enchanting Elbe River and regal palaces in and out of town.


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Address: Jana Masaryka 219 / 49, Prague, 120 00, Czech Republic