Hotel Geo

Perunova 16, Praha 3, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
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Prague Airport to Karlovy Vary by bus

by Mathieu05

I have gone to the Czech train and bus website (Jizdnirhady) to look at the connections from Prague airport to Karlovy Vary by bus.
I see that the buses run from Florenc bus Terminal located in downtown Prague to KV. At first I thought I'd have to take a bus from the airport to Florenc terminal, and then a second bus from there to KV. But on closer inspection of the connections details, one of the stops listed 20 minutes after it leaves Florenc is "Prague Terminal 1" which looks to be the airport to me. If this is the case, it would obviously make sense that I take the bus from here since I'll already be at the airport, rather than making an extra trip into the city.

Can anyone who may be familiar with this, or with the bus schedules, or who has done it themselves confirm this for me, or is "Prague Terminal 1" referring to some place other than the airport ?

Thank you in advance for your replies.

M

Re: Prague Airport to Karlovy Vary by bus

by NovakDavid

Terminal 1 is Airport Prague - Ruzyne / arrivals and departure
Good for you is private bus Student Agency or Asiana transport. maximum 2 hour from Prague Airport to Karlovy vary.

Normal bus is mimimum 4 change / Airport to metro station / metro station to airwail or bus station / minimum 3-4 hours and problems in centrum. No good.

Looking to - http://www.studentagency.cz/
or :

Re: Prague Airport to Karlovy Vary by bus

by r13

Yes, there are two main companies operating express buses to Karlovy Vary
(Asiana and Student Agency ) and both stop at the airport, no need to go to
Florenc (you will loose about 1 hour that way). Other buses listed in jiznirady.cz which do not have "Terminal 1" are slower buses with many stops on route, I do not recommend using them.

Bus stop for KV is a separate stop from normal city buses, but close to incoming city bus stop "Terminal 1", that's why it is listed under this name in the schedule. However it is close enough from both airport terminals as these are not big and interconnected.

I recommend to buy ticket on-line, even that there is risk of your plane being
late.
You can do that:
www.megabus.cz for Asiana buses
or www.amsbus.cz for Student Agency bus.
Both have comfortable bus services and the same travel time - can use either of
them.

Re: Prague Airport to Karlovy Vary by bus

by Mathieu05

Thank you both for your replies and very useful information.
Once I know my flight arrival time in Prague I will book a bus ticket online.

Cheers,

M

Travel Tips for Prague

Paddleboating on the Moldau

by der_geograf

One of my most memorable moments in Prague was renting a paddleboat with a friend and churning and steering our way along the Moldau River. The rental price was cheap (the amount escapes me at the moment but it was surprisingly low), and you can rent them from a small island in the center of the Moldau just down from the Charles Bridge.

I would recommend it to anyone!!!! (Although, it probably would not be a reasonable thing to do in winter.)

Meet all ther other cool...

by nixon_fc

Meet all ther other cool people travelling through the city. Get out there and do the culture thing as well with a city so full of history it has a story to tell and it is my only regret that I didn't get to see more of it. Still it's an excuse to go back!! We began drinking in a Bar called O'Sheas at 1:00pm and met any number of very cool people who if I went back I hope are all still there to catch up with. In particular we met a Kiwi named Toni. Unfortunately we lost his e-mail address and haven't talked since. This is a shame because anyone who isn't killed by all that absinthe can't be so bad!! Toni seemed to be a magnet for club photographers no doubt owning to his abiltity to pull off some outrageous dance moves thus far unseen in club land! If you know a guy called Toni who goes for long boarding, hip-hop music and lives in North Island N.Z. then let me know. That entire day and night was a bit of a blur but it was all great fun.

Metro Etiquette

by Gage17

You will surely notice this when you ride the Metro, but I witnessed lots of foreigners ignoring the Czech example, so I thought I'd pass on two bits of advice...

Please wait for people to step off the trains before you board. It just makes sense - if people come off, there's more room for you.

Please stand to the right when riding the escalators... this way, those who choose to walk the steps can pass on the left.

Prague Post Office

by TheSentinel

Situated in a very interesting building on Jindrisska street off Wenceslas Square. Look up and you'll see a very detailed art deco ceiling.

Take a number from the machine to be served. There is normally a 5-10 minute wait.

Note: you are not allowed to take photos.

Karlstejn Castle

by HORSCHECK

Take a daytrip by train to the famous Gothic Castle of Karlstejn. The medieval castle was built between 1348 and 1355 to deposit the Empire coronation jewels and state documents.

It is located on a hill and offers great views of the surrounding area. The way up the hill is packed with tourist stalls selling every kind of souvenirs.

Karlstejn ist located about 35 km southwest of Prague. A return train ticket was 112 CZK in 2003 (less than 2 EURO).

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