Hotel Popelka

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Na Popelce 215/12, Prague, Bohemia, 15000, Czech Republic
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Costs 24% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Transportation Prague airport to Old Town centre?

by ILEENE

Arriving Prague Sunday around 09:00 hrs. How much a taxi from airport to Old Town centre? Can one take just any taxi at the airport?
Is there a bus or shuttle? How much, how long?
Many thanks!

Re: Transportation Prague airport to Old Town centre?

by leics

You will find information about transport from the airport in English here:

http://www.csl.cz/en/site/sluzby_letiste/doprava_parkovani/doprava_na_letiste/mhd_autobus.htm

the first time I visited Prague I simply took bus 119 from outside Arrivals to its terminus at Devjika, then took the Metro to my hotel.

Metro map here:

http://subway.umka.org/maps/prague.gif

You will find info about taxis and shuttles, including charges, here:

http://www.csl.cz/en/site/sluzby_letiste/doprava_parkovani/doprava_na_letiste/tarifni_a_smluvni_preprava.htm

Fare to Prague for a taxi is roughly 450-500CZK.

Your hotel may be able to pre-book a taxi for you, if you prefer, but there are always plenty of them waiting outside arrivals.

Re: Transportation Prague airport to Old Town centre?

by r13

Depending on the location taxi should be 500-600 CZK. Just go to the exit of the terminal, there will be yellow AAA taxis waiting, if not- dispatcher present on location will assist. Trip would take around 20-30 min.

Bus N 199 + Metro will take around 50 minutes to reach center. Cost: 26 CZK (around 1 EUR or 1.3 USD). Buy ticket in arrivals hall - look for the booth with METRO TRAM billboards. Bus stops in front of both terminals.

Re: Transportation Prague airport to Old Town centre?

by leics

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Re: Transportation Prague airport to Old Town centre?

by leics

For the OP: 500CZK is roughly 25 USD, or 20 euro/GBP.

Re: Transportation Prague airport to Old Town centre?

by LoriPori

When we went to Prague, we used "Cedaz Airport".
After picking up your luggage, head for Ground Transportation. Look for the kiosk that reads "Transport Information - Minibus Cedaz".
We paid 480 CZK (good for up to 4 people going to same address) and also pre-arranged our shuttle back to Airport for an additional 400 CZK - so 880 CZK all together. We had an early flight, so at 5:00 a.m. our driver was promptly there to pick us up. Excellent service in my opinion. Travel time back to the airport was 30 minutes.

Travel Tips for Prague

Habiscus Tea

by WeeScotishLassie

I experienced this in Prague, but it can happen anywhere. Note to all; do not try to put milk in your Habiscus tea. It'll just dissapoint you. Oddly enough, this was one of those small, classic events that I will never forget. Not my best memory... just a funny one!

Charles Bridge

by littlesam1

This is one of my favorite photographs I took from the Charles Bridge. It was not of the bridge or the tourists or the vendors. It is a shot just off of the bridge with a lone sculpture overlooking the water front. Its almost as if the statue has turned its back to the crowds to ignore them and just enjoy the view of the river. Thats my best Charles Bridge tip for you. Turn your back from the crowds and the vendors. Forget the tourists rubbing the statues for good luck. And just look out on the river and let yourself escape to another time and another place.

Easter eggstravaganza

by Flamegirl

I went to Prague shortly before Easter, and both the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square were filled with Easter markets; hand-painted eggs, gingerbread, and the usual tourist stuff (pictures, jewellery etc).

A rather pretty Easter custom is to decorate everything with brightly coloured tissue paper. It's everywhere; in the trees, in the plant pots... you name it!

Some food I tried in the market and could recommend: trdlo (bread flattened around a metal rolling pin then rotated over a fire, then dipped in a sugar/nut mix - an edible bracelet!) and caramelised nuts (or caramelised sunflower seeds which I got... very tasty!)

Astronomical Statue

by travelfrosch

Not far from Strahov Monastery, you can enjoy a statue commemorating two of history's greatest astronomers: Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler. Sara comes from a family of astronomers, so it was especially meaningful for her. Fun as the astronomical clock is downtown, it's quite satisfying to see tributes to astronomy like this.

To find the statue, take Take Tram 22 or 23 to Pohořelec. Statue will be across the street on the right (if coming from downhill).

Daytrip to Karlštejn Castle

by Krumlovgirl

This medieval castle was built in 1348 - 1368 by the King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor, Charles IV, as a place for safekeeping the coronation jewels. The heart of the castle is the Chapel of the Holy Rood (or Holy Cross), and features a famous gallery of 127 panel paintings by the Master Theodoricus. Reservations for touring the Chapel must be made ahead of time.
Distance: approx. 21 miles (half-day trip)

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