Pension Villa Maria

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im a first time traveller to prague

by justin87

i will be travlling to prague next year for the 1st time. i will be staying at a hotel called central plaza does anyone have any advice on how to travel to there as i have been advised not to use taxis as they are ridiculously expensive from an airport? i have heard that prices over there is a lot less can anyone give me a sort of guide line please. also does anyone advice or tips during my stay there?? if anyone has any web links that will help me out that would be great

Re: im a first time traveller to prague

by r13

You can look up detailed info for your arrival date/time:
Stations: start "Terminal 1", end "I.P. Pavlova"

Check numerous tips in Prague Travel guides page for more info on transportation and activities.

Re: im a first time traveller to prague

by Dabs

This is what I wrote up from last summer, it's always good to double check and make sure nothing has changed:

"Getting from the airport using public transportation is very easy. Look for the kiosk selling tickets, if you just want to go from the airport you get a 75 minute ticket for 26kc and that is good for both the bus and the metro. The signs all say you also need a ticket for your luggage for 13kc unless you get a 24 hour or 72 hour pass, one piece of luggage is included with the passes.

Take bus 119 to the last stop, Dejvicka, where you can catch the A line (green) metro or a tram to where you are going. You can also take the 100 bus to Zlican and take the B (orange) line but that looked like a much longer metro journey for us. The bus took 20 minutes and the metro around 10 minutes, the whole journey less than 45 minutes with waiting time.

Make sure you validate your ticket when you get on the bus in one of the yellow machines

You can also use Cedaz, an airport shuttle, that drops you at the Namesti Republicky metro station but I can't see why with the public transport being so easy."

You might also find this useful:

For the rest of your question, why not have a look at some of the pages on this website on Prague?

Re: im a first time traveller to prague

by johngayton

It looks as if your hotel is quite close to the I.P. Pavlova Metro station and so your easiest (and cheapest) route would be to get the 119 bus from outside arrivals at the airport until you get to the first metro station at Dejvicka. This is pretty obvious and you'll find that most people get off there. Take the metro into the city (it only goes that way from here) until the Muzeum stop. Change here for the line C (red) and head south (direction Haje) and your stop is the 1st one after muzeum.

The single fare, valid for your whole journey, is 26 CZK and you can get a ticket at the booth in the arrivals hall.

the prague transport site is

Have a good trip!

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Re: im a first time traveller to prague

by peterocnnor

i ve been to prague once & didn't find taxi's to or from the airport dear actually when i arrived there was like a tourist kiosk that gave you info on hotels & the city in general & the taxi guys stand beside that and ask if you want a taxi & were your looking to go to in the city its self they tell you the price before you step out of the airport nevermind into the car so i dont think you should have a problem . but anyway there for def a shuttle bus to and from the airport but dont know its timetable . .. best wishes peter .

Re: im a first time traveller to prague

by packtarl Click the Prague link and this gives detailed info about all aspects of Prague including transport.

Travel Tips for Prague

Don't act like the rich western tourist

by Carino

Prague is still a low-income country compared with western europe. So please don't show them how "rich" we are. And you don't need to tip like crazy. They don't expect it, so don't do it.

Just enjoy the cheap prices and the town in general.

Medieval treasures!

by Deus_ultima

If your into anything medieval, Prague is filled with nice stuff!
Personally, I like swords, knifes, etc and even thought the prices weren't the best (they were quite comparable with home) the variety is nice.

$S4Getting married

by bugalugs

I dont know whether this is a local custom or not, but when we were visiting the castle a black car with ribbons and balloons pulled up and out got the bridge and groom and their guests to walk up to the guard on duty to have their photos taken. It was freezing cold and their was the bride in her long white dress with a little cape around her shoulders.

Zizkov TV Tower

by sue_stone

The 216 metre tall Television Tower is the tallest structure in Prague...and some say the ugliest!

It is located a little out of the centre of the city, but only a short metro ride away, and in my opinion, worth the trip.

A crazy silver metallic tower, it has large 'babies with barcodes for faces' crawling on the outside of it! You can catch a lift up to the viewing platform which is 100 metres up for views across Prague and the surrounding area.

There is a restaurant and cafe up there as well. We went to the cafe for a coffee and I would say it was one of the WORST coffees I have ever had. Undrinkable...and terrible service. But hey, we weren't there for the coffee, but for the view, which was fabulous.

Nearest metro: Jiriho z Podebrad

Tower Praha, a.s., Mahlerovy sady 1, Prague 3

The revolution walk

by ettenaj

Czechoslovakia was established in1918. Just 21 years later the dream ended as the Nazi ocupation began. In 1948 there was a communist coup and the whole country began to stagnate. In 1968 Communist tanks invaded Prague. The Velvet Revolution brought new hope, but there are now those who believe that is was a little too " Velvety "
Key Points.. World war 1 and the fall of the Austrian empire. The establishment of Csechoslovakia in1918. Betrayal, the Munich agreement 1938 and the Nazi protectorate The assasination of Heydrich and the Nazi revenge. the Prague Uprising. Communisn. Vaclav Havel and the reality of democracy.


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