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How to reach the venue

FROM VÁCLAV HAVEL AIRPORT PRAHA (PRG)
FROM THE MAIN RAILWAY STATION (HLAVNÍ NÁDRAŽÍ)
FROM HOLEŠOVICE RAILWAY STATION (NÁDRAŽÍ HOLEŠOVICE)

From Václav Havel Airport Praha (PRG)

By public transportwww.dpp.cz – The workshop venue is easily accessible from the airport by public transport (approx. 30 minutes / 11 km). Take bus No. 119 from the airport Terminal 1 (the bus stop is located in the middle of the car parking lot outside the arrival hall) or Terminal 2 (just walk straight out and look for the signs) to the final stop “Nádraží Veleslavín”; then use the underground (metro) to “Dejvická” station and walk to the faculty (less than 5 minutes).

Important! Before you get on the bus you have to buy a ticket – you can choose a ticket for 24 CZK (valid for 30 minutes), 32 CZK (90 minutes), 110 CZK (24 hours) or 310 CZK (72 hours).

Tickets should be validated (only once, to mark the beginning of their validity period) as soon as you board the bus (or before entering the metro area). You will see yellow stamping machines in all means of transport. The blank strip at the bottom of the ticket should be stamped.

Free transportation applies to luggage up to and including 25x45x70 cm – if any of the dimensions is larger, you will have to buy a ticket for 16 CZK.

Tickets can be bought in the Prague Public Transport (DPP) kiosks that are located in the arrival halls of both airport Terminals (cards are accepted there).

It is also possible to buy tickets in vending machines at bus stops or metro entrances; only coins are accepted by most of them, but at the airport they should accept cards as well.

By taxiwww.aaataxi.cz, www.111radiocab.cz – Recommended companies are AAA or RadioCAB (taxi services for guaranteed tariff prices per km).

The taxi cost from the airport to the venue should be around 400 CZK. The journey takes about 20 minutes. It is advisable to agree on the fare in advance. We recommend contacting the counters of taxi operators located in the arrival halls of Terminals 1 and 2. Departure points are situated in front of the arrival halls. Notify the driver in advance that you request a bill (printed from the taximeter, not handwritten).

Do not take a taxi if a driver contacts you in the arrival hall.

Note: There is no direct train or metro connection to/from the airport.

From the main railway station (HLAVNÍ NÁDRAŽÍ)

The venue is easily accessible from the main railway station by public transport (20 minutes).

Take metro line C to “Muzeum” station (1 stop), change to line A and go to “Dejvická” station (5 stops), which is less than 5 minutes walking from the venue (see the map). Before entering the metro area you have to buy your ticket and validate (stamp) it (only once, to mark the beginning of its validity period). You will see yellow stamping machines in all means of transport. The blank strip at the bottom of the ticket should be stamped.

Tickets are available for 24 CZK (valid for 30 minutes), 32 CZK (90 minutes), 110 CZK (24 hours) or 310 CZK (72 hours). They can be bought from the vending machines or at Prague Public Transport (DPP) counters or information offices at metro entrances (all types of tickets), newsagents, tobacconists, street kiosks, post offices and hotels (usually just single-ride tickets).

From Holešovice railway station (NÁDRAŽÍ HOLEŠOVICE)

The venue is easily accessible from Holešovice railway station by public transport (25 minutes).

Take metro line C to “Muzeum” station (4 stops), change to line A and go to the “Dejvická” station (5 stops), which is less than 5 minutes walking from the venue (see the map). Before you enter the metro you have to sign (stamp) your ticket. You will see yellow stamping machines in all modes of transport. The blank strip at the end of the ticket should be punched.

Tickets are available for 24 CZK (valid for 30 minutes), 32 CZK (90 minutes), 110 CZK (24 hours) or 310 CZK (72 hours). They can be bought from the vending machines or at Prague Public Transport (DPP) counters or information offices at metro entrances (all types of tickets), newsagents, tobacconists, street kiosks, post offices and hotels (usually just single-ride tickets).