Traveling to Prague? Václav Havel Airport Prague, formerly Prague Ruzyně International Airport, is approximately 12 miles (20 km) from Prague Old Town. That's an hour away by public transport, but you can halve that time by taking a car. If you're tempted by a taxi, bear in mind that Prague drivers are largely unregulated and have a reputation for charging more than they should. With a prebooked transfer, you skip the worry of drawn-out journeys and fares that eat into your Prague beer funds. Even better? All Prague transfers are confirmed straight away.
All arrival, departure and round-trip transfers go to and from Václav Havel Airport Prague, which is just north of the city. Typical neighborhoods served include the main tourist district of Prague 1 (aka Prague Old Town or Staré Město) and other central districts such as Vinohrady and Žižkov. If you plan to venture further afield, browse city-to-city transfers to/from Cesky Krumlov in the southern end of the Czech Republic, Salzburg and Vienna in Austria and Budapest in Hungary, among other nearby destinations.
How it Works
Most Prague transfer services can be booked online within 24 hours of travel and are confirmed instantly. All you need to do is show your voucher to the driver and relax with your travel plans arranged and paid for up-front.
Save or Splurge
Save your euros for exploring Prague by booking a shared transfer or shuttle service, and ride with an extended group of travelers. If you want to reach your destination quickly, in a vehicle for just you and your party, opt for a private transfer. No matter what your budget, there are options for all.
Add Sightseeing to Your Ride
Prague is steeped in history stretching through eras of empires, independence, world wars, communism and revolution. If you want to learn about the city's past while you're there, opt for a transfer that includes a sightseeing tour. With a local guide, you'll explore the city and discover the history behind Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and more.