Prague Ruzyne International Airport (PRG) Guide
Directions & Transportation
- Registered taxis operated by FIX, who offer a fixed price system, are available in front of the Arrivals Hall. You can also take privatly owned taxis, but they tend to over charge passengers.
- Bus no.119 and bus no.254 run from the airport to Dejvicka, the nearest metro station. Two night bus services operate after hours. Services are operated by DP Praha, which has an information desk in the Arrivals hall and tickets are on sale there.
- There are many options available to travelers arriving and leaving the airport: car; bus; and taxi services.
- Airport Info:
- Information desks can be found at Arrivals and Departures in the North Terminal of the airport.
- Lost property offices are situated in the customs Arrival hall, and additional lost property and left-luggage offices are situated in the Arrivals area of the North Terminal. There is also an oversized baggage shipping service and a baggage wrapping service available at the airport.
- There are bureaux de change and ATMs located in the North Terminal, a 24 hour bureau de change facility is in the transit section, and a bank is located in the administration building opposite the Arrivals area.
- More Services:
- There is a post office in the administration building opposite the Arrivals area, and 24 hour health and sanitary services are provided by the airport.
- Eating & Drinking:
- Duty-free shopping is available in the transit area of the North Terminal and South Terminal 2, there are a range of shops, selling all kinds of local and international products, to choose from.
- There is a restaurant complex located on the first floor of the public concourse level in the north Terminal, as well as in the transit area in the South Terminal 2. The restaurant complex is divided into 4 units: Praha Restaurant in the transit departure area; the Club Bar in the transit departure area; a self-service cafeteria in the public arrivals area; and a self-service cafeteria in the transit departure lounge.
- Business Facilities:
- There is a conference room and a press room available at the VIP facilities in the North Terminal. A Representative Lounge is available, which is equipped with fax; photocopying; a data-projector; and free Internet. Fixed and mobile congress counters can be hired through the VIP Service. The Bohemia Lounge is situated on Pier B of the North Terminal, which has Internet; fax; and photocopying services. Lounges and two conference rooms are available for hire in the South Terminal.
- Disabled Facilities:
- The airport is accessible to disabled passengers and assistance can be requested in advance. Passengers should inform their airline of their requirements before traveling. Parking is free for disabled passengers upon presentation of a valid disabled badge and there are reserved spaces available in the multi-storey car park.
- Airlines Served:
- Aer Lingus, Aeroflot Russian Airlines, Aerosvit Airlines, Air Baltic, Air France, Air Malta, Air Ukraine, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, bmibaby, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Bulgaria Air, Croatia Airlines, Czech Airlines, easyJet, EI AI Israel Airlines, Finnair, Fischer Air, Flybe, germanwings, GlobeSpan, helvetic, JAT Yugoslav Airlines, Jet2.com, KLM Dutch Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, MALEV, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise, SAS, snowflake, Sterling, Swiss Air, TAP Air Portugal, Tunisair, Turkish Airlines, Ural Airlines, Volareweb.com
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- Activities near the Airport:
- Travelers delayed at the airport can take a taxi; or bus into Prague, once there any of the folllowing acttractions can easily be reached. National Museum - Vaclavske nam. 68 - This museum exhibits the ancient history of the Czech Republic through zoological and paleontological displays. In the prehistory exhibit there are cases of human bones, preserved in soil just as they were found. This is a great museum to visit before you head back to the airport. The Toy Museum - Jirska 4 - This is the world's second largest toy exposition, where you can find everything from toys dating back to ancient Greece up to a collection of the most popular toys of our time. This is a great place for the whole family to get lost in a wonderland of the past. W. A. Mozart Museum - Mozartova 169 - This villa, now a museum, was where Mozart stayed when he visitied Prague. The museum contains displays of his written work; his harpsichord; and a lock of Mozart's hair, encased in a cube of glass. This is a great place for Mozart fans to visit.