Transport

Are you arriving in Prague by bus, train or plane? Here are some tips for you!

 

Arriving by bus 

If you are coming to Prague by bus, you will probably arrive at the Florenc Bus Station or the Na Knížecí stop. From both stations, you can easily get to the Quadrennial.

If you are coming to Florenc, you can take the red metro line C to the Nádraží Holešovice stop and then walk to the Exhibition Grounds on foot or by tram. Alternatively, you can walk, across Hlávka’s bridge to Holešovice. The walk across the river is about 2km long and takes about 25 minutes.

From Na Knížecí stop you can reach Výstaviště by direct tram number 12, which will take you through Malá Strana and Letná to the PQ main quarter. The journey takes 35 minutes.

Arriving by train 

If you are arriving in Prague by train, we recommend getting off at the Main Station. From here you can get to Holešovice in a few minutes by the red metro line C. Alternatively, if it is on the train route, you can get off at the Nádraží Holešovice train stop. From here, you can walk to the Exhibition Grounds or take tram number 6, 12 and 17.

Arriving by plane 

From Václav Havel Airport you can order a car from XX or use public transport. From the airport, there is bus No. 119 which goes to Nádraží Veleslavín at regular intervals, where is a green metro line A stop. The metro will take you to the Hradčanská station, from where you can get to the Strossmayerovo náměstí stop by tram no 1, 25 and 26. From this point, it takes about 10 minutes to walk to the Exhibition Grounds.

Public transport tickets

The same ticket is valid for tram or metro. You can buy them in ticket machines at metro stations or on tram stops or in selected shops. It is also possible to buy an SMS ticket but it works only for Czech numbers in case you would buy a Czech SIM card for your stay in Prague. Newly you can buy tickets in all trams through the payment card machine. This machine is only in trams.
All information on prices and types of tickets can be found here.