Location & Directions

Location And Directions


How Do I Get To Czech Inn From The Airport, Train Stations, Or Bus Stations?

For directions, please click here. Czech Inn also recommends an airport shuttle to and from the Prague airport which you can find out about here


How Does Prague’s Public Transportation Operate?

Metros run from 5am to midnight. Depending on the day and time, metros can be 3-9 minutes apart. Day trams also operate from 5am to midnight. From midnight to 5am, you can catch a night tram on most high-traffic tram routes. Night trams (and only night trams) are numbered in the 90’s (i.e., 91, 92, etc.). Tickets can be purchased in the metro station or from our reception:
• 24 CZK (30 minutes)
• 32 CZK (90 minutes)
• 110 CZK (24 hours)

What Do I Need To Know When Taking A Taxi In Prague?

When taking a cab in Prague, we strongly recommend phoning a reputable taxi company. If possible, avoid hailing a cab on the street. Before the journey, request a printed receipt and make sure the driver sets the meter to zero. And, of course, it’s always a good idea to carry small bills and be discrete with your belongings.

* Fare from the airport to Czech Inn is around 600-700 CZK (Or, see the Transport Service we recommend for 600 CZK.)
* Fare from main train station to Czech Inn is around 300 – 400 CZK. (Or, check out our Transport Service for 250 CZK.)

* In general, the starting rate should be 30-40 CZK, and then 28 CZK per kilometer.
* Avoid taxis that quote you higher prices than the rates stated above or that do not use a meter.
* We recommend Tick Tack Taxi, phone: +420 721 300 300.
* We also recommend AAA Radiotaxi, Phone: (+420) 222 333 222 or 14014.


How Close Is Czech Inn To Prague’s Main Attractions?

We are conveniently located only 15 minutes from Old Town Square by public transportation. Tram #22 takes you to Old Town, Mala Strana, and even directly to the Castle. Tram #4 takes you to shopping and more sights – Mozart’s house for example. The tram lines also connect with all three metro lines. Plus, two main night trams run to our tram stop as well. By foot, it takes approximately 25 minutes to get to the city center.


Where And How To Park Around Czech Inn?

Parking in our neighbourhood is mostly exclusive for residents. However, there is paid parking for a limited number of hours on the streets surrounding Czech Inn.

To avoid the hassle of being fined or having to move your vehicle, we recommend finding a garage or an alternative parking where to leave your car during your stay in Prague. You can, for instance, book ahead through Mr. Parkit .

On arrival, you can park in front of Czech Inn to drop off your things. Our colleagues at reception will be happy to help you with explaining the street parking or finding another suitable parking for you.