Arrival Info

Airport Ruzyne:

There are some comfy and not very difficult ways to get down town.

Public transport

Bus No 119 is most commonly used to get to the centre, as it goes to the metro station Nadrazi Veleslavin (green line A), from where you can get to any place from the historical centre in just a few minutes. For further info about tickets and timetables see section Public Transport


The most comfortable, yet expensive way to get wherever you need. The approximate cost of a ride to the centre should not cost more than 800 CZK (that is about 28 EUR). In order to avoid any unpleasant situation that might occur, we recommend using some registered reliable taxi service companies.


Cheaper then taxi, same or higher comfort. You need an app to order it.

There are also other similar APP based taxi services working in Prague. The cheapest of them is Bolt, another good alternative is Liftago. Try them out.


Railway Station

the Main Railway Station (Hlavni Nadrazi), an international rail road hub, where you will find a 24-hour left-luggage service, information desks, exchange offices, food stalls and booking offices. The Main station is situated basically in the centre of Prague, just 5 minutes away from Wenceslas Square and other places of interest. It is also well connected to the rest of the city by public transport, that is by underground (red line C) and trams.


By Car

the highway connection from Prague to the border of the Czech Republic is available only in two directions - southeast and southwest. The south-western highway (D5; international E50) leads through Pilsen (Plzeň) to Germany. The D5 highway continues in Germany as A6. Riding from the state border to Prague takes about an hour and a half (160 km). To the northwest you can take highway D8 (E55), but it is not complete to the German border. It ends now at Lovosice (about 60 km from Prague and starts again in Usti nad Labem and continues to the northern Germany via A17 (Dresden, Berlin, Leipzig)


How to get ... the Pension 15:

From the airport: Take bus n. 119, transfer to metro (Nadrazi Veleslavin, green line A) and go to station Mustek (no transfers). Then take the tram n. 9 and get off at Husinecká tram stop. Walk the rest of the way - follow the map below.    / 55 minutes

From the main railway station (Hlavni Nadrazi): Walk out of the park (on the right side) and take tram n. 5, 9 or 26. Get off at tram stop Husinecká (next stop).     / 10 minutes

From the bus station (Florenc): Take the metro (yellow line - B) and go to Namesti republiky station (1 stop). Exit the metro towards Masarykovo nadrazi (follow the signs) and take tram 5 or 26. Get off at tram stop Husinecká. Walk the rest.     / 20 minutes

By car or taxi: The address is Vlkova 15, Praha 3, 130 00 (See in Google Maps) the GYM:

The address of the GYM is:

Polská 2400/1

120 00 Praha 2

(See it in Google maps)

The closest public transport station is a tram stop "Vinohradská tržnice" - trams n. 1, 11, 13, 15, 17 or night tram 98

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