When you Arrive

So you have finally made it to Prague. It is an exciting moment, but it can be stressful. Do you know what to do next? We have prepared a helpful guide to tell what to do and what not to miss after landing at Prague Ruzyne Airport, which has recently been renamed Prague Vaclav Havel Airport (More information at Prague Airport Official Website).

Careful, we are not in the Eurozone, and you cannot pay with USD. Moreover, it is not always possible to pay with a credit/debit card. Therefore we recommend you to have some Czech currency before you head off into the city. Conveniently, there are quite a few ATMs and exchange points inside the airport.

Once you have the Czech crowns, you may either set out for the dormitory or stop by a cafe or restaurant while in the airport. However, these are overpriced.

Whichever dormitory you have a reservation in, it is simple to arrive there from the airport. Several of the dorms can be reached within 35 minutes by cheap public transport. To do so, you should take bus No. 119, which stops right next to both of the airport terminals. It runs from 4.20 a.m to 11.40 p.m, at intervals of 5 to 20 minutes. Between 11.50 p.m and 4.00 a.m, you can take a night bus No. 510. Single tickets (you can change as many times as you want) can be obtained from a ticket machine (accepts coins only) at the bus station or at the public transport stand in the airport arrival hall.

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