Information on Airports in the Czech Republic
Prague Ruzyne Airport is the Czech Republic’s main international airport. It’s reached from central Prague via the R7 route, where it’s clearly signposted. It’s also served by busses, including the 100 bus from the airport to Zlicin metro station, a 15 minute journey. Ruzyne is a two terminal airport and transit between the terminals is provided by car, bus or taxi. The 119 and 254 busses run from the airport to Dejvicka metro station, a 20 minute journey from the airport. Registered taxis, operated by FIX, are available in front of the Arrivals hall. The airport is also served by minibuses operated by CEDAZ; minibus stands are located in front of the Arrivals hall. Several major car rental firms, including Avis, Budget and Hertz, operate counters on the ground floor of car park C.
There is a bank at the airport, as well as several ATMs and Bureaux de Change. A post office is located in the corridor which connects Terminals 1 and 2. There is a wide selection of bars, cafes and restaurants available at the airport. There are also more than 70 shops, including gift shops and duty free; a pharmacy is also available. A 24-hour health centre, which also provides first aid, is provided. The airport is accessible to disabled passengers. Parking is free for disabled passengers on presentation of a valid disabled badge.
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