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Travel to Prague
You can reach the Czech Republic by all means of transport: international buses and convenient trains provide regular connections to many European routes. The airport is ready to handle more than 15 million passengers a year.

The international Václav Havel Prague Airport is located on the north-western outskirts of Prague in the Ruzyne district. Please use this LINK to get all information about transport to/from Prague International Airport. If you would like to take a taxi, you are advised to use an official taxi company and check the rate before the trip.
Alternatively, do not hesitate to use Uber, Liftago or Bolt, which are reliable, convenient and affordable means of transportation in Prague.

Three European railway corridors intersect in Prague, connecting the metropolis with the whole of Europe. The city’s primary train station is the Prague Main Railway Station (Praha hl.n.), the second international train station is Prague Holešovice.
For transport options from/to Main Train Station please click HERE.
Please note that the Main Train Station is closer to the conference venue and the station Prague Holešovice is not completely barrier-free.

The central bus station in Prague is Prague Florenc Bus Station (Autobusové nádraží Praha-Florenc), a full-service station in the city centre at the Florenc metro station (lines B and C). More than 100 transport companies service the station, including international carriers.

A dense network of roads leads to Prague, which are linked together by the Prague ring road (D0) in Prague. The ring road also handles transit traffic from the D1, D4, D5, D6, D7, D8, D10 and D11 motorways. Motorway tolls are collected in the form of a motorway vignette (dálnicní známka in Czech) which can be purchased in an e-shop, at sales points, or at self-service kiosks. You can find a map of toll sections and other information about the motorway network in the Czech Republic HERE.
There is a system of electronic information boards on all access routes to Prague, which guide drivers to P+R (park and ride) parking lots and provide information regarding the current state of parking spaces.