Travel Information


Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague
Karlín Campus, Sokolovská 49/83, Prague 8, Czech Republic

Accessed by public transport:
- metro line B  "Křižíkova" stop
- tram number 3, 8, 23 and 24  "Kžíkova" stop

To get there from the Prague airport

Thanks to its location in the heart of Europe, Prague is easily accessible from all the major European airports. The Vaclav Havel Airport Prague is one of the busiest in Central Europe. It offers visitors of Prague a direct connection to around 130 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.
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By public transport

Take bus number 119 from the airport to its final stop "Nádraží Veleslavín", then take metro line A to "Můstek" station (six stops), where change to line B to "Křižíkova" station (3 stops). The meeting venue is situated 100m from the metro exit – see the map.
The journey takes about 50 minutes and you have to use a 32 CZK ticket.

You can find information or buy tickets at public transport info centers at the airport:
Public transport info centers at Prague Airport

The info centers are located in the arrival halls of both terminals and are open daily from 7:00 to 21:00. They offer, free of charge, all the relevant information on the operation of public transport in Prague, its routes, timetables and fares. In addition to information, they offer in particular tickets, timetables for trams and buses (from any stop) and maps of Prague with its public transport network.

By taxi
Official taxi transport from Prague Airport: FIX Taxi and Taxi Praha
Both companies provide online reservation and payment terminals in vehicles. 


To get from the main railway station

In this case, we recommend using public transportation instead of taxis: it is much cheaper and usually faster due to heavy traffic. 
From the railway station "Hlavní Nádraží" take metro line C (red line) to "Florenc" station. There change to metro line B (yellow line) or to tram No. 3, 8 or 24 to "Křižíkova" stop. The meeting venue is situated in front of the tram stop.
The journey takes about ten minutes and you can use a 24 CZK ticket (this ticket is valid for thirty minutes after validating it on the entry to metro station, the tram or bus) or a 32 CZK ticket (valid for ninety minutes).
You can find information or buy tickets at public transport info centre at the main railway station.

There are two types of single-trip tickets: 
- 32 CZK ticket valid for ninety minutes from its validation upon entering the metro station, tram or bus
- 24 CZK ticket valid for thirty minutes from its validation upon entering metro station, tram or bus
In addition, there are short-term tickets valid for twenty-four hours or for one day (a ticket costs 110 CZK/approximately 4 EUR) or three days (a ticket costs 310 CZK/approximately 11 EUR).
The Prague public transport mobile app can be downloaded from
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The local currency is the Czech crown (CZK). The exchange rate is around 26 CZK for 1 EUR.