transfer between terminals at Prague airport
Replies: 10 - Last Post: Oct 22, 2012 3:05 AM Last Post By: craigmiller
Oct 10, 2012 8:50 AM
transfer between terminals at Prague airportHi,
Quick question. A friend is flying into Terminal 2. I'm arriving at Terminal 1. Will he be able to easily get from Terminal 2 to Terminal 1 so we can meet at the 119 bus? Website says taxi or shuttle bus. Usually you can walk or there's a free transfer link somehow.
Any help is appreciated...
Oct 10, 2012 2:03 PM
1dead easy , it is about 200 yards and you don;t eevn have to go outside,There is a McDonalds resturant at the end of T1 before the wide walkway to T2 ,you could meet there, or arrange to meet at the Transport Kiosk in T2 , you can;t miss that.You will need to buy tickets before you get on the bus.
I am in Prague several times a year (back there next week) so know the score quite well. Where are you heading to after you get off the 119 bus i can try an advise on transport I am pretty used to it.
Oct 10, 2012 2:04 PM
Oct 10, 2012 4:53 PM
Thanks for that. It was hard to figure out on the airport website. So we're planning to meet around where the 119 leaves from or where you get tickets. That should be pretty foolproof, right?
Heading to Charles Bridge, so that should be easy.
Oct 10, 2012 11:46 PM
4dead easy. Once of the 119 bus just walk into the Metro,you can't miss it, and take the metro 2 stops to Malostranska and you are just a short walk from then bridge , you should be able to see it when you come out the metro.
I think you can also take the 20 tram that takes you closer to the bridge, but you would have to walk round the corner from where the 119 drops you off to get that and it takes a bit longer but not much.
Oct 11, 2012 2:53 AM
Oct 11, 2012 2:59 AM
6West side. But that's the easy part. Any good czech-food eating suggestions? Or decent places for good czech beers in that central area? (vague, I know, but sometimes people have good recommends).
I was there almost 10 years ago and recall there being a lot of frat-boy type places but also a lot of quieter, classy (but not pretentious or expensive) bars for a drink that barred stag nights. Although friends have told me it's change quite a bit.
Oct 11, 2012 3:34 AM
7loads , if you look through som of my previous posts there are some good suggestions.
For beer try the Prgaue Beer Museum Pub (its a pub not a museum) on the other side of the river near Old Town square, over 30 beers to try and you can get taster glasses.
this link will list pubs by area or the ber they sell, it is a good tool but not comprhensive,
another good link is this one.
most of these places do very good food to.
The Stag Party groups have all but disapperared from Prague and are really confined to
the British and Irish bars and of course the strip/lapdancing place.
Oct 11, 2012 5:35 AM
Oct 11, 2012 7:24 AM
9Never been to Bratislava, but Brno is a lovely little city,has a huge student population.Hotels are pretty good and there are some fairly cheap hostels,Some nice stuff to see in the city and the countryside nearby is very nice.The Dam area about a 30minute tram ride from the city center is great and a lovely place to spend a bit of time, might be a bit cold in the wintertime though.Some great pubs and resturants,don't know about night clubs etc,I am getting a bit old for them.
Oct 22, 2012 3:05 AM
this is another place you may be interested in.I visited it twice last week, the food is very good and the beer fantastic,lots of different ones to try , service is also excellent.
It is not the cheapest place around but prices are very good for the area.
(5 star Hotel)
From US$261.19 per night
(5 star Hotel)
From US$190.19 per night
(0 star Hotel)
From US$15.36 per night