Václav Havel Airport Prague Buses to metro stops Nádraží Veleslavín (service No 119) and Zličín (No 100) metro stations depart every 10 minutes from 4am to midnight, from stops outside the arrivals terminals (32Kč). A taxi to the city centre costs 500Kč.
Praha hlavní nádraží Prague's main train station is in the centre, a short walk from Wenceslas Square, and accessible by metro line C (red); all international rail connections arrive here.
Florenc bus station International buses arrive here, just east of Prague centre, with metro and tram links to the rest of the city.
Car The Czech Republic is surrounded by EU Schengen countries; there are no passport checks on the border. Prague lies at the nexus of several European highways and an easy drive from many major cities.