Please, note that the Apartments and the Hotel have a different address! If you are looking for directions to the Hotel, refer to this link.
Tram Stop: Kamenická
Tram Numbers: day – 1,2,11,12,25,26; night – 91.
Tram Stop: Štrossmayerovo náměstí
Tram Numbers: day – 5,6,17; night – 93.
Closest Metro Stations: Vltavská (RED Line).
Take the Metro to Vltavská station (Check the direction! Platforms have separate entries). From Vltavská take any of the following trams: 1, 2, 12, 25, 26 (routes may unexpectedly change) to Kamenická stop.
From the Airport take the bus Nr. 119 to Nádraží Veleslavín (GREEN line), from there take a tram Nr. 26 to Kamenická (direction is Nádraží Hostivař).
Feel free to use google or map directions to Milady Horákové 684/16 on foot from there 3-5 minutes.
Our address is: Milady Horákové 684/16, Prague 7. Parking is available either in the streets (subject to capacity issues) or a secure option for a fee of 150 CZK per day.
The GPS coordinates are as follows:
GPS: 50.0993822N, 14.4309572E
Public transport in Prague is very precise and the quality of service is high, you can get everywhere fast and with as much comfort as public transport can afford.
We recommend to download this app or for iOS here for Public Transport because routes may change unexpectedly.
You should also buy a ticket for the whole stay to have zero worries about your commutes.
To Buy a ticket you can use your Mobile Phone
(the ticket is valid from the moment it arrives by SMS).
Use this ticket for all public transport within Prague, it is enough to get almost anywhere within the city.
Ticket checks are regular and spontaneous, do not risk paying a high fine.
Send ‘DPT24’ for a 30 min ticket to number 902 06 – the cost is 24 CZK,
DPT32 – 90 min ticket to number 902 06 – the cost is 32 CZK,
DPT110 – 24h ticket to number 902 06 – the cost is 110 CZK ,
DPT310 – 72h ticket to number 902 06 – the cost is 310 CZK.
The ticket SMS should be in your phone before you take the tram/bus or enter paid metro premises that start beyond the yellow stamping machines.
Paper tickets can be bought at the yellow self-service ticket vending machines, some new ones accept card payments, however, to be sure, have coins (1,2,5,10,50 are accepted). The machines are available at every metro station and some of the central tram stations.
Take care to stamp the paper ticket at the moment you enter your first means of transport. The timestamp is important for validity checks.
Ticket validity and prices are equivalent to mobile tickets.
You can buy tickets inside buses (bus drivers sell tickets at a higher price).
Another option is buying tickets at the Newspaper shops (Trafika, usually found near tram stations) or services ticket sales at the metro stations (for example Green Line Můstek, Red Line I.P. Pavlova)