Travelling across Europe and the Czech Republic
Thanks to its convenient location in the heart of Europe, Prague is the ideal home base for trips to explore the surrounding regions and countries and, in a more general sense, the ideal starting point for your career.
International Václav Havel Airport Prague is easy to reach from the city center of Prague and offers a cheap and fast connection to most metropolitan areas within Europe, thanks to the presence of a number of low-cost carriers at this airport.
Direct train connections from Prague are our recommended alternative for trips to other major cities within the Central European region. Among the most popular destinations are Vienna, Berlin, Nuremberg, Warsaw, and Budapest.
Direct bus lines from Prague regularly serve dozens of destinations across Europe. They represent the cheapest way of reaching other European cities from Prague. Buses on international routes are modern, air-conditioned coaches that leave and arrive on time. However, if you opt for this mode of travel, prepare to spend substantial amounts of time on the bus, compared to the swifter wings of air travel.
A number of passenger transport providers in the Czech Republic offer premium services to the discerning traveler. If you consult your travel plans with us, we will gladly advise you and recommend a suitable carrier.
Travelling across the Czech Republic
Travelling in the Czech Republic is convenient, safe, and cheap! Scheduled connections leave Prague several times a day to take you to all corners of the Czech Republic. All lines have timetables – and adhere to them on the dot. Tickets can be pre-ordered over the internet.
You will come to love the train and bus network in the course of your excursions to the country's scenic destinations!
Prague is the optimal point of departure for exploring the Czech Republic
Given its central location within the country, Prague is the optimal point of departure for day trips to explore this country full of historical towns, architectural and cultural monuments, and beautiful natural landmarks.
The distance to the most beautiful spots of this country is usually no more than 2 – 3 hours by car, bus, or train.
Czech Republic - discover this Central European country full of history and nature.
Venturing a bit further out, the Czech high-mountain range in the north: Krkonoše (or "Giant Mountains"), or, in the opposite direction, the quaint and pleasant uplands of the Bohemian Forest (Šumava) with its countless natural ponds and deep forests are both worth a visit.
From among the towns that you should certainly visit, we'd like to mention Český Krumlov and Kutná Hora: both are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and are suffused with a matchless medieval spirit.
We'll assist you at any time
Don't hesitate to ask us for help with your trips to the countryside. If you so wish, we can figure out transportation for you, or arrange for out-of-town accommodation.
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