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You need a valid passport to enter the Czech Republic, even if you are a EU citizen. Citizens of all EU countries, U.S.A., Israel, Japan, and some other countries do not need visas for short-term visits. Since regulations can change, we suggest checking the website of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs


or with the Czech Embassy or Consulate in your country about regulations for your nationality. Some changes made in visa policy recently are that citizens of some countries (e.g. Canada, Australia) need a visa now.



Transport Information

  - From the Airport Praha Ruzyne

Microbus CEDAZ: A minibus service for 1-4 persons provides door- to-door transport from the airport to the city centre or locations in Prague 6 for a fixed price of 360 CZK. The CEDAZ stand is located in front of the Airport arrival exit (outside) to the right of the taxi stand.

By public transport: Take bus No. 119, and get off at its last stop (undergroung station Dejvicka). The Faculty of Electrical Engineering is about 10 minutes slow walk far away from the last stop of the bus.

By taxi: Taxi rank is located in front of the airport terminal. The taxi cars are marked "AIRPORT CARS" on their roofs. Taxi from the airport to the underground station Dejvicka costs about 500 CZK. Regular price in Prague is CZK 25 per kilometre plus CZK 25 starting rate (excluding hotel taxis).

  - From the Railway Station Praha-Hlavni nadrazi

The transfer from the railway station Praha-Hlavni-nadrazi is provided by public transport. You will take underground (Metro) line C to the station Muzeum, at Muzeum you will change to the underground line A. You will get off at the underground station Dejvicka. The underground operates between 5:00 - 24:00 every day. Before using underground transport, you have to buy a 12-crown transfer ticket, available from vending machines or newsagents. The university campus (Faculty of Electrical Engineering) is within 10-minute walk from Dejvicka station.


Public Transport in Prague

Prague has a developed public transport system with an underground (subway), trams (streetcars) and buses. The underground consists of three different coloured lines: Line A - Green (Dejvicka - Skalka), Line B - Yellow (Cerny most - Zlicin), Line C - Red (Nadrazi Holesovice - Haje) with the possibility to change at the stations Muzeum (A-C), Florenc (C-B) and Mustek (A-B). The underground operates daily between 5:00 and 24:00. Trams operate from 4:30 to 24:00. There are also night lines with a central stop - Lazarska. Day and night operation of buses is the same as with trams.  A ticket for 12 CZK (valid for 1 hour for multiple transfers) is available at yellow vending machines in underground stations or newsagents. A one day unlimited use card can be purchased for 70 CZK and a one-week unlimited use card for 250 CZK. 1 EUR is approximately 32 CZK.

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Prague is the capital city of the Czech Republic which lies in the heart of Europe, neighbouring with Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland. In 1992 the historical centre of Prague was listed in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Register.

She is regarded as of one of the most beautiful cities in the world and during centuries she had been given various attributes: “Golden Prague, City of One Hundred Spires, Prague, Magic Prague”.  Its mixture of architectural styles fascinates one: the austere Romanesque, the mystic Gothic, the ornate Baroque and the decorative forms of Art Nouveau. Prague’ attractions are found along the "Royal Route" which runs from the Powder Tower up Celetna Street to the Old Town Square, then across Charles Bridge, through the Lesser Town and up to the Hradcany Castle. One should also not miss the Jewish Town, and the National Gallery with its fine collection of Czech Gothic, old European and beautiful French art.


Prague Photogallery


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