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Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Intl. Airport

Transportation to Prague Airport from the City Center

If you want to get to Václav Havel Airport in Prague using public transportation, such as the metro, tram, or bus, you can get in close proximity to the airport and then take a bus or airport shuttle the rest of the way. There are a variety of options depending on your location or method of transportation.  

Václav Havel Airport is also accessible by personal car, taxi, or rental car.

Airport Shuttle Buses

If you are in an area close to the Hlavní Nádraží, Masarykovo Nádraží, or Náměstí Republiky stations then you can walk to transfer to another vehicle to get to the Airport Express Bus, which run through these stops and is operated by Czech Railways. We recommend purchasing your tickets beforehand because they are cheaper if you buy them online. You can also use the Minibus Cedaz, which is operated by AAA Taxi, to get to the airport. This service is more expensive. Minibus Cedaz runs between Náměstí Republiky and the airport every 30 minutes.

You can also take advantage of private transfer services or shuttles that provide door-to-door service. These door-to-door services are more luxurious than the other transportation alternatives. If you are planning on using a private transfer service you must make a reservation online.


There are a few bus lines that stop at some of the metro stations in the city and go directly to the airport. If you’re in the city center, these buses that go directly to the airport take about 45 minutes. Bus lines that go through the city include lines 100, 119, and 191. If you’re close to the city center, the most practical option is to take advantage of the metro station that bus 119 passes by. If you are traveling to the airport after midnight you have to use Night Bus 510. Bus line 100, which departs from Zličín on metro line B, gets to the airport in 18 minutes.  

Bus line 100 runs every 12-30 minutes. Bus line 119, which departs from Nádraží Veleslavín on metro line C, gets to the airport in 17 minutes. Bus line 119 runs every 5-20 minutes. The most preferred is bus line 191, which departs from Anděl on the B Line and takes about 48 minutes to get to the airport. This bus also passes by the A Line Station. Night Bus 510 gets from I. P. Pavlova to the airport in about 42 minutes. This bus also passes by Arbesovo náměstí.


Although the Prague metro network is quite advanced there is no direct access to the airport by metro.

However, you can take the metro to access the airport shuttle buses. You can access bus line 191, which goes directly to the airport, from the Petřiny Station.

The Prague metro is divided into three main lines, A, B, and C. The A Line, also known as the Green Line, operates between Prague Castle, Lesser Town, Old Town Square, Wensceslas Square in the New Town, and Depo Hostivař.

The B Line, also known as the Yellow Line, starts at Zličín Station south of Lesser Town and runs to Můstek Station, which intersects with the A Line. From there it continues to Černý Most Square, which is east of Old Town. The C Line, also known as the Red Line, departs from Letňany Station and intersects with the B Line at Florenc Station and intersects with the A Line at Muzeum Station. From there the C Line continues to the Háje Station.


Another way to transfer to the airport buses is by taking the tram to the transfer locations. You can take trams 1, 2, 7, 9, 10, 18, 20, 22, 25, or 36 to transfer to the airport buses, which are close by. Trams are another way to access locations that the metro doesn’t.

The trams depart from the metro stops and go to various locations in the city. The tram network is a system that relieves local transportation. Trams run every 4-10 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes after midnight.  


Trains aren’t used as much for urban transportation. They are used more as an alternative method of transportation to other cities or countries. The high-speed trains that are used to travel between cities are a very popular method of transportation. The Praha Hlavni Nadrazi Train Station is the main departure point for these trains. In addition, some trains depart from Nadrazi Holešovice Station. You can access this station using metro line C. You can also use the train to transfer to the airport buses.  


Taxis are an expensive method of transportation in Prague. If you want to ensure comfortable transportation, renting a car would be a more viable option. Nevertheless, taxis are easily accessible in all parts of the city.

Rental Car

Renting a car is another way to get to the airport from the city center. It is also a convenient option for getting around in the city while you’re there. You can rent a car from the various rental car companies located in the city center or you can book a vehicle online beforehand.

Airport Information

Spending time at Václav Havel Airport is quite pleasant. The airport features affordable restaurants and upscale restaurants to fit any budget. The restaurants are categorized by price using the dollar symbol ($). Restaurants with one dollar sign ($) are cheaper venues, restaurants marked with two dollar signs ($$) are reasonably priced, and restaurants with three dollar signs ($$$) are categorized as premium venues. There are many duty free stores in the airport where you can find affordable products like alcohol, chocolate, and perfume.

The airport also contains souvenir shops, bookstores, brand name stores like Burberry, Emperio Armani, Hugo Boss, Longchamp, Lacoste, and Victoria’s Secret, and luxurious VIP lounges. 

Last Updated: 10 Jun 2019

Transportation to Ahmedabad City Center from Airport

It is very easy to reach Ahmedabad city center from Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport by taxi or renting a car. There are 4 different bus routes carrying passengers to the city center. This transportation alternative is much more affordable and especially passengers with backpacks can benefit from this option.


There are taxi stands at the exit of the arrival area of the Terminal 1 building of the airport. Since self-employed taxi drivers generally don’t use taximeter, they can demand higher fares. You can ask for a reliable taxi contracted with the airport by visiting the prepaid taxi counter located in the Terminal 1. Travelling to the city center from the airport costs approximately 300 INR. If you will agree with a different driver, make sure to bargain before getting on the taxi.

Car Rental      

Car rental companies offer service in the arriving passenger area located in Terminal 1. Since there is heavy traffic in the city and drivers don’t generally obey the traffic rules, foreigners are advised to rent a car with a driver. However, if you decide to drive the car on your own, in order to reach the city center from the airport you should follow the Airport Road when you go out of the airport and go across one of the bridges on Sabarmati River. You can get to the city center in about twenty minutes by driving southward along the riverside.


Some bus routes operated by private companies and municipality depart from the airport and carry passengers to Ahmedabad city center. The travel lasts about 20 minutes. Bus routes 105 and 101 go to the Lal Darwaja Bus Station in the city center and bus routes 16 and 06 go to the main railway station in the city center. Passengers can transfer from these stations and reach other cities or rural regions of the city. Since the buses can be very crowded, passengers with heavy luggage aren’t advised to use the bus option.

Last Updated: 23 Oct 2016

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Which airports can I use for Prague-Ahmedabad flights?

For Prague-Ahmedabad flights, you can use Vaclav Havel Prague Airport, Praha hlavní nádraží Airport, Praha-Holešovice Airport, Vodochody Airport as departure airport, and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Intl. Airport for arrival.

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The flight distance between Prague-Ahmedabad is 5814 kilometers in total. The flight between the two cities takes 7 hour 10 minutes.

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When the average prices are examined, the most suitable day for Prague-Ahmedabad flights is Tuesday.

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