Arrival – Korunní

Address and General Information

  • Korunní 729/11, 120 00 Praha 2, Czech Republic
  • Closest metro station, bus and tram stop: Namesti Miru

Do not take a taxi in Prague.
The bigger share of taxi drivers in Prague are EVIL. Read here about taxis in Prague. (Uber and other apps are fine).

Use the currency converter before you go to the exchange.
It will be floating +-5% around this but not more. Ask how much you get before handing over any money. Do not exchange to Ukrainian currency on the street :/


Public Transport: Arriving from the Central Transport Hubs

Public Transport: from the Main Train Station (Hlavni Nadrazi)

Time: 20 min.
Price: 24 CZK
Map with directions

  1. Take the metro from Hlavni Nadrazi to I.P. Pavlova
  2. Walk for 10 minutes to the apartment
Public Transport: From the Central Bus Station (Florenc)

Time: 20 min.
Price: 24 CZK
Map with directions

  1. Board the bus No. 135 (Note: there are several bus stops with the same name in that area, see the map linked above for more details).
  2. Get off on Namesti Miru and walk to the apartment

Arriving from the Airport

Public Transport from the Airport

Time: 45 min.
Price: 32 CZK
Map with directions

  1. Take the bus No. 119 from Terminal 1 to Nadrazi Veleslavin (the last stop)
  2. Take the metro from Nadrazi Veleslavin to Namesti Miru
  3. Have a 5-minute walk to the apartment
Taxi from the Airport

Time: 35 min.
Distance: 18 km
Price: 450 – 600 CZK

ticktack.cz – approx. 550 CZK – the nicest taxis – the company’s success recipe is “no fraud” and very nice cars. Order them from home before you fly to Prague, specify your flight number and they will wait for you in the arrivals hall with a name sign, no extra charge for flight delays, you can pay by card in the taxi and the driver speaks English. I’ll happily book this for you

Liftago app – this is the most common local app for regular taxi’s. I recommend that one above Uber. Has the same features, drivers apply to your journey and you can pick as by car and rating. Links: App Store|Google Play

Uber app – Gets you to the apartment for about 350-650 CZK depending on surcharge. It works but takes a little longer than ticktack.cz and cars vary if yo


Arrival by Car and Parking

Read this article for more details about driving in Prague

Buy a motorway vignette (only possible to buy online)

Never Park in Blue Zones
Blue parking zones are exclusive for local residents and companies. Parking there for more than 15 minutes will get you a fine

Never Stop in Disabled Parking Zones

  • Area around the apartment is mostly blue zones
  • A small part of the street is marked white
  • White zone: 35 CZK/hour|100 CZK/night|Free on holidays and weekends
  • Mr. Parkit – one of the most convenient options, operated 24/7, flexible rates (100 – 600 CZK/day)
  • Vltavska Parking – the cheapest option 3 km. away from the city centre. Easily reachable by tram, 600 CZK/week, paid in advance in cash
  • Palladium Parking Garage – expensive, but close to the centre and secure. 750 CZK/day
  • Hilton Parking in the Old Town – expensive and close to the centre. Covered and secure. 750 CZK/day

Click on a map marker (P) to see the prices

  • City initiative to lighten the traffic in the city centre
  • Available on most non-central metro stations
  • Affordable
  • See more info on this link

Where not to Park

  • Blue zones: your car has a high chance of getting towed for parking in any blue zone. They are reserved for companies with offices in the area and people leaving in the nearby buildings.
  • Places not marked for parking: parking in any area that has no parking labeling will get you a wheel clamp. You will find a receipt on your windshield with a phone number written on it; call the officer on the number provided and he will remove the clamp. There is no fixed price for removing a clamp, only minimal and maximal amount. Police officers often don’t speak English.

Security Advice

  • Car break-ins take the biggest share of property-related crimes in Prague
  • Don’t leave your bag in the car
  • Make it obvious that there is nothing to steal from the car:
    • Put non-valuable items visibly behind the windshield
    • Open all compartments, glove boxes, etc.

Car Theft: High Risk

  • German made cars priced at 30.000+ EUR and new Skoda models have the highest risk of being stolen
  • Cars owned by locals (in contrast to tourist cars) always have a third-party alarm system in addition to the pre-installed one. Thieves prefer tourist cars for obvious reasons.
  • If your car falls into the high-risk category, only use protected parking. Better safe than sorry.