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Travel Guide: Czech Republic Getting Around

17th Aug 2015 12:00am | By Editor

An efficient train and bus network will help you on your way.

Getting There


The Czech Republic's main airport is in Prague, which is well served by international flights both from Eastern and Western Europe and Turkey.


You can also arrive in the Czech Republic by train — a relatively simple mode of transport as both Prague and Brno are on the main train lines from Berlin, Dresden, Bratislava, Budapest and Vienna.


Getting Around

Buses are often cheaper and faster for getting around the Czech Republic although train services are also efficient and relatively far-reaching.

Hiring a car is possible and foreign licences are valid for up to 90 days. An international drivers permit could make things easier, but aren't always necessary.