By air

Main international airports in the Czech Republic are: Brno International Airport (BRQ) and Prague Airport (PRG). The national carrier Czech Airlines (CSA) offers flights from many European countries to the Czech Republic. CSA destinations include:
Belarus (Minsk),
Belgium (Belarus),
Bulgaria (Sofia),
Croatia (Zagreb),
Cyprus (Larnaca),
Denmark (Copenhagen),
Finland (Helsinki),
France (Paris, Marseille),
Germany (Berlin, Hamburg, Hanover, Dusseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich),
Greece (Thessaloniki, Athens, Heraklion),
Hungary (Budapest),
Ireland (Dublin),
Italy (Milan, Venice, Bologna, Rome),
Latvia (Riga),
Lithuania (Vilnius),
Macedonia (Skopje),
Norway (Oslo),
Netherlands (Amsterdam),
Poland (Warsaw, Krakow),
Russia (Moscow, St Petersburg),
Serbia (Belgrade),
Slovakia (Bratislava, Kosice, Poprad),
Slovenia (Ljubljana),
Spain (Madrid, Barcelona),
Sweden (Stockholm),
Switzerland (Zurich),
Turkey (Istanbul),
Ukraine (Kiev, Odessa),
United Kingdom (Manchester, London)

Other airlines that offer flights to the Czech Republic include: Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, Aerosvit, Air Europa, Air France, Air Malta, Air Moldova, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, Belavia, bmi baby, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, City Airlines, Clickair, Lufthansa, Easy Jet, Finnair, Germanwings, Iberia, KLM, LOT, Luxair, Malev, Meridiana, Norwegian Air, Ryanair, SAS, Sky Europe, Swiss Air, TAP, Smart Wings, Turkish Airlines and Wizz Air.

Brno International Airport: www.airport-brno.cz
Prague Airport: www.csl.cz
Czech Airlines schedules: www.csa.cz

By bus

Due to its location in Central Europe, the Czech Republic is well connected with other European countries. Companies such as Eurolines offer direct routes to Poland, Slovakia, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, France the United Kingdom and other countries.

Eurolines schedules: www.bei.cz

By train

The Czech Republic has direct rail connections with many European countries, including Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

By car

Numerous international motorways link the Czech Republic with the neighbouring countries. The main border crossings are: Cinovec, Pomezi n., Rozvadow and Zelezna Ruda (German border), Ceske Budejovice, Hate and Mikulov (Austrian border), Lanzhot and Horni Becva (Slovakian border), Cesky Tesin and Nachod (Polish border).


By bus/tram

In most major cities one can travel by trams, trolleys and buses. In Prague there is also an underground network. Tickets can be bought from transport information centres, newsstands or ticket machines, as well as on board.

By taxi

Taxis can be found at taxi stands, hailed in the street or ordered by phone. All vehicles have a ‘taxi’ sign on the roof and are equipped with taximeters.

By car

Driving is on the right side of the road. International and foreign driving licenses are accepted. Driver must also have insurance documents and car registration documents. There is a zero blood-alcohol limit for drivers. Driver and passengers must wear seat belts. Child restraint devices are mandatory for children up to 150 cm. use of headlights is obligatory all year round. Speed limits: built-up areas – 50 km/h, motorways – 130 km/h, other roads – 90 km/h. A mandatory equipment include: a warning triangle, a first-aid kit and a visibility vest.