LATA 2016

Arriving by plane

Prague airport has daily flights to most major cities in Europe. There are three terminals, Terminal 1 for non-Schengen flights and Terminal 2 for Schengen flights are connected whilst Terminal 3 for private jets is two stops away by bus. Next we give the links to:

A bus ticket is 32 CZK (1 EUR = 27 CZK) and 40 CZK when purchased from the driver. It is a transferable ticket allowing you to travel for a 90-minute period.

Arriving by train

LATA 2016

Arriving by car

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For the conference venue we have booked one presentation room in Masaryk’s dormitory (or Masarykova dormitory; in Czech it is called Masarykova kolej), which is a large building in our campus.

The area of the campus of the Czech Technical University (CTU) in the Dejvice quarter (Prague 6) is just next to Underground (metro, tube) station “Dejvická”, line A (green). The area is about 7 km from the center of Prague (Venceslav Square), and is quite near Prague’s Castle. It is 4 stations by underground to the center of Prague, the underground train goes about 5 minutes till there. The area is also very easy to reach from the Prague’s Airport. Click here to see a public transport map (pdf).

Alternatively, we can reach the place by tram number 5 or 26 to station Thákurova.

The following interactive map shows the way from Dejvická metro station to LATA 2016 (route A-B), and from tram station Thákurova to LATA 2016 (route C-B).