Reaching Czech Republic by Air
Czech Republic houses four international airports, with the capital city Prague housing the largest one - namely Prague Airport which caters for a plethora of flights from almost all the major cities around the globe. Other airports can be found in Ostrava, Brno and Karlovy Vary. All the above airports connect the country to most other European capitals, along with some cities outside Europe too. Czech Airlines is the national carrier and operates to several European and other international destinations. Direct flights can be made from the UK, Middle East, Europe, Canada and other places.
Reaching Czech Republic by Bus
You can also reach the Czech Republic, from its neighbouring countries, via variety of bus services. Eurolines, RegioJet, LEO Express, Polski Bus, Flixbus, Lux Express, Ecolines, Hello and Orangeways are some of the major and best-known international bus companies offering a service to the Czech Republic.
Reaching Czech Republic by Rail
If you are planning a trip to the Czech Republic from any European country, it makes sense to travel by train. The journey is convenient and quite cheap. The country also forms part of the European InterCity network, which facilitates the ease of travelling by train. The trains cross the border at around 18 points. Most of the international trains disembark at Prague's main train station or at Hole_ovice and SmÍchov stations. The most expedient routes to the Czech Republic from the Western Europe are through Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Wôrzburg, Cologne, Nuremburg, Vienna or Zurich.
Reaching Czech Republic by Road
The Czech Republic has very active borders which are connected to several neighbouring countries by road. The country can be entered from Germany to the north and west, Poland from the northeast, Austria from the south and Slovakia from the southeast. The entry point of each of these routes is accessible via a major and well-maintained highway that will directly lead to either Prague in the west, or Brno in the east. Please note that to use the highways within the Czech Republic you have to obtain a sticker, which is placed on your windscreen. There are three stickers available, which last for one week, one month and one year. The stickers can be purchased at post offices or petrol stations.