Useful information for participants

Participants are asked to make their own travel arrangements and accomodation.

National Library of Technology Technická 6 160 80 Praha 6 – Dejvice Czech Republic

NTK is between Thákurova, Studentská, Technická Streets and Fleming Square (map). Nearest stops are:

  • Dejvická (Metro A) – Get off at the Dejvická station and use the Šolínova/Vysoké školy exit
  • Lotyšská or Dejvická (Tram Stops)
  • Dejvická (Bus Stop)

Transport from the airport to Prague - Dejvice

From the airport, you can reach the National Library of Technology by public transport or taxi.

By bus, subway or tram:

Bus 119 departs from Vaclav Havel airport approximately every 5-20 minutes between 5 a.m. to 0:30 p.m. from Terminal 1 and stops near the entrance to subway line A's station - Nádraží Veleslavín. Then you can go two stations to Dejvická station. The ride takes approximately 30 minutes and costs 24 CZK. From station Nádraží Veleslavín you can go by tram too, number 20 or 26. It takes 10 minutes to station Vítězné náměstí.
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By taxi:

We recommend you to take a taxi with an official licence (AAA or 111 taxi). Taxis take about 10 minutes to arrive to Dejvice and cost around 300 CZK.

Transport from the central station and the bus station

From the central railway station and the bus station Florenc, use the red subway line C towards Háje and transfer at Muzeum to green line A in the direction of the end station Nemocnice Motol. Go to station Dejvická. From there, follow the signs to the library/Czech Technical University campus.

Transport to the city center

Getting downtown from the conference is easy and convenient - using subway line A, it's just three stops to Staroměstská and five stops to Muzeum.

There are three kinds of tickets: the all-day ticket (110 CZK) is valid for 24 hours. Single trip tickets are available for 75 minutes (32 CZK) or 30 minutes (24 CZK) - be sure to validate your ticket when you enter the subway. The tickets are valid for the entire public transportation network including subway, bus, tram - and even the cable car to Petřín hill. They can be purchased in the self-service machines, at some underground stations, tobacconist shops and some newspaper kiosks.

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