How to get here?

University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague (UCT Prague) is situated in the unveristy campus in Prague 6, next to the Czech Technical University and the National Technical Library, in a walking distance from terminal station of metro line A (station Dejvická). It is easily accessible by the public transport; it takes about 10 minutes by metro from the city center (line A). Information about the Prague transport tickets and passes can be found at, the timetable is available at

Transportation from the Prague Airport

Flights to Prague arrive at Václav Havel Airport, which is located 20 km northwest from Prague City Center. There are several options how to reach your accomodation or venue when arriving to Václav Havel Airport. Taking the bus is the cheapest way how to get to the Prague City Center from the airport. The Václav Havel Airport is serviced by bus No. 119 that leaves from the second platform outside the Arrivals terminal and runs between the Václav Havel Airport and Nádraží Veleslavín metro station (line A). Dejvická, at the line A, is the station from which is the venue most easily reached. Keep in mind that the bus does not have much space for luggage, so if you are traveling with a lot of belongings, you may consider taking a taxi.

Prague Public Transportation

The Prague Metro network consists of 3 lines represented by colours: green line A, yellow line B and red line C. Metro operates daily from 5 a.m. to midnight. The time interval between train departures is approximately 2 - 3 minutes during the peak hours and 4 - 9 minutes during off-peak hours. There are 3 important transfer stations: Muzeum (red to green), Mustek (yellow to green) and Florenc (yellow to red). To get from one station to another takes about two minutes. Plan of Prague Metro is available here.

The Prague public transport (buses, trams, metro) operate with an open ticket system (no turnstiles). Tickets can be purchased at the Public transport information desk at the Václav Havel Airport, from the Ticket vending machines, located at all metro stations and many bus or tram stops (operate with Czech coins, in some cases with credit cards), or in some cases the tickets can be purchased directly from the bus driver. There is also an option to buy a SMS ticket or download the mobile application PID Litacka, which additionaly provides information about transportation and route planning. Passengers are obliged to buy and validate a ticket before entering the metro platform or bus/tram. There are uniformed ticket inspectors who have the right to check the validity of the ticket at any time inside Prague public transportation areas. Information about the Prague transport tickets and passes can be found here.