Arrive happy with Prague rides & airport transfers.
Fly into Prague Airport and experience a mesmerising world of fascinating history, stunning architecture, fairy tale delights and unique charm snuggled in the Czech Republic. Take a stroll through the beautiful parks in Prague city centre, explore inspiring galleries and museums, or wander across the ancient Charles Bridge, whilst taking in the atmosphere. Spend the day exploring the Old Town and Castle and by night sample the lively bars and clubs Prague is so famous for, open late into the evening. For a fascinating day excursion, visit Cesky Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a magnificent castle. Rest assured you can rely on hoppa to transport you there safely, securely and economically too.
Save time for some duty free shopping before you leave Prague Airport, where you’ll find beautiful Czech glassware, Bohemia crystal and Czech garnet, alongside perfumes and cosmetics at a fraction of the cost. If you get hungry, there are 32 restaurants on offer, perfect for a last taste of delicious Czech and international cuisine.
Book your airport transfers Prague with hoppa and allow us to kick start your holiday with a luxury, cost-effective and seamless service into top resorts and hotels, including the stunning 5 star Hotel Kings Court in Prague’s Old Town.
With its lively areas and quiet cobbled streets, bohemian art and picturesque riverside sites, Prague serves up a city break designed to suit all tastes. Should you need to arrange your Prague transfers, let us take care of getting you where you need to be.
Our transfer partners offer a reliable, no-fuss service, taking you to your accommodation in the city and back to the airport at the end of your stay.
Booking my Prague Airport transfers
To book your Prague transfers, tell us about your trip in the search bar at the top of this page. You’ll then be given a selection of shuttle buses and private vehicles to choose from.
Should I choose a private vehicle or take the shuttle bus?
Both shuttle buses and private vehicles offer first-class transport to your Prague accommodation. There are some differences between the two, however:
If you take a private vehicle
- you are given a scheduled pick-up time and instructions for where to meet your driver at Prague Airport, which are both listed on your e-ticket.
- you will be escorted to your vehicle by your driver and you and the rest of your group will be the only passengers.
- there are no drop-off points on the route, and you will be taken directly to your accommodation
If you are travelling by shuttle bus
- you and the rest of your group will follow the pick-up instructions on your e-ticket to meet your driver at the airport
- you’ll share the journey with people from other groups
- there may be a wait for up to 45 minutes before you leave the airport to allow for your fellow bus passengers to arrive on different flights to yours.
- the bus will pause at designated drop-off points to let your fellow passengers get off at stops near to their accommodation. Your stop will be on the route.
How much do Prague transfers cost?
When you’re booking your Prague transfers with us, you’ll see prices listed next to the transport options that are available for your trip. This is what you’ll pay if you book that day.
However, as these prices are live valuations based on currency rates, they can change. So, if you start looking for your transfers today and return to your search tomorrow, the prices may have changed between your first and second search.
I’ve selected my transport
Once you’ve chosen your transport, you will arrive at the ‘Extras’ stage of the booking process. This page includes the ‘Anything we can help with?’ box, which gives you the opportunity to tell us about what you need for your transfer.
Should you want a larger vehicle to accommodate your extra luggage or you’ll need an adapted car for your wheelchair, for example, just let us know in this section and we’ll do the rest.
How much luggage can I bring?
One piece of hand luggage and one suitcase is allowed per person. This applies whether you are travelling by private vehicle or shuttle bus. If you think you’ll be bringing more luggage with you, you’ll need to check your vehicle has the capacity for this before you book.
What’s an e-ticket?
After you’ve completed your booking, look out for an email from us that includes your e-ticket. The e-ticket is an important document that acts as both your booking confirmation and a source of key information, such as pick-up instructions and contact numbers. When you receive this, print it off so you can easily present it to your driver when you meet them at the airport.
Also, you’ll need to read this carefully so that you know where to go to meet your driver when you land in Prague.
Where do I go when I arrive in Prague?
Once you’ve picked up your luggage, follow the instructions in the ‘Find my pick-up’ section of your e-ticket. Most joining instructions ask you to head to the arrivals hall. Here, a travel representative will be holding a sign displaying the transfer provider’s name and ‘hoppa’ or your name.
If there is no information about how to locate your driver in the ‘Find my pick-up’ section, call the number on your e-ticket to get an update on where you need to go.
My driver’s not there
If you get to the pick-up point on time and you can’t see your driver, call the number on your e-ticket. We’ll be able to let you know what to do next.
I’m going to miss my pick-up time
If your flight’s late getting into Prague or your bags are taking a while to arrive and you think you’re going to miss your pick-up time, call the number on your e-ticket to let us know.
Your driver will wait for you for up to 45 minutes after your original collection time, but even if your delay falls within this period, we ask that you call us so that we have plenty of notice to arrange an alternative driver for you.
We will send a different driver to you if you’re delayed for over 45 minutes. Should you be delayed for more than three hours, you’ll need to rearrange your Prague transfers with us and let your insurer know.
What will I find at Prague Airport?
From its awe-inspiring castle to the picture-perfect Charles Bridge, Prague is a truly beautiful choice for a city stay. As the gateway to the stunning Czech capital, Vaclav Havel Airport Prague provides a hub for tourists seeking a culture-filled break.
Serving 17 million travellers in 2018, it is a busy entry point for visitors. To keep passengers occupied, there are plenty of services and shops available here, including snack-filled eateries and Duty Free shops selling everything from cosmetics to crystal tableware. There are children’s corners to keep the little ones occupied and VIP lounges for a more luxurious experience. There’s even a cinema!
For your return Prague transfers, how you meet your driver depends on the type of transport you’re taking.
Passengers travelling by private vehicle
- Your driver will collect you from your accommodation at the time listed on your e-ticket
- If you’ve chosen to receive SMS messages from hoppa, we’ll send you a text to remind you of your pick-up details
- Aim to be ready 15 minutes before your pick-up time and have your e-ticket with you to present to the driver
Passengers travelling by shuttle bus
- Your pick-up information will be available to view online in the ‘My bookings’ section 24 hours before your flight
- It’s worth opting to receive SMS messages from us too as we’ll also send you a text the day before to let you know your pick-up details
- We ask that you get to your pick-up point 10 minutes before your bus is due and have your e-ticket ready to show to the driver
If you can’t see your driver, you’ll need to call the number on your e-ticket for an update. This applies whether you’re travelling back to the airport by bus or private car.