Located in Prague 4, a peaceful area just outside the city centre, Panorama Hotel and Cubex are only four stops from the centre by metro, making it the perfect place from which to explore the city or enjoy the more relaxed Pankrác neighbourhood.
Prague’s main railway station is just five stops from the hotel by metro, while the shopping centre is only 100 metres walk away.
Hotel transfer service is the easiest and fastest option, at compatible prices with direct pick up at the airport and drive straight to the hotel. Hotel transfer service fee: 850 CZK per car from the airport (up to 3 persons) and 850 CZK from the hotel to the airport, including VAT 21%.
The Airport Express bus provides a direct connection to the Main railway station, which is just five stops away from the hotel by metro. From there you continue with red Metro line “C” to station “Pankrac”. Then walk 200 meters through or around the shopping mall “Arkády” to Panorama Hotel Prague.
Prague is very walkable. If you dropped from the sky and landed in Old Time Square you would be in a good position to walk everywhere interesting within 30 minutes. The city sits in a valley split in half by a river and surrounded by rolling hills. The encircling hills forced compactness on the city builders. Streets are narrow, buildings are pressed against each other, and the ‘other side of town’ is a 30 minute walk. The valley is where most of the historically interesting sights are. Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square, Jewish Cemetery and Old Town are all on the flat valley floor - this makes walking easy. Of course there are exceptions, the hilltop perched Prague Castle is an example.
Prague has one of the best public transportation systems in Europe and has ranked fifth best in the world. The metro, trams and buses are used by two-thirds of Prague's population and cover the majority of the city and outskirts. The metro especially makes getting around town a breeze since it enables you to cover long distances in a matter of minutes.
IPTA 2021 will provide complimentary public transportation passes during the Congress dates. Passes will be distributed at onsite registration.
Prague is a major crossroad for European East-West and North-South road traffic. Highway and motorway network links Prague with all surrounding countries and is still expanding and developing.
Prague has 24-hour efficient taxi services. Use of official taxi services is highly recommended. Always agree on the final price first before getting in. Tipping is not obligatory but 10% will be appreciated if the service was good.
Uber is available including from / to the airport and in the city. The only disadvantage is that there are only few drivers.
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