Fifth Czech-Slovak International Symposium
Combinatorics, Graph Theory,
Algorithms and Applications
Prague, July 6-11, 1998

Travel Instructions

Public Transport - Subway, Buses, Trams

- you can get tickets in yellow coin operated machines at bus and subway stops, or tickets can be purchased in newspaper stands, or at the airport,
- tickets must be marked (time stamped) in orange machines immediately after entering subway or street cars (trams) or buses,
- price for one hour tickets is 12 Kc, transfers within the 60 minute interval are possible (any number of transfers without further marking the tickets, also all means of public transport may be combined),
- 15 minute tickets are 8 Kc, no transfers allowed, and only at most 4 subway stops,
- 1, 3 or 7 day tickets are available in the information centres of the Prague public transport system, usually at subway stops,
- you have to get tickets before entering the vehicles, since fines are high and controls rather often in the summer months
- subway map
- tram map (large!)
- SunSITE Prague transport info, more about tickets - detailed information about Prague city transport

Transport: airport -> Suchdol

from the airport to Suchdol - expected price about 400 Kc, always ask the driver to use the meter and to issue you a receipt

When you use another kind of transports you must transfer at station Dejvicka (one of the final stops of green subway line A)

Transport: airport -> Dejvicka

City bus
- no 119 or 254
- cca 20 min

Shuttle bus
- about 60 Kc, you pay to the driver

Transport: Dejvicka -> Suchdol

City bus
- no 107 or 147
- see plan how to get from subway or 119 final stop to 107, 147 stop
- from Dejvicka to the stop Zemedelska universita
- cca 15 min

- expected price about 200 Kc

Transport: Main train station -> Dejvicka

Take subway red line C from Hlavni nadrazi to Muzeum station (1 stop), then transfer to the green line A to Dejvicka station (5 stops, final).

Transport: Holesovice train station -> Dejvicka

Take subway red line C from Nadrazi Holesovice to Muzeum station (4 stops), then transfer to the green line A to Dejvicka station (5 stops, final).

By car

Optimal approach direction is from northwest (from Teplice, passing by the Prague airport), continue on Evropska street to Vitezne namesti = Dejvicka subway stop (a large roundabout), turn north (down the hill) along the bus 107/147 line and continue to Suchdol see the map.

From other directions, find your way to Dejvicka and continue along the above given directions. (From southeast you arrive on D-1 freeway, continue through the city and turn left after crossing the river in direction Letna, and turn right after Hradcanska subway stop - the only subway stop along this way, this way will bring you to Dejvicka from south.)

For more information, look at an interactive map of Prague.

Jan Kratochvil
Jiri Fiala
June 23, 1998