Getting to and from Prague Airport is no rocket science. However, if you travel in a group, things can get a bit complicated if you don’t want to split or have a ton of luggage. Here we will elaborate all the Prague airport transfers options for groups.
An airport shuttle
This is the cheapest option, but there are some things to consider. Tickets are sold in kiosks, and ticket machines located pretty much in every terminal, and cost just 1.2 euros. However, the airport shuttle won’t get you to the center of the city, but only to a metro station. From there you need to buy tickets for the metro. All that while you have all of your luggage on you. Also, keep in mind that there aren’t any airport shuttles running from the airport from 11:30 pm and until 4:30 in the morning.
An airport Taxi
So yes, there are airport taxis, almost 24/7 waiting at the airport. However, most of the taxi drivers speak little to no English, can decide to charge you extra for the luggage, and can easily take the longer routes to charge you more. That’s one of the risks of using a local taxi.
Book a car or a van to pick you up from the airport
Last, but not least is the option to book a car, a van, or even multiple vehicles to pick you up from the airport. Several transport companies offer this type of services. In addition to the online booking part, the best ones can provide an English speaking driver, 24/7 customer support, a reasonable fare, and a pleasant ride. What’s best is that their rates are on average equal with the local taxi fares.