How to get here?

National Technical Library (NTL) is situated between the Czech Technical University and Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague 6 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 centre (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 of Prague. The airport has two terminals (Terminals 1 and 2), so be sure to note the terminal that concerns your flight. There are several options how to reach your destination when arriving to Václav Havel Airport Prague. Taking the bus is the cheapest way how to get from the airport. The airport Prague 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 station at the line A is than the station from which is the venue most easily reached. Tickets can be purchased at the Public transport information desk in the airport, from the machine at the bus stop (which takes Czech coins), or from the driver. Keep in mind that the bus doesn´t much space for luggage, so if you have a lot of it, 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 at

The Prague metro is an open ticket system (no turnstiles). Passengers are obliged to buy and validate a ticket before entering the metro platform. There are uniformed ticket inspectors who have the right to check the validity of the ticket at any time inside the metro area. Information about the Prague transport tickets and passes can be found at

You can also buy tickets by SMS; SMS ticket costs 24, 32, 110 or 310 CZK plus you are charged for the outgoing SMS according to the tariff of your mobile phone operator. To buy a ticket, send DPT plus selected tariff (e.g. DPT32) as an SMS to the number 902 06 and within 2 minutes you will get an electronic ticket to your mobile phone in the form of SMS. If you incidentally delete the ticket, you can ask for a duplicate. Send DPTA as a text of SMS to the number 902 06. The duplicate is charged 6 CZK.




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