Liberec is in central Europe, fastly accessible by car from Prague, Dresden or Wroclaw
We have arranged shuttle buses from Prague airport mainly for Friday 24th and Saturday 25th of July and for Sunday 9th of August. The transport during the middle weekend is negotiable. For prices, detailed info and reservation, please proceed to this page.
Buses depart from Černý most metro station, the terminus station on the yellow line (B) up to 25 times per day with Student Agency. Dopravní podnik města Liberce also operates a bus service from the same station. Adult tickets are 95 CZK and journey time is 1 hour 5 minutes.
Prague: Rail from Prague to Liberec is quite slow and there's no direct train from Prague. With change in Turnov the trip time is two times longer and also two times more expensive than by bus.
Dresden: 2h, four regional expresses a day. The Sachsen-Böhmen-Ticket can be useful.
The national carrier, Czech Airlines, has direct flights to Prague from Europe, the Middle East and North America.
The budget airline EasyJet has direct flights to Prague from several British airports and from Paris, Amsterdam, Rome and Milan. SmartWings, Wizzair, Ryanair and SkyEurope and many other companies have low-cost flights from other European cities. To search the best flight tickets possible we recommend you use the czech site Letuška which includes low-cost Letuška for example that is including low-cost airlines in its search engine. Choose the right flight for you and book it at the site of the chosen airlines.
Prague’s main international bus station is ÚAN Praha Florenc (central bus station). It is located 600m north of the main train station. The peak season for bus travel is from mid-June to the end of September, with daily buses to major European cities.
International trains arrive at Prague’s main train station, Praha-hlavní nádraží, or the outlying Holešovice and Smíchov stations.
Prague and Brno lie on the main line from Berlin and Dresden to Bratislava and Budapest, and from Hamburg and Berlin to Vienna. Trains from Frankfurt and Munich pass through Nuremberg and Plzeň on the way to Prague. There are daily express trains between Prague and Warsaw via Wrocław or Katowice.
Buy tickets in advance from Czech Railways (České dráhy; ČD) ticket offices and travel agencies. Reservations are compulsory on international trains. International tickets are valid for two months with unlimited stopovers. Inter-Rail (Zone D) passes are valid in the Czech Republic, but Eurail passes are not.
Road rules are the same as in the rest of Europe; foreign driving licences are valid for up to 90 days. The legal blood-alcohol limit is zero.
You will need to buy a motorway tax coupon – on sale at border crossings, petrol stations and post offices – in order to use Czech motorways (310/440 CZK for 10 days/one month).
For detailed information about travel possiblities in/to Czech Republic you can look here.