How you get to Biology Centre CAS
Transportation from Airport
From Prague International Airport (Václav Havel Airport Prague, PRG): Bus, and train approx. 10 Euro, travel duration around 3 hours. You can also take transfer from Prague airport directly to České Budějovice; a door-to-door service suitable for groups sharing the shuttle (http://www.prague-airport-transfers.co.uk/).
From Linz (Austria): Bus and train approx. 10 Euro, travel duration around 3 hours.
From Vienna International Airport (Austria): Bus and train approx. 42 Euro, travel duration 4.5 hours. You can also take a shuttle bus from the airport to the center of České Budějovice.
Transportation from Prague to České Budějovice:
- by train: you can take the "Airport Express" bus to the main railway station and than continue by direct train to České Budějovice, Train connections
- by bus: Most international coaches to Prague terminate at the Florenc bus terminal, which is about 1.5 km or one metro station by line "C" to the main railway station.
The boarding place for Student Agency Buses from Prague to České Budějovice is Prague "Na Knížecí" close to metro station "Anděl"; despite its name, these buses are not only for students.
Bus and train connections (For a switch to English, see at the bottom of the bluish box on the right.)
České Budějovice City transport
Take trolleybus line No. 3 from bus/train main station ("Nádraží" bus stop), see picture bellow.
Get off the bus at the "Jihočeská univerzita" stop, see picture bellow.
To get to Na Sádkách 7 (Institute of Hydrobiology, Institute of Soil Biology, SoWa) get off the bus at the "Výstaviště" stop. See picture bellow.
Map of the city transport here.