Review on your travel options in Prague
Located in the geographic heart of Europe, the city of Prague has long charmed visitors and is a great starting point for visiting other European destinations. From its capital, Prague, you can get to Berlin, Germany, in 4 hours by train. It takes two hours to fly to London, UK, one hour to Paris, France, and about four hours to reach Vienna, Austria, by bus or by car.
8 TOP DESTINATIONS FROM PRAGUE are
1 London (United Kingdom)
2 Frankfurt (Germany)
3 Moscow (Russia)
4 Paris (France)
5 Amsterdam (Netherlands)
6 Madrid (Spain)
7 Rome (Italy)
8 Brussels (Belgium)
VÁCLAV HAVEL AIRPORT in Prague is the busiest airport in Central and Eastern Europe. It is situated 20 km or a 30-minute ride from the city center. To get to the city, you may choose either a taxi or bus number 119.
Prague is located on the main European railway network. Most long distance trains depart from Hlavní Nádraží (Main Station) which is reachable by Metro Line C. When buying your ticket, look for a desk with an English-speaking sign and do not forget to show your student ID for a discount.
Prague is served mostly by Eurolines . Both companies serve numerous international destinations. The city’s main bus terminal is easily accessible by Metro lines B and C (Florenc). For timetables and connections, go to www.jizdnirady. cz. To make sure you get a seat, buy your ticket in advance. On most buses operating inside the country you can purchase a ticket from the driver, provided that there are free seats.
Taxi services operate from regulated taxi stands, or as independent drivers who pick passengers up on the street. Official airport taxis are the yellow AAA taxis. It is advisable not to catch a taxi on the street but to call a reputable telephone taxi company, which will usually pick you up within 10 minutes.
PRAGUE public transport
Speaking of public transportation, welcome to another way in which European cities tend to outshine many other countries. Public transportation in Prague is cheap, easily accessible, and can get you almost anywhere in the city.The Prague public transport infrastructure consists of three metro lines, trams, buses, suburban trains, the funicular to Petřín Hill and six ferries crossing the Vltava River. There is an integrated ticket system for all services. An Opencard travel pass is a lot cheaper than buying individual tickets if you travel even once a day by public transport. You can buy a transport pass for one month, three months or the whole year. To get a student discount for the pass, you will need a student ID.
Study in Czech College
Czech College in Prague is focused on teaching Business and Technology Courses in English. Despite the distinctively Czech names of its corporate backers, the school prides itself on its international nature.
1.BSc Multimedia – Web development and E-business.
2.BSC Multimedia- Digital Communication.
3.Masters in Web development and E-business.
4.Masters in Digital Communication.
1.MBA – Master of Business Administration ( 2 years )
2.MBA – Digital Marketing Strategy (1 Year )
3.MBA – Digital & Retail Banking ( 1 Year )
4.MBA Top Up (Mature Entry) ( 1 Year )
5.BBA – Bachelor of Business Administration ( 3 Years )
School of Health Care
1. Nurses Adaptation Program
2. Post Graduate Diploma in Health Care Management (PGDHCM)
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