Taxi from Airport


Quite sadly

corrupt taxi drivers in Prague are one of the biggest problems commonly encountered by all visitors to Prague.

Tourist spots

Don't even think about getting into a taxi that is parked in front of the train station or at a tourist spots. They are waiting for unsuspecting tourists and are known to charge rates several times higher.


We hate them as much as you do! Czechs hate taxi drivers as much as they despise the police.

Another tip

If you feel that taxi driver will rip you off purposely make a show of writing down taxi registration no. for example to your mobile - you’re a lot less likely to be ripped off.

Call taxi

Be smart and order a taxi by phone from one of these reliable and courteous taxi companies.

Prague links

Prague Taxi Ranks

- Vaclavske namesti (near hotel Jalta)

- Vaclavske namesti (near the Hvezda Cinema)

- Franz Kafka square

- Staromestske namesti - Parizska street

- Marianske namesti

- namesti Jana Palacha

- near Rudolfinum

- Smetanovo nabrezi

- opposite Novotneho lavka

- Narodni

- Jungmannovo namesti

- Narodni

- near National Theatre

- Na Prikope

- near Slovansky dum

- namesti Republiky

- Hybernska street

- Panska

- Na Prikope (Myslbek)

- Revolucni

- in front of the department store Kotva

- Malostranske namesti

- Klarov (Metro station Malostranska)

- Hybernska (near Masarykovo nadrazi)

- Havlickova

- Na Florenci

- Hradcanske namesti

- Loretanske namesti

- Jeleni (near Prasny most )

- Wilsonova

- Hlavni nadrazi (in front of Railway Station)

- namesti I. P. Pavlova

- namesti Miru

- Nadrazni - Lidicka (Andel)

- Na Perstyne

- Vodickova

- V Jáme

Be aware of taking cabs at tourist spots as they tend to rip off customer most of the time.


Excerpt from the Regulations for Taxi Ranks.

1) drivers must respect the fact that customers are free to select the vehicle they would like to carry them, irrespective of which order the vehicles are queued at the taxi rank;

2) the taxi rank may be used only by vehicles which are duly marked and equipped in accordance with regulations in force, including a price list of services, which are in a technical condition complying with legal regulations, and which are in a presentable state, with consideration for current weather conditions;

3) the attire and behaviour of taxi drivers must be appropriate, with consideration for the importance of this service;

4) the taxi rank may be used to offer taxi services solely by persons authorized to operate a taxi service; taxi drivers must keep documents in their vehicle which prove the fulfilment of requirements laid down by legislation and these Regulations; 5) taxi drivers must display maximum considerateness to disabled persons;

6) taxi drivers may offer services at the taxi rank solely with vehicles which are enclosed, which seat at least four occupants, which have at least three doors providing access to the seats of the passengers and the driver, and which have space specifically designed for luggage;

7) when customers who have luggage enter and leave the vehicle, the taxi driver must help them load and unload their luggage;

8) taxi drivers must keep a book-format plan of Prague streets, with up-to-date street names, in the taxi which, on request, can be lent to passengers;

9) taxi drivers at the taxi rank must not leave their vehicles and must be ready at all times to provide services, except when they are required to carry out activities connected with the provision of taxi services, i.e. assistance in carrying luggage, should the customer so request

One of many feedbacks about using taxi in Prague: I have very recently visited Prague and I feel that you have some of the worst taxi drivers in the world. When it comes to making up prices for journeys, we come to see your country not to get ripped off. Will warn everyone I know to be careful when getting taxis.. Avi Singh