The basic reference point for making your way to the CZU campus is the Dejvická A metro station. After you make your way to the Dejvická station via any of the methods specified below, take bus number 107 (heading to Suchdol) or 147 (heading to Výhledy) and go to the "Zemědělská univerzita" stop. Here you will find the entrance gate to CZU.
Travelling by train
Most passengers coming to Prague via train will arrive at one of Prague’s two large central stations: The Main Train Station -Hlavní nádraží (Wilsonovo nádraží), or the Holešovice station. Both stations are on metro line C (red). The Main Train Station is usually the terminal station for trains arriving from the west or from the east (Paris, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Zurich, Warsaw, Moscow), and the Holešovice station for trains from other directions (Berlin, Dresden, Vienna, Budapest, Zagreb). To get to the Dejvická station, first take the C line (red) metro to the Muzeum station and then transfer to the A Line (green) and make your way to the Dejvická station. Passengers from Western and North-western Bohemia and Pardubice can also arrive at Masarykovo nádraží where the trains terminate. If you arrive here, then take the metro via the B line (yellow) from the Náměstí republiky station (one of the entrances to this station is right next to the exit from Masarykovo nádraží!) one stop to the Můstek station and transfer to line A (green) and continue on to Dejvická.
Travelling by long distance bus
Passengers travelling via long distance bus from any direction, country or part of the Czech Republic will arrive at the Florenc bus station, which is right next to the Florenc metro where two metro lines intersect (B = yellow and C = red).
It is a very short trip to the Dejvická station via the metro line B first to the Můstek station, where you will transfer to line A (green), and from there you will make your way to the Dejvická station. The Prague Metro has three lines: A (green), B (yellow) and C (red). In order to get to our university, you will need to get on line A (green) and make your way to the Dejvická station. From here, using the same ticket you purchased or the metro, get on bus 107 (heading to Suchdol) or 147 (heading to Výhledy). Both stop at Zemědělská univerzita. The bus ride takes about 10 minutes.
Travelling by plane
The Václav Havel Airport is located 15 km west of the city centre. You can make your way to our university from the airport via public transport or taxi.
A public transport ticker costs 32 CZK (40 CZK if you purchase it from the driver), and the tickets are valid for transfers to all public transport in Prague (buses, trams, metro, some trains in Prague and the cable car to Petřín) for 90 minutes (see details on the ticket). From the Václav Havel Airport, take bus 119, which will take you to the Metro A Veleslavín station. From the Veleslavín station, take the metro two stations towards Skalka/Depo Hostivař all the way to the Metro A Dejvická station.
If you are travelling in a larger group and you decide to go by taxi, ask about the price before you get in and insist that the driver drives to Suchdol via Horoměřice (it should cost about 350 CZK), instead of going twice as far via Dejvice (700 CZK). Refuse any taxi that wants to go via Dejvice.
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
165 21 Prague 6 - Suchdol
Tel.: +420 224 381 111
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (Česká zemědělská univerzita v Praze)
Kamycka 129, 165 00 Praha 6 Suchdol,