Prague airport is about nine miles or fifteen kilometres from Prague city centre and the taxi journey into Prague takes up to forty minutes, depending on the traffic. But there is no need to go to the expense of a taxi. Travelling by public transport is an inexpensive way of getting to downtown Prague and can be by bus or a mix of bus and metro. However, during peak hours, the metro can be crowded and difficult to use if taking heavy bags. From Prague airport there are a number of buses that go to various metro stations on their way into Prague. Bus number 119 leaves Prague airport at intervals that vary from five to twenty minutes and the journey time to the Metro A Dejvicka station is twenty-five minutes.Bus number 100 goes from Prague airport to the Metro B Zlicin station and leaves at intervals that are between fifteen and thirty minutes, with a journey time of eighteen minutes.Bus number 225 is a limited bus service from Prague airport to the Metro B Stodulky station with a travel time of forty minutes. Bus number 179 leaves Prague airport for Metro B Nove Butovice station at intervals of between twelve and thirty minutes, with a travel time of forty minutes.The Airport Express bus leaves from Terminal North 1 and goes to Terminal North 2 before travelling to Prague’s main railway station, Hlavní nádraží, with a journey time of thirty minutes. The Airport Express is scheduled to coincide with intercity trains leaving and arriving at the station. But, it is only worth taking the Airport Express if your destination is outside the centre of Prague and you need to catch a train, otherwise the buses and metro provide a good service that will take you to wherever your Prague apartmentis.