Slovanský ostrov 226, 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic
Situated in the heart of Prague on Slovansky Island, the Zofin Palace is a neo-renaissance building constructed in honour of archduchess Sofie, mother of the emperor Franz Josef I.
The Zofin Palace received its current form in 1885-87 thanks to Jindrich Fialka's design.
The 1930’s added a garden restaurant and a musical pavilion to the Palace. In 1992-94, this cultural landmark was reconstructed according to Tomas Santavsky's atelier's project. Since the middle of the last century, Zofin has been a cultural centre of Prague.
Nowadays, significant cultural and social events of international importance take place there and the Zofin Palace thus continues in its rich tradition.
How to get from the Václav Havel airport to the Palace Žofín
The distance from the Václav Havel Airport Prague is 20 kilometers.
A taxi ride from the airport to Palace Žofín will take approximately 20–30 minutes and costs about EUR 20 (CZK 500).
You can also travel by public transport. Go by bus No. 119 to metro station “Nádraží Veleslavín” and proceed to station “Staroměstská”. Then change to line tram No. 17 and go to station “Národní divadlo” direction “Sídliště Modřany”.
The Palace Žofín is just 5 minutes walk from this station (see the map). You will need to buy a ticket for CZK 32.
You can also use the Airport Express Bus (AE) going every half hour from Terminal 1 and 2. Get off at “Hlavní nádraží”. Then change to tram No. 9 and go to station “Národní divadlo” direction “Sídliště Řepy” Please note, that you need to buy special ticket at the driver and the cost is CZK 60 (EUR 2).