The Czech Republic’s geographical position in the center of Europe makes it a natural crossroads for major transit routes.

The significance of the Czech Republic as a transit hub has grown since the country became a member of the European Single Market, a market that brings together the 27 EU Member States with a total of 445 million consumers.

The flight time to most European destinations from Prague is less than two hours.

The Czech Republic has one of the densest railway networks in Europe and a sophisticated system of bus transportation. Both trains and buses are highly reliable. 

The Czech Republic is continuing to strengthen its communications backbone networks and apply the latest in teleinformatic technologies to the management of its transport systems. New ones are being pilot tested to create, process, and provide the information needed to control and manage the country’s transportation networks.