How To Get To The Festival

Festival Map

Click the map below to open Google Maps with the most important places marked.

Mapa festivalu


Day trip to Kutná Hora (Friday 27th July)

We will publish exact details about this trip closer to the event, but there will be a train trip to Kutná Hora, and at least 2 buses back to Prague and the hotels. There will be a small charge for a bus ticket to cover costs.

To The Festival (Saturday 28th July, Sunday 29th July)

By car

Únětice is situated just outside of Prague and is a 15 minute drive from the airport. There is some parking just behind the brewery where the festival takes place in the middle of the village and also opposite the brewery by the village municipal office (Obecní úřad). If these car parks are full, you can park elsewhere in the village, but please be considerate to the residents and do not block access to houses and garages.

This Google map may also help you get here.

Public transport

Public transport in Prague is easy and efficient. You can get to Únětice by bus line 355 from metro Dejvická, Prague. Click the timetable below to download it as PDF file.

Bus 355 timetable

The last bus from Únětice to Dejvická metro station leaves at 23.29. Make sure you don't miss it!

On the festival days, we will have extra public transport links available, especially the last buses to Horoměřice and Prague.

If accommodated in Roztoky, take the  bus line 359 from Roztoky to Únětice. The full timetable of lines 355 and 359 can be found here.

Bus tickets

When travelling in Prague, you usually choose between 30 minutes ticket for 24 CZK and 90 minutes ticket for 32 CZK. You can buy tickets in all metro stations. Únětice are just outside of Prague and these tickets are not sufficient. You have basically two possibilities:

  • Buy a combined ticket for Prague and Únětice valid for 90 minutes for 40 CZK, or
  • With a valid Prague ticket, pay additional surcharge 12 CZK to the bus driver. Be careful about the ticket validity. The bus drive from Dejvická to Únětice takes approx. 22 minutes.

Keep your tickets with you as the fines are nasty.


It is not advisable to catch a taxi on the street, call one, I normally use AAA taxis, their dispatching no. is: 14014 and they speak English.


Telephone numbers:

Emergency numbers are:

Fire - 150
Medical Emergency (Ambulance/First Aid) - 155
Prague City Police - 156
Police - 158

If you are really stuck, call
Ben: +420 602 267 684, Terka: +420 724 876 599