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Budejovicka Metro Station in Prague

Budejovicka Station serves a big commercial complex at the intersection of Budejovicka Street and several other streets including Olbrachtova, Vyskocilova, A. Staska, and Sedlcanska. At the site of one of Prague’s oldest department stores, there is now a large shopping centre. Several big companies, particularly banks (Raiffeisen and Ceska Sporitelna/Erste Bank) have offices at Budejovicka. There are also several medical facilities, including Centromed Budejovicka Medical Centre. Budejovicka Station is an important public transport hub, which connects the metro line C with buses to various locations in southern districts of Prague.

Hotels close to Budejovicka Station

The area near Budejovicka Station is frequented by locals, but it is not a typical tourist district in Prague. Just a block or two from the shops and offices there are quiet residential zones. Accommodation options are extremely limited close to Budejovicka Station. You will find a few hotels in the streets Na Strzi and Na Pankraci, mostly about 5-10 minutes walk from Budejovicka Station (most of these hotels are closer to the neighbouring Pankrac Metro Station).

Other hotel locations with easy access to Budejovicka Station

For many people it is better to look for a hotel closer to the city centre, where the scale of accommodation facilities is much wider (budget hotels and hostels on one end, and 5 star hotels on the other end). Good hotel locations with good access to Budejovicka Station include other stations on the metro line C: Vysehrad Station (3 stops or 5 minutes from Budejovicka Station), I. P. Pavlova Station (4 stops), or Muzeum Station (5 stops, at the upper end of Wenceslas Square in Prague city centre). The metro operates daily at 2-10 minute intervals from about 4-5 am to midnight. During the night there are night buses between Prague city centre and Budejovicka Station.

Booking hotels near Budejovicka Metro Station

Many of Prague’s hotels are often sold out long in advance, especially in the more popular tourist periods (summer, holidays, weekends). It is highly recommended to book accommodation in advance, particularly in areas like Budejovicka where capacities are limited.

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