How to find us


University of Chemistry and Technology
Technická 5
166 28 Prague 6 - Dejvice

University is located northwest of the Dejvická metro station near Vítězné náměstí in Prague 6. 

On the map there are buildings of UCT Prague in Dejvice and location of our Department of Inorganic Technology inside building A:

getting here details

From the Airport:

Take bus 119 to the Nádraží Veleslavín metro stop and go by metro to Dejvická, then go to the subway and take the Vysoké školy exit  (second street on the left). The trip takes about twenty-five minutes and costs around one € (ca. 32 Czech crowns [Kč]). A municipal public transport (MHD in Czech) ticket is necessary.

You can also use the small bus operated daily (5:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.) by ČEDAZ from the airport via Vítězné náměstí to Náměstí Republiky; it costs about 90 Kč/person. This company can also provide transport from the airport to a hotel in the centre of the town, in the suburbs, or to any other non-Prague locality.

From a Railway Station:

From Hlavní nádraží (main station)

From Masarykovo nádraží 

From Smíchovské nádraží 

From Nádraží Holešovice 

From a Bus Station:

From nádraží Florenc 

From nádraží Roztyly 

Other important connections:

From the Jižní Město Student Dormitory 

From the Volha stop, take the bus in any direction to metro line C (metro towards Nádraží Holešovice); change to line A at the Muzeum station, towards Nemocnice Motol exit at the Dejvická station. Journey duration: about forty-five minutes.

By Car 

Go to Dejvice, Vítězné náměstí, Evropská street in the direction of the airport. Turn at the first street on the right (Šolínova street) and then onto Technická street (second left).

From UCT Prague to the Jižní Město Student Dormitory 

Take metro line A towards Skalka; change to line C at the Muzeum station, towards Háje. Get off at the Chodov station. From the subway, take the first exit to the right, then bus 122 or 177 to the Volha stop (three stops on the bus). Journey duration: about forty minutes, depending on bus intervals and traffic.