CPM 2022

33rd Annual Symposium on Combinatorial Pattern Matching

Prague, Czech Republic, June 27–29, 2022


Arriving to Prague by plane

After you land at the Prague Airport, you take the bus line 119 from the airport to the metro station Nádraží Veleslavín and then travel to city centre by the metro line A (green line). The bus stop is in front of exit from the airport terminal. Purchase a 90-minute ticket for public transport for 40 CZK.

There are multiple taxi stations in front of the exits from airport terminals.

Arriving to Prague by train

There are multiple daily international connections to Prague from Germany (Berlin, Munich), Slovakia, Austria (Wien), and Hungary. The Main train station is located in the city centre and it has a metro connection (line C (red line), station Hlavní nádraží).

Arriving to Prague by bus

There are multiple international bus lines operated mainly by FlixBus and RegioJet