Sourced from Wikivoyage. Text is available under the CC-by-SA 3.0 license.Pardubice is a city in East Bohemia.
The easiest way to get to Pardubice is by train. It lays on railway between Prague - Brno - Vienna and Prague - Ostrava. There is at least one train to and from Prague every hour. Travel to Prague takes about one hour (104 km).
There is an international airport in Pardubice (PED). The airport does not receive a lot of flights, but Ryanair has a year-round connection to London Stansted, and there are some seasonal flights to Alicante, Heraklion, Moscow, Burgas, Rhodos and Antalya. The airport serves as a low-cost airport for Prague, especially for charter flights.
The only airport terminal has common airport facilities such as WiFi, luggage wrapping, small duty free shop and some vending machines. Europcar provides can renting. There is no exchange office at the airport, but a single ATM.
From the airport to the city and the train station, use bus number 90, which leaves 30 and 60 minutes after arrival of every flight. In the opposite direction, the bus leaves the train station 90, 120 and 150 minutes before any plane departure. You can buy tickets from the ticket machine or the bus driver. Ticket machine accepts contactless credit cards and coins, while the bus driver accepts 100 Kč bills and coins. The price of the ticket is 15 Kč if bought from the ticket machine and 20 Kč if bought from the driver. You can also park for free at the airport for an unlimited amount of time.
Pardubice does not have highway access, the best possibility is to go to Hradec Králové via the D11 highway, which is 20 km from Pardubice, and then to Pardubice.
Public transportation system, consisting mainly of busses and trolley-busses.
- Historical center.
- Green gate
- Pardubice Castle from 15.-16. century
- Church of St. Bartholomew
- Theater Východočeské divadlo
The city is well known for its gingerbread production (Czech: Pardubický perník).
Pardubice Brewery is a renowned Czech regional brewery established in 1871 in the town of Pardubice with a proud tradition of brewing beer since the middle ages.
Kladruby nad LabemA village of some 640 inhabitants, but with an impressive history of horse breeding of centuries, which earned the town an inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2019. This is the home town of the Kladruber horse breed, best known for their role as the imperial carriage horses of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.