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Guide to public transport in Ostrava: The Ice Hockey Championship

8. 5. 2024 3 min. čtení diskuze (0) Aktuality Tipy a rady

Public transport in Ostrava is preparing for the event of the year. Fans from all over the world are traveling to the city, eagerly awaiting the Ice Hockey Championship matches. But do you know how to get to the stadium and what lines are available during the championship?

Ice hockey championchop Ostrava public transport

The Ostrava public transport service has been preparing for the World Hockey Championship for several long months. In order to make the journey around the city as comfortable as possible, the company's management has prepared a specially discounted hockey ticket for fans, which can be especially useful during a long stay. It will cost 250 crowns (10 euros) and will be valid for seven days.

But now to the transport system itself. Compared to Prague, it is more modest. In terms of public transport, hockey lovers can rely only on buses and trams. Ostrava has no metro, which makes it all the more likely that numerous traffic complications will arise during the championships.

The drive to the stadium may not be worth it

Authorities and the Ostrava transport company are asking drivers to leave their cars at home. Alternatively, it is possible to leave the car on the outskirts of the city and take a tram or bus to the arena. Otherwise, there is a risk that the city will not be able to cope with the enormous number of fans.

In addition to Czechs, several tens of thousands of fans from abroad are rushing to Ostrava. The biggest interest is expected in the case of Slovaks, Poles, Germans, Swedes and Latvians. They have most often opted for the train or plane to get to Ostrava. Many of them, however, also travel to Ostrava by car and some of them drive to the hall itself.

How to get to the stadium from the train station

The management of the Ostrava transport company has previously announced that on the days of hockey matches they will send out higher-capacity vehicles that should be able to cope with the fans. Specifically, lines 2, 7, 11 and 12 will be dispatched directly to the arena. At the same time, tram line X will be introduced, which will operate regularly on the route Nádraží Vítkovice, Sport Arena, Dolní Vítkovice, Plynárny and back.

If you arrive in Ostrava by train at Ostrava Vítkovice station, move to the tram stop of the same name. Hop on tram X or 12 and get off at the Sport Aréna station in about four minutes.

From Ostrava's main train station, the journey to the stadium is more time-consuming, but you can still use the direct tram connection. Specifically, line number 2, which takes you from the Hlavní nádraží station to the Sport Aréna station in 22 minutes.

How to get to the stadium from the airport

If you got to Ostrava by plane, it will take you about an hour to get directly to the stadium by public transport. First, take bus number 670 and get off at the Dubina bus stop. Next, hop on tram number 12 and get a ride to the Sport Aréna station. Be patient with the transport from the airport, as you may encounter unpleasant traffic complications on the way. It is therefore recommended to arrive in Ostrava in advance.

If you are going to Ostrava by bus, you will probably arrive at the main Ostrava bus station. After getting off the bus, look for the Náměstí Republiky stop, hop on tram line number 2 and get a ride to the Sport Aréna station. The journey should only take about 11 minutes.

Zdroj info: IIHF, Dopravní podnik Ostrava.
Zdroj médií: Jiří Lacina.

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