Transmission Festival 2019: A Spectacular Festival Experience One of the world’s most spectacular festival experiences is returning to Prague’s O@ Arena. Located in the heart of the Czech capital, the annual event attracts thousands of visitors worldwide with their world-class lineup and mind-blowing production. Having successfully expanded to multiple locations across Europe, Asia and Australia, […]Transmission Festival 2019 Prague Czech Republic
One of the world’s most spectacular festival experiences is returning to Prague’s O@ Arena. Located in the heart of the Czech capital, the annual event attracts thousands of visitors worldwide with their world-class lineup and mind-blowing production. Having successfully expanded to multiple locations across Europe, Asia and Australia, Transmission will say farewell to their travelling show ‘The Awakening’ and launch their brand new tour concept for the upcoming year.
“On Saturday the 12th of October, you will witness a new spectacular edition of Transmission Festival which always ensures a unique world-class, top-notch audiovisual experience”.
The festival annually welcomes the biggest and best trance artists in the world. Previous editions have hosted the likes of Above & Beyond, Ilan Bluestone, Markus Schulz and Vini Vici. In addition to the spectacular audio lineup, the visuals will once again be provided by the world-renowned Vision Impossible team. Combining top-rated acts with a world-class light show, Transmission Festival will be one to remember.
Transmission Festival will take place at the O2 Arena in Prague, Czech Republic. You can find the event at Českomoravská 2345/17, 190 00 Prague, Czech Republic.
Prague’s public transport system makes it easy to travel to and around the city. The nearest airport is Václav Havel Airport, located around 18km west of the city centre. Visitors can travel between the airport and the city centre via bus routes 119, 100 and 179; as well as taxis or private transfers. An Airport Express bus is also available, stopping at Prague’s main train station.
Home to one of the best public transport systems in Europe, Prague offers a number of transport options such as the metro, trams and buses. The metro is one of the fastest and easiest modes of transport, with over 50 stations across three lines throughout the city. Trams are also a popular way to travel around the city centre, with over 500km of tracks covering most of the city. Tickets start at 24 CZK (approximately $1) for a 30-minute ticket, which can be used on any type of public transport. Tickets are also available for 30 minutes, 90 minutes, 24 hours and 72 hours.
Visitors expected to frequently travel via public transport should purchase the Prague Card. The card is available for 2, 3 and 4 days and provides unlimited access to public transport, a free transfer from the airport and free or discounted entry to a range of attractions throughout the city.
The easiest way to travel to and from the event is via metro or tram. The nearest metro station is Ceskomoravska Station, which connects directly to the city centre. Tram lines 8 and 25 also pass through the area of O2 Arena. A number of bus services also travel to Ceskomoravska.
Prague offers a wide range of extremely affordable accommodation options. There are three main neighbourhoods in Prague, which are extremely popular for visitors and offer the most accommodation options. Most visitors opt to stay in Stare Mesto (Old Town), Mala Strana (Little Quarter) or Nove Mesto (New Town); as they are close to all the major attractions.
A number of accommodation options are also available within walking distance of O2 Arena. Popular nearby hotels include Hotel Arlington, Hotel Carol and Inturprag. You can explore a number of nearby accommodation options such as hotels and Airbnbs below.
The city of Prague offers a range of attractions and experiences. The Old Town, also known as Stare Mesto, is home to a number of popular attractions such as the Old Town Hall, the Church of Our Lady Before Ten and the Prague Astronomical Clock. Nove Mesto, the new town, is home to the famous Wenceslas Square and National Museum, as well as a number of commercial shopping streets. Prague’s famous Charles Bridge connects the city centre to Mala Strana, also known as the Little Quarter. The historic area features a number of palaces, gardens and churches. The Prague Castle and St Vitus Cathedral are also located near the Little Quarter.
For the ultimate trance lover’s holiday, Above & Beyond’s Group Therapy Celebration will also take place in Prague prior to Transmission Festival. Combo tickets are available for both events.
The next edition of Transmission Festival will take place on October 12, 2019.
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