\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). Train stations are not announced, so make sure you don't miss the station.
There is an international airport in Pardubice. . Several charter and regular flights a day connect Pardubice with Moscow and Saint-Petersburg. Schedules at the bus stop list several bus routes that would take you to the airport (Letiště in Czech); however some routes may be suspended due to repair works on the airport road.
Pardubice does not have highway access, the best possibility is to go to Hradec Králové via the D11 highway, which is only 20 km from Pardubice, and then to Pardubice.
Transfer from railway station to airport will cost some 150-200 koruna. It's not easy to stop a taxi on site. Find taxi office numbers in advance and make sure they speak your language (very few locals speak English).
Public transportation system, consisting mainly of busses and trolley-busses.
The city is well known for its gingerbread production (Czech: Pardubický perník).
Standard McDonalds near Railway station and in the city center at Trida Miru.