How to get to the Czech Republic
The easiest way to travel to Mighty Sounds from far away is to get on a plane and go to Prague’s international airport “Prague Václav Havel Airport”. It’s just about 120 km to Tábor from there.
How to get to the city of Tábor
By far the easiest way to get to the Mighty Sounds Festival is to travel there by train from Prague. The station is Tábor – Čápův dvůr, which is located right by the festival’s site.
For train timetables and bus schedules, including fares, visit IDOS
The city of Tábor is located along the E55 international highway. It is approximately 90 km south of Prague heading towards České Budějovice. You don’t get off the E55 at Tábor, instead you continue south towards České Budějovice and the town of Sezimovo Ústí. Once you reach the traffic circles (roundabouts) between Tábor and Sezimovo Ústí, you will be directed to the festival site by traffic signage. This signage leads directly to the festival’s parking area.
Approximate distances to Tábor:
from Vienna: 220 km
from Linz: 160 km
from Salzburg: 290 km
from Ljubljana: 575 km
from Passau: 170 km
from Munich: 345 km
from Regensburg: 280 km
from Chemnitz: 260 km
from Dresden: 250 km
from Berlin: 450 km
from Wroclaw: 410 km
from Krakow: 500 km
Another way to reach Tábor is to come by bus. You go to the main bus station Tábor – Hlavní nádraží. This is the only bus station there is in Tábor and all the inter-city busses go here. The festival site is located about two kilometers from this station and it can be reached via a number of local bus lines. For additional information, see below.
For train timetables and bus schedules, including fares, visit IDOS.
Getting around Tábor and to the festival site
Public transport service
No matter how you get to Tábor, once there, you can count on using the public bus service:
- lines 10, 11,13, 17 will take you to the bus stop at Sídliště Nad Lužnicí. From there it is about 1 km to the festival’s site.
- line 50 is going to the bus stop at Sídliště Nad Lužnicí E55, about 1 km from the festival site.
- lines 15 and 16 make a stop at the Tesco supermarket, which is about 1 km away from the festival site.
The frequency with which the buses run to/from the station at Sídliště Nad Lužnicí depends on the time of day. Generally buses run every 5 – 20 minutes. When searching for public transport connections, beware of holiday traffic. Timetables can be found here – follow the lines running in the direction of Sídliště Nad Lužnicí.
An alternative to travel around the Tábor area and to the festival is by taxi. The Mighty Sounds Festival can recommend the services of Taxi Tábor David Bárta, phone +420 777 262 530 or +420 725 800 700.
We are happy to welcome visitors who want to come to the festival by bicycle. For them, we have a fenced, lighted and secure bike storage area at the entrance to the camping site. This site also serves as a secure parking area for motorcycles and it is part of the festival’s tradition of providing safe storage options for visitors’ valuables. We will only charge you CZK 100 (roughly 4 euros) for safeguarding your ecological means of transport for the whole festival.
Motorcycles (motorbikes, scooters, etc.)
If you want to come to the festival on any of the above, we have a fenced, lighted and secure storage area at the entrance to the camping site. This site also serves as a secure parking area for bicycles and it is part of the festival’s tradition of providing safe storage options for visitors’ valuables. We will only charge you CZK 50 (roughly 2 euros). Upon arrival, turn towards the main entrance to the camping site.