By bike

How to Get There Na kole
Follow the Vltava river against its flow to Lahovice. From Lahovice, change your direction to the Berounka river. The bike trail number 3 leads form Černošice tu Zadní Třebaň. In Zadní Třebaň join the Czech Kings Bike Trail (Po stopách českých králů), which will take you to the other bank of the Berounka river. Follow this trail via Karlštejn and Srbsko to Beroun.

Secure Bicycle Parking in Beroun

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There are several metal bike-boxes for safe parking of bicycles. The boxes can be found by the pedestrian bridge in Závodí, in Talichova or Slapská street, etc...

In front of the Beroun train station building, there is a new bike-tower for safe and convenient parking of bicycles, with total capacity of 118 bicycles.

An instructional video follows (min 7:30)

Where to Park in Beroun

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There are several paid car parks for passengers cars. We recommend car park next to the train station, which is fenced and offers a bargain all day rate.
The walk to the Hus square takes approximately 10 minutes from here. The Parking house U Černého Koně near the square offers indoor parking. 
Boškův Statek car park is not far from the town centre and just next to the aquapark and the ice-skating arena.

Unfortunately, there is no official parking place for buses. For bus parking either contact the bus station or use a small parking place for buses at the right side of Boškův Statek, just by ice-skating arena wall.

There are temporary car parks set up during the Pottery Markets. More information can be found HERE.

The price list of parking can be found HERE.

Secure Bicycle Parking in Beroun

How to Get There Getting Around Na kole
There are several metal bike-boxes for safe parking of bicycles. The boxes can be found by the pedestrian bridge in Závodí, in Talichova or Slapská street, etc...

In front of the Beroun train station building, there is a new bike-tower for safe and convenient parking of bicycles, with total capacity of 118 bicycles.

An instructional video follows (min 7:30)