What will the revitalization of the Masaryk Station and its surroundings bring to Prague?

Do you want to know what is being prepared? Who is working on the project and when it will be executed? What actions are being prepared and how you can be involved? 
Keep in touch with us via the website Masaryčka spojuje (“The Masaryk Station Connects”)!


The Masaryk Station and its surroundings are to undergo a great change in the years to come. It should become not only an important traffic hub in Prague, with a connection to the airport, but also – and predominantly – a meeting point, where people will not just pass through, but spend quality time, meeting for work or entertainment. It will change into a place that will connect the neighbourhoods for pedestrians from Florenc to Žižkov – a place that builds on its past and at the same time brings new dynamics and opportunities for use. The aim of the Masaryčka spojuje website is to provide you with more detailed information and updates on the reconstruction plan of the Masaryk Station and its surroundings; it will also present invitations to events and information on how to get involved in the public consultations.

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Revitalization of the Masaryk Station

The revitalization project of the Masaryk Station area is being prepared by Penta Real Estate in cooperation with České dráhy (the Czech Railways) and Správa železnic (SŽ, the Railway Infrastructure Administration). After years of efforts, we have been able to maintain the function of the most central railway station in Prague, to carry out its reconstruction and, in several phases, to recultivate its decades-long-unused brownfield on the adjacent railway plot. In September 2016, the reconstruction of the Masaryk Station was started. The next stages of the project are being prepared and they will be progressively implemented. The website Masaryčka spojuje enables you to get acquainted with other information about the planned reconstruction of the Masaryk Station and the surrounding area. The Masaryk Station has always been – and will always be – serving as one of the main traffic hubs in Prague, and its reconstruction is a top priority.