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Cheap flights to Prague

Prague is one of Europe’s most historically attractive yet still evolving travel destinations. Nicknamed the City of a Hundred Spires and adorned with Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture, it receives more than six million visitors a year. For the ultimate city break book cheap flights to Prague with Flybe and experience the Czech Republic’s biggest city.


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Flight frequency: Daily

Currency: GBP (£)

Population: 220,420


Overview of Prague

Once home to the Bohemian Dynasty, Prague’s unique vibe blends ancient history, modern art, music, and of course beer to create a breath-taking city experience. Formerly part of the Soviet Eastern Bloc, Prague’s place in European history was cemented with the break-up of Czechoslovakia as recently as 1993, and its turbulent history is echoed in its beauty. However, more than 1,000 years after it was built, the monumental Prague Castle is still the city’s focal point. Within it you’ll uncover palaces, chapels, museums and vast gardens, most of which are free to visit. Elsewhere, the city’s Old Town boasts a place on UNESCO’s World Heritage List with its endless cobbled streets and cosy cafes drawing you in.


Restaurants and nightlife in Prague

The words Prague and nightlife are synonymous. It’s the stag do capital of Europe for one, but if that isn’t quite your thing then there are plenty of places to cater for the less rambunctious traveller as well. Bars and restaurants line the city, squeezing inside church belfries, cellar vaults and even watermills. Prague is incredibly proud of its beer heritage and traditional Czech food is made to compliment its bold character. For cracking local knedliky (dumplings) head to any one of the numerous little eateries in Wenceslas Square in the New Town. And for serious clubbing, or just a nightcap and a boogie, Double Trouble is a lively cellar bar loved by locals and party groups alike.


Shopping in Prague

Shopping in Prague is a one-off. There’s something for everyone with a mixture of international department stores and quaint little art shops offering local produce. The main shopping areas centre around Wenceslas and Republic Squares, where you will find the big malls Palladium and Quadro. The post-revolution Cerna Ruze (Black Rose) is full of independent shops and businesses, where you can pick up a piece of the famous Czech glass or crystal. Or just jump on the Metro and see what you can find on your journey.


Events and attractions around Prague

Mozart fell in love with Prague and there are several museums and an annual festival dedicated to him. The most famous museum is in the village of Bertramka just outside Prague, where the composer stayed during his lengthy visits. Also a must is a visit to the Old Royal Palace, one of the original buildings within the 9th century castle grounds, and the Vladislav Hall which hosted Bohemian royal state occasions including coronations. Prague is a history buff’s dream, with guided walking tours taking in the Jewish Quarter, the Old Town Hall and Stromovka Park. And no visit would be complete without raising a glass at one of the many beer halls – try the legendary U Medvidku at Na Perštýně 345/7.


Travel to and from Prague Airport

Václav Havel Airport Prague is just 10km from the centre of Prague, and with fantastic rail, bus and taxi links you can be in the city in no time.


IATA code: PRG
Name: Václav Havel Prague Airport
Address: Aviatická, 161 08 Praha 6, Czech Republic

Telephone: +420 220 111 888

Parking

If you’re planning to drive there are fully guarded short and long-stay parking options directly outside Terminals 1 and 2.You can pre-book online with us: http://parking.flybe.com

Public Transport

You’ll find regular train and bus links between the airport and the city centre. The Airport Express runs to Prague’s main train station and takes around 35 minutes. The bus stop is directly in front of the arrivals hall.

Taxis

Taxi operators are located outside the arrivals hall of Terminal 1 and 2, and the journey time from Prague Airport to the city centre is around 30 minutes.

 

Car hire

Hiring a car at Prague Airport is quick and easy, with car rental companies located in a separate hall on the ground floor of Parking C, including Flybe’s car hire partners, Avis and Budget. To secure the best price, and to be on your way as quickly as possible after your flight to Prague, we recommend booking your hire car in advance. Booking with Avis and Budget is easy - simply add on a car hire option when booking your Flybe flights.


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