Prague Trip Planning

Many roads lead to Prague – plane, train and coach – all are equally comfortable. Vaclav Havel International Airport is only 15 kilometres away from Prague City centre. It takes about 30 – 40 minutes to get from the airport to your hotel.

Many budget flights from several European cities arrive at Prague Airport. Comfortable trains connect most European capital cities with Prague. Arriving in your own car may sound attractive but parking in Prague is a problem and driving in Prague is no pleasure. International and national coaches leave from Florenc Coach Station. Did you know that it is very well possible to go on a day trip to Dresden in Germany?

By Plane to Prague

By Plane to Prague

Vaclav Havel International Airport is the largest airport in the Czech Republic and located 15 km west of Prague. Major airlines and many budget airlines have flights to Prague. Prague Airport is still comparatively quiet. The waiting lines at the security check are...

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By Train to Prague

By Train to Prague

Praha hlavni nadrazi, the main station in Prague is located in the city centre. Buy your tickets on the day you want to travel, advanced booking is only necessary on some international trains. Do not change money at the Exchange Offices in and just outside the...

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Public Holidays in the Czech Republic

When planning a holiday or a city trip to the Czech Republic and Prague, you may or may not want to include public holidays. If your trip is during the peak season, you are sure to see higher prices and more tourists. On the other hand museums and other sights stay...

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By Plane to Prague

From Prague Airport to City Centre

From Prague Airport to City Centre takes about half an hour. Vaclav Havel International Airport is about fifteen kilometers northwest of the centre of Prague. It takes  30 minutes by taxi (40 minutes in the rush) and 30 minutes by public transport – 15 minutes by bus...

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By Plane to Prague

By Plane to Prague

Vaclav Havel International Airport is the largest airport in the Czech Republic and located 15 km west of Prague. Major airlines and many budget airlines have flights to Prague. Prague Airport is still comparatively quiet. The waiting lines at the security check are...

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By Train to Prague

By Train to Prague

Praha hlavni nadrazi, the main station in Prague is located in the city centre. Buy your tickets on the day you want to travel, advanced booking is only necessary on some international trains. Do not change money at the Exchange Offices in and just outside the...

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Best Time for a City Trip to Prague

Best Time for a City Trip to Prague

Prague is a popular city trip and the streets in and around the centre are crowded much of the year. Especially spring and autumn are popular seasons for a city trip to Prague. July and August are the hottest months with temperatures (sometimes) soaring above 30°C...

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