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Arriving in Prague

Prague is a beautiful city with a rich culture, well worth the airfare. Your cheap flight to Prague will arrive at Ruzyně International Airport. The airport boasts duty free shopping and plenty of dining options to serve the hungry traveler. The airport offers free Wi-fi hotspots without guaranteed connection rates, or if you need a more reliable connection, there is also a paid Wi-fi service available. When you are ready to go to your hotel, you have a few options. Prague Airport Transfers is a shuttle bus service with fixed pricing, but you must pre-book this service. There are also plenty of public transportation buses and taxis that run from the airport to the hotels.

Getting Around Prague

Flights to Prague bring you to a very walkable city, so you will likely enjoy exploring on foot. Taxis are widely available but they can be quite expensive, so it is advisable to use public transportation whenever possible. Public transportation is widely available, ranging from metro/subway lines to numerous bus and tramlines. There are many ticket options available that suit travelers, and schedules are clearly posted and quite easy to understand. For a more unique travel experience, you can always travel down the famous Vltava River by boat. This will provide a unique view of the city that you will not want to miss.

Main Attractions

Prague Castle is a “must see” stop when visiting Prague, as it is the biggest ancient castle in the world. In addition, plenty of museums and cultural activities await you. Check out the Czech National Museum, Prague City Gallery, or the Prague Giant Metronome. If you enjoy being outdoors visit The Prague Zoo and Botanic Garden. If you plan on taking in many sights and attractions during your stay it is wise to consider taking advantage of one of the travel passes offered. The Prague Card allows entrance to many top attractions and is valid for a 4 day period. The Welcome Card TVCzechia offers free admission to area castles and towers and discounts on other attractions. Finally there is the Prague Pass, which also gives free admission to several attractions, but is good for up to 1 year and includes 72 hours of public transportation.

Shopping, Dining, Nightlife

With the money you save on you airfare to Prague, you will want to explore the streets around Old Town, as they are full of gift shops geared toward tourists. Some excellent shopping malls to check out are Palladium and OC Chodov. Lunch is traditionally the main meal in Prague, and you will find that you have many options. Numerous street vendors sell things like hot dogs, something you really should try. They are far superior to their Western counterparts. For sit-down meals, try La Degustation or Artisan Restaurant and Cafe. For a night on the town, join a pubcrawl such as The Prague Underground Backpackers Pub Crawl, which kicks things off at The Drunken Monkey with a power hour every night but Sunday. For a vacation full of rich culture book a Prague flight.

Flight stats for Prague - did you know?
  • Prague is 7 mi from Prague-Ruzyne Airport (Prague, Czech Republic).
  • Prague-Ruzyne Airport (Prague, Czech Republic)
    • Right now, 80 airlines operate out of Prague-Ruzyne Airport.
    • Prague-Ruzyne Airport offers nonstop flights to 92 cities.
    • Every week, at least 27 domestic flights and 1,453 international flights depart from Prague-Ruzyne Airport.

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