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|Prague city centre|
|Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG): 7 mi from city centre|
Prague, being one of the most popular cities in Central Europe, is widely accessible from all over England with both regular and low cost airline tickets to Prague. Prague Airport (PRG) is home-base to Czech Airlines. EasyJet flies from London and Bristol to Prague.
Prague experiences warm summers and relatively cold winters. That being said, it pays to know when to book flights, especially if you're after cheap tickets to Prauge.
Flights to Prague from London take 1h 30min.
Discover what the Czech capital has to offer while on holidays in Prague by getting acquainted with Czech food, beer, music, art and traditions. Mingle along Charles Bridge and stop by the castle for the afternoon.
Prague Castle: One of the most famous sights in the city is Prague Castle; it is also one of the biggest castles in the world. Visitors can access the gardens for free.
Charles Bridge: One of the most famous bridges in Europe is the one that crosses the Vltava River in Prague. Construction started in 1357 under the order of King Charles IV.
Astronomical Clock: The Medieval clock is found on the south-facing wall of the Old Town City Hall. There are three main parts: the dial that represents the position of the sun and moon, the “walk of the apostles” which is an hourly display of figures and sculptures and a calendar dial to show the months.
Beer: As for beer, make sure you get fully acquainted with the national drink. Pilsner Urquell, Staropramen, Krusovice, Radegast and more... Na zdraví!
Find more information on praguewelcome.cz.
Prague’s hotel industry has been exploding in the last ten years, trying to keep up with the growing number of tourists. The only downfall is that many of the accommodations you and find now are either 5-star luxurious palaces or youth and budget hostels and pensions. Look for hotels in Prague with deals, like book three nights and get the fourth for free.