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Travel to Prague: Flights, Trains, Bus & Parking Information

View the latest Prague travel information, detailing flights, trains and buses that serve the city.

Book flights with any airline, then use Prague Experience to organise your Prague airport transfers, activities and experiences.

Flights to Prague Airport (PRG)

International flights arrive at Prague Airport (PRG) (officially Václav Havel Airport Prague).

The airport has two main passenger terminals and is located 17km outside the city.
British Airways: London Heathrow
easyJet: Bristol, Edinburgh, London Gatwick, London Luton, Manchester
Eurowings: Birmingham
Jet2: Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, London Stansted (from Nov 2024), Manchester, Newcastle
Ryanair: Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh, London Stansted, Manchester
Smart Wings Birmingham
Wizz Air London Gatwick, London Luton
Flights to Prague
Flights to Prague
Aer Lingus: Dublin
Ryanair: Dublin
Czech Airlines: Many European cities
easyJet: Alicante, Amsterdam, Basel, Geneva, Lisbon, Lyon, Majorca, Milan, Porto
Eurowings: Dusseldorf
Norwegian: Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm
Ryanair: Many European cities
Smart Wings Many European cities
Wizz Air Many European cities
Delta Airlines: New York
Emirates: Dubai
El Al Israel: Tel Aviv
Fly Dubai: Dubai
Israir Airlines: Tel Aviv
Korean Air: Seoul
Ryanair: Amman Jordan
Smart Wings: Antalya, Dubai, Tel Aviv
Turkish Airlines: Istanbul
Qatar Airways: Doha
China Airlines: Taipei

Prague Airport Transfers

Use our Prague airport transfers service to book a taxi from Prague Airport to your hotel. Alternatively, travel into the city by public transport.
Main Train Station in Prague
Prague Main Railway Station

Train Travel TO PRAGUE

International rail passengers arriving in Prague disembark at one of two train stations:

The busiest railway terminus is Prague Main Railway Station (Praha hlavní nádraží). It is located in the city centre, 5 minutes walk from Wenceslas Square, 15 minutes from the Old Town Square.

Metro station: Hlavní nádraží (line C).
Tram stop: Hlavní nádraží.

The second railway terminus is Praha-Holešovice Station (Nádraží Praha-Holešovice). It is located just outside the city centre, but easily accessible via public transport.

Metro station: Nádraží Holešovice (line C).
Tram stop: Nádraží Holešovice.
Travellers can check train times and book train tickets at České dráhy (Czech Railways). Information is in English and Czech.

Train tickets can also be purchased from any Prague railway station. Train tickets are generally available for all national and international destinations up to the time of departure.

Bus & Coach Travel to Prague

People travelling to Prague by coach normally disembark at Praha Florenc Bus Station. Florenc is a 25-minute walk from the city centre, so most travellers will take public transport or book a taxi for onward travel to their hotel.

The metro station is Florenc (lines B & C), which is two stops from both Muzeum metro station (top of Wenceslas Square) and Můstek metro station (bottom of Wenceslas Square and near the Old Town).

Tram stop: Florenc.
Travel by coach to Prague
Coach travel to Prague
Car Parking in Prague's City Centre
Car parking in Prague

Driving to Prague & car Parking

Motorists can take various routes into the centre of Prague from the motorway, and most are fairly straight forward. However, be aware that there is likely to be severe traffic congestion if you drive during rush hours.

Car parking is available throughout the city centre: there are public and private car parks, including multi-storey car parks; hotel car parks; and plenty of on-street parking.

Multi-storey car parks offer short and long stay parking.

On-street parking meters usually permit stays of up to six hours during the day, or overnight parking.

Wenceslas Square is a particularly good part of town to park in: there are open-air car parks and multi-storey car parks on Wilsonova street; a multi-storey car park at 9 Opletalova street; and on-street parking at Washingtonova street - map.
To ensure your vehicle is guarded, which is advisable overnight, use a car park.
The following cars parks are in the city centre (Prague 1):
-Wilsonova Parking (50m from Wenceslas Square. Open-air car park):
located on Wilsonova, just before the corner with Washingtonova.
Tel: +420 602 506 091. 60 CZK per hour. 1440 CZK per day.
-Opletalova 9 Parking (near Wenceslas Square. Multi-storey): Opletalova 9.
Tel: +420 224 210 879. 800 CZK per day.
-Parking Centrum (100m from Wenceslas Square. Multi-storey):
Wilsonova 6. Tel: +420 224 210 957. 40 CZK per hour. 650 CZK per day.
-Parking Rudolfinum (Old Town): Alsovo nábřeží 12.
Tel: +420 222 328 687. 660 CZK per day.
-Millennium Plaza (Republic Square): V Celnici 10.
Tel: +420 221 033 080. 600 CZK per day.
-Palladium Shopping Centre (Republic Square): Namesti republiky 1.
Tel: +420 225 770 310. 700 CZK per day.
-National Theatre: Ostrovni 1. Tel: +420 224 901 443. 720 CZK per day.
-Hotel InterContinental (Old Town): náměstí Curieovych 5.
Tel: +420 606 253 093. 1000 CZK per day.


In addition to airport transfers, we offer a taxi service from Prague to anywhere in Czechia, and to Central and Eastern Europe: Intercity Taxis from Prague.

More Information

For information on travelling around Prague: Public Transport Information.

For information on accessibility on public transport: Prague Accessibility Guide.
informationFlight Tips
tickBook flights as far in advance of travel as possible
tickCheapest days to fly to Prague are generally Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday
tickMost expensive days to fly are Friday and Sunday.
If possible, book at least one flight on another day
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