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This section covers information on flights, trains, buses and coach travel to Prague.
Once your journey is booked, use Prague Experience to arrange airport transfers, city centre hotels, and for advice on sightseeing, entertainment and the rest of your trip.

Flights to Prague


International flights arrive at Prague Airport, officially known as Vaclav Havel Airport Prague. It has two passenger terminals and is located 17km outside the city.

Flights from the UK (direct)
British Airways: London City, London Heathrow
Czech Airlines: Birmingham
easyJet: Belfast, Bristol, Edinburgh, London Gatwick, London Southend, London Stansted, Manchester
flybe: London Southend
Jet2: Birmingham, East Midlands, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle
Ryanair: Edinburgh, Liverpool, London Stansted
Smart Wings: Birmingham, London Gatwick
Wizz Air:London Luton.
Flights to Prague
Flights to Prague
 
Flights from Ireland (direct)
Aer Lingus:Dublin
Ryanair: Dublin.

Flights from Europe (direct)
Czech Airlines:Many European cities
easyJet: Amsterdam, Basel, Berlin, Milan, Naples, Venice
Eurowings: Cologne-Bonn, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Lyon
Norwegian:Bergen, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Oslo, Stockholm
Ryanair: Barcelona, Budapest, Brussels, Krakow, Malaga, Milan, Rome, Trapani
Smart Wings: Alghero, Almeria, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Bologna, Bratislava, Bucharest, Burgas, Cagliari, Catania, Chania, Copenhagen, Corfu, Dubrovnik, Dusseldorf, Faro, Fuerteventura, Funchal, Frankfurt, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Heraklion, Ibiza, Karpathos, Kavala, Kefallinia, Kiev, Kos, Kosice, Lamezia Terme, Lanzarote, Larnaca, Las Palmas, Madrid, Menorca, Milan, Malaga, Naples, Nice, Olbia, Palma de Mallorca, Paris, Podgorica, Porto, Preveza, Rhodes, Rome, Samos, Seville, Split, Stockholm, Tenerife, Thessaloniki, Tirana, Valencia, Varna, Zakinthos
Wizz Air: Bari, Milan, Naples, Reykjavik, Venice.
 
Flights from the USA & Canada (direct)
American Airlines: Philadelphia
Delta Airlines: New York
United: New York (June-October 2019).
 
Flights from the Middle East (direct)
Emirates: Dubai
El Al Israel:Tel Aviv
Smart Wings: Antalya, Dubai, Tel Aviv
Turkish Airlines:Istanbul
Wizz Air:Tel Aviv.
 
Flights from Russia & Former Soviet Republics (direct)
Czech Airlines:Czech Airlines fly to many destinations in Russia and the former Soviet Republics, reaching into Asia
Smart Wings:Moscow.

Prague Airport Transfers


Use our airport transfers service to book a taxi from Prague Airport to your hotel (we also pick up from any Prague train or bus station). Alternatively, read our advice on travelling by public transport.
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Main Train Station in Prague
Train travel to Prague

Train Travel


International rail travellers arriving in Prague normally disembark at one of two railway stations:

The main train station is Praha hlavní nádraží. It is located in the city centre, 5 minutes walk from Wenceslas Square and 15 minutes from the Old Town Square. Metro station: Hlavní nádraží (line C). Tram stop: Hlavní nádraží.

The second station is Nádraží Praha-Holešovice, situated just outside the centre. From here you can travel into the centre by tram, metro or taxi. Metro station: Nádraží Holešovice (line C). Tram stop: Nádraží Holešovice.
Train Times & Tickets
For travel from Prague, check train times and buy tickets at České dráhy (Czech Railways). The website is available in Czech, English and German (select 'en' or 'de' on the top right-hand corner of the page).

Alternatively, purchase tickets in advance or on the day of travel from any Prague train station. Tickets are generally available to all national and international destinations up until the time of departure.
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Coach & Bus Travel


International coach travellers arriving in Prague normally disembark at Praha Florenc Bus Station. This is 20-30 minutes walk from the city centre, so most visitors with luggage 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 Mustek metro station (bottom of Wenceslas Square and near the Old Town).

The tram stop is Florenc.
Travel by coach to Prague
Coach travel to Prague
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Car Parking in Prague City Centre
Car parking in Prague

Driving to Prague - Car Parking


Motorists can drive into Prague fairly easily, although during rush hours there is heavy traffic congestion.

Car parking is available all over the city: in public and private car parks, hotel car parks, and on the streets.

Street parking by meter is possible in many areas. Parking meters permit stays of up to six hours during the day, or overnight. The roads off Wenceslas Square are amongst the most accessible, for example Washingtonova street near the National Museum - 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):
-Parking Centrum (100m from Wenceslas Square. Large multi story car park):
Wilsonova 6. Tel: +420 224 210 957. 40czk per hour. 650czk per day.
-Wilsonova Parking (50m from Wenceslas Square. Small open-air car park):
located on Wilsonova, just before the corner with Washingtonova.
Tel: +420 602 506 091. 60czk per hour. 1440czk per day.
-Garaze Opletalova (near Wenceslas Square): Opletalova 9.
Tel: +420 224 210 879. 770czk per day.
-Parking Rudolfinum (Old Town): Alsovo nábřeží 12.
Tel: +420 222 328 687. 660czk per day.
-Millennium Plaza (Republic Square): V Celnici 10.
Tel: +420 221 033 080. 600czk per day.
-Palladium Shopping Centre (Republic Square): Namesti republiky 1.
Tel: +420 225 770 310. 700czk per day.
-National Theatre: Ostrovni 1. Tel: +420 224 901 443. 720czk per day.
-Hotel InterContinental (Old Town): náměstí Curieovych 5.
Tel: +420 606 253 093. 1000czk per day.
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More Information


Our public transport information has information on how to travel around Prague.
informationFlight Tips
Tips to find cheap flights to Prague:
- Book flights as far in advance of travel as possible.
- The most expensive days to fly are usually Friday and Sunday. If possible, book at least one flight on another day.
- The cheapest days to fly are usually Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday.
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