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Flights from Prague

Transportation options to Prague Airport are convenient and straightforward, with options such as private and public buses, shuttles or taxi services.
 
The public buses and the Airport Express bus service are cheaper alternatives, and both can be taken from the city center to the airport. For shuttle services, visitors should take care to check whether pre-booking is required, such as for the Prague Airport Transfers shuttle service between the airport and the city.
 
Taxis are expensive, and visitors should be aware of any unusual price discrepancies. Taking a taxi with a private registered company is possibly a safer option.
 
There are currently no shuttles between terminals, and visitors will have to walk between the Terminals 1 and 2. The walk takes around 8 to 10 minutes.
 
Before you leave the gorgeous city of Prague behind, don’t forget to check these attractions out!
 
Prague Airport Excursion Tour
Prague still has something to offer even if you only have time to stay within Prague Airport. Sign up for the Prague Airport Excursion Tour, where you can learn about the authentic fascinating inner workings of an airport, and get an exclusive glimpse at areas not normally available to the regular passenger. Check the Prague Airport official website for current prices.
 
Bertramka (Museum of W. A. Mozart and The Dusek Family)
Few other places can claim the honor of hosting the famous composer, Mozart, while he finished his pieces. Bertramka is the estate where Mozart completed the opera Don Giovanni, and is now dedicated to preserving mementos from Mozart and the Dusek family (who hosted him). The beautiful estate also boasts a stunning garden.
 
Charles Bridge
Charles Bridge is arguably Prague’s most famous and beautiful bridge. It is also one of Central Europe’s oldest bridges. On it stands 30 impressive Baroque statues, and in the afternoons you may also find an eclectic mix of food and art sellers. The bridge also offers one of the most spectacular views of the Vltava River.
 
If you’re still looking for more places to explore, why not try out these amazing destinations?
 
Barcelona, Spain
A dynamic mix of stately history and a vibrant culture, the city of Barcelona is never boring. Admire Antoni Gaudi’s beautiful architectural influences on the city’s buildings, especially the Sagrada Familia church, which is a wondrous feat of creativity and engineering. Apart from the city’s grand examples of gothic architecture, Barcelona is also famed for its bright and lively beaches. These relaxing spots are only located minutes away from the city center by train or by car.
 
Oslo, Norway
Oslo, the capital of Norway, is known for being a seamless blend of old and new influences. The city is suffused with a chill vibe, and coupled with its moderate size, is great for walking around and enjoying the arts and dining scenes. Also, no visit to Norway is complete without a trip to The Viking Ship Museum, where visitors can explore important Viking discoveries and artifacts.
 
New York, USA
There is a reason why the stunning city of New York is used as the backdrop for so many blockbuster movies. Travel to New York to get a personal look at the city’s iconic skyline from all angles. Feast your eyes on the blazing lights from your vantage in Times Square at night, or get a panoramic view from the Empire State Building. Don’t forget of course to enter these buildings, where you can find countless plays, musicals or concerts.

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