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Prague’s fairy-tale city centre is just a stone’s throw away from the airport. So, get your break started quickly with a cheap transfer.

With its beer, beauty and breath-taking bridges, Prague is up there with Europe’s finest cities. Add in a penchant for quirky art and century upon century of epic history, and you’ve got the makings of an incredible city break.

There’s no direct train to Prague centre from the airport, so it’s the bus if you’re planning to use public transport. Although cheap, this can be crowded during peak times and it involves a change. Be aware, it doesn’t run between 11.30pm and 4.30am*.

If you’re looking for a fast and convenient way to get to your hotel from the airport, a cheap airport transfer is likely to be the best option for you. Simply land, locate your driver and go. With a local who knows the city, you’ll be at your hotel and ready to explore the sights of Prague in no time. It may not be as cheap as the bus, but if you compare in advance, there are still plenty of excellent deals to choose from.

To keep costs lower, a shared bus or shuttle still offers a quick, convenient transfer, just at a lower price. Compare the airport transfer companies on TravelSupermarket to find discounts and some of the cheapest prices going.

The city centre is around 30 minutes’ drive from Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG), depending on traffic. Plus, with a pre-booked transfer, you don’t have to worry about haggling over the costs with your driver – or finding a parking space!

If you’re heading out into the Bohemia area that surrounds Prague in search of age-old castles and serene ancient forests, a transfer will definitely come in handy. After hiking? Try the Křivoklátsko national park. Or, if you prefer being pampered, the pretty spa town Karlovy Vary is around an hour and a half away from Prague’s airport.

Avoid getting lost on unfamiliar Czech roads, or those head-scratching public transport moments with a transfer or shuttle.

*This is an approximation. Please check official transport times before travelling.

  • Currency: Czech crown (CZK or Kč)

  • Language: Czech

  • Key phrase to learn: Dám si jedno pivo, prosím. (I’ll have a beer, please.)

  • Time difference: Prague is 1 hour ahead of the UK

  • Average flight time: 1 hour 50 minutes

  • International phone code: +420

  • Emergency services number: 112

  • Public holidays: Restoration Day of the Independent Czech State/New Year’s Day (January 1), Good Friday (Friday before Easter Sunday), Easter Monday (Monday after Easter Sunday), Labour Day (May 1), Liberation Day (May 8), St Cyril and Methodius Day (July 5), Jan Hus Day (July 6), St Wenceslas Day (September 28), Independent Czechoslovak State Day (October 28), Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day (November 17), Christmas Eve (December 24), Christmas Day (December 25), St Stephens Day (December 26).

  • Link to FCO travel advice: www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/czech-republic

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