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There are plenty of ways to reach the City of a Hundred Spires, but flying is the quickest and easiest. Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG) is an easy 30-minute transfer from the centre of the city and Prague flights from London take just under two hours.
Options include Ryanair from London Stansted (STN), easyJet from London Gatwick (GTW) and Wizz Air’s London Luton (LTN) service. British Airways also offers Prague flights with business class facilities from London Heathrow (LHR).
The cheapest Prague flights tend to operate out of London airports, but there are other budget options available around the UK.
EasyJet flies to Prague from Bristol (BRS), Edinburgh (EDI) and Manchester (MAN), while Jet2 offers cheap Prague flights from Leeds Bradford (LBA), East Midlands (EMA), Manchester, Newcastle (NCL) and Glasgow (GLA). For a slightly more luxurious journey, Czech Airlines flies direct to Prague from both Birmingham (BHX) and Liverpool (LPL). As a rough guide, the journey by air will take you two hours 15 minutes from Scotland and closer to two hours from airports in the north of England.
There are currently no direct routes to Prague from Northern Ireland, although you can book a flight with British Airways that stops off at London Heathrow and takes around five hours in total.
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