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Things To Do In Czech Republic

  • Explore The Old Town Prague
  • Visit Mutenice Wine Region
  • Admire Baroque Beauty In Kromeirz

Czech Republic Flight Tips

   Top Airlines That Fly To Czech Republic

Book cheap flights & plane tickets to the Czech Republic. Jetsetz is an airline consolidator that specializes in cheap flights to the Czech Republic. As a consolidator, Jetsetz compares top airlines & travel websites to find the cheapest flights to the Czech Republic. Some of the top airlines that fly to the Czech Republic are Czech Airlines, Delta Airlines, Lufthansa, Air France, Alitalia, KLM, Norwegian Air, Austrian Airlines, United Airlines, Swiss Air, Aeroflot and many more.  Most of these airlines offer cheap non-stop flights to Czech Republic as well as direct flights to Czech Republic through various airports located in the United States, Canada, UK and Europe. Jetsetz also works with international airlines that offer cheap one-way flights to Czech Republic.

   Largest Airports In Czech Republic

The best way to find cheap flights to the Czech Republic is to book your flights to the Vaclav Havel Airport Prague (PRG). The Vaclav Havel International Airport is the largest airport in the Czech Republic and is the primary gateway into country. The Vaclav Havel Airport is the best airport to search for cheap flights to Czech Republic.  If you are searching for flights to the Vaclav Havel Airport, please enter the airport code PRG into the arrival city search box. This will narrow your flight search to the largest airport in the Czech Republic. For more information on the Vaclav Havel Airport, please visit the Airport Information section below.

   Best Time To Fly To Czech Republic

The best time to fly to Czech Republic is between April – June, as the weather is pleasant, and the tourist season has not begun yet. October - December is the low season and is the best time to find cheap flights to Czech Republic. November is the cheapest month to fly to Czech Republic. If you are planning to fly during these times, be sure to book your flight at least 60 days prior to your departure date to get the cheapest fare. Summer is the peak travel season, with the most expensive prices on flights to Czech Republic.

   Cheap Flights From Czech Republic

Prague's Vaclav Havel Airports central location makes it a great airport to find cheap flights from Czech Republic. There are numerous international airlines that offer cheap flights from the Vaclav Havel Airport Prague (PRG). If you plan to fly within Czech Republic, you will need to catch a domestic flight departing from the Prague International Airport. Most domestic flights throughout Czech Republic are handled by Austrian Air and Lufthansa. To catch your flight from the Vaclav Havel Airport Prague, you will need to move from the International terminal to the Domestic terminal. Depending on where you are located in the terminal, you also may need to check your bag through customs and security, so be sure to give yourself at least 2 hours to connect to your domestic flight within the airport.

   Czech Republic Airport Transportation 

If you choose to fly into the Prague Vaclav Havel International Airport, you will need to work out your ground transportation. The Prague International Airport is located 17 km north of Prague's city center. The best way to travel from the Prague International Airport to the Prague city center is to take the Prague Airport Express Bus. The Prague Airport Express Bus takes 25 minutes to travel from the Prague Airport to the Prague city center. Taxis, private drivers, shuttles, uber and car rentals are all available at the Prague International Airport for your convenience. Once you are in Prague, taxis, uber, trams, buses, and the metro are the best way to get around the city. The public transportation system in general, is great in Prague. If you are planning on traveling to other cities within Czech Republic, you will probably want to hire a rental car.  You can either rent a car at the Prague International Airport or take public transportation into the city center and rent a car at one of the rental car offices located throughout Prague. 

   Czech Republic Tourist Information 

Prague is the most modern city of Czech Republic. The main sightseeing areas of Prague are separated by the Vltava River. The Vltava River runs south to north through Prague, separating Old Town and New Town from Mala Strana. The right bank is home to the Old Town, the Jewish Quarter, and the New Town. Spanning the Vltava River and connecting the Old Town and Lesser Town is the beautiful Charles Bridge. Nearly every tourist visiting central Prague will eventually stumble onto the Charles Bridge. On the left bank there is the Prague Castle area and Lesser Town. Generations of Florentines have settled in Prague, so it's no wonder that the Czech capital is home to some of the most acclaimed sculpted gardens northeast of the Alps, with the best located in Mala Strana, close to the Prague Castle. One of the most popular tours is of the Jewish Quarter.  While Jews figured prominently in the life of the city, and ‘The Jewish Quarter’ is identified on maps and street signage, there are very few Jews living here today. Head out to the bustling Penny Market area to shopping and dining. Get out of the city for a relaxing day trip, to spend time exploring the sites in Kampa Island, just off the Charles Bridge.  For a unique taste of Prague culture, drive out to Cerny Most, to experience what life was like when Prague was still behind the iron curtain.  

Head out to Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic. In the winter tourists come to Brno for its Christmas markets. The Villa Tugedhat is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site a lovely home built in the early 1930’s boating views of the park and the entire city. Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kutna Hora a Bohemian Silver mining town was the 2nd largest in the 15th century. Cesky Krumlov a lovely small town is becoming a hot tourist destination due its winding cobblestoned streets, stunning countryside, monetary breweries and darling restaurants serving local food. You can take a canoe ride down a lazy river or go horseback riding through the stunning countryside. The city of Kromeriz located east of Prague, is home to one the most beautiful Baroque gardens in the world.