Direct flights to Prague
Travel to Prague for a refreshing city break to experience a vibrant sojourn in one of Europe's great cities. Learn more about the destination and find all direct flights here.
Václav Havel Airport Prague is the largest airport in Czech Republic. In total there are 116 airports with direct flights to Prague from 44 different countries. The airport is a focus city for Ryanair (Operating base.) and Eurowings (Operating base.). You can easily reach Prague with daily non-stop flights from 16 major hubs like Amsterdam (KLM), Frankfurt (Lufthansa) and London (British Airways). In Czech Republic, the airport is called Letiště Václava Havla Praha.
Non-stop routes to PRG:
Situated in the heart of Eastern Europe, the Czech capital of Prague has a fantastic mix of stunning architecture, culture and attractions for you to explore and discover. With a great choice of bars, restaurants and museums you will find there is plenty to do in this truly cosmopolitan city.
The historical centre of the city is compact and its attractions are all within easy reach. The core comprises the Castle District west of the River Vltava, and the Old and New town to the east, joined by the famous Charles Bridge.
Find a direct flight to Prague
Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG) is the largest airport in the Czech Republic, with direct connections to over a hundred airports around the world. In the list below we have gathered some of the airports that offer the highest number of direct flights to the airport of Prague – please use the links to see all available flight options.
Popular direct connections to Prague
- Direct flights from Amsterdam (AMS) to Prague (PRG)
- Direct flights from Paris (CDG) to Prague (PRG)
- Direct flights from London (LHR) to Prague (PRG)
- Direct flights from Warsaw (WAW) to Prague (PRG)
- Direct flights from Frankfurt (FRA) to Prague (PRG)
- Direct flights from Barcelona (BCN) to Prague (PRG)
- Direct flights from New York (JFK) to Prague (PRG)
Experience Prague – architecture, history and art
Boasting an impressive array of architectural sights, you will be spoiled for choice when you visit Prague. One of the city’s most famous attractions is the Charles Bridge which spans across the Vltava.
Sandwiched between the medieval streets of Stare Mesto and Prague Castle, you can stroll across admiring the thirty or so statues which decorate the bridge and browse through the many craft and souvenirs stalls on offer.
For some more architectural feasts, it will be hard to miss St. George’s Basilica, a spectacular Romanesque-style building with its 16-century paintings or the richly decorated Prague Royal Summer Palace, a stunning renaissance landmark.
For art lovers, Prague offers a fine array of galleries, notably the Czech Museum of Fine Arts, the National Museum and the Prague National Gallery, where you will find paintings from the great artists including Rembrandt, Rubens and Picasso.
To make the most of Prague’s café culture, enjoy a coffee or beer in one of the many tempting cafes or bars, or why not try a tasty Czech snack from one of the many street stalls around the city.
How to find the cheapest flight to Prague
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The cheapest flights to Prague are usually found outside the busy times of the year such as Christmas or the school holiday period.
Prague climate and weather
Prague has a mild climate with warm, wet summers and cold winters. Average summer temperatures are 75-79 F (24-26C), with chilly nights. In winter daytime temperatures hover around freezing, falling several degrees lower at night. Spring is generally sunny, the wettest months being in summer, May to August. Snow is rare in the city.