Prague is a modern European capital and simultaneously a fairytale destination that definitely deserves a visit. If you wish to walk in the medieval city, to dream inside its towers and its big castle, and to wander in its narrow cobbled stoned streets and bridges all you have to do is book your air tickets now.

How to get there

There are direct flights from Greece to Prague, leaving from Athens, Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Chania, Rhodes, Corfu, Samos and Zakynthos. There are also direct flights from Cyprus to Prague, leaving from Larnaca airport, the route is operated by SmartWings. The airlines that carry out flights to Prague are Aegean, Czech Airlines and SmartWings (only during the summer months). More specifically:

Athens – Prague:

Czech Airlines (direct)
Aegean (direct)

Swiss (via Zurich)

Malev (via Budapest)

Austrian (via Vienna)

Thessaloniki – Prague:

Czech Airlines (direct flights)

SmartWings (direct flights)

Malev (via Budapest)

Austrian (via Vienna)







Cyprus (Larnaca) – Prague:

SmartWings (direct flights)

Austrian (via Vienna)

Lufthansa (via Berlin)

All the airlines are landed at Ruzyne-Prague Airport (more information below). When making plans for a holiday trip to Prague it is better to make a reservation as soon as possible in order to find cheaper air tickets. Many airlines promote cheap flights and announce special air ticket offers for reservations made 1 or 2 months prior the departure.

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Airport - Ruzyne-Prague
Prague has only one airport,
Ruzyne-Prague, which is located 20 kilometres outside the center of Prague and it is an ultramodern airport with all necessary comforts for travellers and visitors. Prague Airport has everything the modern travelers might need; professional rooms, restaurants, cafeterias, shops, travel agencies and of course ticket desks for air tickets.

The transfer from the airport to Prague is done easily and fast either by car or by public transport and the journey lasts 30 to 50 minutes depending on the traffic.


The Prague airport buses offer a comfortable and fast transport from the airport to metro stations and the city’s centre.

Bus 100 has a route from the airport to Zlicin metro station (Line B). The station is just 15-30 minutes from the airport and the journey lasts 18 minutes.

Bus 119 has a route from the airport to Dejvická metro station (Line A). The stations is just 20 minutes from the airport and the journey lasts 25 minutes.

Bus 179 has a route from the airport to Nové Butovice metro station (Line B). The station is just 15-25 minutes from the airport and the journey lasts 45 minutes.

Bus 225 has a route from the airport to Stodulky metro station (Line B) and the journey lasts 40-50 minutes.

The night bus 510 begins to operate from midnight to 03:30, from the Prague Airport to the tram station from where you can catch tram 51 and go to the nearest metro station or the city’s center.

The tickets cost 26 CZK and can be used for all means of transport within 75 minutes from their validation time.

The Airport Express bus has a route from Prague Airport to Prague’s Central Train Station (Hlavní Nádraží) with connection to the metro and other train lines. The Airport Express journey lasts 35 minutes; the ticket for this line only costs 50 CZK and it is in effect for one hour after its validation.

Tickets for buses can be purchased from the kiosks that are found in the airport’s 2 Terminals, from ticket dispensers but also from the bus drivers. If you buy the ticket from the driver have in mind that it costs 30 CZK and is in effect for 75 minutes after its validation for all means of transport.

Mini Bus

There are many mini buses outside Prague Airport which run every half an hour to the centre of Prague. Line Ryzyne Prague Airport – V. Celinici street operates from 06:00 to 21:00. The mini buses have space for 8 to 12 people and the ticket costs 120 CZK. There is of course the chance to wait a long time until the mini bus is finally full so that it begins its journey.


There a plenty of taxis outside Prague Airport but they are quite expensive.

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