Are you thinking of visiting Prague? We have all the vital information you need before booking your flights from London to Prague.
How to get to London Stansted airport
London Stansted Airport (STN) is easy to get to using public transport. The Stansted Express takes just over 45 minutes to get to the airport from Liverpool Street. You can also access the airport by car with short-stay, mid-stay and long-stay parking available.
London Stansted Airport: Overview
Stansted is one of the UK’s busiest airports with around 25 million people travelling through the airport every year. There are plenty of shops and cafés in the airport if you have some time to kill before catching your flights from London to Prague.
Finding your way around Stansted is pretty painless too. All boarding gates are located in satellite buildings around its one main terminal. As Stansted tends to be busy all year round, we advise arriving with plenty of time for you to pass through the security checks before you fly from London to Prague.
Václav Havel Prague Airport: Overview
When your flights from London to Prague land at Václav Havel Prague Airport you’ll find that the airport is quite close to the centre of Prague - just 12km west of the city centre.
Prague’s bus service, the Buses of DPP stop at terminals 1 and 2 frequently which will bring you to the city centre.
Prague city centre is just over a half an hour’s drive from Prague Airport if you want to rent a car for your stay in the Czech capital. Make sure to check out Ryanair car hire for all the best deals.
What to expect on arrival in Prague
Prague is a very popular city break destination with Ryanair flyers and you won’t be surprised why. It’s a beautiful city with an impressive food scene and buzzing nightlife. Most importantly, it’s pretty budget-friendly too. Once you arrive from your cheap flights from London to Prague and have dropped your luggage at your hotel don’t waste any time going out and exploring this marvellous city. Make sure to visit the stunning Prague Castle. It’s so big and beautiful you could easily spend a full day there. Head to the Old Town Square and see the astronomical clock, which is the oldest working clock in the world. Expect spectacular views from the top of the town hall tower. Another must see is Charles Bridge which has gorgeous views up and down the Vltava River. Find out more things to explore on Try Somewhere New.
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From London to Prague: Practical Information
The weather in Prague varies depending on what time of year you visit. The summers are typically warm with peaks of 26°C in July and August but the winters can be very cold with temperatures occasionally dipping to -2°C in December and January. The most comfortable time to fly from London to Prague is in the autumn when the temperatures in the city hover around 15°C to 20°C.
Walking around Prague is probably the best way to learn about the Czech capital, but sometimes the weather, distance or lack of time gets in the way of that. Luckily, Prague has a 24-hour public transport ticket for just €4 and it is well worth it.
Before getting on your flights from London to Prague, be sure to pack a travel adaptor so you can use your electronic devices during your trip.
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