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Prague travel guides

Read more about Prague, our tips and tricks and much more.

Cheap flights to Prague (PRG)

Flight type
Departure date
Dublin DUB
Prague PRG
one way
Tue 25 Feb

Flying to Prague must reads

Why Prague?

Book cheap flights to Prague, known as the ‘City of a Thousand Spires’, and look forward to visiting one of Europe’s most enchanting cities.



When to book cheap flights to Prague

When you’re booking cheap Prague flights,  it’s always worth taking the weather into consideration. Prague is pleasant during spring and early autumn when the weather is mild and there are fewer crowds. However, winter is also a popular time to visit the city as Prague is renowned for having one of the best Christmas markets in Europe. It often snows in Prague during winter and the snow brings a magical white blanket to the city that  makes the already beautiful old town square even more picturesque. Need a place to stay while you’re in Prague?  Search Ryanair Rooms for great value deals on hotels, apartments and places to stay in Prague.



What to see in Prague?

With the savings you’ve made on your cheap flights to Prague, you can afford to make the most of your time in Prague. There is something for everyone to see, do and enjoy, no matter what time of year you book your cheap flights to Prague Czech Republic. Wander the ramparts of  Prague Castle and experience one of the most beautiful sunsets in the city.  Stroll the cobbles of the charming Old Town.  Check out the John Lennon Wall or kick back in one of the cafes and bars located along the banks of the Vltava River.  Get a selfie from The Tower in the Old Town Hall  and enjoy panoramic views of the city in all directions. When you fly to Prague you’re guaranteed a trip to remember.



Getting around Prague

When your Prague flights land, the best way of getting around the city is by public transport. Prague has one of the most efficient public transport systems in Europe with buses, trams and metros all available to take you to your destination. The metro  stops at some of the biggest attractions in Prague including Prague Castle, the Old Town and Wenceslas Square. There is also a connecting bus service for the metro to get you to and from the airport to the city centre. Plan to explore more than just the city centre?  Rent a car with Ryanair Car Hire and your rental car will be ready and waiting for you when you land in Prague.



What to eat in Prague?

If you’re looking to try some of the local delicacies when you fly to Prague, you can’t go wrong with ordering knedliky (dumplings) which are traditionally served with a variety of sauces. Sweet tooth? Don’t miss out on sampling Prague’s most famous pastry and street food, the Trdelník. Trdelník are rolled pastries that are dusted in cinnamon, sugar or left plain and glazed with butter. They can be found all over the city no matter what time of year you visit.