The pure emotion of Prague in the Czech Republic is waiting for you to tap into it. From architectural expeditions to pilsner-powered beer tours, this UNESCO World Heritage site inspires all sorts of travelers. Prague Castle, the Dancing House, and Old Town Hall with its famous Astronomical Clock offer a mix of classic and modern, while pubs and eateries deliver fuel for tired feet and hungry bellies. Vacations to Prague start at Václav Havel Airport (PRG). The airport is much more than a host to Prague flights, though. PRG mirrors the attractions of the city which it serves.
In addition to the duty-free shopping that you would expect at an international airport and hotels near PRG, the airport has conference and business halls as well as a museum, a movie theater, and a permanent exhibition showcasing the country’s aviation history. Like most major metropolitan airports, PRG has many convenient transportation options to get you into town. Public buses pick up riders outside of Terminals 1 and 2. Metro Lines A and B have various stops throughout the city, while Metro Line C is an express that links PRG with Prague Main Train Station. Tickets for the bus can be bought inside the terminal at Public Transit counters. In addition to public buses, Cedaz operates a shuttle bus to downtown leaving every 30 minutes.
PRG also provides official taxi services. Grab a cab outside either terminal’s arriving hall. Rental car companies are located in Parking Lot C outside of Terminal 1. Flights to Prague may be the start of a European adventure, but from there, you may be jumping from place to place via the Intercity Coach. For that service, head outside under the elevated highway at Parking Lot C.
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More food could be provided, I am 58kg and I got hungry during the flight as we were given very tiny amount of food during 8 hour period.