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Cheap round-trip flights to Prague

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Traveling to Prague

Orbitz.com can help you find affordable flights to Prague. Located in Central Europe, Prague offers a medley of attractions that characterizes the rich architecture and cultural heritage that the city boasts. The towering Prague Castle will remind you of that heritage, while a boat ride on the lazy Vltava River will show you the quieter side of the Czech Republic�s capital.

Arriving in Prague

V�clav Havel Airport Prague, formerly known as Prague Ruzyn? International Airport, is the biggest airport in the Czech Republic. It is located six miles west of the city�s center. Airport Express (AE) provides transportation services to Praha hlavn� n�dra�� at thirty-minute intervals, and the cost is roughly CZK 60. Radiocab taxi and AAA RADIOTAXI are the only taxi providers authorized to operate in the airport. Taxi fare from the airport to the city�s center is around CZK 500. Buses are also present at ten-minute intervals, and the service is provided by the Prague Public Transit Co. You can expect to pay CZK 32 if you buy the ticket at the arrival hall or CZK 40 from the bus driver. Numerous international and domestic airlines offer flights to and from the city. Brussels Airlines, Czech Airlines, EasyJet, and KLM are just a few. Some hotels also provide hotel shuttle services that make your arrival in Prague stress-free without the hassle to find your way to your final destination. You can also book your stay in one of the nearby hotels located a few minutes outside of the airport.

Things to Do in Prague

There is something for everyone in Prague. Whether you want to get lost in the medieval lanes of the Old City or explore the emerging suburbs, Prague has a large list to choose from. Summers temperatures during June, July, and August can be in the low 70s. Winter is the driest season, and you can expect very little sunshine with temperatures in the high 30s to high 50s. The International Jazz Festival in autumn has been attracting numerous artists from all over the world since its inception in 1964. Different melodies and musical expressions epitomize artistic talent to the fullest sense. You can also enjoy shopping along Charles Bridge, beer gardens and art galleries. Don�t leave Prague without trying crepes or dumplings filled with fruit.

Planning Your Trip to Prague

History is engraved in Prague�s daily setting and with numerous attractions to choose from, you�ll find it difficult to get bored. Orbitz.com can help you experience Prague�s culture without blowing the lid off your budget. With affordable flights to Prague and competitive hotel pricing, you�re destined to have a memorable trip.

Prague When to Go

Prague has four full seasons: Winters often average below 32 degrees, and summers—especially during July and August—can rise up to the 90s (but on average rest in the 80s). Summer is the tourist high season. The city is best discovered on foot, which makes the warmer temps ideal. And although there are short bursts of rain, they usually don’t last too long. In summer, not a weekend passes without an outdoor concert—sometimes on stages floating in the Vltava River—and not a day passes without multiple performances in dozens of historic churches.

Spring ushers in gorgeous blooms in the city’s gardens and parks. With competing influences from Siberia and the Atlantic, the weather can be a bit unpredictable (thunderstorms, heat waves, deep freezes), so come prepared for anything. Fall (September–October) is quite pleasant as well. The days are long and warm, and you can usually bet on a sunny sky. These two seasons bring shorter lines and the opportunity to save some money on accommodations and flights.

Winter is the least popular time to visit—with the exception of the Christmas holidays, when the bridges and rooftops are covered in snow and are postcard-charming. The Prague Christmas markets are legendary, sitting in the middle of the city center lit up with holiday lights and trees, creating a fairy-tale winter wonderland.

Prague has a long history of culture, and it extends throughout the year: Take Febiofest, one of the largest film festivals in Central Europe (March); or Prague Spring (May–June), a festival of classical music that’s been going strong since 1946; or the Prague Writers’ Festival (April), one of the oldest in Europe.

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