Orbitz.com can help you book cheap flights from Prague, so you can stay within your budget on your next trip. The Prague RuzynÄ› International Airport provides services to Prague and the surrounding areas. It is located six miles west of the city center and is the largest airport in the Czech Republic. Over 50 airlines, including Aer Lingus, British Airways and Delta, provide domestic and international services.
Both short-term and long-term parking is available at the airport. For short-term parking, you can expect to pay about 50 CZK to 60 CZK. You can receive a quote for long-term parking on the airport's website. You can also book parking ahead of time. Car washing and detailing services are also available.
Prague has a bus system that stops at both terminals every 10 minutes. From downtown, you can take the city metro to the bus that will take you to the airport. A ticket will cost you CZK 40, but this includes both the metro and bus fare. There are two companies that provide taxi service to the airport. Either can take you to the airport from the city center for about CZK 500. If you need ground transport, check Orbitz.com for great deals.
The airport has over 30 restaurants for you to choose from, including everything from McDonald's to fine dining, if you want to get a bite to eat before your flight leaves. There are also 85 shops right in the airport, so you can do some shopping while you wait. If you are looking for cheap flights from Prague, check Orbitz.com first.
You can count on Orbitz.com to show you the best prices on flights to Warsaw if you're a bargain hunter or a traveler on a budget. The Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is the primary hub for all international air travelers. The airport is located six miles from downtown Warsaw. Dozens of regional and international airlines operate daily flights in and out of Warsaw, including Lufthansa, KLM, Air France, British Airways and Scandinavian Airlines.
A taxi ride from the airport to the center of Warsaw only takes about 15 minutes, depending on the traffic conditions. Warsaw currently has an underdeveloped road infrastructure, so congestion is often an issue. Five public bus lines service the airport, most of them running daily. Opened on June 1, 2012, a new underground rail line connects the airport with the city of Warsaw.
Summer in Warsaw is mild, with temperatures ranging from 65 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Average temperatures in the winter often dip below freezing. Precipitation is relatively sparse throughout the year. Rainfall averages about 20 inches per year and is heaviest in June, July and August.
Warsaw Old Town is one of the highlights of any trip to this historic European city. Significant landmarks include the Royal Castle, Market Square and King Zygmunt's Column. The largest public park in Warsaw is the Royal Baths Park, which dates back to the 17th century. Flights to Warsaw are hassle-free and efficient when you book on Orbitz.com.
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