British Airways has frequent flights to Prague, landing at Prague Ruzyně International Airport. Once your flight touches down, catch an official taxi to your hotel or travel the 12 miles to central Prague via Prague's good public transport network. British Airways operates regular flights to London from Prague. Admire Prague's Art Nouveau heritage at the Mucha Museum and Municipal House. Then relax with a coffee in Prague's Old Town Square as you watch Christ and the 12 Apostles take flight out of their trap door at the 15th-century Astronomical Clock.
After your flight to Prague, hop into a taxi for the easy journey into Prague city centre, which takes around 40 minutes. Remember to use an official taxi or order the CEDAZ minibus to central Prague. A cheaper way into the city after your flight is on Prague's public transport. A combined ticket gives you access to the buses, trams and Metro and helps you get to know Prague's layout. For your homeward flight from Prague, allow plenty of time to get to the airport, and book in advance if going by taxi.
After your Prague flight, it doesn't take long to settle into Prague's easygoing lifestyle. Get your bearings with a cruise on Prague's Vltava River, then take in the historic beauty of Josefov, Prague's former Jewish quarter. Arrive very early in the morning to enjoy the romantic views from Prague's landmark Charles Bridge in relative seclusion. Then scout out the golden spires of Prague's historic Old Town and imposing Prague Castle complex. For your flight home from Prague, carefully pack your flight bag with souvenirs such as hand-carved wooden figures and lovely Prague glass.