Flights to Czech Republic
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More Information about Czech Republic
Flights from the UK to the Czech Republic generally disembark in Prague, where the country’s main international airport is based.
The short-haul flight to the Czech Republic takes just under 2 hours non-stop.
The total flight duration from London to Prague is 1 hour and 50 minutes.
The main airlines that fly to the Czech Republic are...
- British Airways
Flights will disembark at Prague Ruzyne Airport (PRG).
At Flight Centre, our range of flights from the UK to the Czech Republic are available from London Heathrow to Prague with British Airways.
Powerful families from European history have hailed from this country before borders were drawn around the modern-day Czech Republic. Stonemasons, stucco workers and tradespeople have left their testatment to fine craftsmanship here too. Outside the bustling finery of Prague other noteworthy Czech sites include:
- Brno – the Czech Republic's second-largest city; it has a historical centre, fine museums and an annual international fireworks festival.
- Ceský Krumlov – a beautiful old town can be found in this South Bohemian town.
- Krkonoše – running along the Czech/Polish border are the country's highest mountains and many popular ski resorts.
- Mutenice wine region – excellent vineyards off the tourist path.
- Karlštejn – about 13 miles west of Prague, this town has one of the most-visited castles in the country.
- Pilsen – home to the original Pilsner beer.
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