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The Czech Republic, also called Czechia in official short-form, is located in central Europe with a population of almost up to 11 million. The country is one of the most popular tourism destinations in Europe due to its spectacular landmarks and vibrant cultural scene. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the charming Czech Republic and buy your cheap flight ticket to the Czech Republic today!

Flights to Prague Vaclav Havel Airport from İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport(SAW) are only a few of the direct flights you can take to reach the Czech Republic. This country is one of the developing countries in Central Europe with new investments in transportation networks, so you will enjoy travelling to another country.

Transportation to/from Prague Vaclav Havel Airport

Prague Vaclav Havel Airport offers different modes of transportation to reach Prague city centre. The Airport Express train operated by the state provides a direct connection between Prague Main Railway Station and the airport. If you would like to have more information about the departure location, prices, and schedule for the express train, you can click here.

In addition to the express train, there are a total of 5 bus lines that operate between the airport and Prague city centre among which 2 are night buses. Bus line 119 goes to Divoká Šárka – Veleslavín train station direction, bus line 100 goes to Zličín direction and bus line 191 goes to Divoká Šárka – Petřiny – Anděl direction. The night buses which are bus line 910 goes to Švandovo divadlo - I.P. Pavlova – Kačerov – Modřany direction and bus line 907 goes to Hradčanská – Hlavní nádraží – Karlovo náměstí – Anděl direction.

Public Transport

Czech Republic has different modes of transportation, including the metro, tram lines, and buses that cover the entire city. The metro lines and buses that cover different cities such as Prague, Brno, Plzen and Ostrava will provide easy access to different districts of these cities.

Trams are also a popular mode of transport in Czech to move around the city. In addition to trams, the country has one of the densest railway network in Europe. It is possible to find different railroad options such as metro, trams and others in different cities in Czech Republic.

Is there a travel card for tourists?

Tourists can buy a 1-day or 3-day Pass offered by Prague public transportation centre, which offers a better price compared to a single ticket. Also, there is a 1-month pass and Petrin funicular pass for more extended stays and those who commonly use the funicular line. If you would like to know more details about travel cards and prices, you can check out this website.

Transportation Between Cities in the Czech Republic

One of the best transportation options between the cities in the Czech Republic is to take intercity buses. It is possible to reach Brno, Pilsen, and many other major cities in the country by taking one of the bus lines. If you would like to know more about the intercity bus lines in the country, you can click here. Also, car rental is another option while visiting the Czech cities.

Where to Stay in Czech Republic?

The Czech Republic is one of the most visited countries in Europe and offers a wide range of accommodation options to its visitors ranging from five-star luxury hotels to budget-friendly backpacker hostels, especially in its capital and most influential city Prague.

If you are in Prague to explore its marvelous historical landmarks as well as its inspiring cultural heritage to the fullest, it is recommended for you to stay in hotels located in the Old Town district since you will be walking distance away from some of Prague’s most popular historical attractions such as Prague Astronomical Clock or Charles Bridge.

Brno, the second-largest city in the Czech Republic, also has many great hotels. If you are planning to explore Brno and its amazing historical attractions, you can stay in hotels located around Brno-město neighborhood.

We would love to help you organize your trip to the Czech Republic and you can book a hotel easily through our website.


Things to do in Czech Republic

There are few countries in the world like the Czech Republic. The country is home to many marvelous landmarks and an inspiring cultural atmosphere that are sure to amaze every type of traveler. We listed some of the things you enjoy while you are in the Czech Republic below and if you would like to know more about the country, you can check our detailed Czech Republic Travel Guide.

  • Walk Across the Charles Bridge: Charles Bridge is one of the liveliest places you can visit in Prague with sculptures, musicians, souvenir shops, fascinating sceneries, and many more.
  • Explore the Old Town: The Old Town of Prague, also called Staré Mesto is the historical center of the city. The neighborhood is home to iconic landmarks of Prague as well as many top-notch local restaurants, cafés, and shops.
  • Marvel at the Astronomical Clock: Every passing hour, The Astronomical Clock in Old Town Square puts on a mechanical show to its viewers. It is also possible for you to get to the top of the tower and enjoy one of the best sceneries in Prague you can have.
  • Discover Malá Strana: Discovering Malá Strana neighborhood should be on every Prague visitors list with its unique architectural texture. The neighborhood is located across the Vltava River.
  • Prague Castle Tour: Prague Castle is one of the largest ancient castles in the world and is a magnificent sight to see in the city. You can join a guided tour into Prague Castle to explore it thoroughly.
  • Visit the National Museum: National Museum in Prague is the largest museum in the Czech Republic with more than 20 million artifacts ranging from pre-historical times to the Czechoslovakia era. The museum is located next to the Wenceslas Square.

You can visit our detailed Prague Travel Guide to learn more about Prague and its spectacular attractions.

Car Rental in Czech Republic

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Czech Republic for business or leisure.


Airports in Czech Republic

We use Václav Havel Airport in Prague for our flights in the Czech Republic.

Václav Havel Airport

Václav Havel Airport (PRG) is located 20 kilometers away from the city center. You can get to Prague city center with public buses, express buses, taxi, and rental car from the airport. Public bus lines 100, 119, and 191 connect the airport to the city center with different routes. Express buses to Prague are also available in Václav Havel Airport with 30-minute intervals during the day.

We listed some useful side notes about the Czech Republic for you right below.

Things to Know Before Visiting Czech Republic

  • The Czech Republic is a safe country to visit with very low petty and violent crime rates.
  • Czech is the only official and most commonly spoken language in the country. Most people in main cities such as Prague or Plzeň understand and speak English well.
  • Although the Czech Republic is a member of the European Union, the country uses Czech Koruna (CZK) as its currency instead of Euro.
  • The Czech Republic can be considered as expensive in comparison to other European countries in terms of general expenses such as accommodation or food.
  • Almost every shop, restaurant, and café accepts payments with credit or debit cards.
  • It is usually expected to leave %10 tip in restaurants and cafés in the Czech Republic.

Essential Numbers

Country Code: +420

Václav Havel Airport Number: +420 220 111 888

Official Tourism Information Number for Prague: +420 221 714 714

Emergency Number: 112


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