What safety measures are in place when I land at the airport in Prague?
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Is the Air-Rail Link currently operating to/from Birmingham International train station?
The Air-Rail Link is operating between the hours of 03:30 - 00:30.
What shops, bars and restaurants are currently open at the airport?
Most of our outlets are back open at the airport. Please click here for my information.
Should I arrive earlier at the airport than normal?
All passengers are encouraged to arrive at the terminal in line with the check-in opening times for their flight.
What can I expect in Prague?
Famed for its gothic architecture, nightlife, beer and rich history, there’s plenty for you to do in Prague. You’ll find historical buildings around every corner, an impressive square in the old town – arguably one of the most spectacular in Europe – and fairy-tale worthy gardens.
The city is relatively affordable, despite all these wonders. Basic accommodation will set you back on average £40 a night, while more premium stays can be around £90 a night. Going out and dining will also be relatively inexpensive, with a half pint averaging just over a pound.
What is the flight time to Prague?
The approximate flight time to Prague is 1 hour 55 minutes.
What is the weather like in Prague?
The best times to visit Prague are during the spring and early Autumn when the weather is mild and there are fewer crowds. Because of the city's generally chilly climate, the warmer summer months see the largest influx of tourists.
Why should I visit Prague?
The city of a hundred spires, founded in the 9th century, Prague is one of the oldest cities in Europe. It has been the centre of politics, culture and business for the Czech nation from its inception and its inhabitants are very proud of its history.
Beer is an integral part of the Czech culture. So much so that some restaurants offer beer taps in seating booths, so you can pour your own drinks! If you’re visiting in May, make sure you check out the Czech Beer Festival - with over 150 varieties of beer hailing from around the country for you to try.
The Vlatva River meanders through Prague, running under its many bridges and drawing a horseshoe around its industrial district. Why not hire a pedal boat to discover Prague from a unique point of view? Head to Josefov - Prague’s historical Jewish district - to discover the history of Europe’s Jewish culture. And while you’re there try a trdelník, a traditional Jewish-Czech pastry.