= Cheapest round-trip flights
* Prices are round trip per person (conditions apply)
Flights from London to Prague are fast and convenient, allowing you to travel quickly. With ebookers, flying between the two cities doesn't have to be expensive. With our state-of-the-art booking engine, you can book cheap tickets, find bargain hotel rooms and reserve rental cars, and itâ€™s all in one place.
When you book a ticket with ebookers, we search flights leaving from all five of London's airports: London Heathrow, Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton and London City. In Prague, flights all land at the Prague RuzynÄ› International Airport, which handles over 11 million passengers each year. The airport is located about 20 kilometres from the city centre.
London and Prague are both important transportation hubs, and their airports are served by major international airlines. Because of the carrier competition, flight prices stay reasonable. The direct flight between the two cities lasts about two hours, but you can save money by allowing ebookers to search for flights with one or more stopover. Some of the airlines that fly from London to Prague are:
Prague airport is connected to the city centre by multiple public and private transportation options. If you can carry all of your bags by yourself, the cheapest option is to take a bus to the metro. Bus 119 runs to the Dejvicka metro station on Line A, and bus 100 runs to the Zlicin metro station on Line B. You can buy tickets on board the bus or from the machine outside the bus stop at the airport. For the metro, tickets are available from the electronic dispensers in the station. If you are traveling with several bags or if you arrive late at night, a taxi is the easiest way to get into the city, or you can book an airport transfer on the ebookers website.
Once you arrive in the city centre, it is easy to get around using the public transportation network. The tram system, which operates above ground, is an inexpensive way to get to the major sites in Prague. Trams are generally faster than taxis, particularly when traffic is heavy. The metro system is also a convenient way to travel.
In Prague, residents have managed to blend the historic and the ultramodern in a seamless, appealing manner. Contemporary statues stand next to buildings that are thousands of years old, creating an unexpected contrast. Many travellers head straight for the Astronomical Clock, which is mounted on the side of the Old Town Hall and has been in operation since 1490. Other historic sites in Prague include the Charles Bridge and the Prague Castle. If you'd rather let someone else take care of the details, check out the tours that ebookers offers. You can book them at the same time you buy your flights from London to Prague and manage all of the details in one place.