The Czech capital has become one of Europe's top destinations for Brits to visit. With the amount of frequent flights from all over the UK to the city's main airport, Vaclav Havel International Airport, it's easy to see why. Major airlines serving Vaclav Havel include easyJet, British Airways and Lufthansa, but flights arrive from all over Europe on a daily basis. Cities linked to Prague by flying include London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Rome and Barcelona to name a few.
London, Liverpool, Manchester, East Midlands Airport, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Bristol Airport all offer direct flights to Prague during the height of the tourist season.
For the best price it's best to search 12 weeks prior to the desired departure date. Any time before 12 weeks the price remains stagnant.
Low-cost airlines such as easyJet tend to be the best airline to fly with for the cheapest price.
The most expensive months to fly to Prague is usually December and July. The cheapest time for flights to prague is usually October.
For the most budget-efficient price it's best to fly on a Wednesday to the Czech capital.
Prague airport is located around 10 miles west of the city. After touching down in Prague, catching the bus is the most popular route into town. Visitors can take buses directly to Prague's main train station, or local buses 100 and 191 to other parts of town. Bus 191 also allows passengers to quickly link up with the Prague Metro.