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Prague, the Golden City on the Vltava river
Prague is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. The entire historic center was therefore placed on their World Heritage List by UNESCO. It is one of the oldest and largest cities in Central Europe with an unique and diverse architectural offer, one of its nicknames is "the city of the hundred towers". A gross underestimate, because Prague has no fewer than 550!
Flights to Prague & Last-Minutes Prague
Vaclav Havel Prague Airport is a modern and international airport located in the northwest of the city center. The airport is is an important thoroughfare to the city and the region.
Flights to Prague: Czech Airlines
Czech Airlines is the national airline of the Czech Republic. The airline was founded in 1923 and is therefore one of the oldest airlines in the world. Czech Airlines is home to Václav Havel Airport in Prague and flies to more than 50 destinations in Asia and Europe, including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Madrid, Paris, Rome, Moscow, Odessa and Seoul. Czech Airlines is a member of the SkyTeam airline alliance, which also includes KLM and Air France
Flights to Prague: Easyjet
Since Prague is a very popular citytrip destination in Central Europe, it is the destination of several low-budget airlines such as Ryanair and Easyjet.
From New York, Prague can be reached in 8 hours and 15 minutes. London has a flight time of 1 hour and 40 minutes. There are several airlines offering direct flights to this destination.
You can't ignore it when you visit Prague. The beautiful Gothic Charles Bridge has a very prominent place in this beautiful historic city. The bridge has a rich history that goes back at least 600 years. The particularly beautiful images of saints and religious scenes that adorn the bridge were once intended to get the people back into the church.
The Old Town Square
It is entirely right to call this old Town Square the center of the entire city of Prague. The square is no less than 9,000 m² in size and houses a town hall, palaces, St. Nicholas Church and many admirers. The clock tower in particular attracts a lot of interest and that is not unjustified.
The Prague Castle
The largest castle area in the world is located on the hill and the Hradĉany castle district. Pražský hrad Castle was built in the 9th century and is the largest castle in the world with a surface area of 7.5 ha.
Green / sustainable tips in Prague
Since the city center is listed as World Heritage, it is recommended to walk through it.