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One of Europe's grandest treasures, the beautiful city of Prague is more than happy to show numerous wonders, and filled with stunning architecture that can only be imagined by reading a fairy tale, you could spend an entire trip simply wandering the streets and gazing at the marvellous structures that surround you. This locale, however, is more than just a pretty face.
Home to such attractions as the Kafka and Mucha museums, the Black Light Theatre, and the Orloj Astronomical Clock, this city is often filled to the brim with tourists year round. Because of this, it is important to book in advance to get the best deal on flights to Prague.
Best time to travel to Prague
The climate from May through early September is beautifully warm and inviting. Crowds are especially solid during this period, but if you can find a good deal on flights, this is a wonderful time to go, as the city practically blossoms with sheer variety, such as the Spring festival in May and June, the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in July, and the Autumn festival in September.
Prague's shoulder season lands from March to April, then again in late September to October. These months tend to be cool, though they are also usually mild. Because of the pleasantly crisp weather, this is a great time to visit the Prague Castle and explore the Divoká Šárka nature park, then step inside the Kabinet cafe to warm up over a cup of hot coffee.
Though there are still stray tourists wandering the city, most flee the bitingly cold months of November through February. Although the weather is chilly, flights to Prague are inexpensive, making this a great time to explore the city's many indoor delights, like the Tyn Church, the Cross Club, and the Rudolfinum Theatre.
Prague Airport and transfer information
Prague Ruzyně International Airport (PRG)
Distance: 10km west from city centre
The public bus is one of the most inexpensive options for transport; however, to get a good deal, be sure to buy your ticket from a Public Transport kiosk. Taxis and shuttles are also available and convenient, but come with a higher price tag.
Online resources for your travel to Prague
The Portal of Prague offers details on attractions and events, accommodation, dining, and transport.
http://www.safetravel.govt.nz/destinations/czechrep.shtml The Safetravel website gives useful travel information and important nearby contacts.
http://www.prg.aero/en/ The Prague Ruzyně International Airport provides details on flights, in-airport facilities, and ground transport.