HOW TO GET TO THE CZECH REPUBLIC: FLIGHTS AND AIRPORTS
Flights to Czech Republic: An air flight is the most convenient and fastest way to get to the Czech Republic. The largest airport in the Czech Republic is Prague-Ruzyne, located about 10 km from Prague. Other international airports are those of Brno, Ostrava and Karlovy Vary. The flag carrier of Czechia is Czech Airlines (CSA) which connects Prague with most of the European capitals and with the main cities of North America. Among the main airlines that have flights to Prague there are: Air France, British Airways, Alitalia, Tap Portugal, Iberia, Lufthansa, Emirates. There are many low-cost airlines that have connections to / from the Czech Republic with the main European cities. Among these they fly to Prague: Ryanair, EasyJet, Vueling, etc.
Other airports close to Prague that can be used to visit the Czech Republic are the German ones in Nuremberg and Munich, the Austrian airport in Vienna, the Wroclaw airport in Poland and the Bratislava airport in Slovakia.
HOW TO GET TO THE CZECH REPUBLIC: TRAINS
The Czech Republic is well connected with the rail networks of neighboring countries. The railway network of the Czech Republic covers almost 10,000 km. The main cities of the country are connected by excellent railway services.
HOW TO GET TO THE CZECH REPUBLIC: BUS
The Czech Republic has excellent international bus connections both with neighboring countries and with the most important capitals of the European continent. Excellent is also the service of connections between the various cities of Czechia. Among the companies with the best connections are Eurolines and Student Agency.
ACCOMMODATIONS, APARTMENTS, B&B AND HOTELS
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