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Prague, Václav Havel Airport (PRG), Czech Republic

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Facilities & infrastructure


There are several bureaux de change and numerous ATMs within the main terminal complex.


A post office is located in the corridor connecting Terminals 1 and 2. Internet access via Wi-Fi is available in the terminals, free of charge.


Dining facilities are available for passengers in the public and transit areas of Terminals 1 and 2, in the departures areas, and in the transit halls. There is a wide selection of bars, cafés and restaurants from which to choose, from wine bars serving small dishes to fast-food outlets.


There are more than 70 shops at the airport, including gift shops and duty-free outlets. Specialist retailers include a watch and jewellery shop, designer clothes boutiques and shops selling Czech-made crystal items.


A lost property service (tel: +420-220/11 75 91) is on hand for enquiries in the arrivals hall. Oversized baggage shipping and baggage wrapping services are available in the check-in areas.


A 24-hour medical service and a pharmacy are available on-site. There are children’s play areas in both terminals, as well as baby change facilities and dedicated rooms for parents and their children.

Conference & Business

There are a number of airline and members lounges equipped with a range of communication and business services. Conference facilities seating up to 300 people can be found in the building connecting Terminals 1 and 2.

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    Prague Airport is accessible to disabled passengers and assistance can be requested in advance (tel: +420-220 111 220). Passengers should also inform their airline of their requirements prior to travel. Parking is free for disabled passengers upon presentation of a valid disabled badge; reserved spaces are available in the multistorey car park.

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    General information

    Airportcode: PRG

    Number of Terminals: 3


    Information desks are located in all terminals. A desk in the Terminal 1 transit area provides information and instructions on connecting flights. Interactive tourist information kiosks are situated in the customs areas.

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    Visa & Immigration

    IATA Travel Centre

    The IATA Travel Centre delivers accurate passport, visa and health requirement information at a glance. It is a trusted, centralized source for the latest international travel requirements. The IATA Travel Centre is the most accurate source available because it is based on a comprehensive database used by virtually every airline, and information is gathered from official sources worldwide, such as immigration and police authorities.

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    Getting around

    Public Transport

    The city has an efficient and affordable public transport system, with a metro network complementing its numerous trams and buses. The metro comprises three different lines and runs from 5am until midnight daily, and trams and buses operate on similar hours. There’s also a funicular, which journeys up Petrin Hill.


    Taxis in Prague have something of an unfortunate reputation for being unscrupulous, but if you take an official cab you shouldn’t have much to worry about. Try booking through AAA Taxi (; Tel: +420-222 333 222), City Taxi (; Tel: +420-257 257 257) und Taxi Praha (, Tel: +420-222 111 000).


    Hotels in Prague


    With so many international visitors passing through, it’s no surprise that Prague has a hefty selection of hotels – some of them utterly spectacular.

    Those in the Old Town or Mala Strana are generally the most sought after.

    Alchymist Nosticova Palace

    Nosticova 1
    118 00 Prague
    Czech Republic
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    Category: Luxurious

    This 16-room boutique hotel in a 17th-century palace is located in the best part of the Lesser Quarter, close to Maltese Square (Maltézské náměstí), and boasts an opulent interior and first-class service.

    Aria Hotel

    Trziste 368/9
    118 00 Prague
    Czech Republic
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    Category: Luxurious

    There’s old-style luxury on offer at this classical music-influenced, 51-room hotel.

    Hotel Golden City Garni

    Táboritská 3
    130 00 Prague
    Czech Republic
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    Category: Moderate

    This hotel in Žižkov, close to the television tower and the National Monument on Vitkov Hill, has rooms and apartments for families and business travelers, as well as a conference room and a parking garage (costs extra).

    Hotel Amadeus

    Dalimilova 10
    130 00 Prague
    Czech Republic
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    Category: Budget

    A basic, quiet hotel within reach of the Old Town and city centre.

    Hotel Astra

    Mukařovská 1740
    100 00 Prague
    Czech Republic
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    Category: Budget

    The rooms and suites of this hotel are clean and very reasonably priced. Quietly situated in Strašnice district, it is around 500 meters from Skalka subway station and a 12-minute journey from downtown Prague. Parking is available free of charge.