Prague Airport Transfers
Situated at the north-west region of the country of the Czech Republic is its largest and capital city, Prague. Its temperate oceanic climate, with warm summers and chilly winters, is enjoyed by an estimated population of 2 million people. Prague is in fact Europe’s sixth most visited city. The city has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites since 1992, and it currently entertains over 4.1 million international visitors every year, arriving from the airport either by train, private car, public buses, or airport transfer. Prague is known for its political, cultural, and economic contributions to central Europe and in its 1,100 years of existence, it has become seat to two Holy Roman Emperors and earned the title of the capital of the Holy Roman Empire.
A visit to the city of Prague is never complete without going to its world-class museums. Prague transport can easily bring visitors to these landmarks which include the National Museum, The Museum of the Capital City of Prague, and the National Gallery. Tourists can also enjoy a variety of shows and events in this European center of culture through the hundreds of concert halls, galleries, cinemas and music clubs, and with the development of less expensive airlines in Europe, it has certainly become a popular weekend destination, where visitors can try the famous Czech beers and hearty cuisine. Prague plays host to the Czech Beer Festival which lasts for 17 days in the month of May. Over 70 brands of the best Czech beers can be tasted and enjoyed during this popular celebration.
The biggest airport in the Czech Republic is Prague’s own Prague Ruzyne Airport. The hub of the flag carrier Czech Airlines and that of the more affordable Smart Wings and Wizzair airlines can be found here. The airport is located about 20 kilometers from the city center and is connected by bus services to underground stations. Airport transfer options abound. The traffic situation in the city leads to the recommendation of using public transport or using a private transfer over riding a taxi. Tourists must always be aware that taxi drivers may try to charge too much from those who they know are not familiar with the regular rates. If there are no other choices aside from taking a taxi, try to negotiate a fair price before getting in. At the very least, tourists can be assured by pre-booking our Prague airport transfers, that offer one price for all Prague hotels, is a more convenient option. Such options are much safer than taxis which tend to overprice their services. Booking such a service ahead of time is advisable.