Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG) is the primary international airport in Prague, the capital of Czech Republic. There are 2 passenger terminals in the airport. The airport has many available facilities, including business room, VIP lounge, post office, moneychanger, restaurants, etc. There are also children’s corner, baby room and shower facilities. In addition, a food court can be found in Terminal 1. There is no other civil airport in Prague.
The airport is located 10.5 miles north of the city center. An average taxi ride from the airport to the city center should cost about 200 HKD.
Several airlines that serve the route from Hong Kong to Prague include Air France, British Airways, China Southern, Emirates, Finnair, Hainan Airlines, Jet Airways, KLM, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, SWISS and Turkish Airlines.
Hong Kong citizens can enter and remain in France without a visa for 90 days, given that their passports have a minimum validity of 6 months.
Prague is the largest city in Czech Republic, and the historical capital of Bohemia. It is renowned as the city with the lowest employment rate in the whole European Union. Being home to various cultural and historical landmarks that remained highly intact even after the destruction of wartime, Prague welcomes millions of tourists annually.
Some popular tourist spots in the city are:
Prague Castle: Dating back to the 9th century, this castle has been the place of residence of many generations of kings of Bohemia, Holy Roman emperors, and presidents of Czechoslovakia. Interestingly, The Bohemian Crown Jewels are secretly kept within the building, in a room whose location is unknown to the public. This castle is recognised by Guinness as the largest ancient castle in the world.
Charles Bridge: A well-known bridge that crosses the Vltava River, this bridge poses much historical importance. It was constructed under the rule of King Charles IV since the 14th century. It is the connecting bridge between Prague Castle and the Old Town. The bridge is delicately decorated with 30 statues in baroque style.
Old Town Square: This is a historical landmark that features many buildings with exceptional architectures, among them the most famous is the Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn. This is also home to Prague Orloj, the world’s most ancient medieval astronomical clock that is still functional.
Generally, Prague has an oceanic climate. Winter is commonly the driest season of the year, with a moderately cold air and an average temperature reaching 0 °C. Snowfall is often observed between November and March. Summers are warm with a lot of sunlight, and the average temperature is 24 °C. Heavy rains, together with strong storms, can occur during summer. In addition, Prague enjoys a lot of wind. Depends on your preference, you can visit Prague in winter to enjoy the sight of snowfall, or in summer to experience more pleasant temperature.
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