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How to get a ride from Prague Airport
Open your app to request a ride
When you’re ready to walk outside, open your app to request a ride. Choose the option that suits your group size and luggage needs.
Follow directions in the app
You’ll get directions to a pickup point directly in the app. Signs might also be available at the airport.
Meet your driver
Go to your assigned pickup location as specified by the app. Please note, this location may not always be at your nearest exit. If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
Prague Airport tips
Prague Airport wifi
Prague Airport offers free wifi to all passengers. To connect to the network: - Look for the prg.aero-free network - Connect to the network and open your internet browser
Prague Airport luggage storage
A baggage storage facility is located in the departure hall of Terminal 2, which is open 24 hours a day. A fee for storing your baggage can be paid with cash or card.
Prague Airport parking
Several parking options are available at Prague Airport, including express dropoff, short-term, long-term, and VIP, all of which are located within a few minutes’ walk of the terminals.
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Prague Airport visitor information
Václav Havel Airport Prague was inaugurated in 1937 and has since grown to be one of the most important airports in the Czech Republic, seeing more than 15 million passengers every year. A second terminal was added in 1968, and the airport now hosts nearly 70 airlines that fly to more than 160 international destinations. Prague Airport is located about 18 kilometers (11 miles) to the west of the center of Prague, making it about a 30-minute Uber trip away. It is also well situated for passengers traveling to nearby places such as Český Krumlov, Karlovy Vary, and Pardubice.
Prague Airport terminals
Prague Airport has 2 main passenger terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Terminal 1 is used for flights to countries outside the Schengen Area. Travelers to countries inside the Schengen Area will fly from Prague Airport Terminal 2.
Prague Airport restaurants
Whether you’re looking for a speedy breakfast, a leisurely lunch, or a business dinner, Prague Airport has many types of culinary options. Both terminals have a large selection of outlets offering quick bites on the go, including salads, sandwiches, baked goods, smoothies, fruit, fried chicken, burgers, and a selection of hot and cold drinks, including tea and coffee. If a sit-down meal is more your style, you’ll find great-quality restaurants serving a selection of world cuisine, including Mexican, European, and traditional Czech. Passengers can also take the opportunity to sample some of the tasty beer that the Czech Republic is famous for, as well as wines, spirits, and cocktails.
Prague Airport shops
As you might expect from such a stylish city, Prague Airport has a great selection of shops for those who like to indulge in a spot of retail therapy while waiting for a flight. Prague Airport duty-free offers products from top name brands at prices lower than on the high street, including perfume, aftershave, cosmetics, confectionary, tobacco, and a range of beers, wines, and spirits. Throughout both terminals are more stores where travelers can pick up clothes, toys, fashion accessories, jewelry, luggage, small electronics, and any last-minute travel items.
Prague Airport lounges
Passengers wishing to escape the crowds can make use of the lounges provided at Prague Airport. Terminal 1 hosts one lounge, and Terminal 2 hosts 2—and all offer a quiet place to relax or work before a flight. The lounges provide all-inclusive refreshments, television, wifi, a children’s corner, printing facilities, and showers. They can be accessed for a small fee payable on entry.
Services at PRG
Various services are offered to passengers traveling through Prague Airport, including currency exchange offices, a post office, and reading rooms with books and magazines. A relaxation zone can be found in Terminal 2, where passengers can rest in comfortable armchairs or stretch their muscles on an exercise machine. Parents traveling with young children will find a selection of playrooms, large-scale games, and family rooms that have changing tables, play equipment, and a microwave for heating food.
Prague Airport hotel options
Prague Airport has 3 hotels on-site, offering a convenient choice for travelers who have a long layover or an early-morning flight. More hotels are located in the areas surrounding the airport, with options to suit all budgets. If you aren’t in a hurry to reach the airport, the city of Prague is just a short Uber trip away and offers plenty of accommodations, from budget hostels to luxury hotel rooms.
Points of interest near Prague Airport
Prague, also known as the City of a Hundred Spires, is a UNESCO World Heritage site. From baroque architecture to old-world-style town squares, there is an enormous amount to see and do, including:
- Charles Bridge
- Letná beer garden
- Old Town Square
- Prague Castle
- Wenceslas Square
Find out more about PRG here.
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