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Prague’s Ruzyna International Airport (airport code PRG) is 10 km from the city center and serves what was once the East European “it” country. Now you’re likely to find Prague’s old center as full of Western tourists as you are the streets of Paris or Rome – but Prague has managed to retain its Eastern charm. Ruzyna is a hub for Czech Airlines.
You’ll find a list of airlines serving Prague airport here, arrivals information here and departures information here. An overhead view of the airport is here, and you can click on the various terminal links on the left for more information about each. WiFi is available throughout the airport via T-Mobile (for a fee if you’re not a T-Mobile customer). There’s a luggage locker room available in the Terminal North 1 and 2 departure halls, where they also provide a baggage packaging service – the details are here (part of the Special Services). Your dining options are listed here by restaurant type, and you can do some last-minute shopping at these stores while you wait for your flight. To get to and from the airport, you can choose from any of these ground transportation options, including public transport and taxis. You can also rent a car from the agencies listed here.
More Information on Prague
Prague, or Praha as it’s locally known, is the capital of the Czech Republic. Its historic old center is hospitable to tourists, as the vast majority of the city’s sites are within walking distance. In fact, many visitors to Prague never venture outside the old town to the sprawling modern city beyond. That’s okay, because there’s enough to see and do in old Prague to keep you occupied for quite awhile.