The capital city of Czech Republic, Prague, is renowned for its spread of quaint baroque buildings.
Trains in Prague are 55% cheaper than in Berlin.
A meal in Prague is 23% cheaper than a meal in Berlin.
A taxi fare in Prague is 62% cheaper than in Berlin.
Coffee in Prague is 15% cheaper than in Berlin.
There are two main airports serving the city of Berlin: Tegel and Schönefeld. There are over 50 major airlines operating in these airports including low-cost carriers. One of the useful services offered at Tegel Airport that may be of benefit to you is the baggage wrapping, which assists in sealing your fragile luggage with plastic to ensure better protection and security during transit. There are several direct flights from Berlin to Prague and connecting flights are linked via Frankfurt, Copenhagen and Munich. From Tegel Airport, the flight time to Prague is never more than an hour.
Berlin Tegel Airport and Schönefeld Airport are easy to access from the city centre. To use the local transport option to access the airport, you can join the X9 JetExpressBus which follows the Zoologischer Garten – Jungfernheide route to the airport or the 128 bus, which starts at Berlin U-Bahn station, continues to Franz-Neumann-Platz, Kurt-Schumacher-Platz and ends at the airport.
From Schönefeld Airport, you can take an S-Bahn train from the city centre to the airport railway station. If your flight is an early one, it would be safer to call for a taxi pick-up to avoid delays. However, taxis are readily available on the streets and you can just flag one down.
Intersected by the Vltava River, Prague will amaze you with its gothic ambiance and the Renaissance architecture spread throughout the city. The Old Town Square is a popular spot for tourists and you will do well not to ignore it during your visit.
Prague Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage site and it has been in existence for over a thousand years. It gives you the opportunity to marvel at the different architectural styles and step back into history. If you love the theater, opera or ballet, the National Theater in Prague is a must for you.
Václav Havel Airport Prague is located around 17km north of the city. There are varied options for travel to get to the city centre. You can use the buses, but you should ensure you get on the one that links you to the metro station that is closest to your final destination.
Bus No. 119 operates from the airport to Dejvicka metro station where you can connect to the stations in Lesser Town and Old Town which are the busiest areas in the city. There is also the Airport Express Bus which runs from the airport to Hlavni Nadrazi, Prague's main train station, located in the city centre.