Prague is adorned with prehistoric architecture, never-ending cobbled streets and welcoming cafes.
Trains are 176% more expensive in Prague than in Istanbul.
The average meal is 57% more expensive in Prague than in Istanbul.
Taxis are 192% more expensive in Prague than in Istanbul.
Coffee is 27% more expensive in Prague than in Istanbul.
Istanbul Atatürk Airport is the major international airport serving the largest city in Turkey, and it is located approximately 24km west of the city centre. Sabiha Gökçen International Airport is the secondary airport, which also caters for several major airlines. The two airports serve millions of passengers from all over the world. Atatürk Airport consists of two interconnected passenger terminals and other advanced facilities. When booking flights from Istanbul to Prague, you may depart from either Atatürk Airport or Sabiha Gökçen Airport. However, the majority depart from Atatürk, with an average flight time of about 2 hours 40 minutes.
Due to the distance between Atatürk Airport and the city centre, transportation is easy and efficient. The Metro line M1 runs from several stops in the city including Taksim, Yenikap? to Atatürk Airport metro station. The private Havatas shuttle bus services run between central locations and Atatürk. If you are flying from Sabiha Gökçen Airport, you can take a Havatas shuttle bus from Taksim Square in Beyo?lu. Alternatively, you can opt for a taxi ride from your location to the airport. You can also opt for a private transfer, which may be more expensive when compared with other transport options but quicker and more comfortable.
Prague is steeped in rich culture and history and is a city that offers something for everyone. The beautiful city is bursting with prehistoric castles, architectural significance, picturesque cathedrals and old bridges. The city features several amazing attractions including museums and the Old Royal Palace. The city is incredibly reputed for its beer heritage, and you should visit Prague Beer Museum and Bohemian Craft Beer Tasting for a taste of their selection. Take a stroll around the Old Town Square, and enjoy the views of the city, including the medieval Astronomical Clock, which adorns the Old Town City Hall's southern wall. If you are a food lover, you shouldn't miss the traditional Czech food.
Getting into Prague from Václav Havel Airport, which is about 10km from the city centre, is easy. You can get to the city in no time via bus, rail or taxi. The Airport Express runs from the airport to the main train station in the city. If you plan to explore every nook and corner of the city and beyond, there is nothing as amazing as the freedom of your own ride. There are several major car rental companies at the airport including Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Budget and Sixt. They have booths at the airport and you can hire a car based on your preference and budget.