Trains are 60% more expensive in Paris than in Prague.
The average meal is 50% more expensive in Paris than in Prague.
Taxis are 140% more expensive in Paris than in Prague.
Coffee is 24% more expensive in Paris than in Prague.
The Czech Republic's capital, Prague, is an important economic centre for the country and is home to over a million people. It is also where you will find Vaclav Havel Airport Prague, the primary air transport hub of the city. Prague Airport serves over 13 million passengers annually with 65 airlines flying to 145 destinations. Its excellent location also attracts business from nearby countries such as Germany and Austria. For the convenience of passengers, the airport offers an array of restaurants and shops as well as VIP services and lounges. The Rest & Fun centre located in Terminal 1 provides passengers with a comfortable area to work, rest and play at a reasonable cost.
There are several ways to access Prague airport from the centre of the city. One method is to take a taxi from your hotel or arrange for a shuttle to collect you and drop you off at the airport. If you intend to take public transport, bus lines 119 and 100 will take you to Prague airport. You can board either one at the Nadrazi Veleslavin or Zlicin metro stations. For those who have taken advantage of the "Train plus Airport Express" package, board the Airport Express bus once you disembark at the Central Railway station in the city. You can also drive your rented vehicles to the airport.
There are lots of great reasons why Paris is the most-visited city in Europe. The moment you step out of your hotel, there is a distinct air of life in the city, from cafes filled with people chatting and relaxing to visitors flocking to points of interest. Visit incredible museums, stroll along the banks of the River Seine or admire towers and arches. Shoppers will find it hard to resist window shopping at upscale fashion houses or browse through open markets. As soon as the sun sets, take your time as Paris takes on another life with show venues, bars, restaurants and clubs opening their doors for guests to savor the Parisian lifestyle.
Travelers booked on flights from Prague to Paris will arrive at Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) or Paris-Orly Airport. CDG is located 25km north of Paris. To go to the centre, take trains (RER B and SNCF Main Lines), buses (Le Bus Direct lines 2, 3 and 4 or the Roissybus) and coaches. It is also possible to organize shuttle transfer services. Taking a taxi to Paris city is the easiest way to go to your hotel. If deplaning at Orly Airport, you can use trains (RER B and C and Tramway 7), buses (Le Bus Direct lines 1 and 3 and Orlybus) and taxis. The airport is only 7km south of Paris.
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