All flights from North America to Prague
Welcome to Prague
Condor offers cheap flights to Prague from a range of American airports. Discover the magic of one of Central Europe's most beautiful cities with flights right into the heart of Prague from Los Angeles or Seattle to find out just why they call it "The Golden City". Prague has established itself as one of the premier European destinations in recent years, and with good reason.
Not only can Czech Republic's capital city boast a fascinating history that spans well over 1,000 years, but its vast array of centuries old churches, picturesque bridges, and Gothic architecture give the medieval city a fairytale atmosphere unlike anywhere else. First-time visitors often fall in love with its charm, and once you've walked the historic districts and stumbled upon the 1,250 year-old Prague Castle on a warm summer's evening, you might just fall in love too.
Travelers can book their cheap flights to Prague from a number of American airports, including Seattle, Minneapolis and Baltimore-Washington. The flight time between the United States and Prague is approximately 9 to 13 hours, depending on which airport you choose to fly from.
Once your flight lands in Prague you can travel to the city center via bus, coach, taxi, or rental car. Be aware that if you travel by bus you will need to change to the metro to reach the center, so consider taking the Airport Express coaches, which are available outside the terminal and will take you directly into the city. Once you're in the Old Town, most sights can be easily reached on foot. A rental car may be useful if you want to reach places of interest outside the city.
Top Attractions in Prague
The 15th-century bridge makes a romantic backdrop for an evening stroll. The bridge leads straight into the Old Town and offers breathtaking views of the Vitava River, Prague Castle, and many other architectural wonders. Take pictures, but don't forget to take in your surroundings firsthand.
Built in 870, Prague Castle is one of the world's largest and houses palaces, a monastery, a church, viewing towers, and, best of all, the sublime St. Vitus Cathedral. Today it serves as the office and residence of the President of the Czech Republic, but many areas remain open to visitors.
Old Town Square
Few places capture the cultural sophistication of European cities like a town square, and Prague's Old Town Square is truly a jewel in its crown. Here you can marvel at the 600-year-old Prague astronomical clock – the oldest working clock in the world – and the churches of Tyn and St. Nicholas.
Visit a Beer Hall
The Czech Republic is famous for its beer. Take part in a Czech tradition with travelers and locals alike in one of Prague's many beer halls. A local favorite is U Medvidku, a beer hall close to the old town that dates back over 500 years.
Take in the View
Prague may be picturesque from the ground, but wait until you see it from up high. Visit one of the tower viewing decks to find out why they call it "The City of a Hundred Spires". Prague's Old Town Hall tower offers one of the best panoramic views and even has an elevator. The magical sight of this medieval city from above will make you glad you chose a flight to Prague.