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Cheap flights to the Czech Republic

Few countries are able to pack so many jaw-dropping cultural and historic sites into such a small area as the Czech Republic does. Home to fairy tale castles, pastoral rural vistas, and perfectly preserved Medieval cities and towns, the Czech Republic is one of Europe's great tourist destinations. From the stunning Old Town Square of Prague to the traditional spa towns of Bohemia and the vineyards of Moravia, the Czech Republic is a country of storied lands and fascinating cities. With Price Alerts from Skyscanner you can be assured that you get a great deal on flights to the Czech Republic.

Best Time to Book a Flight to the Czech Republic

It's easy to find a great reason to visit the Czech Republic no matter what the season is. Spring, with its Spring Festival, is a particularly excellent time to visit Prague and the rest of the country. During the summer months the tourist crowds swell, but temperatures are usually comfortable (in the mid 20s) and everything will be open, including in the smaller, scenic spa towns. Autumn is a spectacular time to visit the vineyards of Moravia and the spa towns of Bohemia. Meanwhile, come December many towns and cities put on a beautiful Christmas Market, with the biggest and most famous setting up in Prague's gorgeous Old Town Square. To find the cheapest time to book your Czech Republic vacation, take a look at the Whole Month search feature from Skyscanner.

Airports in the Czech Republic

By far, the biggest and busiest airport in the Czech Republic is the Vaclav Havel Airport in Prague. Almost all flights destined for the Czech Republic fly to Prague, which has scheduled service to almost every European country as well as to China, Egypt, Dubai, South Korea and Tunisia. There is also seasonal service to Canada, the United States, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, and a handful of Mediterranean destinations. Brno Airport is the Czech Republic's second busiest airport (though in a far distant second) and has primarily seasonal flights to other European cities, particularly through low-cost airlines. Ostrava Airport, in the east near the Polish border, also has a handful of seasonal, low-cost flights, again exclusively to European destinations.

What to See and Do in the Czech Republic

Your visit to the Czech Republic will likely start in Prague, the country's capital and its biggest city. The historic city centre is one of the best preserved in all of Europe, with the Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, and the Astronomical Clock being some of the most impressive sights. On the other side of the river and overlooking the city is the Prague Castle, one of the largest castles in the world and the current seat of the Czech President. Prague Castle is also home to the stunning St. Vitus Cathedral.

Outside of Prague, Brno and Český Krumlov are two other cities with fantastically preserved historic centres. Karlovy Vary, meanwhile, is one of the country's most scenic spa towns. Pilsen is famed for its beer while South Moravia is where you will find a laid back lifestyle and scenic vineyards. The Czech Republic is a popular tourist destination, so be sure to book your hotel well in advance, especially during the high season and around popular holidays.

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