Cheap Flights from Cardiff to Prague (CWL - PRG)
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- Tue 18 FebCWLPRGTue 25 FebPRGCWLKLMIndirectfrom £140
- Wed 19 FebCWLPRGWed 26 FebPRGCWLKLMIndirectfrom £143
- Sun 9 FebCWLPRGWed 12 FebPRGCWLRyanairIndirectfrom £146
Flight information Cardiff to Prague
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Average flight time, total distance 773 miles
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Frequently asked questions
There are a number of airlines offering flights from Cardiff to Prague, including KLM, Iberia and Air France. There are no direct cheap flights from Cardiff to Prague, but travellers still have a wide range of flights to choose from with one or two stops.
Skyscanner helps you find cheap flights from Cardiff to Prague that suit your schedule. The journey will begin at Cardiff Airport (CWL), the busiest airports in Wales. People flying from Cardiff to Prague will leave from the main terminal building, which has a number of great facilities.
Passengers can dine at cafes like Caffi Cwtch and a number of bars, or go for a last-minute shopping spree at the duty-free shops. Travellers going from Cardiff to Prague will land at Prague Airport (PRG), an international airport just 7 miles west of the city centre.
Prague Airport offers a number of transportation options. Bus routes run from the airport to the city centre multiple times per day. Taxis and car rental are also available.
What Is the Weather Like in Prague?
Prague has cold winters and temperate summers. Temperatures average 18 °C in July and dip down to just below zero in January. Many travellers enjoy seeing Prague in the springtime when the city is sunny and warm. As the city is known for its holiday festivals, though, some travellers brave the cold weather and visit in the winter. Cardiff natives won't have to adjust to the weather much as Wales experiences similar annual temperatures.
What's the Best Way to Get Around Prague?
There are a number of ways to get around Prague city centre. Travellers who brought their walking shoes may want to see the city on foot as Prague is relatively compact. The city also boasts a reliable public transportation system composed of trams, buses and metros. To get around the city, travellers are advised to take trams, which offer a picturesque view of Prague. For longer journeys, the metro system is a good choice.
Is There a Time Difference Between Cardiff and Prague?
There is a one-hour time difference between Cardiff and Prague, so people taking flights from Cardiff to Prague won't have to deal with terrible jet lag. Simply turn your watch an hour forward and start exploring the city.
What Should I Eat and Drink in Prague?
Traditional Czech food ranges from sauerkraut to apple dumplings. Travellers can find local staples at pubs, restaurants and beer gardens. For breakfast, try a thin Czech pancake, known as palačinky. Chlebíčky is a good lunch option; this tasty open-faced sandwich is topped with eggs, pickles and cucumbers. Try grilované klobásy for dinner. These grilled sausages feature traditional Czech spices.
Travellers on a budget won't have to look too hard to find affordable dining options. As Prague houses plenty of students, there's always a college bar or café around the corner. Beer connoisseurs should make sure to sample a Czech-made brew while in the city. Pilsner Urquell is the most famous brewery in Prague, but there are also plenty of up-and-coming microbreweries.
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