Even though Prague is connected via harbours in the North and Baltic Seas, public shipping connecting it with abroad is done by private sailings. In bad weather conditions the water level of the Elbe River on both the Czech and German sides makes it impossible during certain parts of season …Read More »
Transport, Getting There
Getting there by air. Most people travel to the city by air on one of the many daily low cost flights from Europe’s major cities.
By rail. Prices for rail travel are generally far more expensive than air travel and journeys may take much longer than by plane or car. Purchasing a rail pass or a ticket in advance can help minimise costs.
Getting around. Prague is a simple city to get around, especially in the centre, which is relatively small and compact. The best way is to take trams or just walk.
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