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Find the cheapest flights and flexible date options to Prague, Czech Republic, Metropolitan Area Airport, PRG in 2023/2024 with FlightsFinder departing from Israel as well as the rest of the world. The GEO coordinates for Metropolitan Area Airport are 50.1008, 14.26, located in the country of Czech Republic. To find the cheapest flights to Prague simply enter the departure airport you wish to fly from and then choose your travel dates. The more flexible you are with your travel dates the cheaper your flight to Prague can potentially be. We give you the ability to look for flexible flights to Prague 3 days before and after your travel dates or if you prefer you can browse our powerful flexible flight calendar to see prices in the entire month or even the entire year of 2023/2024. Once you have identified the cheapest days to fly to Prague simply hit search and you will be presented with our meta-meta search® dashboard which enables you to search and compare the best flight aggregators side by side in seconds. Our research shows that by comparing multiple flight aggregators you are highly likely to save up to 20% off the price of your airline ticket to Prague. We search il.KAYAK.com, Skyscanner.co.il, momondo, Cheapflights, KIWI, Jetradar and others to make sure you get the best price possible. We recommend you compare at least 4 separate flight aggregators on our dashboard to be sure you are getting the best deal possible. Also on this page you will find average flight times and distances to Prague from popular Israeli Airports including Ben Gurion, Haifa, Ramon and more. We also list the best things to do in Prague, the weather in Prague, a map of Prague, some travel videos of Prague and most searched for flight routes to Metropolitan Area Airport PRG from popular Israeli airports.
Castle complex dating from 9th century
Iconic 14th-century structure with views
Oldest square in the historic center
600-year-old mechanical clock face
Shrine & home of national treasures
Gehry-designed tower with restaurant
Bustling city plaza & historic site
Graffiti covered wall inspired by Lennon
Old town hall & astronomical clock tower
378m cast-iron tower with viewing deck
Fortified medieval castle & exhibition
Quaint road with brightly painted homes
Remodeled medieval Gothic city gate
Venerable place with historical exhibits
Baroque church, ornate halls & a library
Hillside gardens & Petřín Tower views
Art nouveau venue for classical concerts
Gothic church topped by sharp spires
15th-century graveyard with many layers
Jewish history & high-end shopping
Hippos, elephants & Komodo dragons
Late Gothic palace with grand royal hall
Small island, home to an art museum
Complex containing the Baroque library
Gothic fortress with guided tours
Baroque replacement for 1283 church
Grand theater for ballet, opera & drama
Ornate, centuries-old religious landmark
Church founded around 920 & art gallery
TV tower with observatory & restaurants
Medieval to modern art in elegant museum
Exhibition on life in Communist era
Preserved buildings & Jewish artifacts
Large city park with wooded areas
Grand venue for landmarks & events
Museum & concert hall in old synagogue
Enduring concert hall & art gallery
Europe's oldest active synagogue
Pilgrimage site with a church & cloister
Gothic tower with a museum & scenic view
Palace, art museum, rococo, architecture, and history
Spacious place with lawns & city views
Museum to renowned 20th-century author
Baroque palace, home to the Czech Senate
Art museum for Mucha's art nouveau works
City square with notable buildings
Palace museum of 19th-century Czech art
Museum of modern art from central Europe
Transport history & astronomy displays
Museum dedicated to human sexuality
Lavish 19th-century opera/ballet theater
Historic synagogue with an exhibition
Senate gardens, with pools & statuary
17th-century Roman basilica-style church
Vinohrady bars & medieval Charles Square
Metronome sculpture & scenic viewpoint
Iconic sculpture of 15th-century martyr
Historic Cubist building with art & cafe
Sizable plaza with landmark structures
Burial ground known for the Slavin tomb
Nature reserve with hiking & swimming
Synagogue and history
Lively hotel & water park with dining
Composer museum in circa-1880s building
Historic, tree-filled park with ponds
Medieval town hall with a soaring tower
Art gallery set in medieval watchtower
Art & weapons in a royal building
Wooden maze with distorting mirrors
Serene green space with flowers & paths
19th-century museum of decorative arts
Synagogue, baroque architecture, judaism, history, and architecture
Art nouveau-influenced synagogue
Private palace with huge art collection
Historic street with varied architecture
18th-century terraced baroque garden
Big park with paths, ponds & play areas
Large museum dedicated to Lego modelling
Neo-Gothic church with ornate artwork
Historic urban market with local goods
Exhibitions, library, cafe & design shop
Bronze sculptures of political prisoners
Modern art in the Fair Trade Palace
Playful sculpture of the renowned writer
Museum with European art collection
Historical abbey & library with exhibits
Charming park with a fountain & a pond
Iconic statue of Saint Wenceslas
Medieval art museum in old monastery
Theater for family-friendly puppet shows
National memorial & museum with views
Charming square & entrance to the castle
Castle tower that was once a prison
City history & a 3D model from the 1800s
Main street with 19th-century buildings
Shiny sculpture that rotates & deforms
Baroque church with a mummified hand
Working Benedictine monastery & hotel
Botanical garden with vineyards & cafe
Sun, 3 Dec 2023
A popular holiday destination, Prague attracts many visitors with the hundreds of years of architectural beauty that remains unscathed by years of war. A captivating blend of Baroque, Gothic, Modern and Art Nouveau structures have stood the test of time and make for a fascinating journey through history. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this city, which resembles a museum set right on the streets, is a pleasure and a treat to visit on foot.
Stroll through Wenceslas Square and visit the many shops along the way, ending your journey at the National Gallery. Take in the Castle and the Cathedral up on the hill and view the city from high above and see the countless bridges that span over the Vltava River. Narrow lanes wind down to Old Town Square, crossing a web of cobbled streets and alleyways on the way.
You'll find the old Jewish Quarter where the clergy of the late 1300s encouraged the destruction of the district after accusing the Jews of desecrating the host that Easter. Almost everyone in this small section of town was killed. The Old New Synagogue of 1270 still stands.
For over a thousand years, Prague was the cultural and political heart of the Czech state. During a stint among the many important cities of Europe in the 1300s, Nové Mesto, or the New Town was built under rule of the king of Bohemia. But World War II brought the city behind the Iron Curtain, virtually closing it off to the world.
The past few decades have seen Prague regain if former glory, now drawing over four million tourists annually. They seek, find and relish the history, enchantment and romance of it all. It has even become a popular spot for those seeking exciting nightlife, aided by great beer and reasonable prices.
The oldest Gothic cathedral in Eastern Europe, St. Vitus Cathedral, Charles Bridge with its impressive towers, Jerusalemer Synagogue built in 1906, The Astronomical Clock, and the whimsy and imaginative Milunic and Gehry's Dancing House charm and delight visitors.
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Flights from Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel - Ben Gurion Intl Airport (TLV) to Prague (PRG) - The flight distance between these airports is 1,637 miles (2,635 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 4 hours 8 minutes.
Flights from Eilat, Israel - Eilat Airport (ETH) to Prague (PRG) - The flight distance between these airports is 1,782 miles (2,867 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 4 hours 27 minutes.
Flights from Ramon, Israel - Ramon Airport (ETM) to Prague (PRG) - The flight distance between these airports is 1,774 miles (2,855 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 4 hours 26 minutes.
Flights from Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel - Sde Dov Airport (SDV) to Prague (PRG) - The flight distance between these airports is 1,628 miles (2,620 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 4 hours 7 minutes.
Flights from Haifa, Israel - Haifa Airport (HFA) to Prague (PRG) - The flight distance between these airports is 1,597 miles (2,570 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 4 hours 2 minutes.
Flights from Ovda, Israel - Ovda Airport (VDA) to Prague (PRG) - The flight distance between these airports is 1,759 miles (2,830 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 4 hours 24 minutes.
Cheapest flight price found from Tel Aviv (TLV), Israel to Prague, Czech Republic (PRG): ₪374
Depart: 13 Jan 2024 · Return: 25 Jan 2024 Price found 30 Nov 2023, 11:41
Cheapest flight price found from Eilat (ETM), Israel to Prague, Czech Republic (PRG): ₪1,053
Depart: 20 Mar 2024 · Return: 23 Mar 2024 Price found 01 Dec 2023, 15:31