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Departure Tue, 21 04 2020 Return Tue, 28 04 2020
EDI Edinburgh
PRG Prague
return from £53
Departure Mon, 20 04 2020 Return Fri, 24 04 2020
GLA Glasgow
PRG Prague
return from £107
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Exchange rate
1.00 GBP = 31.7 CZK
British Pound Sterling Czech Republic Koruna
1 CZK = 0.04 GBP
Last checked on 05 April 2020
Local, one-way ticket

Trains in Prague are 70% cheaper than in Glasgow.

Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Prague is 60% cheaper than a meal in Glasgow.

Standard daytime start rate

A taxi fare in Prague is 58% cheaper than in Glasgow.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee in Prague is 34% cheaper than in Glasgow.

( Glasgow airports
  • ? Turnhouse (EDI)
    How far from city centre: 35 miles
  • ? Glasgow Scotland (GLA)
    How far from city centre: 1 miles
  • ? Prestwick (PIK)
    How far from city centre: 29 miles
) Prague airports
  • ? Ruzyne (PRG)
    How far from city centre: 8 miles
  • ? Vodochody (VOD)
    How far from city centre: 9 miles
L Distance: 871 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Glasgow to Prague

How long is the flight from Glasgow to Prague?

Direct flights from Glasgow to Prague take 2 hours and 30 minutes. If you choose to make a stopover, the trip will take longer.

What are the most common stopovers?

There are a few options for breaking up the journey from Glasgow to Prague, both in the UK and in continental Europe. The most common stopover cities include Amsterdam, London, and Dublin.

What documentation do I need to fly to Prague from Glasgow?

British passport holders do not need a visa to travel to the Czech Republic, no matter the purpose of their visit. However, a passport that is valid for the entire duration of your stay in Prague is required.

Is there a time change from Glasgow to Prague?

Prague is in the Central European Time zone, which is one hour ahead of UK time.

Which airlines fly from Glasgow to Prague

There is only one airline offering a direct flight path from Glasgow to Prague. If you opt for a flight with stopovers however, the choice of airline is considerably wider.

  • Jet2, UK based budget airline offering direct flights from Glasgow to Prague.
  • KLM, long-established Dutch airline, stopover in Amsterdam Schipol.
  • Easyjet, British budget airline, stopover in London.
  • British Airways, UK flag-carrier company, stopover in London.

How to find cheap flights from Glasgow to Prague

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When are the best times to fly from Glasgow to Prague

  • April and May are two of the best months to visit Prague, and enjoy memorable city trips here. The weather is mild, ideal for sightseeing. The city is also less crowded than during the summer. Therefore, the prices for flights and accommodation are more affordable during these spring months.
  • October is another good option for those who don't mind cooler weather. Temperatures in October are generally around 13°C, with an average of only five wet days throughout the month.
  • December is the time for atmospheric Christmas and New Year celebrations in Prague. Wrap up warmly and join the locals for the spectacular firework displays on December 31st.

Airports in Glasgow

Glasgow has one main airport with departures to Prague. Glasgow International is Scotland's second busiest airport, offering both domestic and international flights.

Useful information about Glasgow International Airport

Glasgow International Airport (GLA) is 10 miles west of the city centre. It is just off the M8 motorway for easy connections to the rest of the country.

How to get to the airport:

  • By bus – Airport Express Bus service runs hourly from Buchanan Street Bus station in the city centre. About 15 minutes.
  • By car – leave the M8 motorway at J28 if driving from the city centre. Long and short term parking on site. 10 to 30 minutes, depending on traffic.
  • By taxi — around 20 minutes from the city centre. Travel time varies depending on traffic.
  • By train – trains run from Glasgow Central station to Paisley Gilmour Street, where you can catch a 757 bus to the airport. 30 to 45 minutes.

Services: retail outlets, fast-food, restaurants and coffee shops before and after security, cash machines, one hour of free Wi-Fi throughout the terminal, kids' play area, meeting rooms, and foreign currency exchange.

Airports in Prague

Prague has one main airport, serving both domestic and international flights.

Useful information about Prague Airport

Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG) is around 12 miles to the north-west of Prague city centre. It is the main airport in Czechia.

How to get into Prague from the airport:

  • By bus – 100 or 119 bus to the city centre, with connections to the underground network along the way. 20 minutes to the nearest metro station, 40 to 45 minutes to the city centre.
  • By train – Airport Express service runs directly to the city centre and the main overground train station every 30 minutes between 6.30am and 10pm. Journey time 35 minutes.
  • By taxi — taxis await outside the arrivals gates of both terminals. Travelling time 20 - 45 minutes, depending on traffic.

Services: Retail outlets including pharmacy, post office, and duty free. Showers, baby changing rooms, viewing terrace, free Wi-Fi connection, conference rooms, cash machines, and foreign currency exchange.

What to do and visit in Prague

  • Walk across the famous Charles Bridge over the Vitava River.
  • Explore Prague Castle, the largest medieval castle in the world.
  • Wander the streets of the historic Mala Strana district.
  • Have a coffee in the elegant surroundings of the Old Town Square.
  • Take some time to relax in Wallenstein Garden.
  • Try the local specialities, such as roast pork dumplings, sauerkraut, and spiced gingerbread biscuits.
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