Ever dreamt of Prague? We have found you a cheap flight deal to Prague from Liverpool in March, We have a few more cheap flight deals from Liverpool and London Stansted further down the page allowing you to be more flexible, but save money!
Return flights from London Stansted to Prague from only £38!
Flights from Liverpool on the 12th of March
1 hour and 50 minute flight to Prague airport
Return flight on the 15th March from Prague airport
2 hour flight to Liverpool airport UK
Flights include 10kg hand luggage allowance per person
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Flights from Liverpool operated by Ryanair
Flights from London Stansted operated by EasyJet
Upgrades and extras available on all flights
All flights include 10kg hand luggage allowance per person.
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Five things to do in Prague
For the best views in Prague, visit Petrin Hill. Petrin Hill is almost 130 meters above the banks of the Vltava River and is also surrounded by parks perfect for a leisurely afternoon stroll. To get an even higher view of Prague then we suggest climbing the Petrin lookout tower, which strongly resembles the Eiffel Tower in Paris. You can either brave the stairs or take a lift to the top.
4- Prague Castle
According to the Guinness book of records, Prague Castle is the largest coherent castle complex in the world, occupying an area of 750,00 square feet. Within the castle walls, you will find many historical buildings, museums and galleries. No wonder why Prague castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Prague's top tourist attractions.
3-The Night Life
When you think of Prague's nightlife you probably think of 3 things, Cheap beer, loads of clubs and Stag and Hen do's. Now I’m not saying that's a bad thing, it's a great thing that makes Prague a party city, but if you want something different, then Prague has that too. Prague has many jazz clubs, wine bars and newly cleaned up pubs to keep you satisfied on your evening out.
2- Old Town Square
The Old Town square is Prague's centrepiece. Here you will find looming over the square, the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn. This Gothic church has two 80 meter high towers which are topped by four small spires making it look like something out of a fairytale. Try to visit the church to witness this spectacular architecture. Also in the square is the Astronomical Clock located on the Old Town Hall. The Astronomical Clock is the third oldest in the world but also the oldest Astronomical clock still in operation. Every hour hundreds, sometimes thousands gather to witness the clock in action.
1- Charles Bridge
Charles Bridge is easily the most famous bridge in Prague, probably the world. This 520 meters long stretch of medieval beauty sits low on the river Vltava. Charles bridge can get extremely crowded due to its popularity, but we suggest witnessing the sunrise on Charles Bridge, two positives to this are, you will get Charles Bridge all to your self, and two you will get the perfect postcard photo for your holiday album.