How to travel from London to Prague

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from London to Prague

You can get from London to Prague by train, bus or flight.

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To get from London to Prague on Sep 29 we recommend taking a flight because it’s the best combination of price and speed.

08:50AMLondon Gatwick Airport2h05 11:55AMPrague Vaclav Havel Airport
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05:50PMLondon Stansted Airport1h45 08:35PMPrague Vaclav Havel Airport
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01:25PMLondon Luton Airport1h55 04:20PMPrague Vaclav Havel Airport
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01:20PMLondon Heathrow Airport2h00 04:20PMPrague Vaclav Havel Airport
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Traveling from London to Prague

Prague and London are two of Europe's great cities, and there are numerous different ways to travel between them. Despite being thousands of kilometers apart, buses and trains are both viable options, with some attractive stopover destinations along the way as well as direct routes. However, flying is the fastest way to travel, and has become the main form of transport connecting the UK and Prague, with regular services from London's major airports.

Quick Guide to Prague

Must Know:

The main sites in Prague are all close together, so walking is the best way to explore the city. There is also a good tram network.

Must See:

Take a stroll along the famous Charles Bridge or take a boat trip down the river.

Must Do:

Join one of the free walking tours that depart several times a day from the center of town to learn about the history of the city.

Did you know?

The Petřín Lookout Tower is accessible via 299 stairs, giving tourists a spectacular view of the city.

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  • Return journeys are also available for Prague to London.
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Traveling from London to Prague

Trains

Booking train travel to Prague from London is simple, and the journey passes through some beautiful areas of central Europe. You will need to catch the Eurostar from London St Pancras, and change to a sleeper train in Cologne. Alternatively, you can transfer at Paris or Berlin, both of which make great stopover destinations. Eurostar services leave every hour, so finding a convenient departure should be easy.

Plane

Flying is the most popular option, and there is plenty of choice on the route to Prague. Operators include British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair, with departures from Luton, Gatwick, Stansted and Heathrow. Planes leave every hour throughout the week, and the journey takes just 2 hours, making flying the quickest way to travel to the Czech capital.

Buses

Direct bus services to Prague depart every day from London's Victoria Coach Station. The major operator on the route is Eurolines, who offer a daily departure from Victoria, leaving in the evening. The journey doesn't have any stops or changes along the way and arrives in the early evening in the Czech capital, with a journey time of about 20 hours.

How to Travel from London to Prague

Prague and London are two of Europe's great cities, and there are numerous different ways to travel between them. Despite being thousands of kilometers apart, traveling by bus is still a viable option, with some attractive stopover destinations along the way as well as direct routes. However, flying is the fastest way to travel, and has become the main form of transport connecting the UK and Prague, with regular services from London's major airports.

What is the best way to travel from London to Prague?

Cheapest way to travel from London to Prague

Overall, taking the bus is the cheapest way to travel between London and Prague. This is particulaly the case if you wish to leave your booking until the last minute as the price will not increase so dramatically the closer you booking to your date of departure. Direct bus services to Prague depart every day from London's Victoria Coach Station. The major operator on the route is Eurolines, who offer a daily departure from Victoria, leaving in the evening. The journey doesn't have any stops or changes along the way and arrives in the early evening in the Czech capital, with a journey time of about 20 hours. Although, cheap flights to Prague are also available providing you book far enough in advanced.

Fastest way to travel from London to Prague

The fastest way to travel from London to Prague is by taking a flight. Flying is the most popular option, and there is plenty of choice on the route to Prague. Operators include British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair, with departures from Luton, Gatwick, Stansted and Heathrow. Planes leave every hour throughout the week, and the journey takes just 2 hours, making flying the quickest way to travel to the Czech capital.

Most popular way to travel from London to Prague

Most travelers making the London to Prague journey who book with Omio choose to travel by plane. Flights depart from a varity of London Airport, including Heathrow, Stansted and Gatwick and arrive at Vaclav Havel.

Traveling from London to Prague

Booking train travel to Prague from London is simple, and the journey passes through some beautiful areas of central Europe. You will need to catch the Eurostar from London St Pancras, and change to a sleeper train in Cologne. Alternatively, you can transfer at Paris or Berlin, both of which make great stopover destinations. Eurostar services leave every hour, so finding a convenient departure should be easy.

Flying is the most popular option, and there is plenty of choice on the route to Prague. Operators include British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair, with departures from Luton, Gatwick, Stansted and Heathrow. Planes leave every hour throughout the week, and the journey takes just 2 hours, making flying the quickest way to travel to the Czech capital.

Direct bus services to Prague depart every day from London's Victoria Coach Station. The major operator on the route is Eurolines, who offer a daily departure from Victoria, leaving in the evening. The journey doesn't have any stops or changes along the way and arrives in the early evening in the Czech capital, with a journey time of about 20 hours.

How to get from London to Prague

The Best Way According to our Users

When it comes to choosing a method of transportation from London to Prague, 85,82% of our customers do not hesitate to choose the flight as their preferred way to travel. Nowadays, passengers who want to fly around Europe have more options than ever before. With dozens of budget airlines covering several routes which connect to virtually all European countries, taking a flight to reach your desired destination is easy and inexpensive. The low fares and the short flight time are, among others, some of the reasons why our users choose the airplane as the best way to get from London to Prague, even if they have to face baggage limitations and long lines at check-in and security control. You can book your flights with Omio to make sure you are always taking the fastest route or getting the best deal. You can also add extra luggage and book securely with several methods of payment such as Apple Pay, PayPal and more.

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FAQs

International travel from London, United Kingdom to Prague, Czechia is: Unrestricted.

Can I enter Czechia if coming from United Kingdom?

Entry into Czechia is currently allowed for: Entry is unrestricted for citizens and permanent residents of United Kingdom.

Am I required to self-quarantine upon arrival to Prague if traveling from London?

Conditions of entry:

  • There are no current restrictions

What measures do I need to follow in Prague, Czechia due to the pandemic?

All travelers in Czechia must observe the following coronavirus safety measures:

  • Social distance: metre (s) ( feet)
  • Face mask: Mandatory

The information above was last checked on 9/15/22; however, this can change before your date of travel so please make sure to review the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations   for your upcoming trip to Prague from London.

The restriction level for your return to London, United Kingdom from Czechia is: Unrestricted.

Is my journey back to London from Prague restricted?

Entry into United Kingdom is currently allowed for: Entry is unrestricted for citizens and permanent residents of Czech Republic.

Do I need to self-quarantine upon arrival in London from Prague?

Conditions of reentry into United Kingdom:

  • There are no current restrictions

What are the coronavirus safety measures I need to follow in London, United Kingdom?

You should observe these safety measures in United Kingdom as imposed by the government to reduce the spread of COVID-19:

  • Physical distance requirement: metre (s) ( feet)
  • Face mask requirement: Regional advice

This information about your return travel to United Kingdom was last checked on 9/25/22. We advise you to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your trip back to London from Prague closer to your date of departure here.

The distance from London to Prague is approximately 640 miles (1032 km).

Many of our customers traveling from London to Prague don't make Prague their final stop. Some of the destinations worth visiting after Prague are Berlin, Vienna or Budapest, either of which you could add to your trip itinerary. Check Omio for the best and cheapest ways to travel from Prague to any of these top destinations today!

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