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Information for Passengers – travelling from/to the Czech Republic

Many protective measures have been set up at Václav Havel Airport Prague for several months. Departures and arrivals take place under strict hygienic conditions, which are to ensure the health and safety of passengers. We recommend to all passengers and visitors to wear face masks, to keep a safe distance from other people, to wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizers when inside the airport. Thank you for protecting yourselves and those around you.

We recommend all passengers also check protective measures of their airline and confirm the current conditions for entering the country to which they are travelling from Prague.

To review all conditions to travel to the Czech Republic, please visit the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic’s website

The current operational information and other updates from the airport can be found HERE.

The information on the prevention of the spread of coronavirus can be found HERE.




Terminal 1 in Prague airport

Gate to the Orient

This ancient city spreading across the border between Europe and Asia offers countless historic sights from various eras and cultures. This is Istanbul, formerly also called Constantinople or Byzantium.

Above all, you can look forward to a specific cultural mosaic containing the influence of both Christianity and the Orient. The most striking sights are Hagia Sophia, one of the world’s most beautiful sacral buildings, the Blue Mosque, the Basilica Cistern with the famous head of Medusa and the Topkapi Palace, home of the emperor, all completed with the stunning nature of the Bosporus strait which you can admire during a boat trip. Listen to the muezzin’s call summoning the faithful to prayer and visit breath-taking mosques with proud minarets.

Paradise for shopping fans

Here, you can find anything from traditional products at the Grand Bazaar, one of the world’s largest roofed marketplaces, to an evening dress from a luxury fashion shop.

After a challenging day, relax in the Turkish bath or hamam, which originated from the Roman bath, or dine out in one of the local restaurants. Turkish cuisine is the result of the influences of many cultures, offering a rich variety of tastes, diversity and balance. Try kebab or gözleme, large, thin flat cakes containing various spiced fillings.

Istanbul is worth a visit, no matter whether you prefer boat trips, exploring history, shopping at markets or strolling through the lanes of ancient cities.