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Current Information and Recommendation for Passengers:

Information on the airport's and airlines' protective measures, testing and other important information for travelling can be found HEREAccording to the Czech Government regulation, please wear a FFP2 respirator when inside the airport. Thank you for protecting yourselves and those around you.

ALERT: Effective 5 April 2021, there are valid updates entry rules to Czechia when travelling from abroad. Read more HERE.

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

If you are flying from Prague, you can travel to the airport through different districts of the Czech Republic based on the exception for travelling outside the country. However, you must have an official form by the Czech Ministry of Interior together with a flight ticket reservation, a boarding pass or a confirmation of accommodation.



Russian Federation
Terminal 1 in Prague airport

The city of contrasts and omnipresent history

Decorated churches, stately buildings, ancient temples or hypermodern shopping centres – that is the breath-taking capital city of the Russian Federation, a place of many extremes which will keep amazing you.

Set out for a sightseeing tour of Russian architecture and visit the colourful Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed which is part of the world’s cultural heritage. The centre of both the city and the whole of Russia is considered to be Red Square, the main square in Moscow. You can find the greatest concentration of Russian history in the Kremlin itself, which is not only the presidential seat, but also a fortress, the churches and palaces of which breathe the history of the whole of Russia. Moscow also has many examples of modern architecture, including buildings such as the Stalin skyscrapers or the tallest TV tower in Europe and Asia.

Lovers of museums, theatres and literature will also enjoy this city. Take an enjoyable literary tour of the city – Pushkin House, A. P. Chekhov House, the Museum of Mayakovski, the avant-gardist, or the homestead of Lev Tolstoy. Visit the Bolshoi Theatre where Swan Lake and The Nutcracker premiered.

After a busy day you can have a rest in one of the many parks and gardens or try the local cuisine. Visit Kamergersky pereulok, where you can find restaurants with typical Russian cuisine as well as Italian and Japanese cuisines. Do not hesitate to visit the diversified Moscow: you will not regret it.