Getting
to Prague

Discover What You Need for Travel

travel

travel documentation

Traveling takes preparation and planning. Knowing what documents you need to travel is the beginning of an experience of a lifetime!

Documents For Your Trip​

The following documents will be needed for travel to Europe / Czech Republic:

  • Passport / VISA (If visa is necessary from your country)
  • Vaccination Documentation (COVID-19 and others)
  • International License (If you are renting car)
  • Hotel Reservation Confirmation
Don't Forget Your Travel Documents​

Embassy or Consulate

 **Check with your country's Embassy, Consulate, or Travel Bureau (Department of State) for all travel documents or immunization records necessary for your destination! Also check the travel websites for your destination.** 

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Booking your Trip​

When booking your tickets to Prague, you need to look at special sections of your booking window to determine some essentials for a comfortable flight. In the graphic below, roll over the check marks to see the answers to the questions below.

  • How long is the flight?
  • Is your flight 1+ days?
  • Is it one airline or multiple airlines?
  • Where is the layover?
  • What airlines are you flying?
What To Look For When Buying Tickets​

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See An Example of a Search Result From a Travel Site

COMFORT

It's all about the comfort!

When booking your ticket from a site like Kayak, Orbitz, or Expedia, there are a few things to consider. For comfort’s sake, the shorter the trip, the less you have to sit in airport lobbies or an airline lounge (Although they are pretty comfortable).

Your flight with layovers can range from a few hours to sometimes two or even three days! On some booking sites, you may see a fantastic deal on a flight with a lower price to entice you to book it! BE CAREFUL! Pay attention to the number of hours, or the number of days it may take to get your destination!

layover

is a layover a bad thing?

Depending on how many hours you have for your layover, you may have the opportunity to experience another country or a fabulous new city! There are several things to remember if you decide to venture out.

  • If you decide to explore, you will have to go through security again when you return.
  • If you have a multiple airline ticket, you will have to go to baggage claim, retrieve your luggage from your current flight and then recheck your bags on your new airline at least two hours before your next departure.
  • If you are willing to go through these steps, you may get to see two countries for the price one! Happy exploring!

Remember that you will always have to go through Customs and Immigration when entering your first country of origin.

airlines

Multiple airlines

When booking your flight, check to see if you are booking a multiple-airline experience. (It will be an experience) This type of ticket will include but may not be limited to the following steps:

  • Deplaning (Getting off the airplane)
  • Going through Customs and Immigration
  • Going to baggage claim to retrieve your luggage
  • Re-checking your baggage for the connecting airline
  • Returning through security

Another thing to consider is that depending on which airline you are transferring to, their check-in desk may not open until 2 or 3 hours before your next flight. Remember, you will always have to go through Customs and Immigration when you arrive in your stop-over country

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