Affordable Flights to PRAGUE

From Malta to Prague
Starting from 69 EURO

With Affordable flights to Prague from Malta, discover the unique Bohemian history of this Czechian City. Book direct with Universal Air for great prices and availability.

Why Fly to Prague?

Flying from Malta to Prague presents an excellent opportunity for travellers to explore one of Europe’s most picturesque and historically rich cities. Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic is famed for its beautiful architecture, from Gothic and Baroque to Renaissance and Art Nouveau styles, making it a visual feast for visitors. The city’s compact size makes it perfect for exploring on foot, with major attractions like the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, and the Old Town Square being easily accessible.

In addition to its architectural allure, Prague offers a vibrant cultural scene, with numerous theaters, opera houses, and galleries. It also boasts a lively nightlife and a growing reputation for excellent cuisine, ranging from traditional Czech dishes to international fare. For those interested in history, Prague’s well-preserved Jewish Quarter and its museums provide deep insights into the rich history of the city and its people.

Moreover, flying from Malta to Prague with Universal Air ensures a comfortable and seamless journey, speedier boarding, comfy seats and a surprising amount of legroom making the trip enjoyable from the moment you board the plane. This makes Prague an ideal destination for both short breaks and longer stays, appealing to everyone from history buffs and culture enthusiasts to those simply seeking a change of scenery.

What to do in Prague?

Prague, often referred to as “the City of a Hundred Spires,” here are some must-do activities when visiting Prague.

Explore Prague Castle: Dominating the city’s skyline, Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world. It houses the Gothic St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, and the Golden Lane. A visit here offers a deep dive into Czech history and breathtaking views of the city.

Stroll across Charles Bridge: One of Prague’s most iconic landmarks, Charles Bridge offers picturesque views of the Vltava River and is adorned with a continuous alley of 30 statues and statuaries, most of them baroque-style, originally erected around 1700.

Visit the Old Town Square: The heart of Prague, this bustling square is surrounded by historical buildings, including the Old Town Hall with its famous Astronomical Clock, which draws crowds with its hourly show. The square is also a great spot for tasting local Czech street food.

Enjoy the local cuisine: Czech cuisine is hearty and flavorful. Try local dishes like goulash, svíčková (marinated beef with creamy sauce), and the famous Czech beer at a traditional pub.

Discover the Jewish Quarter: Known as Josefov, this area is rich in history and home to several important sites, including the Old-New Synagogue and the poignant Jewish Cemetery, which is one of the oldest surviving Jewish burial grounds in the world.

Take a Vltava River Cruise: A river cruise offers a unique perspective of Prague, passing by many of the city’s major sights while providing a relaxing way to see the city.

Watch a performance at the National Theatre: For a taste of local culture, attend a performance of opera, ballet, or drama at this beautiful historic theatre.

Venture up to Petřín Hill: For those who enjoy a bit of nature and great views, a walk or funicular ride up to Petřín Hill is a must. It’s topped with a miniature Eiffel Tower and offers expansive views of the city.

These activities showcase the diversity of Prague’s attractions, suitable for both first-time visitors and those returning who wish to explore deeper into the city’s charming streets and vibrant cultural life.

Flights to Prague

Starting 2 June, we are offering weekly flights to Prague, departing every Sunday and returning on Thursdays. The flight time from Malta to Prague is approximately three hours and forty minutes. Enjoy our consistent service throughout the year. Book your trip now and discover the history of Prague with Universal Air.

How to Book Flights

In order to get the best deals we recommend booking directly through flyuniversalair.com or you can download our mobile app or call our call centre on +356 212 55 212. Alternatively, you can book directly through your preferred travel agent or call our travel partner FCM Travel on +356 2345 6789.

What’s Included in your Air Fare

When you book a flight with Universal Air, you automatically receive a 15kg checked luggage allowance, as well as a 7kg cabin bag. Enjoy the convenience of selecting complimentary seats at the back of the aircraft or opt for paid seating of your choice and at the front of the aircraft for quicker boarding and disembarking. Additionally, take advantage of our buy on board service, offering a selection of food and drinks to enhance your travel experience.

Frequently Asked Questions on Prague

Where to stay in Prague

Prague offers a wide variety of accommodation options to suit different tastes and budgets. Here’s a guide to some of the best places to stay in Prague:
Old Town (Staré Město):
Luxury: Hotel Kings Court – A luxurious option right at the heart of Prague, close to the Astronomical Clock and other major sites.
Mid-range: Hotel Rott – Comfortably nestled near the Old Town Square, offering easy access to major attractions and charming rooms.
Budget: Hostel Homer – A budget-friendly hostel that is perfect for travelers looking to save money while staying close to the action.
Lesser Town (Malá Strana):
Luxury: Aria Hotel Prague – Known for its music-themed rooms and a rooftop terrace with stunning views of the city.
Mid-range: Hotel Pod Věží – Set in a peaceful location next to Charles Bridge, offering spacious and modern rooms.
Budget: Little Quarter Hostel – Located in the heart of the Lesser Town, this hostel offers a great mix of comfort and affordability.
New Town (Nové Město):
Luxury: Alcron Hotel Prague – Famous for its 1930s Art Deco style and a Michelin-starred restaurant.
Mid-range: NYX Hotel Prague by Leonardo Hotels – A hip and stylish hotel with unique art pieces and a vibrant atmosphere.
Budget: Czech Inn – A modern hostel that offers both dormitory beds and private rooms, known for its clean and contemporary design.
Vinohrady and Žižkov:
Luxury: Le Palais Art Hotel Prague – A boutique hotel housed in a beautiful Belle Époque building, offering luxurious rooms and top-notch services.
Mid-range: Hotel Taurus – Modern accommodations in a historic setting, located close to public transportation.
Budget: Clown and Bard Hostel – Known for its lively atmosphere and regular live music performances.
These neighborhoods offer a range of experiences, from the historical charm of the Old Town to the more laid-back vibes of Vinohrady and Žižkov. Each area provides unique advantages, whether you’re looking for nightlife, history, or a quiet retreat.

How Many Days in Prague

To fully experience the highlights of Prague and enjoy its atmosphere without feeling rushed, a stay of 3 to 4 days is ideal. This duration allows you to:
Day 1: Explore the historic core of the city, including the Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock, and the Jewish Quarter. Finish your day with a walk across the iconic Charles Bridge.
Day 2: Visit Prague Castle, spending time wandering through its various palaces, museums, and the stunning St. Vitus Cathedral. You could also explore the charming streets of the Lesser Town just below the castle.
Day 3: Dedicate this day to the New Town to see sites like Wenceslas Square, the National Museum, and the bustling shopping streets. You could also enjoy a performance at the National Theatre in the evening.
Day 4 (optional): Use this additional day to visit some of the city’s lesser-known attractions, relax in one of Prague’s beautiful parks, such as Petřín Hill, or take a day trip to nearby attractions, like the town of Kutná Hora or the picturesque Karlštejn Castle.
This itinerary allows for a balanced exploration of both the major sights and the more relaxed, local aspects of Prague, providing a deeper understanding and appreciation of the city.

Where is Prague in Europe

Prague is located in the central part of Europe and serves as the capital city of the Czech Republic. Geographically, it lies in the north-western part of the country on the Vltava River. Prague is centrally situated, making it a significant regional hub that is easily accessible from other major European cities. It is relatively close to Germany to the west, Poland to the north, Austria to the south, and Slovakia to the east, enhancing its position as a key city in Central Europe.

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Our flights to this enchanting city promise not only convenience but also comfort, ensuring that your journey begins the moment you board. Whether you’re planning to explore Prague’s rich history, stunning architecture, or vibrant cultural scene, Universal Air is your gateway to an unforgettable adventure. Book your flight today and discover why Prague is a treasure trove of experiences waiting to be explored. Let your journey begin with Universal Air – where your comfort and satisfaction are our priority.

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