Getting to the Czech Republic these days is quick, easy and most importantly affordable. There are many different airlines and coach companies who provide routes to the Czech Republic. The following airlines provide direct flights to Prague from a wide range of UK Airports and coaches are available from London - Victoria. The approximate Flying time is about 1.5 to 2 hours depending on your departure airport. There are 3 bus services departing London - Victoria and take about 16 hours. Or alternatively you can fly with RyanAir into Erfurt or Leipzig airports and take a hire car from the airport for your use during your visit. The distance from Erfurt and Leipzig to Frantiskovy Lazne is about 200Km / 125 milies.

1 British Airways Heathrow/Gatwick/Stanstead Airports
1 British Midland East Midlands Airport
1 Czech Airlines Heathrow/Standstead Airports
1 EasyJet Stanstead/Bristol/Birmingham Airports
1 FlyBe Southampton Airport
1 Jet2 Leeds Bradford Airport
1 Thomson Fly Doncaster Sheffield Airport
1 Aer Lingus Dublin Airport
1 Ryan Air Dublin and Stansted Airports to Leipzig/Altenberg (Germany)
1 Smart Wings Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris and Zurich Airports

1 Ceske Drahy (Czech Trains)
1 British Rail
1 Deutsche Bundesbahn

1 Capital Express
1 Eurolines
1 Kings Court Express
Or alternatively you can drive to the Czech Repulic from the UK, with crossing available from Dover, Folkstone, Felixstow, Harwich and Hull.
Route Planners
1 Toyota Routeplanner (English)
1 RAC Routeplanner (English)
1 Web.De Routeplanner (Deutsch)

Ferries and Eurotunnel
1 Eurotunnel
1 Speed Ferries
1 Sea France
1 P&O Stena Line
1 Hover Speed
1 DFDS Seaways
1 Norfolk Line

Air fares start as low as £40 return, but you must book early (at least 3 months in advance) to get these prices. A typical price is about £80. The coach fair starts at about £50 and ferry crossing as low as £50. Remember to keep a look out for the "specials" that the airlines, bus companies and ferry operators run from time to time.