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Getting there You can get to Prague from Munich, Zurich and Vienna. Best price and travel duration below.

From Amsterdam 14:16 HK$469
From Frankfurt 09:27 HK$278
From Berlin 04:27 HK$374
From Munich 05:42 HK$278
From Zurich 14:49 HK$278
From Vienna 04:31 HK$278
From Budapest 06:56 HK$881
From Basel 13:08 HK$278
From Cologne 10:49 HK$278
From Hamburg 06:49 HK$1,303
From Krakow 08:40 HK$757
From Dusseldorf 11:15 HK$278
From Dresden 02:21 HK$335
From Warsaw 07:59 HK$996
From Heidelberg 10:58 HK$661
From Bratislava 04:11 HK$546
From Freiburg 12:23 HK$278
From Mannheim 10:22 HK$278
From Karlsruhe 11:17 HK$278
From Linz 04:56 HK$460
From Utrecht 13:48 HK$278
From Odense 12:49 HK$1,408
From Bad Schandau 01:49 HK$239
From Kutna Hora Hlavni 01:31 HK$230
From Arnhem 13:10 HK$278
From Marianske L 02:15 HK$249
From Offenburg 11:51 HK$278
From Duisburg 11:31 HK$852
From Cheb 02:33
From Hranice Na Morave 02:53 HK$469
From Wiener Neustadt 05:17 HK$852
From Regensburg 04:09 HK$498
From Leipzig 03:26 HK$383
From Breclav 03:16
From Kolding 10:14 HK$776
From Prerov 02:51 HK$374
From Bohumin 03:16 HK$575
From Wuppertal 10:03 HK$469
From Kosice 08:26 HK$996
From Brno 02:42 HK$345
From Pardubice 00:59 HK$153
From Furth I Wald 02:52 HK$249

Getting around From Prague, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Dresden 02:16 HK$278
To Bad Schandau 02:39 HK$239
To Marianske L 02:51 HK$249
To Pardubice 02:51 HK$239
To Hranice Na Morave 02:53 HK$469
To Furth I Wald 02:57 HK$249
To Brno 03:26 HK$345
To Prerov 04:36 HK$374
To Berlin 04:46 HK$776
To Zebrzydowice 05:22 HK$498
To Cesky Krumlov 05:23 HK$287
To Leipzig 05:31 HK$383
To Bohumin 05:58 HK$489
To Zilina. 06:17 HK$670
To Bratislava 06:32 HK$546
To Landshut 06:32
To Vienna 06:32 HK$632
To Hamburg 07:04 HK$1,303
To Puchov 07:59 HK$623
To Breclav 08:27
To Budapest 09:17 HK$795
To Frankfurt 09:30 HK$278
To Mannheim 10:14 HK$469
To Dortmund 10:18 HK$469
To Krakow 10:21 HK$661
To Heidelberg 10:29 HK$278
To Villach 10:36 HK$977
To Wuppertal 11:09 HK$278
To Karlsruhe 11:11 HK$278
To Cologne 11:45 HK$469
To Offenburg 11:51 HK$278
To Poprad Tatry 12:21 HK$776
To Dusseldorf 12:25 HK$278
To Freiburg 12:36 HK$278
To Duisburg 12:41 HK$469
To Kolding 13:03 HK$776
To Basel 13:25 HK$278
To Kosice 13:41 HK$996
To Arnhem 14:17 HK$278
To Ljubljana 14:23 HK$977
To Zurich 14:48 HK$278
To Utrecht 15:03 HK$469
To Amsterdam 15:34 HK$278
To Moscow 33:29 HK$1,743

While you're there

Prague, the capital of Czech Republic

Prague is the most important city and the capital of Czech Republic. The city has a mysterious feel where the past is mixed with modernity. Prague has been host to several artists and important personalities such as Arcimboldo, Mozart, Copernicus, Galileo, and Tycho de Brahe. A walk in the city will allow you to feel the magic of its past. Discover the city’s monuments, museums, galleries and other landmarks. For fabulous views over Prague, climb up to the monk’s vineyards near the fabulous St Vitus Cathedral. While here visit the unique Toy Museum and you’ll see the relics and playthings which previous generations enjoyed.

Coming by train to Prague means that you will get off at the Prague railway station (Praha hlavní nádraží‎). From there you can go to the Wenceslaus Square (Václavské náměstí) and have a look at the National Museum Building along with the the memorial of Jan Palach, a student who became a martyr to protest against the human rights restrictions during the communist regime. Continue to the historic centre to see a unique set of monuments and landmarks. Strolling along the Royal Way (Královská cesta), you will arrive to the Powder Tower (Prašná brána), which was used as a gunpowder storage space in the 17th century. On the Celetná Street, you will find the House of the Black Madonna (Dům u Černé matky Boží) which is now a small museum of cubism.

Traditional Czech dumplings and meat at good prices are easy to find – try wild boar with gingerbread dumplings. The Propaganda bar on Michalská 12 is a 500sq metre cave filled with over 200 original socialist-realist artefacts, yummy food and a great selection of international beers.

Tread the Czech capital’s cobbled ground and you’ll find art galleries, ceramics and shops selling all varieties of absinth – a local speciality. You’ll find souvenirs amongst the famed statues on the Charles Bridge and if not, the Nový Smíchov Shopping Centre has over 150 different outlets.

Prague Tourist Information
Arbesovo nám. 4, 150 00 Praha
Tel: +420 221 714 444

The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.

Train Station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Prague can be found.

Prague railway station(s)

Praha Hlavní Nádraží Train Station

Praha Hlavní Nádraží Train Station

Address: Wilsonova 120 00 Prague

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday: 6am to 12am

Trains operating in and from this station:
City Night Line (CNL), Regional trains, Eurocity, EuroNight
Rail agents, Facilities for disabled persons, and Public Phone cabins.

Learn more

Praha Holesovice

Address: Na šachtě 1337/4 170 00 Prague

Praha Smichov

Address: Nádražní 1 150 00 Prague


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Customer reviews

  • "Train"    
    The train is on time, easy to locate. All trains are new and clean, except the one from prague to CK which is very crowded, hot and a bit dirty. Overall I enjoy traveling with the train pass which is very convenient and easy for budgeting. I will definitely consider buying train pass again in my next trip.  
  • "Delightful"    
    Very nice journey, felt safe and comfortable.  
  • "Sleeper Cars"    
    This train was very first experience in sleeper cars. A little concerned that I got woken up when someone else got on in the middle of the night, but I guess that cannot be avoided. The train attendant that was there when I got on was wonderful, but the older gentleman that came on for the day was gumpy, unhelpful, and put me off at the wrong station  
  • "Good trip"    
    Good seating, free tea and coffee - good staff.  
  • "Good"    
    The trip was ok, the only thing that you should improve is that you didn't give me a complete schedule of the train stops, my german is so bad, and i had to change train and it was hard to know what train, what plattform and that stuff.  
    The train, staff and service was excellent. We all had a very nice time for the 14 hours that we spent during the journey on CNL.