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Suggested hotels in Prague old town or near the station

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What to do when things go wrong...



Prague to Českύ Krumlov

It's easy to travel from Prague to Českύ Krumlov, or even do it as a day trip from Prague.  For times, fares, photos & tips, the Prague to Českύ Krumlov page.

New direct train for 2017...  There's now a direct Intercity train from Prague to Cesky Krumlov called the Josef Seidel, leaving Prague Hlavni at 08:02 and arriving Českύ Krumlov at 10:50.


Prague to Karlovy Vary, Brno & other destinations in the Czech Republic...
Czech pendolino, 2nd class   Czech pendolino, first class   Czech Railways pendolino at Prague, about to leave for Vienna

SuperCity pendolino trains...  The pride of the Czech Railways, these modern pendolino tilting trains operate the premium SuperCity services linking Prague and Ostrava, the Czech Republic's second city.  Left-hand picture = 2nd class, centre picture = 1st class, with similar seating, but carpeted.


Prague to London from €74...

Prague to Paris from €58...

Option 1:  Prague to Paris using the Prague-Zurich sleeper - the civilised & time-effective option...

The sleeper train from Zurich to Prague

The sleeping-car to Prague, ready to leave Zurich HB.  Photo courtesy of Shaiq Ali Khan

City Night Line standard (economy) sleeper   City Night Line standard (economy) sleeper in day mode   City Night Line deluxe sleeper, private toilet & shower   Comfortline sleeper corridor

Standard sleeper set up as a 2-berth, with blind down & washstand open.  Each room can be used with 1, 2 or 3 beds.

 

The same sleeper with berths folded away & seats folded out, washstand closed.  Very similar to a deluxe, but without the shower & toilet.

 

Deluxe sleepers are similar to standard ones, but with a bit more floorspace & compact shower & toilet instead of washstand.

 

Just like a hotel, the corridor in a Comfortline sleeping-car.  There's a shower at end of the corridor for standard sleeper passengers.

TGV-Lyria at Paris Gare de Lyon   TGV bar car

A Zurich to Paris TGV-Lyria at Paris Gare de Lyon...

 

The cafe-bar, serving drinks, snacks & microwaved hot dishes.

TGV interior by Christian Lacroix, second class   TGV 1st class by Christian Lacroix

2nd class with a mix or unidirectional seats & tables for 4.  Seats are 2+2 across car width.  Panorama photo.

 

1st classwith a mix of unidirectional seats, solo seats, tables for 2 & for 4.  Seats 2+1 across car width.  Panorama photo.

Option 2, Prague to Paris in a single day from just €54 - the cheapest option...

Option 3, Prague to Paris with an overnight stop in Munich, from €54 - a recommended option with a chance to see Munich...

TGV Duplex at Paris Gare de l'Est   Upper deck second class on board a TGV Duplex.

TGV Duplex at Paris Est. These impressive 200 mph double-deck trains link Munich, Stuttgart & Mannheim with Paris...

 

2nd class table for 4 on TGV Duplex upper deck...

TGV Duplex cafe-bar   TGV Duplex upper deck 2nd class seats

The cafe-bar on the upper deck in car 4, serving tea, coffee, soft drinks, wine, beer, snacks & microwaved hot dishes....

 

2nd class seats, this is upper deck seating.  There's a mix or tables for 4 and unidirectional seating.

First class on board a TGV Duplex   An TGV Duplex at Paris Est.

1st class seats on the upper deck, with a club duo on the left, a club quatre on the right.

 

A TGV Duplex.  The red near the door indicates 1st class, pale green indicates 2nd class.


Prague to Nice, Cannes, Monte Carlo, Marseille, Avignon...

Option 1, using the Vienna-Milan sleeper then a scenic coastal ride...

Option 2, by day trains with overnight stop in Verona - mountains and coastline...

Option 3, by direct Russian sleeper train every Friday...


Prague to Brussels & Bruges from €58...

Option 1, Prague to Brussels in a single day from €58 - the cheapest and fastest option...

Option 2, by daytime trains with overnight stop in Berlin - a recommended option with a chance to see Berlin...

Czech restaurant car on a Berlin to Prague train   Lunch in the restaurant car between Berlin & Prague

So civilised!  A meal in the Czech restaurant car as the Prague-Berlin express snakes along the beautiful Elbe river south of Dresden.  Most Prague-Berlin trains use Czech carriages like this, a few use Hungarian air-conditioned carriages.  Courtesy of Philip Dyer-Perry.

Option 3, Prague to Brussels in a day from just -wait for it - €21 - an incredibly cheap price...


Prague to Amsterdam from €59...

Option 1:  Prague to Amsterdam in a single day by train - and how about a few hours in Berlin?

Option 2:  By daytime trains with overnight stop in Berlin...

Czech restaurant car on a Berlin to Prague train   Lunch in the restaurant car between Berlin & Prague

Step 1, Prague to Berlin by EuroCity train.  It's so civilised:  A meal in the Czech restaurant car as the Prague-Berlin express snakes along the beautiful Elbe river south of Dresden.  Most Prague-Berlin trains use Czech carriages like this, a few use Hungarian air-conditioned carriages.  See the photos & video on the Prague to Berlin pageCourtesy of Philip Dyer-Perry.

Amsterdam to Berlin InterCity train   Inside the Amsterdam to Berlin bistro car

Step 2, Berlin to Amsterdam by InterCity train...

 

The bistro car on an Amsterdam to Berlin InterCity train.  Treat yourself to lunch!

1st class comparment on a Berlin to Amsterdam train   2nd class seats on a Berlin to Amsterdam train

1st class seats on these trains are usually in traditional 6-seater compartments.

 

2nd class seating on these trains is usually in open-plan saloons like this, most seats unidirectional, but with some tables for 4...


Prague to Zurich, Basel, Geneva & Switzerland from €45...

Option 1:  By comfortable direct sleeper train from Prague to Zurich...

The sleeper train from Zurich to Prague

The sleeping-car to Prague, ready to leave Zurich HB.  Photo courtesy of Shaiq Ali Khan

City Night Line standard (economy) sleeper   City Night Line standard (economy) sleeper in day mode   City Night Line deluxe sleeper, private toilet & shower   Comfortline sleeper corridor

Standard sleeper set up as a 2-berth, with blind down & washstand open.  Each room can be used with 1, 2 or 3 beds.

 

The same sleeper with berths folded away & seats folded out, washstand closed.  Very similar to a deluxe, but without the shower & toilet.

 

Deluxe sleepers are similar to standard ones, but with a bit more floorspace & compact shower & toilet instead of washstand.

 

Just like a hotel, the corridor in a Comfortline sleeping-car.  There's a shower at end of the corridor for standard sleeper passengers.

Option 2, Prague to Switzerland in a single day from just €44 - the cheapest option...

Option 3, Prague to Switzerland with an overnight stop in Munich, from €44 - a recommended option with a chance to see Munich...

Option 4, Prague to Switzerland with overnight in Salzburg, from €48 - a recommended option, great scenery & chance to see Salzburg...


Prague to Venice, Milan, Florence, Rome, Naples & Italy...

Option 1, by Railjet to Vienna and Nightjet sleeper train to Italy - a safe, comfortable, time-effective option...

Czech Railjet train from Prague to Vienna   1st class seat on Cezh Railjet

Step 1.  Prague to Vienna by railjet...  Courtesy Cortney Lollar

 

1st class...  Courtesy David Malone

Restaurant car   Economy (2nd class) seating

Restaurant car...  Courtesy David Malone

 

Economy (2nd) class...  Courtesy Cortney Lollar

1 or 2 bed sleeper on Nightjet train to Vienna   en suite shower & toilet in deluxe sleeper   Comfortline sleeping-car as now used on Nightjet trains

2-berth regular sleeper with washstand...

 

The toilet & shower in a deluxe sleeper...

 

Step 2, travel overnight from Vienna to Italy by comfortable Austrian Nightjet train.  More information about Nightjet trains...

   

Austrian couchette car or liegewagen.  Couchettes are the economical option, flat bunks with rug & pillow.

 

6-berth couchettes, the cheapest option...

 

4-berth couchettes, ideal for families...

Option 2, Prague to Venice by scenic daytime trains with overnight stop in Vienna, from €48...

Option 3, Prague to Florence or Rome by scenic daytime trains with overnight stop in Munich, from €54...

  InterCity 2nd class   InterCity 1st class (6-seat compartment type)

Munich to Verona or Venice by EuroCity train...

 

EuroCity 2nd class, mainly 6-seat compartments but some open-plan seating...

 

EuroCity 1st class, open-plan.  Sometimes available in 6-seat compartments.

Mountains on the Brenner route...

Scenery (and vineyards!) on the Brenner route   Scenery on the Brenner route

Vineyards, mountains and castles south of Brenner as the train heads for Trento & Verona...

Hilltop fortresses seen from the Brenner Pass train

Watch out for hilltop fortresses...  See the Brenner Pass scenery video here.


Prague to Barcelona & Spain...

Option 1, by comfortable daytime trains with overnight stop in Munich...

Option 2, by comfortable daytime trains with overnight stop in Paris...

TGV Duplex at Paris Gare de Lyon   Upper deck second class on board a TGV Duplex.

Step 3, by TGV Duplex from Paris to Barcelona... These 200 mph double-deckers link Paris with Barcelona.  Watch TGV Duplex video.

 

2nd class table for 4 on TGV Duplex upper deck...

Mt Canigou in the Pyrenees

Mt Canigou & the Pyrenees...  One of the highest peaks in the mighty Pyrenees, the 2,784m (9,137 feet) high Mt Canigou dominates the skyline on the right all the way from Perpignan to Girona, see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CanigouMore photos of what to see on the Paris-Barcelona train journey.


Prague to Berlin from €19.90 or Dresden from €15...
Czech restaurant car on a Berlin to Prague train   Lunch in the restaurant car between Berlin & Prague

So civilised!  A meal in the Czech restaurant car as the Berlin-Prague express snakes along the beautiful Elbe river south of Dresden.  Most Berlin-Prague trains use Czech carriages like this, a few use Hungarian air-conditioned carriages.  For times, fares, tips, photos & how to buy tickets in detail, see the Prague to Berlin EuroCity train page  Photo courtesy of Philip Dyer-Perry.


Prague to Munich from €15...

...Or from €35 in 1st class.  By civilised train, no buses, no motorways...

Expertly poured beer on the Prague to Munich train   A beer on the train

Draught beer on tap!  The bistro car on the Czech trains from Prague to Munich has Urquell draught beer on tap, served in cold glass tankards.  You don't get that on a bus.  More photos & information.


Prague to Frankfurt from €16...

...Or from €30 in 1st class!  All by train, no buses, no motorways...

A train from Linz to Prague

Czech regional express trains like this link Prague with Cheb, change for Nuremberg & Frankfurt.


Prague to Nuremberg from €12...

...Or 1st class from €19.  All by train, no buses, no motorways...

A train from Linz to Prague

Czech regional express trains like this link Prague with Cheb, change there for Nuremberg.


Prague to Cologne, Hamburg & other German cities...

Prague to other German cities by train...

Czech restaurant car on a Berlin to Prague train   Lunch in the restaurant car between Berlin & Prague

So civilised!  A meal in the Czech restaurant car as a EuroCity express snakes along the beautiful Elbe river towards Dresden, Berlin & Hamburg.  Change in Dresden or Berlin for Dόsseldorf & Cologne.  Photo courtesy of Philip Dyer-Perry.


Prague to Vienna in 3h57 from €19...

Option 1, by daytime Railjet trains...

Czech Railjet train to Vienna at Prague Hlavni station

A blue Czech Railjet train from Prague to Vienna, seen at Prague Hlavni.  More photos & information...

Option 2, by sleeper train...


Prague to Linz, Hallstatt & Salzburg from €19:  See the Prague-Salzburg page for details..

Prague to Innsbruck from €19...

Prague to Copenhagen from €58, Prague to Stockholm & Scandinavia...

Option 1:  Prague to Copenhagen in a single day from €58...

ICE3 second class ICE3 first class Copenhagen-Cologne ICE on the Rodby-Puttgarten ferry

ICE 2nd class.

ICE 1st class with leather seats.

An ICE on board the ferry.

125 mph tilting 'X2000' from Copenhagen to Stockholm, at Copenhagen station 2nd class seats on the X2000 train from Copenhagen to Stockholm The self-service buffet on the X2000 train from Copenhagen to Stockholm...

A 125 mph X2000 train from Copenhagen to Stockholm....

 

2nd class seating on the X2000.  All seats have power sockets for laptops & mobiles...

 

Self-service buffet car on the X2000 to Stockholm.

More information on X2000

Option 2:  By comfortable daytime trains with an overnight stop in Hamburg...


Prague to Oslo & Norway...

Option 1, Prague to Oslo via the Kiel-Oslo Color Line cruise ferry - the most comfortable way to Oslo...

Option 2, via Hamburg & Copenhagen - by train all the way...


Prague to Helsinki & Finland...

Prague to Bratislava from €16...

Prague to Budapest from €21...

Option 1, by daytime trains...

EuroCity train to Budapest boarding in Prague

A EuroCity train from Prague to Budapest about to leave Prague Hlavni...

Prague to Budapest EuroCity traiin   2nd class open seating on Prague-Budapest EuroCity traiin

Restaurant car...

 

2nd class open plan saloon seating...

Option 2, by sleeper train - the time-effective option...

The sleeper train from Zurich to Prague

Czech sleeping-car of the type used on the Prague-Budapest night train...

City Night Line standard (economy) sleeper   City Night Line standard (economy) sleeper in day mode   City Night Line deluxe sleeper, private toilet & shower   Comfortline sleeper corridor

Standard sleeper set up as a 2-berth, with blind down & washstand open.  Each room can be used with 1, 2 or 3 beds.

 

The same sleeper with berths folded away & seats folded out, washstand closed.  Very similar to a deluxe, but without the shower & toilet.

 

Deluxe sleepers are similar to standard ones, but with a bit more floorspace & compact shower & toilet instead of washstand.

 

Just like a hotel, the corridor in a Comfortline sleeping-car.  There's a shower at end of the corridor for standard sleeper passengers.


Prague to Sighisoara, Brasov & Bucharest from €48...

Option 1, using the Budapest-Bucharest sleeper train - the most time-effective option...

Option 2, using daytime trains with overnight stop from €48 - if you prefer day trains & hotels to sleepers...

2nd class Romanian InterCity coach   Romanian InterCity seating coach

Air-conditioned 2nd class used on the Traianus from Budapest to Bucharest.


Prague to Ljubljana from €44...

Option 1, in one leisurely day...

Option 2, with an overnight stop in Vienna...


Prague to Zagreb & Croatia from €48...

Option 1, in one leisurely day...

Option 2, with an overnight stop in Vienna...

Option 3, via Budapest - with a morning in Budapest, well worth considering...

For Split, change in Zagreb.  Scenic daytime trains and an overnight sleeper link Zagreb with Split.  You can check times at www.bahn.de and just buy tickets at the station in Zagreb, it's not usually a problem to get places on the day.  I'd suggest a day train if you can as the scenic Zagreb-Split train ride is a real treat.

For Dubrovnik, take a train to Split from where there are frequent buses (4 hours) to Dubrovnik.


Prague to Belgrade from €34...   Prague to Montenegro from €54...

Option 1, by daytime trains with overnight stop in Budapest - the leisurely all-daytime option...

Serbian air-conditioned coach   1st class seats in a Serbian air-conditioned train

The Serbian EuroCity train from Budapest to Belgrade, at Budapest Keleti.  Fare only €15!

Option 2, by day train to Budapest & sleeper train to Belgrade - a time-effective sleeper option...

Option 3, by sleeper train to Budapest then day train - another time-effective sleeper option...

If you're heading for Montenegro...


Prague to Krakow from €19...

Option 1, by direct sleeper train, see the Prague to Krakow sleeper train page...

The sleeper train from Zurich to Prague

A sleeper of the type now used on the Prague to Krakow route, with 9 standard compartments with washbasin and 3 deluxe compartments with en suite toilet & shower, see here for details...

City Night Line standard (economy) sleeper   City Night Line standard (economy) sleeper in day mode   City Night Line deluxe sleeper, private toilet & shower   Comfortline sleeper corridor

Standard sleeper set up as a 2-berth, with blind down & washstand open.  Each room can be used with 1, 2 or 3 beds.

 

The same sleeper with berths folded away & seats folded out, washstand closed.  Very similar to a deluxe, but without the shower & toilet.

 

Deluxe sleepers are similar to standard ones, but with a bit more floorspace & compact shower & toilet instead of washstand.

 

Just like a hotel, the corridor in a Comfortline sleeping-car.  There's a shower at end of the corridor for standard sleeper passengers.

Option 2, Prague to Krakow by new direct daytime train Cracovia, runs 13 April to 30 September 2017...

Option 3, Prague to Krakow by daytime trains with a change at Katowice... 


Prague to Warsaw from €28...

Option 1, Prague to Warsaw by daytime trains - the chill-out option... 

EuroCity train boarding in Prague

The Praha & Porta Moravica use comfortable Czech Railways air-conditioned carriages & restaurant car like this...

Prague to Budapest EuroCity traiin   2nd class open seating on Prague-Budapest EuroCity traiin

Option 2, by sleeper train - the safe, comfortable, time-saving option...

The Polish sleeping-car on train to Warsaw   A newly-refurbished sleeper compartment as used on the Budapest to Krakow & Budapest to Warsaw trains

The Prague to Warsaw train has a smartly-refurbished Polish sleeping-car like this, with 1, 2 & 3 bed compartments with washbasin...

 

Cosy 2-bed sleeper with washbasin...


Prague to Lviv, Kiev & Ukraine...

Option 1, Prague to Kiev by direct Ukrainian sleeping-car - recommended option, comfortable & direct...

Option 1, Prague to Kiev via Warsaw...

Option 2, Prague to Lviv & Kiev via Budapest...

The Prague to Kiev train

The direct sleeping-car to Lviv & Kiev awaits departure from Prague Hlavni...

1, 2 or 3 bed sleeper compartment   Each compartment has a washbasin   Close-up of sleeping-car from Prague to Lviv & Kiev

A sleeper compartment with washbasin.  Courtesy of Alessandro


Prague to Moscow, St Petersburg & Russia from €151...

Option 1, by direct Russian Railways sleeping-car twice a week...

The direct Prague to Moscow sleeping-cars were built in Austria in 2014.  Each compartment converts from comfortable sofas to equally comfortable beds and can be used as either 1st class 2-berth with two lower berths or as 2nd class 4-berth with all four berths in use.  There are a shower and toilets at the end of the corridor.  Compartments have electronic key-card locks, and the cars are very smooth-riding.  The sleeper attendant can serve lovely Russian tea for around €0.50 a glass.  Highly recommended!  Pictured above, the Moscow to Prague train pulls into Prague Hlavni...

One of Russian Railways new international sleeping-cars   A 2-berth or 4-berth compartment in daytime mode

Option 2, by daily trains with a day in Warsaw.  This option is cheaper as well as more frequent.


Prague to Athens & Greece...

Option 1, overland by train through the Balkans, an adventure...

The Macedonian couchette car on the Belgrade to Thessaloniki train   A 6-berth couchette compartment on the Belgrade to Thessaloniki train

The Belgrade to Thessaloniki couchette car...  Below, scenery between Thessaloniki & Athens...

2nd class on Greek InterCity train   More mountain scenery, and the Gorgopotamos Viaduct...

After leaving Thessaloniki, the InterCity train runs along the Aegean coast and past Mount Olympus (seen above, from the train), mythical home to the Greek gods...

 

Between Larissa & Athens, the train snakes through the mountains, over the famous Gorgopotamos viaduct, blown up by the British S.O.E. in WW2...

Great scenery from the train:  In the mountains between Athens and Larissa   More scenery on the train to Athens

Emerging from the mountains, the train descends a spectacular escarpment (above left), with the Greek plain laid out hundreds of feet below...

Option 2, by train to Italy then cruise ferry...

A 2 or 4 berth cabin on the Italy-Greece ferry  

2 or 4-berth cabin with private toilet & shower.

 

Relaxing on deck...

The ferry from Bari to Greece at sea

At sea, passing Cephalonia & Ithaca.  This is what travel to Greece should be like!


Prague to Sofia from €66, Prague to Istanbul from €95...

Option 1, via Budapest, Belgrade, Sofia...  This is the option I'd recommend.  Prague to Istanbul takes little over 48 hours by train.

Option 2, via Budapest & Bucharest...


Railbookers custom-made train travel & hotels

If you just want to buy train tickets at the cheapest price, book online as shown on this page.  However, if you want someone to sort out your whole trip for you, arranging all your trains, hotels and transfers, and to look after you if anything affects your arrangements, the people to talk to are Railbookers.  Railbookers can tailor-make a train trip around Europe to your own specification.  Just tell them what you want and they'll advise you on the best trains, routes & hotels.  They get good reports and a lot of repeat business!  They now have offices in the UK, North America and Australia.

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  New Zealand call toll-free 0800 000 554 or see website.


Find hotels in Prague & other cities

 

◄◄ Hotel search & price comparison.

www.hotelscombined.com checks all the main hotel booking sites at once to find the widest choice of hotels & the cheapest seller.  It was named as the World's Leading Hotel Comparison Site at the World Travel Awards 2013 and I highly recommend it, both to find hotels in even the smallest places and to check that another retailer isn't selling your hotel for less!

www.booking.com is my favourite booking site.  It's really clear and you can usually book with free cancellation and so confirm your accommodation at no risk months before train booking opens.

Suggested hotels in Prague near station & near the old town square....

  • Apart from review score and price, I think the three key factors in choosing a hotel are location, location, and, erm, location.  For a longish stay, I'd book a hotel right in the heart of the old town on or near the Old Town Square where the action is.  For a shorter stay, especially if you are leaving on an early train, I'd go for a hotel near the station, so there's no time wasted in taxis, you can walk across the road and leave your bags, and it's an easy stroll across the road to the station when it's time to leave - but that's still easy walking distance to the old town and all the sights.

  • Hotels with great reviews on or close to the old town square:  Ventana Hotel or Old Town Square Hotel (both 5-star), Grand Hotel Prague, Hotel Rott (both 4-star), Zlatύ kůň Golden Horse (3-star).

  • Hotels with great reviews across the road from Prague Hlavni station:  Esplanade Hotel (5-star, a good choice which I have used myself), Falkensteiner Hotel Maria (4-star), Chopin Hotel (3-star),

Other hotel sites worth trying...

  • www.tripadvisor.com is the place to find independent travellers' reviews of all the main hotels.

  • www.booking.com is my own preferred hotel booking system (Hotels Combined being a search/comparison system).  It has a simple interface, a good selection in most countries worldwide, useful online customer reviews of each hotel, and decent prices, usually shown inclusive of unavoidable extras such as taxes (a pet hate of mine is systems that show one price, then charge you another!).

Backpacker hostels...

  • www.hostelworld.com:  If you're on a tight budget, don't forget about backpacker hostels.  Hostelworld offers online booking of cheap private rooms or dorm beds in backpacker hostels in most cities at rock-bottom prices.


 


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