Prague - train ticketsThe capital of Czech Republic located on the Vltava River is a place where you may see the incredible monuments representing all major European architecture styles. The gothic Charles Bridge, St. Vitus Cathedral, the greatest in Europe castle complex or Prague Hradczany — these are major city symbols. Descending the castle hill through the picturesque streets of the bailey you may adore the beautiful panorama of the Old Town with the winding Vltava below. When strolling it is a must to visit the Old Town Market with the Old Town Hall, where there is the Prague astronomical clock from 1440 mounted onto one of the walls. It had been acclaimed a world wonder in the Middle Ages already. In Prague there is also the oldest University in this part of Europe — founded in 1348 by Prague Carolinium. The other well known symbol of Prague, situated in front of the National Museum, is the Křižíkova Fountain, also called the Dancing Fountain. The light and water play accompanied by the classical music from the famous composers leave the unforgettable impression. The fountain was erected in 1891.

Prague by train

You will reach Prague by train, among others, from Warsaw, Katowice and Cracow. The travellers may choose from day and comfortable night connections with berths. The trains call at Praha hlavní nádraží train station, located in the heart of the city. You may start your sightseeing Prague immediately from there. From there you may also travel to Vienna.

How to book train ticket online

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The most popular attractions in Prague:
  • The Charles Bridge
  • The National Museum
  • Vyšehrad
  • The Prague Castle
  • Golden Lane
  • The Old Town Market
  • The Black Tower
  • The Powder Tower
  • Dancing House
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