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from Prague to Vienna

by mogaly

Hello friends,

I and a group of friends and relatives (18 persons ) will be flying into Prague next August, staying there for a week. We would like to leave Prague to Vienna some day in the early morning for a one-day excursion and return to Prague lately in the same day . What is the best and cheapest way to do that; Is there any regular guided tours to Vienna by Cezeh travel agencies ? Thanks in advance .

Re: from Prague to Vienna

by Maryimelda

Keti is absolutely right. It's a trip of several hours each way and no matter what your likes and dislikes are, Vienna is a city that can't be seen in a few short hours. It would be a complete waste of money. If you don't have time to stay over fo a day or two at least in Vienna, then leave it for another trip. To try to organise such a big group on such a long trip in such a short time, would be extremely ill advised, and that is as polite as I can be about your plan. Please reconsider and spend the day doing something more sensible. I usually say that any time spent in Vienna is better than no time at all, but honestly, the logistics here are exhausting.

Re: from Prague to Vienna

by HansDK

Do you realise how long the transport from Prague to Vienna will take? About 4 hours by car and minimum 4.5 hours by train - EACH way.

Better spend the day in Prague and surroundings.

Re: from Prague to Vienna

by mogaly

Thank you all for the good advice , I didn't realize it would be such a far distance . alternatively , i would ask about KARLOVY VARY or any far closer place ?

Re: from Prague to Vienna

by GyuriFT

How about Kutna Hora?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kutná_Hora

Otherwise Keti is right, you will have "terrific" time making yourself familiar with the stations in Praha and Vienna and the inside look of Czech trains. But not with Vienna.

Other idea: Karlštejn

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karlštejn

Be, however warned: moving with 18 persons around is much slower than with only a small group. You will need MUCH more time for Praha than you expect to begin with - just because managing 18 people is a challenge.

Re: from Prague to Vienna

by vpas

you should try and go to cesky krumlov,it is a lovely small town with a picturisque castle and lovely shops.just got back from there and would surely recommend it.do check on the net since i have not yet down loaded my pictures or written on my page!but am sure anyone will love it!

Re: from Prague to Vienna

by packtarl

You will have realised now that Vienna is too far away. However, aside from Kutna Hora which would be top of my list there are quite a few places that can be visited in a day. You just need to get an earlyish train. During my stays in Prague I have visited lots of places up to a couple of hours train journey away including Dresden(2hrs 10 mins). Plzen (1 1/2 hrs) is nice and you could do the guided tour of the brewery while youre there(recommended).Theres also Tabor (1 1/2 hours) with its underground passages beneath the main square and 50 mins away is Melnik, a lovely town with a bone crypt below its main church. Well worth a visit.There is also the old prisoner of war camp at Terezin (1 hour by bus). Guided tours there are 200 korunas each including entry. If you want any details at all please email me and i'll get back to you. In the meantime look here http://www.myczechrepublic.com/prague/sightseeing/day_trips.html

Travel Tips for Prague

The Pendulum

by RandomDreamer

Once upon a time there stood a giant statue of Lenin overlooking the city from a hilltop. Today, you will see a giant pendulum swinging in it's place. No it's not some bizarre Absynthe induced hallucination.

After the Velvet Revolution the statue was destropyed and this was erected in it's place. The locals seem to hate it just as much but it's unarguably an impressive piece.

Pecek Palace (Peckuv Palac)

by bugalugs

This sombre building during WW11 was the headquarters in Prague of the Gestapo. Many Czech's were tortured and executed in the basement of this building.
Such a terrible thing to have happened.
This building is now the Ministry of Trade and Industry.

Legend of Prague

by sandysmith

. Legend has it that Princess Libuse (heroine of an opera) and her husbamd Premysl looked across the river to where Prague Castle now stands and foretold the building of a great city. They crossed the river and discovered a man already building the threshold - PRAH - so hence the city's name.
There is a lovely mosaic of this in the Town Hall Lobby.

Prague Market for cheap shopping

by petalm

This market is a little out of the center so most tourists miss it, but it is huge and sells mostly fake Gucci,Prada, L.V. bags, jeans, T-shirts, accessories, make-up, shoes, knives, in fact mostly everything. There is a arge farmers market here as well, and the locals shop here. You can bargain the prices down to a quarter of the asking price.
http://www.bukisa.com/articles/147494_prague-market-for-cheap-shopping

Torture Museum / Scorpion and Spider Museum

by tophat30

Underground stop : MALASTRANSKA. Walk to Mostecka Street. There you'll see two museum in same building. First floor there's hundreds of scorpions and tarantulas and the second floor you'll find a tourture museum.

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