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from prague to vienna or bratislava by night?

by asaffi

Hello, I'd like to know any buses or trains ( the cheapest way) that goes from Prague to Vienna or Bratislava by night, (to sleep in the train).

Re: from prague to vienna or bratislava by night?

by veaynuh

Hi!

I did Vienna-Prague in March this year.
I went by bus, it took 4h.
departure from vienna was 5pm and got there aroun 9pm. (Prague Florenz Bus terminal)
So I guess there should be a trip the other way round as well.
It costed 30Euros for both ways.

I hope I could help!

Re: from prague to vienna or bratislava by night?

by leics

http://www.oebb.at/en/

will give you train times and fares.

http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/index.shtml

will give you train times.

www.eurolines.com will give you details of buses.

It's only 4 hours by train to Vienna, nearly 5 to Bratislava. You're not going to get much sleep: the distances are simply not far enough.

Re: from prague to vienna or bratislava by night?

by GyuriFT

- Buy a daypass in Czech Republic which is 440 Crowns and is valid on all of the Czech Rail for two days.
- Go to Cheb or Plzen and take the Gallileo Gallilei train to Budapest, de-training in Bratislava. You will get enough sleep from Cheb - paying (almost) the same price: the Praha-Kuty(Gr) portion of the Praha-Bratislava is 299 Crowns (domestic price) or 398 Crowns (discounted international price).

Re: from prague to vienna or bratislava by night?

by pida85

GyuriFT: day pass (CD NET) is valid for one day only (untill midnight), there used to be rail cards for 2 days, but these were replaced by CD NET, now there're only 1 day, week, month and year passes.

There are two overnight trains to Bratislava: Pannonia (dep.21.53) and Galileo Galilei (dep. 0.30). Gelileo has connection at Breclav for Vienna.

Cheapest fares are usually with group discount to Breclav (at least 2 adults are considered as a group) plus another ticket to Bratislava or Vienna. Both tickets can be purchased before departure in Prague.

Re: from prague to vienna or bratislava by night?

by asaffi

Thank you for the replies! I've found the galileo train on the site ( http://jizdnirady.idnes.cz/vlakyautobusy/odjezdy/ ) , but didn't find any link to the fares or reservation. Can I buy tickets in advance online?

Re: from prague to vienna or bratislava by night?

by GyuriFT

Thanks - this clears why the CD web site mentioned 2-day validity in one place, but one day validity in an other.

Re: from prague to vienna or bratislava by night?

by pida85

Most international connections are not sold online. You can buy the domestic part of the trip (Prague to Breclav) at eshop.cd.cz

Prices are as follows: Prague to Breclav - 1person 385 CZK, 2people 578, any additional person adds 145 CZK to ticket price

Breclav to Bratislava: 128 CZK per person
Breclav to Vienna: 453 CZK per person

Prague to Bratislava (direct international ticket):495 CZK
Prague to Vienna:833 CZK per person

Prices for one way tickets, returns are cheaper.

One day train pass (Czech Rep. only) 440 CZK (one person), 880 CZK (up to 5 people), weekends (max.2adults and 3children, flat fare):130 CZK (no express trains, only local Os and Sp), 440 CZK (all trains allowed), weekend passes valid up to 1st foreign station Kuty (Slovakia) and Hohenau (Austria, not by EC trains)

Travel Tips for Prague

Kutna Hora daytrip

by Krumlovgirl

Take a daytrip to Kutna Hora!

Kutná Hora is a UNESCO-designated town and was one of the most important royal towns with silver mines from 13th to 16th century, rivaling even Prague in political importance.  Beside the lovely Gothic St. Barbara's cathedral, the silver mining museum and well-preserved town center, you should visit nearby Sedlec.  It is here that you will find the Chapel of All Saints with the famous ossuary ("kostnice"), whose entire interior is decorated with human bones dating from the 30 years' war.
Distance: approx. 45 miles (half-day to day trip)

Golden Lane

by bugulma

Golden Lane (Zlata Ulochka) is a small street where after great fire of 1541 lived people who lost their houses. Later archers and smith of gold of King Rudolf II live here later. Moreover Franz Kafka wrote books in the house #22.

Bring Stuff from Home

by carenrich

Small bags are easier to transport. Smaller storage space in vehicles Comfortable shoes while walking on cobblestone streets or in castles and churches. Aspirin, small Kleenex packages, prescription medication, glasses small digital camera is fine

Go to Germany

by lina112

Ohhh yes you can say when you back home that you have been in two countries, this is our case. My friend told me that there are many german cities near to chezc border and we decided to go to Dresden. Is only 2 hours and 30 minutes by train and is a great city to visit. Further info soon on my Dresden page.

Siiiiiiii puedes decir que has estado en 2 paises y este fue nuestro caso. Mi amiga me dijo que hay varias ciudades de Alemania cerca de la frontera checa y en tren se llega muy bién. Decidimos ir a Dresden y fue un viajes maravilloso. Mas info pronto en mi pagina.

Plecnik

by leics

I knew nothing whatsoever about the architect Josef Plecnik (1872 - 1957) until I visited Ljubljana in Slovenia, his birthplace. There's much designed by him in that city, obviously, and he is held in great esteem. I was pleasantly surprised to find that he had had an influence in Prague as well.

In fact, he was chief architect in the castle for a while. There are various bits and pieces around (though many are not on public view). I saw the obelisk outside the cathedral, and the 'bull' staircase which leads down from the third courtyard into the gardens.

I quite like his style, although I am not a particular fan of later architecture. Worth having a look though.

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