Hotel Kanarek

Proti Proudu 6, Prague, Bohemia, 10200, Czech Republic
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okay, so i thought i didn't have any questions about the berlin-prague train!

by coramper

tried to use the site, and it would not show me fares, saying that they were not available for me to view. could this be because my current location is the us? i can always use, which is usa based website, but their prices are high, high, high! my plan is to buy tickets to prague as soon as i arrive in i can get at least the 3 day advance purchase. does anyone know, is the pricing structure of the trains similar to that of the airlines? are the discounted seats capacity controlled or can you get a 3-day advance purchase even if there are only a few seats on the plane? in other words, does the train company limit the amount of seats that are sold with a discount? thanks for any help, susan

Re: okay, so i thought i didn't have any questions about the berlin-prague train!

by leics

Yes, there are limits to discount fare availability on (and they often sell out quickly), so the earlier you book the better.

I can find fares for most trains using

Some departures (those involving several changes, for example, do not have fares displayed.

One way standard fare is 60.20 euro The advance fare is 29 euro, but is definitely limited in availability.

It is possible that fares will not be shown if you are looking way, way ahead though.

Do not use Raileurope if you can possibly help it. They are not train operators, merely a ticket agency.

Berlin - Prague train

by thirstytraveller

I bought couple of days earlier and paid 39 €, but the basic rate is 29.

Re: okay, so i thought i didn't have any questions about the berlin-prague train!

by coramper

leics, didn't know for years that raileurope was a tour operator...then discovered how much lower train tickets were when i got to europe! rude awakening, because the raileurope site looks very "official" and i thought it was a direct link to european train system. tried all the links on and they don't seem to be working for me, so will just hope that there are some cheap berlin-prague seats left when i arrive in berlin. i will have a three day advance, so i'll keep my fingers crossed! also, is it cheaper to buy my return to berlin when i arrive in prague? things are cheaper in prague than they are in berlin, but if you are travelling on a german train...sorry to be so ignorant, but i know next to nothing about train fares and how they are structured. thanks again for all the help, susan

Re: okay, so i thought i didn't have any questions about the berlin-prague train!

by delcity

use to be the cheapest way was in germany buy a ticket to a town on the border .sorry can not recall name of town. and then buy ticket from border town to prague. it was a little longer route but you saved about half.
think you can reserve or purchase the tickets on line. one from and the other from czech rail company.

Re: okay, so i thought i didn't have any questions about the berlin-prague train!

by K_V_B

If you plan on buying your tickets in Europe buy all of them as soon as you can. You can buy Berlin - Prague in Prague without much trouble.

Go to:
This site does show prices for the direct Praha - Berlin trains, and you can book them there.

Travel Tips for Prague

If You're in the Old Town Square. . .

by mrclay2000

You are near the Astronomical Clock, the ancient church of Our Lady before Tyn (the twin towers overlooking the square), a series of nice shops and bistros, a currency exchange office, and a series of outlets to other hotspots: Melantrichova to Wenceslas Square, Karlova to the Charles Bridge and Castle Hill, Pariska into the Jewish Quarter, and Celetna into the more modern areas of Prague. The Old Town Square is a perfect hub for sightseeing and resting, but be careful to get a seat at one of the many benches or bistro seats -- they are often packed.

Food to Try in Prague: Domaci Klobasa

by mbsimjam

Domaci Klobasa literally means "home-made sausage". It is available in many pubs and is a great accompaniment to beer, as is many of their pub foods!

It is comparable to Kielbasa (polish sausage), but is different, of course. It is generally served with mustard, horseradish (could be fresh or from a jar, but fresh is so much better), and bread.

My favourite place for this is either U Krbu or Murphy's (see my tips for info on these pubs). But most any place that is a quality pub will provide you with a good sample of this Czech "delicacy" if they have it, because sausage IS a very important food to Czechs and they don't take it lightly!

You can also find klobasa all over from street vendors, but keep in mind two things...1. It is usually a lower quality meat, and 2. They almost never give you horseradish, which is absolutely ESSENTIAL!!:)

The most important thing I...

by simondavies7

The most important thing I learnt in the Czech Rep. is how to order a Czech Beer. I dont know how to spell it so I'll write it how it sounds.... BIVER CHESKA! What more could you possibly need to know?

The post office door - opposite St Vitus

by DAO

Just opposite St. Vitus Cathedral is a Post Office. No need to go in, just look at the door! I was almost expecting that they would have a sign saying no postcards! I did post some cards from the central post office, but apparently I went to the wrong desk, and no one has ever seen those postcards again !

Velkoprevorske Square

by Amazonka

This is another romantic location. This quiet and intimate place is surrounded by beautiful palace archetcture. The Velkoprevorsky Palace has its own garden, which had the largest (and maybe the oldest) plane tree in Prague. This, however, is beyond the "john Lennon wall", which gained its name under the old socialist regime. Poems, declarations of love and anti-communist slogans were written on the wall. It was here that the symbolic grave of the famous singer was established. The square became a popular place for young people to gather as well as a place of protest against the regime at that time. When the slogans got too provocative, the police had them all painted over, thus clearing the way for ever new slogans and poems.


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