Hotel Pankrac Hotel Prague

Na Pankraci 1597 / 76, Prague, Bohemia, 140 00, Czech Republic
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Train from Prague to Vienna

by matthewsr

Do you have to change trains when going from Prague to Vienna? It seems like it is a fairly long trip. Would like to take a day train. Finally can I just get a ticket the day before the trip?

Re: Train from Prague to Vienna

by Dabs

We did not have to change trains when going either direction, obviously it depends on the train you select but there are direct options.

You can buy train tickets in advance here, according to another VT member it is cheaper to buy in advance (sale starts 60 days before departure)

We did buy our tickets the day before so that is also an option. The direct trains should take about 4 1/2 hours

Re: Train from Prague to Vienna

by leics

As noted, it depends on the departure time you choose.

If you look here:

You will get train times and details in English. To see intermediate stations (not those at which you change) click the grey arrow to the left of each departure.

I believe you can now buy online but popping into the station a day or so before you travel is also ok.

Re: Train from Prague to Vienna

by leics

Not all station staff speak English, so it's always a good idea to get the hotel staff (or the Tourist Office staff) to write down exactly what you want in Czech, just in case.

Re: Train from Prague to Vienna

by globetrott

there are only a few local trains where you have to change in Breclav, they are not ment for tourists !
almost all trains go to Vienna direct without changing of trains, BUT then in Vienna they are building a completely new central trainstation and that is why we have quite a chaos here with trains.
In some trains you have to change in Wien Simmering, BUT that makes sense only when you NEED to you to another station like Wien-Meidling, Wien-Mitte etc.
Otherwise you get out of the train in Wien Simmering and take the metro U3 from there and go to your hotel.
and when you take a closer look at the schedules in or
that 2nd train that is mentioned there as the 2nd train you have to change to is the metro U3 anyway !

Travel Tips for Prague

Accomodation for stag parties

by St_Vincent

If you are planning a stag trip or something similar then you might find it difficult finding a hotel that will take your booking. We had the same problem but found the answer at , a website that requires no explanation. You book your own flights and they will find you accommodation in hotels who are used to coping with large groups of tourists. I suggest you check the location though as these hotels are often some way from the centre so you might end up getting a lot of taxis.

One airport transfer is included so if your party are arriving on different flights some will need to make their own arrangements for getting to the hotel. They will also arrange activities whilst you are there like paintballing, go-karting pub crawls etc. and of course a little adult activity in the evening if you want it.

Developing pictures in Prague

by grkboiler

If you are worried about developing your film in Prague, don't be. There are 2 stores I used and both did an excellent job. The prices were only slightly higher than in the US.

Fotografia Praha, located in a shopping center off Vodickova, was very good. They didn't speak any language besides Czech, but knew exactly what I needed and did a great job.

Foto Real in Old Town also did a good job, but I was more satisfied with the service at Fotografia Praha.

Easter Traditions

by abchurch00

We visited Prague during Easter and before we went, I read up on the city's tradition and was delighted to find they were for the most part still true.

Each Easter, the boys make "whipping sticks" and decorate them with paint or ribbons. The girls color beautiful eggs and decorate them as well. The boys then go chasing the girls trying to whip them on the legs of the girls. If the boys catch the girls, the girls have to give the boys one of her eggs.

I don't know if this still happens in everyday life but they have "whipping sticks" and decorated eggs for sale everywhere so we decided to pick up a few and chase eachother around to feel like a real Czech!

Castle - guided tour

by irisha

I wasn't part of this myself, but the guide who gave us the tour around the Castle told us that one day every year, on some kind of a public holiday perhaps, the castle opens its door to the visitors. I'm afraid I don't remember the exact date or even month when it happens, but it either is May or October. Yeah, almost the same I know. ;) I suppose this information should be online somewhere.

So, mostly locals but also a small number of city guests show up at the castle on this day and a couple of people from the President's team give them the grand tour around the presidential building, for free and of course with all the details about the every day functioning of the country's most important office. This surely sounds interesting, I hope to listen to such a tour myself one day.

The Town Hall and the Clock

by ophiro

This is not off the beaten path it is a must see.
This is a beautiful building and you can also climb the town hall for great view (I think it is 40 Kc) and the clock is very beautiful.

Although it is a very touristic place and you see it for 5 minutes only it is a must.


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