Hotel Wienna

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Suchdolske nam. 9, Praha 6, Prague, Bohemia, 16500, Czech Republic
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Train to Vienna

by Judiz more question...I will have a Eurail pass...and yes I know someone else gave me all the best websites to go through...but for the life of me I cant find it! Apologies...just wondering what site I am best booking my train travel through...I know trenitalia for Italy and sbb for switzerland...but not sure for Czech Republic and Austria...cheers I am having a blonde moment!

Re: Train to Vienna

by stamporama

From Prague to Vienna, you can check the timetables and fares at Czech Railways website

You might also opt to buy tickets right at the Holesovice station in Prague at least a day before your trip. See my tip on this below.

Re: Train to Vienna

by Maryimelda

There really is no need to book in advance unless you are looking at overnight trains. Just book as you go, or if you want to save time before you board the train book your onward seats when you arrive in each place. This way means you are not tied down to any particular train. Also, if you reserve your seat just before the train leaves, if you happen to miss one, you quite simply get the next one. As far as I'm concerned advance bookings are fine for people (like me) who don't use Eurail passes when they travel and want to take advantage of the savings to be made by advance bookiong. In your case, there is nothing whatsoever to be gained financially from booking in advance. Trains do not usually book out unless they are night trains or on the very rare occasions during the peak of the high season. Eurail passes (uinless you are under 26) are all first class seats, which don't book out as quickly as 2nd class.

Re: Train to Vienna

by hawkhead

I wonder if you have already bought your Eurail Pass? 'cos the general consensus on VT seems to be that it is a waste of money. Eurail is an agency and not a rail company and it is far cheaper to just book point to point tickets and travel as per Maryimelda suggests.

Re: Train to Vienna

by globetrott
is for Austria, BUT also on etc. you will find the most important connections within Austria, just make sure that you search for the right cities.
The best thing for you with a Eurail-pass is the fact that you dont have to buy a ticket for each and every trip, you mostly just hop on the train and only for a very few, very fast trains you need a reservation as well and you can do that 1-2 days in advance.

Re: Train to Vienna

by r13

Yes, You can come to the railway station and buy ticket for 38 EUR (not likely to sell out).

Or You can buy via internet for 19 EUR here:
Limitations> fixed train (and not available on all connections), on sale 60 to 3 days before departure, need to register.

Travel Tips for Prague

Korona to USD exchange


Prague is the capital of the czech republic and so the currency for the czech republic is the Koruna.
Regarding the Euro the Czech republic had originally aimed for 2008/2009 but the current goverment has oficially dropped the 2010 target date saying it will clearly not be able to meet the economic criteria.
The new stated goal is for 2012.
When i travelled to Prague i exchanged dollars to Koruna easily at the exchange or at hotels but they sometimes refused to exchange the Koruna to dollars.So i propose you do not over exchange.

Conversion Koruna to dollar
1USD : 16.06 CSK
1CZK : 0.062 USD

The exchange shops & Hotels might try to profit from such exchange but at least you have guidline.

Enjoy... Charles Bridge

Some more of basic info...

by Lejla06

Where to buy tickets

Ticketpro in Prague Information Service
- Old Town Hall, Staromestske nam. 1, Praha 1
- Lesser Town Bridge Tower, Praha 1 (during summer season)

reservations by mail - 110 00 Praha 1, Klimentska 22, fax 234 704 204, e-mail:

Lost credit cards: - American Express - phone 222 800 222
Visa, MasterCard/Eurocard - phone 272 771 111
Diners Club - phone 267 197 450

In 2007 the entrance fees to the Prague historical places of interest, museums and galleries are usually between 50 to 120 CZK, some of the private museums are more expensive. The admission fee charged at some of the largest and most significant historical sites such as the Prague Castle (350 CZK) and the Jewish Museum (290 CZK) appears to be rather high. However the ticket is valid for visits to several places and it makes it very cheap. All the fees can be reduced because of the system discounts etc. Some of the places allow free admission on one of the days in a month.

Drawings for sale

by Islandcat

On Karls Bridge lots of artist both musicians and painters are showing their arts. I think this particular drawings are very good. The tourist trap is ofcourse that these paintings are not so very cheap.

Packing List

by dogears

COMFORTABLE SHOES - can be much walking, hills & climbing stairs. Trams go everywhere though. :: Umbrella and sweater in spring until early June then shorts and sandals, it does get hot. Make sure the pension has a shower because many have (difficult) bathtubs. Get close up shots of the highly detailed towers, buildings and ornamentation with a TELEPHOTO (135mm) lens for one day, otherwise you have just so many buildings, yea, great. Use a zoom point-and-shoot on other days. The digital camera for interiors and all the buildings illuminated at night. No photo's in churches and museums, as usual. Bank cards work at all the machines, often for the best exchange rate. Forget travelors checks, 'change' booths & peddlers. Credit card companies get at least 3% commission on every transaction. So load up the checking account at home with cash. :: CZ is the next to be admitted to the EU and convert to the Euro.

Sundials of Klementinum

by jkey

Just a few steps from Charles bridge lies a complex of Klementinum buildings. Klementinum was a Jesuit college, astronomical observatory, metheorological observatory and now serves as centre of National Library. 12 ancient sundials are in the complex. Some visible only from hardly accesible places closed to public, so it's quite adventurous and almost impossible to see them all.


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Address: Suchdolske nam. 9, Praha 6, Prague, Bohemia, 16500, Czech Republic