Little Town Budget Hotel

Malostranske square 11 / 260, Lesser town square, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic
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Day trip to Plzen

by packtarl

Can anyone tell me the best way to get to Plzen (Train Or Bus). There are 4 of us and we would like to visit for the day and do the brewery tour. We would prefer the train. How much would the fare be? How regular is the service? Which of Pragues 2 stations do the trains leave from? Any info gratefully received. Thankyou all.

Re: Day trip to Plzen

by leics

will give you timetables but not fares. Search for 'Praha'. Trains go from the main station (Hlavní nádraží).

is a journeyplanner which will give you train/bus possibilities.

allows you to calculate fares. Prague to Plzen appears to be 109 CZK (about 4.5 euro, ridiculously cheap).

Re: Day trip to Plzen

by HansDK

Trains runs every hour. Traveltime: about 1½ hours.
From Praha hl.n. 16 past the hour. From Praha-Smíchov 24 past the hour. From Plzen hl.n. 8 past the hour.

Timetable (czech):

From Praha hl.n.
One-way CZK 145
Return CZK 261

One-way CZK 140
Return CZK 252

Re: Day trip to Plzen

by pida85

You get a group discount if you ask for it. Two or more people are considered as a group. Return fare for 4 people is 654 CZK (just about 7euro per person return).It's little harder to find group fares at, it's hidden in Special offers.

You can also buy a day trainpass (called CD NET) for groups up to 5 people for 880 CZK and go by train wherever you want, e.g. from Plzen to Ceske Budejovice (home of Budweiser) and than back to Prague.

Re: Day trip to Plzen

by pida85

One more thing. What appears at is fare for railcard holders. If you want to find the fare without customer card, click on ticket type "zakaznicka jednoducha" and select "Obycejna jednoducha". In Karta which allows you to use fare shown at the main page costs 600CZK for 3 years.

Travel Tips for Prague

Prague State Opera

by barryg23

One of the highlights of our trip to Prague was seeing Carmen at the State Opera. The Opera House, near the National Museum at the southern end of Wencesles Square, is modelled on the Vienna Opera House, though on a smaller scale.

It's a small and intimate venue and there are great views from almost every seat. We bought our tickets only an hour before the opera started so most of the best tickets had already gone but we managed to get two seats in one of the boxes at the highest level for 600 Koruny (about 20 Euro) each.

Sternbersky Palac

by bugulma

Sternbern Palace was built in 1698-1707. Nowadays the national gallery is situated in the palace. There are many interesting exhibits of old Italian, Flemish, Czech and even Russian paintings. The gallery is opened daily, except Mondays, from 10 am to 6 pm.

Pack according to the season

by irisha

If you're travelling in winter, be sure to bring your warmest clothes as it is quite cold in months like December and January. Don't hesitate to put an undershirt on as well as woolen socks. I think it'd be wise to bring your own medicine (just 2-3 pills) just in case you catch a cold, once you feel the first signs of a cold or a flu, you can pop a pill and get better sooner than if you go looking for the right drugstore and medicine.

Book abyss - IDIOM

by XBlanka

Visit the Municipal Library of Prague located at Marianske namesti 1, few steps from the Old Town Square. When you enter the main entrance there is kind of huge column made of books (called "Idiom") standing upstairs. Go to it and look inside ... you`ll feel like in a deep abyss of literature. It`s a production of a Slovak artist Matej Kren. There is no entrance fee.

The Library is closed on Sundays and Mondays.

Baroque mansions overlooking the Vlatava.

by hundwalder

Shown is a sample of the architectural gems on the banks of the Vlatava River a couple of klicks upstream ( south ) of " da famous tourist bridge boss ".

These mansions were built about 300 years ago for the rich and snobby. Currently they are apartment buildings. The baroque architectural elements are magnificant. Great wrought iron work. The sheer rock retaining wall drops vertically to the water.

These buildings and many others can be seen from the long riverfront footpath or from a tour boat.


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