Park Holiday

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Kvetnoveho povstani 194, Prague, 10300, Czech Republic
Park Holiday Congress & Wellness Hotel
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Prague - Berlin by train roundtrip - rates and buying

by Torgut

Hello!

I would like to travel next Friday taking the 18:29 train from Hlavni Nadrazi to Berlin. I have been researching a lot and having confusing and sometimes contradictory information. Questions:

1) How much do you think such ticket would cost?
2) Cheaper if bought as roundtrip?
3) Cheaper if bought with a few days notice? I read 3 days will mean saving 50% but I think this is a strange thing. Anyway... I don't have 3 days anymore.

Re: Prague - Berlin by train roundtrip - rates and buying

by caffelatte

From bahn.de: http://www.bahn.de/p/view/angebot/international/europaspezial/europakarte.shtml?et_cid=940&et_lid=488378
Looks like 60euro standard fare, but 29euro if bought 3 days in advance (on some trains?). AT this point, it is showing that price for trains starting saturday.

Re: Prague - Berlin by train roundtrip - rates and buying

by HansDK

Have you considered going by bus? EUR 64/return.

http://www.touring.de/index.php?id=2&L=1

Re: Prague - Berlin by train roundtrip - rates and buying

by Torgut

Yes, I know Student Agency but I refuse to spend an awful night with no sleep, ruining my mood for the weekend. :-)

Re: Prague - Berlin by train roundtrip - rates and buying

by HansDK

The link I posted is not Student Agency and the buses are not overnight buses.

Re: Prague - Berlin by train roundtrip - rates and buying

by Torgut

Yes, you are totally right. I can't use them though, as my friend works and only be free after 16:00, while the bus departure is at 15:00. A pity.

Re: Prague - Berlin by train roundtrip - rates and buying

by r13

You could buy special price on-line tickets for 28 EUR each way 3 days in advance, but just for some trains (not for the one you were mentioning).

Regular price one way Prague-Berlin is 51 EUR, return: 81 EUR, so it is cheaper.

Re: Prague - Berlin by train roundtrip - rates and buying

by Torgut

Humm I see... and do you think there is a discount for, let's say, 3 persons?

Travel Tips for Prague

Go to the Charles Bridge early...

by otvirg

Go to the Charles Bridge early in the morning, before sunrise. Right as the sun is coming up the whole city is lit up and beautiful, plus, its the only time that the isn't swamped with tourists and vendors. I was in Prague during the NBA semi-finals, Michael Jordans last season(at the time), a bar I went to was owned by an American from Chicago. We went to another bar at 3:00 in the morning and watched MJ and Bulls beat the Pacers. It was a surreal experience watching basketball in Prague in an American bar surrounded by Czechs.

House façades on and near Old Town Square

by extrajoce

The buildings in central Prague are often very richly and skillfully decorated - it is not surprising to admire one without finding any record of it in any guide book. The Art Nouveau elegance is clear on this one, but there are so many other styles, including a predominance of sgraffiti and baroque.

If you are in a traditional...

by kenbac

If you are in a traditional Czech pub – pivnice – and you want another, just finish your beer and sit where you are and you will be brought a fresh one, without asking.
If you want to go, call for your bill and pay before finishing. This is normal practice in Prague. It’s not a trick on tourists. If you don’t go with tradition and end up with a beer you didn’t want, you can try giving it back to the waiter, but I think you might lose this one.

National Monument, Vitkov Hill

by Uncle_Wiggly

... or the Monument to National Liberation and Memorial to Jan Zizka of Trocnov on Vitkov Hill, to give it its full title. This is visible from all over the city, but it is rarely visited or mentioned in travel guides - we went on a beautiful summer's day and encountered only a couple of other people in the vicinity. It comprises a huge granite building - which for many years held the remains of the Communist President Klement Gottwald in its mausoleum - the largest equestrian statue in Europe (apparently) and, round the back, some Soviet era statues glorifying the proletariat. You can take a tour of the building on the first Saturday of every month - unfortunately I wasn't able to do this, but if you fancy it you should contact the National Museum, which owns the building. The surrounding park is also pleasant to stroll around. I've included a link to an interesting article about the monument below.

Strahov Monastery on the left, Loreta to the right

by dabidc

One final view from the Cathedral roof and then to ground level, so that everyone feels better on terra firma and we can go exploring some of the places we have seen from the roof top.

Looking west the wide red roofed building in the top centre section is the Strahov Monastery.

There are rare collections of books dating back to the 12th Century, the collections can be viewed form the doorways to the rooms. Opening times are much like many of the other main buildings of interest to tourists, 9.00am to 5.00pm, there are exceptions, some close for lunch and some are only open in the morning. It is wise to check ahead of any visit you wish to make.

The twin towered building to the right is the
Church of Loreto,built in 1720 and includes treasury which in turn houses a Monstrance with some 6,000 diamonds .

Again try to visit this church early in the morning before the crowds arrive.

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