Zderaz

Na Zderaze 8, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic
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Prague to Bucharest

by krimbow

I want to travel there by Coach or Train
Can anyone help with availabilty and price of journey.
cheers.

Re: Prague to Bucharest

by leics

Use

http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/index.shtml

to find train times (21+ hours).

The Czech railway website in English is here:

http://www.cd.cz/static/eng/

You can find times etc through their link to:

http://jizdnirady.idnes.cz/vlakyautobusy/spojeni/

You will find long-distance bus times and details via:

http://www.bei.cz/

English translation top left of page.

Or you can go straight to

http://www.elines.cz/pdf/bus72.pdf

which gives you the timetable. Using the booking online process will give you fares.

Re: Prague to Bucharest

by Vasja

Train (route as direct one goes): one way 135 euro (+ sleeper supplement)
If you have any rail card which includes Rail Plus - 101 euro)

N.B. Both prices valid if bought in Czech republic (if you afraid about sleeper reservation you can purchase the one ahead from DB, while ticket already in Prague)

Re: Prague to Bucharest

by kopvas

Vasja, to pay 135 euro for such trip is too much... And if you were attentive enough and looked thoroughly on the website you've sited somewhere here (http://europetrainsguide.com/) you would of noticed that this same route can be done twice as cheap with minimum time loss and one easy change.
Prague-Budapest (bought from CD eshop costs from 19 euro)+ Budapest-Bucuresti Nord costs app.40-45 euro one way. Everything what is required form the OP is to change trains in BP and purchase BP-Bucuresti ticket in Hungary ;)
Good luck...

Re: Prague to Bucharest

by Great_Traveller

hi, as check the low cost airline skyeurope, may be as cheap as the train.

Re: Prague to Bucharest

by leics

Don't think Skyeurope fly that route any more.

Smartwings do though. www.smartwings.com

Travel Tips for Prague

Walk, and walk, and walk

by davidfmendes

It's a delicious place to walk, walk and walk alone, getting lost, seeing beautiful people from all over the world (just capture their faces in the middle of the crowd of tourists), getting amazed, feeling time pass by.

TANCICI DUM --- DANCING HOUSE

by LoriPori

As Hans and I walked along the Vitava River toward the Centrum, we came across this very unusual structure. Known as the fred and ginger house, because it looks like two people dancing, the TANCICI DUM or "DANCING HOUSE " was designed by the architect Frank O. Gehry. I'm not sure if it was an apartment or a commercial building, but it sure was cool and very innovative.

Located in Praha 2

NB I have since learned that it is the Prague headquarters of ING, the Dutch Insurance Group.

Religion niuance

by Raimix

Comparing to belief statistics in Europe, Czechs (together with Estonians) is at the bottom, it means, most of people here are disbelievers. As it was visible, Prague possess great number of churches, but almost all of them are empty or used more for tourism of musical activities than mass service.

I wonder how statistics is as it is. Could it be influence of former learning of atheism in Warsaw pact countries? Is it silent protest of Catholic Church winning against Hussites? Maybe possible thinking that religion hasn’t made anything special for country development?

Lots to explore in the down town streets

by Xdrive

Because Prague has its own history during past 200 years, so the buildings in down town have its own character, and they have their own culture and spirits in the building and even on the street. You need to spend time to explore during walking on the street. Here is one of the example, an arts on the street.

Zamek Troja, North Prague

by hundwalder

Zamek ( chateau ) Troja was built in 1679 as the Summer home of the count of Sternberk. ( I wonder what it was used for the rest of the year ). So much for the lifestyles of the rich and idle. The elaborate and detailed sculptures at the palace entrance and throughout the gardens were laboriously completed in 1685. You can stroll around the sculptured and perfectly maintained gardens free of charge. Gates to the chateau grounds are opened at 0900 daily. The nearly tourist free Troja district of north Praha welcomes visitors.

Inside is an exhibit of 19th century Bohemian art, a collection of historic costumes, and a Marco Polo inspired oriental exhibit. Directly across the street is one of Europe's best zoos.

Take Metro line C ( subway ) north to Nadrazi Holesovice station. Go upstairs to the bus depot and take the "zoo" bus. # 5,12, or 14.

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