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  • Date / time: 2014-05-08 04:09:36Name: Stephanie

    Hi! There\‚re two of us going by train from Prague to Krakow and we\‘re considering the night train. But still kind of confused by the price list, is it we have to pay the extra 22 euro/person (given that we choose to stay as the only two of us, same sex)if we need beds based on the 38 euro/ person for the second class seats (via e-ticket)? Or what other recommendations would you give us? THANKS!:)


    • Date / time: 2014-05-08 12:14:49Name: Pavla

      Dear Stephanie, please, look here. The prices are final there. You will just have to add a pick up (15 EUR) or delivery fee (20 EUR). If you want beds, you should buy paper tickets, if you want seats, you should choose the e-tickets (better price). Kind regards Pavla


      • Date / time: 2014-05-08 14:20:49Name: Stephanie

        Thanks pavla! but what's that pick up fee for? for luggage? cuz we'll carry backpacks with us so guess that fee is not needed? also wanna know is it we still have to buy a second class ticket and also a ticket worth 64euro?or simply paying 64euro for each person for a bed will be okay? thanks!


        • Date / time: 2014-05-09 18:48:24Name: Pavla

          Dear Ms. Stephanie, the pick up is a form of delivery of the tickets. You can read more here. The price are final as I said. You can look into the booking form. You will see that you will simply choose sets OR bed OR couchettes…


        • Date / time: 2014-05-08 14:26:52Name: Stephanie

          I mean what are the available choices for people taking night train? am I right for the below options?

          1. bed compartment for 3
          2. seat in 2nd class

          cuz the website is kind of confusing to read.. so sorry for all the hassles and THANKS!!!


          • Date / time: 2014-05-09 18:50:43Name: Pavla

            … it may be also wise for you to read through our FAQ about night trains. E.g. the first question explains the differences between the cabins – the names are probably what is confusing you. Kind regards