The main railway station in Prague, providing international railway connections. It is the home of Czech speed trains – Pendolinos (to Bratislava and previously to Vienna). From here you can also travel to Germany (Munich, Nuremberg), Poland (Warsaw, Krakow), Hungary (Budapest) or Austria (Salzburg).
The oldest railway station in Prague, dating back to 1845, located in the center of Prague near Nádraží Florenc and Hlavní nádraží (Prague main railway station) on the metro station Náměstí Republiky – Line B. Trains of this railway station lead to nearby towns around Prague and to the faraway Czech destinations.
Metro Station on Line C and Line B, serving as a Prague main bus terminal. From here, there is a bus connection to the main Czech cities – Brno, Ostrava, Pilsen, Karlovy Vary and others, as well as abroad destinations.
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Last update: 2014-02-12