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Home :: Czech Permanent resident travel from Germany
  • Date / time: 2020-03-30 23:36:27Name: Nguyen Thi Tram Oanh

    Dear sir or madam; I’m Czech permanent resident working in Germany. I want to go back to Czech Republic now. What public transportation can I go, and what border can I cross to go to 25 Potucky, Karlovy Vary?

    Thank you.


    • Date / time: 2020-03-31 10:47:45Name: Pavla Janoušková

      Hello. Thank you for the comment. For Czech citizens and Czech permanent residents there was arranged a small number of direct bus afternoon connections.We can arrange a ticket for you from Frankfurt (45 EUR)/ Berlin (30 EUR)/Dresden (30 EUR) /Munich (34 EUR) to Prague. You can buy a ticket here: https://czech-transport.com/in­dex.php?…

      Then you can simply take a bus or a train to Karlovy Vary. train: https://czech-transport.com/in­dex.php?… bus: https://czech-transport.com/in­dex.php?…

      Kind regards Pavla


      • Date / time: 2020-03-31 10:57:08Name: Pavla Janoušková

        Hello again, one more detail – in order to get on the special bus, you have to show your permanent residence permit to prove that you are a Czech permanent resident. Otherwise, you will not be transported.

        Kind regards Pavla