1st of April, UPDATE: Due to the current global COVID-19 pandemic, all international passenger rail/bus transport between the Czech Republic and Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland has been suspended until further notice. Most of other international rail/bus services are currently suspended too.

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  • Date / time: 2016-07-24 13:45:35Name: Siward Vloemans

    We want to travel from Budapest to Prague by train. Is it required to make a reservation or can we buy the tickets at the train station as well? We are from the Netherlands


    • Date / time: 2016-07-24 16:17:27Name: Lucie Jiskrová


      thank you for your message. We generally recommend to buy the tickets at least few weeks in advance, as soon as you know your travel dates. Mainly if you want to travel in the 1st class or on a night train, then you should buy the tickets well in advance, because the availability is limited. Buying tickets at the train station is possible (subject of availability), but the prices may be different.

      Kind regards