Trains Czech Republic
According to Czech Railways moves per day over 7000 trains. Among them are express, international and regional trains. Rail transport in the Czech Republic is a success.
Travel around the country with the help ofrail transport is very convenient. Czech Trains go to other European countries: Poland, Austria, Germany, Slovakia. The country is located in the central part of Europe, it is therefore a good starting point for international travel. Stations are available in almost all the localities of the country. The total length of the railway is approximately equal to 9.5 thousand kilometers. Of these, about 100 km are on the narrow-gauge railways.
Purchase a train ticket
Train schedule in the Czech Republic can be found at the railway station or on the Internet. Looking at cd.cz - site of Czech Railways, you can find the right route and book a ticket.
In domestic travel ticket to the countrythe train is considered valid in other trains, which follow a similar route. Outside the Czech Republic, this rule does not apply, so the ticket can be used only in a particular train. Returns and exchanges can be made of the ticket before the departure date at the box office. E-ticket can not be used by another passenger, as it is considered to be nominal. If you plan a trip to inland, it is not necessary to print the e-ticket. Suffice it to present its controller in a laptop or smartphone. Acquire w / tickets online is more profitable to cd.cz. site Pay the fare before the trip can be by contacting the controller. In this embodiment, the journey will cost more.
No reservation is required,in the case of inland transport. But when traveling to Austria, Germany, Poland and other European countries it is recommended to take care of the ticket in advance. Early booking allows you to get a discount on the fare.
And train stations
Centre rail link Czech Republic is Prague. The most important stations: Main Station and the railway station Holešovice. From the Main Station goes most of the Czech trains.
Tickets for the train to allow the Czech Republic to hold anyplace in the car without a reservation specific location. Specific places shown on the ticket in the fast trains. The fast trains carriages have compartments, each with 6 seats provided.
Czech trains are divided into different types: night, high-speed, long-distance, inter-regional, suburban, regional. As for the route, the most popular are the following: Prague - Ostrava, Prague - Brno, Prague - Berlin.