All international trains arrive either at Praha hlavni nadrazi (main train station) or at Praha Holesovice. The main train station is located only a few minutes from Prague's city centre. At both stations you can find money exchange offices, tourist information offices and a left language service. You are also able to book accommodation through some agencies here. Remember, in summer the international trains tend to be full and you should book your seat at least a few weeks ahead. If you are arriving by bus you’re most likely to terminate your journey at the main bus terminal Praha Florenc (see Florenc Map ). This bus terminal is about 15 minutes from the city centre, situated on the eastern edge of the New Town, it is easily accessible by tube (yellow line B and red line C) and trams. The bus terminal also has a left language facility and some exchange offices. Bus is the cheapest way to travel across Europe. The Czech Republic provides connections from/to major European cities several times a week.|
Where Arrive International Trains?
All International trains arrive at the Main or Holesovice Stations. Both are located on the C line of the subway and are served by several tram lines.