Transfer Prague-Vienna by train.
In this regard, do not tell me:
Direct in my opinion three, to go about 4 hours, about the price I will not say a long time ago in 2 class was 25 euros in one direction.
went Prague-Vienna two years ago, one way, really.
left Prague at 8:00, in Vienna were at 12:30, costing somewhere 900 kroons second class (then – about 35 dollars)
in destination Viden.
Well, choose the date.
And Vienna – the final or one of.
But there is one trap.
traveled from Vienna to Dresden through Prague.
I boarded the train – they say the wrong car – this one through Brno to Warsaw.
and to go there to pay extra.
until it found out – ran the floor of the train and talked with all the conductors and conductors (all the cream of the Russians were Pts adequate and tried to help)
but like I read on the sites – not so scary.
The easiest way to avoid confusion with reservations is with a transfer to Brno. The journey, together with the transfer, takes about 5 hours. direct train without transplants – 4,5 hours.
Thank you, we, of course, want direct!
you necessarily want to train?
Eurolines buses run twice a day, en route 4-4.5 hours, costs 22 one way, about 40 round trip with an open return date.
Ltd! Super! And where do they go from and where can I see the schedule?
about Prague I do not know, in the vein of the eurolines “bus station” in 10 minutes from the center by metro.
schedule and prices, etc., of course, on the site.
traveled a year ago just such a route. I do not understand why you need to go with transplants, if it’s easy to get straight ahead? tickets took the day before departure at the station in Prague. Aunt in the cash register is very polite, everything is easy to explain and found some kind of discount rate. the only thing – the departure was not from the station itself, it seems, but from some junction station. but it’s not at all scary))
And at what station did they take tickets?
I do not remember what is called) Of two words – the first on “H”, the second on “N”))))