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There are 14 daily trains from Berlin to Prague. Traveling by train from Berlin to Prague usually takes around 6 hours and 18 minutes, but the fastest Railjet train can make the trip in 4 hours and 14 minutes.
|Distance||175 mi (281 km)|
|Fastest train||4h 14m|
|Trains per day||6|
|Most frequent service||Deutsche Bahn|
What is the price of a train ticket from Berlin to Prague?
In the last month, €20.22 was the average price of a train ticket from Berlin to Prague. This is about as inexpensive as train tickets ever get. You can expect to find tickets at that price or lower if you book your trip at least 19 days in advance. Otherwise, expect to pay around €45.79 more than that for a same-day booking.
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Since the average price of train trips from Berlin to Prague remains pretty consistent throughout the year, there’s no need to book your tickets too far in advance. However, we still recommend you purchase your train tickets at least 48 hours ahead of departure time to avoid surprise last-minute surges and the risk of the train selling out.
Which train should you take from Berlin to Prague?
There are 5 train lines with service from Berlin to Prague. Deutsche Bahn is the most popular choice with travelers, offering scheduled service on 11 trains each day.
|Train||Daily Trips||Avg. Time||Avg. Price|
|DB Eurocity||2||4h 35m||€57.12|
|Deutsche Bahn||11||7h 24m||€49.93|
|Deutsche Bahn with non-federally owned railway company||2||9h 59m||€45.91|
DB Eurocity train tickets from Berlin to Prague start from €30, and on average cost . Daily there are 2 DB Eurocity schedules to Prague. DB Eurocity in Berlin leaves from Berlin Central Station and one other station. And in Prague trains arrive at Praha hl.n. and one other train station.
From Berlin to Prague train travel on DB Eurocity takes 4 hours and 35 minutes. If you are looking to get to Prague faster, DB Eurocity offers more express schedule options with a travel time of 4 hours and 14 minutes.
If you're considering a weeked trip, DB Eurocity offers 6 schedules for you to choose from. You can expect to pay for a one-way train ticket to Prague.
Deutsche Bahn with non-federally owned railway company train tickets from Berlin to Prague start from €21, and on average cost . Daily there are 2 Deutsche Bahn with non-federally owned railway company schedules to Prague. Deutsche Bahn with non-federally owned railway company in Berlin leaves from Rigaer Straße and 4 other stations. And in Prague trains arrive at Praha hl.n. .
From Berlin to Prague train travel on Deutsche Bahn with non-federally owned railway company takes 9 hours and 59 minutes. If you are looking to get to Prague faster, Deutsche Bahn with non-federally owned railway company offers more express schedule options with a travel time of 4 hours and 14 minutes.
If you're considering a weeked trip, Deutsche Bahn with non-federally owned railway company offers 2 schedules for you to choose from. You can expect to pay for a one-way train ticket to Prague.
Part of the FlixBus family, FlixTrain launched in 2018 to offer affordable and sustainable train travel in Germany. Its trains provide Wi-Fi, power outlets, air conditioning, onboard restrooms, and access to an entertainment portal full of movies, games, and music. In addition, each passenger gets a guaranteed seat, so you don't have to worry about standing in any aisles. FlixTrain operates 3 daily trips to Prague from Berlin. The train usually departs from Berlin Central Station in Berlin and arrives at Prague Florenc Bus Station in Prague after about 6 hours and 0 minutes.
Railjet is a high-speed intercity train company with trains capable of reaching speeds of 230 kilometers per hour. While these speedy trains will make any trip quick, passengers can still enjoy extra legroom on seats to air conditioning, complimentary WiFi, power outlets, restrooms, and a cafe with snacks and drinks available for purchase.
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The distance between Berlin and Prague is approximately 175 miles, or 281 kilometers. The average train journey between these two cities takes 6 hours and 18 minutes, although the absolute fastest you could get there is 4 hours and 14 minutes.
Looking for ways to pass the time? Most trains are equipped with Wi-Fi, which means you can stream music, browse social media or get some work done during your ride. That said, in case your train has a spotty signal, or is among the few without Wi-Fi, we also recommend downloading TV shows and movies to your mobile device in advance of your trip. That way the ride will fly by whatever the Wi-Fi situation.
Sunday tends to be the busiest day of the week with travelers taking trains from Berlin to Prague. Ticket price also tend to be more expensive on Sunday than other days. If you are hoping to have more room on the train and even save some change check out travel options on Saturday instead, as less people travel then and deals are more likely to be found.
The earliest train departs Berlin at 00:00 while the last train of the day leaves at 21:00. To see all scheduled departure times, use the search function on this page to get the full schedule for your specific travel dates.
There are 14 scheduled trains on most days. 6 of these are direct connections to Prague. While direct trains may still make stops along the way, you will not need to switch trains at any point. If you're looking to get to your destination faster, a direct train is the convenient and time-efficient choice.
You can also take a train for your return trip from Prague to Berlin.
Berlin is one of the most exciting destinations in Europe for all travelers. One of the most unique landmarks in Berlin is its famous Brandenburg Gate, which was built for King Frederick Wilhelm II. The Gate now represents German unity, and it is perhaps the most photogenic landmark in the capital city. Modern art enthusiasts should visit the Urban Nation Museum for Urban Contemporary Art which is Germany’s first street art museum. Opened in 2017, the museum displays works from various graffiti artists from around the world and it’s located in Schöneberg, one of the city’s edgier areas. If you’re simply looking to enjoy a stroll, the Tiergarten, which spans 519 acres from central Berlin, will offer the relaxing vibes you need.
Berlin has an expansive and vibrant food scene with a good variety. Those looking for traditional German dishes should head over to Zur letzten Instanz, which is the oldest restaurant in Berlin. For a special twist, don’t hesitate to visit the Turkish Market, which offers amazing Turkish delicacies.
The main hub for intercity bus services is the Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof Berlin. For rail services, the Berlin Hauptbahnhof is the main train station. The Berlin Brandenburg Airport, located just outside of the city’s south-eastern border, is the main air travel hub of the city.
With storied churches and beautiful castles, Prague was once the hidden gem of Europe, and it has now revealed its beauty to the world. Prague’s prized landmark is the majestic Prague Castle, which is the largest castle complex in the world. The castle is an amalgamation of many different architectural styles, making it a very special destination to visit. You might even get to see the president of Czechia as well, since it is his office! If you simply want to stroll around and enjoy the vibe of the city, head for the Old Town Square, which has seen very few changes since its conception in the 12th century. If you are not afraid of a little hiking, head to Petrin Hill, which is one of the largest green areas in the city. The area also houses the Rose Garden and Seminary Garden, featuring more than 2,100 trees.
Prague’s food scene is not as well-known as other famous cities’, but the local dishes such as knedlíky or bramboráky will pleasantly surprise you. La Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise is a Michelin-starred restaurant that offers amazing Czech dishes. For local beers, don’t hesitate to check out U Medvídku.
Praha hlavní nádraží is the largest international train station in Prague and it’s located right in the heart of the city. Not too far from the train station is Prague’s central bus station. The principal airport in the city is the Václav Havel Airport Prague.
Where is the train station in Berlin?
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Main departure station: Berlin Central Station
Occupying a grand modern glass and steel building on the River Spree, Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Hbf) is around 1.5 km from the iconic Brandenburg Gate. Also referred to as Berlin Central Station, the station is German capital's main railway station (hauptbahnhof). The lower platforms serve train lines that run north-south on Deutsche Bahn. The lower platforms are linked with upper platforms – for east-west services – via escalators and a middle floor containing shops, cafés, and other convenient facilities. It has additional connections with U-Bahn (metro) Line 5 and trams (streetcars). The intercity bus station lies on the opposite side of Europaplatz, with FlixBus providing services across Germany.
All train stations in Berlin:
Berlin Central Station
Where is the train station in Prague?
Main arrival station: Praha hl.n.
Praha hlavní nádraží (or h.l n) translates to Prague Main Railway Station. The large station first opened in 1871, but a major redesign in 1909 gave it its current distinctive look. The art nouveau architecture welcomes passengers reaching Prague on Deutsche Bahn and RailJet trains, as well as local commuter lines. Public restrooms, retail stores, restaurants, and parking are available on-site. Plus, the station is only a few blocks away from Prague's legendary Old Town, with many museums and hotels along the way.
Train stations in Prague:
Praha Masarykovo n.
Prague Florenc Bus Station
Main Railway Station
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