Train Prague → BerlinFrom ₹ 6,592
- Departure station : Praha holesovice (Na šachtě 1337/4 170 00 Prague)
Praha hlavni nadr (Wilsonova 120 00 Prague)
- Arrival station : Berlin hbf (Invalidenstrasse 10557 Berlin)
| From ₹ 6,592 ₹ 2,360 |
Prague -> Berlin
Main stations in Prague and Berlin
Praha Hlavní Nádraží Train Station
Address: Wilsonova 120 00 PragueOpening hours: Monday to Sunday: 6am to 12am Trains operating in and from this station:
City Night Line (CNL), Regional trains, Eurocity, EuroNight
Rail agents, Facilities for disabled persons, and Public Phone cabins.
Berlin Hauptbahnhof Train Station
Address: Invalidenstrasse 10557 BerlinOpening hours: Monday to Sunday: 6am to 12am
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (ICE), InterCity, Regional trains (RegionalExpress, RegionalBahn and S-Bahn trains)
DB rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Police station, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Prague and Berlin
Your travel by train from Prague to Berlin
The journey by train from Prague to Berlin takes about 4 hours and 40 minutes. There is a direct connection between Prague and Berlin thanks to the Eurocities (EC) trains.
Praha Hlavni Nadr is a train station located in Prague, the capital of Czech Republic. It is one of the most important train stations in Prague. Praha Hlavni Nadr is well connected to public transportations and is easily accessible. Berlin HBF is located in Berlin and it is an important transport hub.
For a single return trip from Prague to Berlin a point to point ticket is the best value for money and the cheapest train ticket. Best prices are available when buying the train ticket well in advance. For extensive train travel, a German Rail Pass and a German Rail Pass extension are the best choices.
Visit Prague and discover other popular train journeys
Prague is one of the most visited cities of the Czech Republic. The Czech capital is famous for its architecture and cultural richness. The Prague Astronomical Clock which as first installed in 1410 is the third oldest astronomical clock in the world, but the oldest one still working!
From Berlin, travellers can take the train to reach other cities and regions of Italy.
Reviews & ratings Prague - Berlin
This train was very good..my first experience in sleeper cars. A little concerned that I got woken up when someone else got on in the middle of the night, but I guess that cannot be avoided. The train attendant that was there when I got on was wonderful, but the older gentleman that came on for the day was gumpy, unhelpful, and put me off at the wrong station