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Prague - Nuremberg
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ICE| (21 Reviews)
ICE stands for Inter City Express – the high speed passenger trains operated by Deutsche Bahn, (DB) the Germany state railway company. The ultra-modern ICE trains are amongst the most technologically advanced and comfortable trains in Europe. (...)
Railjet - Austria and beyond| (26 Reviews)
The modern, perhaps even futuristic Railjet trains are the new high-speed service from the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB). They operate at speeds of up to 200km/h (124mph), with a planned increase to 230km/h (143mph). The Railjet carriages are (...)
Main stations in Prague and Nuremberg
Praha Hlavní NádražíOpening hours: Monday to Sunday: 6am to 12am Trains operating in and from this station:
City Night Line (CNL), Regional trains, Eurocity, EuroNight
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Travel inspiration in Prague and Nuremberg
Prague, the capital of Czech Republic
Prague is the most important city and the capital of Czech Republic. The city has a mysterious feel where the past is mixed with modernity. Prague has been host to several artists and important personalities such as Arcimboldo, Mozart, Copernicus, Galileo, and Tycho de Brahe. A walk in the city will allow you to feel the magic of its past. Discover the city’s monuments, museums, galleries and other landmarks. For fabulous views over Prague, climb up to the monk’s vineyards near the fabulous St Vitus Cathedral. While here visit the unique Toy Museum and you’ll see the relics and playthings which previous generations enjoyed.
Nuremberg, the historic touch.
History has left its mark on Bavarian city Nuremberg, with medieval castles and Baroque churches alongside museums dedicated to the post-war Nuremberg Trials. Come December, a homely feel fills the air for the world-famous Christmas market – refuel with the local Drei im Weggla sausages.