All international trains arrive either at Praha Hlavní Nádraží main train station (including the overnight train from London, via Brussels and Cologne) or at Praha Holešovice. Both are located on Line C of the metro and are served by several tramlines. The main train station is located only a few minutes from …Read More »
Arriving in Prague by Bus or Train
Prague railway stations (arriving in Prague by train)
If you are using an international train you will most probably get off at the main railway station (Wilsonovo Nadrazi, Hlavni Nadrazi) or at Holesovice station (Nadrazi Holesovice). At both stations you will find a 24-hour left luggage service, information desks, exchange offices, food stalls and booking offices. Both of them are connected by metro (red Line C) to the rest of the city. The main railway station is just 5 minutes away from Wenceslas Square.
Prague buses and bus stations (arriving in Prague by coach)
If you travel to Prague by international coach/bus, you will most probably arrive at Florenc, Prague’s international bus terminal. The bus terminal is located in the centre of the New Town, close to most hotels and other accommodation. This bus station is located at Lines B and C of the metro. The second most used bus station is called Roztyly.
Other smaller bus stations
Na Knizeci – Nadrazni, Prague 5, (Metro Line B, Andel station)
Holesovice – Partyzanska, Prague 7, (Metro Line C, Nadrazi Holesovice station)
Cerny Most – Chlumecka, Prague 9, (Metro Line B, Cerny Most station)