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How to get to Prague?

We all know that Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic. This is a city with a long history, the first mention of which dates from the VI century AD. er Prague became the capital of the Czech state in the 10th century. Throughout its history, the city has constantly developed and was upset, but it has not lost its special, fabulous atmosphere and preserved the ancient architecture of buildings, for which travelers from all over the world love and value the city so much.

In this article we will describe in detail how to get to Prague by various means of transportation.

Airlines

The most popular companies that regularly fly to Prague are Aeroflot and Czech Airlines, which flies from the following cities:

  • Moscow;
  • St. Petersburg;
  • Ekaterinburg.

Information about charter flights can be viewed on the relevant resources on the web, for example:. As a rule, such flights take an average of three hours.

Railways

You can get to Prague by train by buying a ticket for a direct flight Moscow - Prague 021E, which goes through the territory of Poland. Trains from Moscow leave the Belorussky railway station on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 07:44. Travel time is 1 day and 2 hours.

Despite the fact that during the crossing you cross the territory of Poland, you will not need a Polish visa. At the entrance to the country, in the city of Terespol, the border guards will stamp you on the entrance to the territory of the state, and in Katowice you will be marked on leaving Poland and entering the Czech Republic.

To stay in the Czech Republic, you somehow need a Czech visa. Recently, a mandatory condition for transit through Poland was the inclusion of a transit period (up to 5 days) in the total duration of a Czech visa.

On certain days, wagons from St. Petersburg, Saratov and Adler are also added to this train.

There is also an option to travel by train to Brest, and there already transfer to any train to Prague. This option is perfect for residents of those cities from which direct trains do not go, and it is much more economical.

Bus routes

Not the most convenient form of transport for traveling from one country to another was and remains a bus. A trip by bus to Prague from Moscow, for example, will take you a little less than two days. Some private transport companies ("ECOLINES" and "Norm-A SIA", for example) organize passenger transportation to Prague on regular flights.However, much more popular bus tours organized by tour operators. The average ticket price is 3000 - 3500 rubles. Buses depart in the evening from Ryazansky Lane, 13.

Under its own power

Finally, the last option is to travel by car. Traveling by car, you get complete freedom of movement. If you have a little extra time left, you can stop in any city or place where you want, and even turn off the road a bit if you want to see something else. But it should be borne in mind that such a trip will cost you a pretty penny, considering the cost of gasoline, the need to pay for travel on toll roads in Europe, as well as the need to get a driver’s license of international standard, additional car insurance, etc.

The distance from Moscow to Prague by road is 2048 km. Thus, only gasoline for a trip to the side will cost about 7,000 rubles. So you decide which vehicle to choose.

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