travellers, there's no need to go 1st class unless you don't mind the extra cost. . Incidentally, the Choose a seat on the seating map feature works fine for journeys starting in Prague, allowing you to choose an exact seat. . This service is provided by Deutsche Banh (German Railways) and Ceske Drahy (Czech Republic Railways). Option 2, save a few more euros by split-ticketing.
However, a seat reservation is a good idea especially on busy Fridays or around holiday periods. . Travel tips: Luggage, bikes, choosing your seat. Arrival Station: Trains from Munich to Prague arrive at Prague Railway Station, located a 15-minute walk east of the Old Town and the riverside area. A full-price ticket is valid on any train between Prague and Furth-im-Wald on the date direction you buy it for. . It's in German, but pretty easy to understand. Prague Specials can also be bought from the DB ticket machines at Munich or Nuremberg stations. If you like you can pay only 32, again assuming you don't want to leave before 09:00 on weekdays: Step 1, buy a 28 Bayern-Böhmen-Ticket ( BavariaBohemia Regional Day Ticket) online with unlimited availability at /gaeubodenbahn/view/ tickets/bayern_boehmen_tml and print it out. . There are now 7 trains each way per day, increased from 4 per day in December 2017. Munich and Prague are connected by 17 trains every day.
Children under 15 travel for free when accompanied by an adult using a Prague Special fare, see. Two toilets, power sockets at all seats, free WiFi. . See the photos below. Buy from Czech Railways as they only charge 58 each way (about 1495 CZK) for exactly the same thing. . You can use these trains to go from Nuremburg to Prague too, with one easy change at Schwandorf. . Now 7 trains per day! A rail pleasure, not an autobahn endurance test.