Contents

- 1 Which train station in Budapest goes to Prague?
- 2 Can you take a train from Budapest to Prague?
- 3 Is there a direct train from Prague to Budapest?
- 4 Is there an overnight train from Budapest to Prague?
- 5 How far is Prague from Budapest?
- 6 Is there a high-speed train from Prague to Budapest?
- 7 Is Prague or Budapest better?
- 8 What is the best way to get from Budapest to Prague?
- 9 How much is the train from Prague to Budapest?
- 10 How far is Prague from Berlin by train?
- 11 How long is train from Vienna to Budapest?
- 12 How much is the train from Berlin to Prague?
- 13 How many days are enough in Prague?
- 14 How do I get from Budapest to Split?
- 15 How do you get from Vienna to Budapest?

## Which train station in Budapest goes to Prague?

All Budapest to Prague trains are direct, depart from Budapest Keleti train station and arrive at Prague’s hlavní nádraží train station. Journey Time: The Budapest to Prague train journey takes as little as 6 hours and 43 minutes to arrive in Prague.

## Can you take a train from Budapest to Prague?

It takes an average of 10h 2m to travel from Budapest to Prague by train, over a distance of around 274 miles (441 km). There are normally 17 trains per day travelling from Budapest to Prague and tickets for this journey start from $33.79 when you book in advance.

## Is there a direct train from Prague to Budapest?

Is there a direct train from Prague to Budapest? Yes, it is possible to travel from Prague to Budapest without having to change trains. There are 3 direct trains from Prague to Budapest each day.

## Is there an overnight train from Budapest to Prague?

Going from Budapest’s Keleti train station and arriving at Prague’s central Hlavni Nadrazi station, the journey typically takes around 7-8 hours, although there’s a 10-hour overnight sleeper train if you’re looking to maximise your time in both cities.

## How far is Prague from Budapest?

The distance between Prague and Budapest is 530 kilometers, and, of course, the fastest way is travelling by plane – it takes less than 1.5 hours.

## Is there a high-speed train from Prague to Budapest?

Prague to Budapest High – Speed Trains The high – speed Railjet train departs from the central Prague rail station called Praha Hlavni Nadrazi and arrives to the central Budapest train station called Keleti which is a great benefit as it is easy to make your way around the city.

## Is Prague or Budapest better?

If you are short on time, Prague will be the better choice seeing as it’s a smaller, walkable city with better day trip options. If you have a little more time and happen to love food, Budapest will give you a few more options to fill your days, plus, the thermal spas are world-class.

## What is the best way to get from Budapest to Prague?

A really fast way to travel between Prague and Budapest is flying. There are two airlines that offer direct flights between these two capitals, with the flying time less than 1 hour and 30 minutes.

## How much is the train from Prague to Budapest?

Fares from Prague Prague to Budapest starts at €21 in 2nd class or €37 in 1st class pre-booked online direct with Czech Railways, no refunds or changes, limited availability at each price level. On the day, the unlimited-availability fully-flexible fare is around €67 in 2nd class or €99 in 1st class.

## How far is Prague from Berlin by train?

It takes an average of 8h 37m to travel from Prague to Berlin by train, over a distance of around 175 miles (281 km).

## How long is train from Vienna to Budapest?

Train options for Vienna to Budapest

Train | High-speed train | Regional train |
---|---|---|

Travel time | 2hrs 50 minutes | 4hrs 15 minutes |

Seat reservations | Mandatory | Not required |

Stations | Vienna (Wien) Meidling – Budapest Keleti | Vienna (Wien) Hbf- Budapest Keleti |

## How much is the train from Berlin to Prague?

Berlin to Prague by train

Journey time | From 4h 20m |
---|---|

Price | From €18.90 |

Distance | 175 miles (281 km) |

Frequency | 14 trains per day |

Departure station | Berlin |

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## How many days are enough in Prague?

Prague is one of the most beautiful cities I’ve ever visited. I recommend at least 3 days. Though you should ideally give 4- 5 days to Prague and if you have time do day trips as well to Cesky Krumlov and Kutna Hora.

## How do I get from Budapest to Split?

Traveling from Budapest to Split by train From Zagreb, you can then take a train or bus to Split as your destination in Croatia. There is also night train that travels to Split in summer (mid-June to the end of August), twice a week. Journey time of this train from Budapest to Split is 15 hours.

## How do you get from Vienna to Budapest?

It takes an average of 3h 31m to travel from Budapest to Vienna by train, over a distance of around 133 miles (214 km). There are normally 20 trains per day travelling from Budapest to Vienna and tickets for this journey start from €14.90 when you book in advance.