A new train service provides a direct link between Basel and Czechia.
This train is typically scheduled to depart from Basel SBB station at 21:13 and the from Basel Bad bf station at 21:22.
If your journey will be commencing in Basel city centre, the easier option is to join this train at Basel Bad bf, and ticket prices may be cheaper too.
This train is in effect two trains combined into one departure:
Final Destination: Praha
The train will arrive in Praha hl.n. station, the main station in the Czech capital, at 09:38, but it also calls at Holesovice station in the city.
If you will be connecting into the Metro or heading to the area around the King Charles Bridge, leaving the train at Holesovice can be a good option
This train also calls at: Decin
1 x train per night
Book early and save: Yes
Online bookings open: 120 days ahead of the travel date
The train conveys:
The first price you will see on the OBB ticketing site will be for the compartment seats.
Click the train details below for more info including the rail pass reservation fees:
Rail pass users must reserve before boarding these trains,
You can now book rail pass reservations without paying booking fees on the OBB website (OBB operates these trains).Though the process for doing so isn't particularly obvious, hence this step-by-step guide.
Making the rail pass reservation online a minimum of a couple of weeks ahead of the travel date, is particularly recommended if you will be traveling between June and September.
If you wait until arriving in Basel to reserve, your first choice of accommodation may have sold out.
Also if you have a rail pass and book the reservation at a Swiss station you will have to pay a comparatively expensive booking fees,
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On departure from the stations in Basel this train heading to Praha will be joined to another train heading to Berlin, so if you see a train heading to Berlin on the departure screens, the info will also apply to this train.
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