Czech Railways ups prices of special summer tickets, group and weekday tickets valid from June 1
Night train to the Baltics returns for the season, special summer tickets sold now.
One or two weeks’ unlimited travel on Czech Railways’ trains will become slightly more expensive during the holidays. This year, CD will offer the Ticket for Summer (Jízdenka na léto) for CZK 890 (ca EUR 35) for seven days and CZK 1,290 (ca EUR 50) for fourteen days.
The change in the price list was published by the carrier in a press release. Despite the slight price increase compared to last year, it is still the most competitive network ticket on Czech railroads; a day of rail mobility comes to less than CZK 100 (EUR 4).
The ticket allows travel with Czech Railways trains without any limitation to the number of connections or kilometers traveled. The Ticket for Summer is valid in 2nd class but buying a one-off supplement for 1st class is possible. On trains with compulsory reservations, a seat ticket (reservation) is required. Tickets are valid from July 1 to August 31; they are sold from June 15. Discounts apply for holders of In Karta and ITIC cards.
Summer Group Ticket
The Summer Group Ticket is a network ticket and is valid for one day beginning June 1, offering unlimited travel with Czech Railways trains in 2nd class on both passenger and express trains. On trains with compulsory reservations, a seat ticket (reservation) is required. The Summer Group Ticket can be used every day of the week, including working days. It can be used for a group of up to five people, with no more than two people over the age of 15. The price of the nation-wide Summer Group Ticket is CZK 699 (ca EUR 28) with cheaper regional options.
The return of the Baltic night train
Today, Czech Railways will also renew the seasonal direct fast train Wydmy from Bohumin to the Hel peninsula. In addition to classic seats, the train includes Polish sleeper carriages. The trains leave the Czech Republic in the evening and arrive at the Baltic Sea coast in the morning.
Edited and translated by Lucie Trávníčková.