Advance sales are available at current prices through December 10. Starting December 11, ČD will increase the price by an average of 15 percent.
České dráhy launched advance ticket and reservation sales for the new timetable, which will begin on December 11, in the e-shop and the app today. Tickets have been on sale in ticket offices at train stations since mid-October; tickets can be bought up to 60 days in advance.
“We offer tickets for more than 9,000 different connections that ČD will introduce in the 2023 timetable, and reservations for more than 500 long-distance connections managed by our reservation system,” said Deputy CEO Jiří Ješeta.
Tickets for thousands of foreign connections and reservations for hundreds of long-distance trains managed by the reservation systems of partner railways in Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, Germany, Poland, and other European countries are available at České dráhy ticket offices, in the e-shop, or in the app as well.
Czech Railways expects that the first train from Berlin, EC 171, will continue to depart at 7:16 a.m. while Deutsche Bahn offers tickets for the first train from Berlin to Prague at 9:16 a.m.
Edited and translated by Lucie Trávníčková