The Praha Hlavni Nadrazi Main train station was opened in 1871. Long considered the main train station of Prague, it recently underwent a major renovation. Original features such as the lofty dome and stained glass windows have survived, while new areas have been added to make the Hlavni Nadrazi station the biggest and busiest railway station in the Czech Republic.

Address: Wilsonova 300/8, New Town, Prague 2

Transportation from the Praha Hlavni Nadrazi Train Station:

To the Prague Airport:
Airport Express
Hours: 5:30am - 10:00pm daily
Frequency: every 30 minutes

Lines A and C

Lines 2, 119, 191

To other railway stations from the Praha Hlavni Nadrazi Station:
Subway/Metro to Prague Holesovice Train Station, 6 minute journey (line C)

Trains using this station:

EuroNight (toward Zurich, Kosice, Humenne, Berlin, and Budapest)
EuroCity (toward Hamburg, Brno, and Olomouc)
Railjet (toward Graz)
Supercity Pendolino (toward Ostrava)
Die Landerbahn (toward Munich)
Regional fast trains (toward Plzen, Pisek, Pardubice, Havlickuv Brod, Chomutov, Ceske Budejovice, and Hradec Kralove)
RegioJet (toward Havirov)
Arriva Express (toward Nitra and Cesky Krumlov)

Esko Prague commuter rail (lines S3, R3, R4, S65, S7, S8, S80, S9)


Telephone access:
Telephone stands
Location: throughout the station

International Code: 011
Country Code: 420
City Code: 2


Tourist Office:
Hours: Monday - Saturday 10:00am - 6:00pm
Location: in the train station on the lower floor

Baggage Consignment:
Coin-operated lockers
Rates: 50 CZK (2 EUR) for 24 hours
Hours: 24 hours

Lost and Found:
Monday to Friday: 6:00am to 11:00pm
Saturday, Sunday and holidays: closed

Currency Exchange:
On the main floor, open in segments between 3:20am and 12:30 a.m.

In or near the station:
Fast Food restaurants