Are you travelling to Austria?
You can get to Austria several times daily aboard comfortable direct railjet, EuroCity and express trains. For overnight travel, you can use direct sleeper carriages. Connections in border regions are provided by local (Os) trains.
Where and how to purchase a ticket?
- at an international ticket counter
- in the e-shop
From Prague to Vienna every two hours
You can travel to Vienna seven times per day without changing from Prague, Pardubice and Brno on comfortable railjet trains. Direct trains run also from Ostrava, Přerov, Břeclav or Znojmo. Railjet trains run between Prague, Brno and Vienna throughout the day at two-hour intervals, and continue on to Wiener Neustadt, Semmering and Graz.
|Prague||Vienna||3 h 57 min||railjet||0|
|Brno||Vienna||1 h 26 min||railjet||0|
|Ostrava||Vienna||2 h 49 min||Ex, EC||0|
You can also use the direct overnight train EN 476/477 from Prague, Pardubice and Brno to Vienna.
By train to Linz
Linz is served by a direct train connection from Prague, Tábor and České Budějovice. In the 2016/2017 timetable, four pairs of trains per day now run between Prague and Linz.
You can obtain more detailed information about train journeys to Belarus from our Search for a Connection page.