When travelling on such short distances, you can take into account also busses and carpooling options: with some luck you will find very cheap options, even if you book on short notice.
Which stations are served by the trains travelling from Berlin to Prague?
The trains to Prague leave Berlin from Berlin Hbf (tief), Berlin Ostbahnhof, Berlin Ostbahnhof (S), Berlin Südkreuz, Berlin Gesundbrunnen, Berlin Gesundbrunnen(S), Berlin-Spandau, Berlin Südkreuz (S), Berlin Hbf or Berlin-Spandau (S) and arrive in Praha Masarykovo N., Praha Hl.n. (Autobusová St. Wilsonova) or Praha Hl.n..
Travelling by train to Prague from Berlin: how many daily connections are there?
If you desire to go to Prague from Berlin by train, 62 daily connections are available. Please note that 44 routes include one change or more whereas 17 routes are direct lines. As a result, choosing an offer with an indirect line is sometimes the best way to travel efficiently especially if there are too few connections and if you look for a ticket at the last minute even though the trip is longer. However, please select a ticket for a direct line if you would rather stay in the same train and avoid a change.
How long do you need to get to Prague by train?
On average, it takes 6 hours and 49 minutes to get to Prague by train, but you will need 5 hours and 5 minutes with the fastest trains. The first one is available at 00:04, whereas the last one leaves Berlin at 07:04.