How to get from Prague to Dresden yourself.

How to get from Prague to Dresden yourself.
Dresden is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, so we decided to go there for one day from Prague. The city astonished us, fascinated us, fascinated us. We were delighted with this trip.
In Prague, many travel agencies that organize trips to the German city, but it is more interesting to organize the trip yourself.
There are several ways to get to Dresden.
1. There are 8 direct trains leaving from the Main Railway Station.
� Train EN 476 “Metropol 2” departs from Prague at 4:29.
� Train EC 178 “Alois Negrelli” departs from Prague at 6:29.
� Train EC 176 “Johannes Brahms” departs from Prague at 8:29.
� Train EC 378 “Carl Maria von Weber” departs from Prague at 10:29.
� Train EC 174 “Jan Jesenius” departs from Prague at 12:29.
� Train EC 172 “Vindobona” departs from Prague at 14:29.
� Train EC 170 “Hungaria” departs from Prague at 16:29.
Back to Prague from Dresden it is convenient to travel by train at 17:06, 19:06 or 21:06.
The train is on the road 2 hours and 15 minutes. The price varies from 25 to 40 euros, depending on the class of comfort. In the train you need to sit on the seats indicated in the ticket, after boarding the conductor checks tickets and passports.
The train arrives at the Central Station of Dresden (Dresden Hbf). The train station address: Wiener Platz 4. To get to the main attractions of Dresden, you need to turn left after crossing the railway station, pass under the bridge, cross the road and go towards the big shopping arcade.
Back to Prague from Dresden it is convenient to travel by train at 17:06, 19:06 or 21:06. At the station hangs a placard on which they write the platform number.
2. On the bus of the company “Student Agency” with a vanished Florence. Tickets can be bought on the official website of the car company, at the same time to see prices and schedules. The bus is on the road 2 hours 10 minutes. Buses “Student Agency” stop in Dresden near the central railway station Dresden.
Please note that from February 1, 2014 the capital of the Federal Land of Dresden introduced a tourist tax of 1.30 euros per person per day in the city. Tourist tax is levied on persons aged 18 and over. Days of arrival and departure are accepted for 1 day. Tax is levied in hotels and hostels.


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