Moscow is the capital and largest city of the Russian Federation, and Prague has the same status for the Czech Republic. The distance between the two cities is about 2 thousand kilometers, so it is quite possible to overcome ground transportation such as train.

Train Moscow-Prague

From Moscow to Prague at the present time can be reached by train, which was listed in the schedule grid of the railway under the code number 021Е. It departs from Belorussky railway station of Moscow, and the end point of his route is the other European city - Vienna, the largest city of Austria.

The time that the passenger of the train, wanting to get from Moscow to Prague, you will have to spend on the road is 28 hours, 17 minutes. Given that the total length of the path of this composition on this piece is about 2100 kilometers, the average speed of the train looks pretty significant - it reaches about 75 miles an hour with all the stops. Path to the Czech capital will pass through a considerable part of the territory of the Russian Federation, as well as some cities of Belarus and Poland.

If you are going to use this method to get from Moscow to Poland, it should be borne in mind that the structure running on the same route, not every day: to go in the right direction from the capital of Russia is possible only on Wednesdays and Fridays. The ticket holders on this train will have to get up early enough: the departure time of the train from Moscow all the days journey - 7: 30 am Moscow time. For a place that is Central Prague train station, the train arrives at 9 o'clock and 47 minutes a.m. the next day local time. It should be borne in mind that in Prague operates a time standard UTC+1, the current time in this town, two hours earlier than in Moscow.

The cost of the ticket

The train from Moscow to Prague is way more than a day. In addition, he is an international composition. Therefore, in the cars of the train have designated only two categories - sleeping and luxury. At the same time, because the category of "luxury" represent spaces of higher class tickets are significantly more expensive than the coupe.

The ticket price for each category differs slightly depending on the season that you are planning a trip. So, summer is traditionally the season, which is characterized by a more intense movement of people, so the tickets during this period are more expensive. But in the autumn, to go from Moscow to Prague is possible for less money. So tickets for this route to kupe for August 2014 is 9279 rubles, and in October - 8352 ruble. A similar situation is observed in respect of places of category "Suite" - in August this class you can go for 13731 ruble, and in October, 12359 rubles.