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Comments on: Ben’s Travels: Trekking in Prague with the Eastern European Pass http://blog.raileurope.com/7629-bens-travels-trekking-in-prague-with-the-eastern-european-pass Travel Tips & Inspiration from Rail Europe Thu, 26 Nov 2015 06:47:36 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: Robin http://blog.raileurope.com/7629-bens-travels-trekking-in-prague-with-the-eastern-european-pass#comment-9552 Mon, 23 Nov 2015 14:33:09 +0000 http://blog.raileurope.com/?p=7629#comment-9552 Prague is by far my favorite eurapeon city!!! I went there two years ago and it is absolutely gorgeous .The best thing to do in the city is just walk around the town center is beautiful. There is this zodiac clock that is quite interesting. The city is filled with towers that can be seen from high points. There is a famous bridge there, i believe it is st. karols bridge or something and when you walk across there are musical performances or art for sale and there are statues all along the walk. The best part of the whole city is the castle on the hill: praski hrad. It is beautiful. You have to walk alot to get there but the walk is ever so amazing as well. There are churches and other little shops worth visiting. Once you get to the castle, there are many tours in many languages. You can get a tour of the castle with its many intersting rooms and my favorite part was climbing up the tallest tower. From there you can see all of prague and take hundreds of pictures from all angles .So prague is by far a great city to visit. It may require more than one day but it is worth it. I hope you have as great a time as me i hope this helps a bit

By: Phaedra http://blog.raileurope.com/7629-bens-travels-trekking-in-prague-with-the-eastern-european-pass#comment-7204 Fri, 06 Apr 2012 15:33:10 +0000 http://blog.raileurope.com/?p=7629#comment-7204 Hi Betsy,

A typical amount of luggage is 2 large items per person, plus one smaller item or “carry-on”. You would not have to pass through customs or any x-ray machine.

There is no checked luggage for trains in Europe. Passengers carry their luggage on board the train with them. Sufficient luggage storage is provided in both 1st and 2nd Class. There will be room for luggage storage above and below each seat, as well as at the end of the train car in certain cases.

Happy Travels!

By: Betsy http://blog.raileurope.com/7629-bens-travels-trekking-in-prague-with-the-eastern-european-pass#comment-7203 Fri, 06 Apr 2012 03:28:00 +0000 http://blog.raileurope.com/?p=7629#comment-7203 I am going to take the train from Prague to Budapest in about 2 weeks.
Do you know of any restrictions on luggage? 
I couldn’t find ANY information on that. 
Am I allowed to carry one suitcase plus a carry on (as in airplane) ?
Do I have to check (the non-carry on) suitcase thru a counter? (like as in the airlines) do customs and x-rays? I need to know so to plan how much time in advance I need to be in the Station , being that I do not speak their native language. ANY info is appreciated. 

By: Beninfrance http://blog.raileurope.com/7629-bens-travels-trekking-in-prague-with-the-eastern-european-pass#comment-7201 Wed, 28 Mar 2012 13:45:00 +0000 http://blog.raileurope.com/?p=7629#comment-7201 Wow!  86 likes in less than 24 hours.  I’m so thrilled people are reading and watching my video.

By: Beninfrance http://blog.raileurope.com/7629-bens-travels-trekking-in-prague-with-the-eastern-european-pass#comment-7200 Tue, 27 Mar 2012 21:20:00 +0000 http://blog.raileurope.com/?p=7629#comment-7200 I hope you have a wonderful time.  Thank you for following along as I tell about my adventures all over Europe.  Just got back from a two week adventure.  More to come!

By: Norlea http://blog.raileurope.com/7629-bens-travels-trekking-in-prague-with-the-eastern-european-pass#comment-7199 Tue, 27 Mar 2012 21:15:00 +0000 http://blog.raileurope.com/?p=7629#comment-7199 I am in Germany for the first time right now and having a wonderful time…  went to Paris.  Enjoying your posts. things I should have know…..  Thank you for sharing….