There’s never been a level of service like the high-speed Railjet. Or more scenic routes than the ones it will routinely take you through between Austria, Germany and Hungary. So book now. Because if you miss it, you’ll miss it.
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The Prague Hlavni Nadrazi Train Station (Praha Hlavni Nadr) was first opened in 1871 and is considered Prague's main train station. Recently the station underwent a major renovation and the original features such as the lofty dome and stained glass windows have survived. New areas have been added to make the Hlavni Nadrazi station the biggest and busiest train station in the Czech Republic.
The Budapest Keleti Train Station is the largest among the three stations in Budapestand and is located about 2 miles from Budapest's city center. The building was constructed in eclectic style between 1881 and 1884 and, at that time, was considered one of the most modern railway stations of Europe.