Orient Express in Prague

Legendary Orient Express known from the detective novel by Agatha Christie arrived last Saturday at Prague. This luxurious train consisting of seventeen historical wagons travelled from Venice to London via Frankfurt and Paris. Prague is on its route since 1994, nowadays four times a year.

You can enjoy travelling with Venice Simplon-Orient-Express from Venice to London if you’re willing to pay for a ticket eighty thousand Czech crowns . But what you get is an extraordinary experience. You can drink in a bar wagon joined by sounds of piano, by eating your meal in a dining-car you feel like in the most luxurious restaurant where table-napkins are fold with an accuracy of millimeters. Stewards of this train takes care of the highest travel luxury.

If you are interested in joining this train, next opportunity will be on 21st October when this famous train leaves from 1st platform of the main station (Hlavni nadrazi) at 14:45.

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