The Prague Central Station (locally known as Hlavni Nadrazi) was built in 1871, and is the largest train station in the Czech Republic.
The station occupies a number of levels, with everything you would expect from a central station - tourist bureaus, shops and restaurants and banks. There are also a number of small and large sized lockers at the station that can be used for a reasonable price to store any luggage if you are stopping over for just a short time.
From this station, there are direct connections to a number of major European cities such as Munich, Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris and Budapest. Regional trains also leave regularly to Czech destinations such as Plzen, Brno or Liberec. It is possible to change to the local subway system using Line C from here.
The station is located only a few minutes walk away from Wenceslas Square, one of the oldest and busiest parts of the city.
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