1 stop (14h28m)
Routes from Munich to Prague are operated by either Deutsche Bahn, ALX or OBB (RailJet), depending on the route.
Departure times from Munich range from 4:55 AM to 11:36 PM, with trains leaving quite frequently.
Trains depart from Munchen Central Station and arrive at the Prague Main Railway Station.
As the crow flies, the intercity distance is only 200 miles, although train routes take much longer paths, around 600 miles long.
The expected duration of the trip is around 9 to 10 hours, depending on the route.
On the Deutsche Bahn routes, the intermediate stops are Ingolstadt Hbf, Nurnberg Hbf, Wurzburg Hbf, Fulda Station, Bad Hersfeld, Eisenach, Erfurt Hbf, Leipzig Hbf, Riesa, Dresden-Neustadt, Dresden Hbf, Bad Schandau, Decin hlavni nadrazi, Usti nad Labem hlavni nadrazi, and Praha-Holesovice.
On the OBB routes, the stops are Munchen Ost, Rosenheim, Salzburg, Linz Hbf, St. Polten Hbf, Bahnhof Wein-Meidling, Wein Hbf, Breclav, Brno hl.n., Vystup Terminal Ceska Trebova, and Pardubice hlavni nadrazi.
Trains are great for those who cannot drive or prefer not to fly.
Prague is a very beautiful city, featuring colorful buildings with classical European architecture. It is a very photographic city, for those visitors who enjoy photography. In the city center, there is an astronomical clock that has been operating since 1410. The Czech Republic is well known for its excellent beers, so while in Prague be sure to try a glass of Staropramen or Pilsner Urquell at one of the local pubs.