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Dear Friends

I want to visit Prague via Budapest in the month of October. Can you tell me what are the train timings from Budapest to Prague. Also can you tell me the places to visit in and around Prague for 2 days?

Further, I will be going to Amsterdam from Prague. Can you tell me the train timings.



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Since the question shows up on multiple forums you should delete this one. It does no good to ask the same question on multiple forums.

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this link will let you have an idea of what to see and do in Prague in 2 days. there really is so much in and around the city that 2 days will just cover the main areas but have a look at the link and decode for yourself what you want to see..
this link has great info about Prague and using all the facilities including public transport, there are sometimes links to discounts as well.
As to trains , no expert on them as I only use trains within the CR and have never used them from one country to another. this link is probably the best to get info about trains.

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For train timing all around Europe, we prefer the DB schedule link, described at How to Look Up Train Schedules and Routes Online.

If you don't yet have a guidebook for each city you'll visit, the At a Glance listings on this site, such as for Prague at, will give you an easy check list of top sightseeing. The list is mostly for distinct locations, but the walking route between those places is another sight in itself. For Prague and Amsterdam, you can download Rick's free audio tours to cover some walking routes:

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Hi from Wisconsin,
Google: "Dbahn" just plain dbahn and you get a great source of train schedules. You put in the city and train station of departure, and the city and train station of arrival, the date of travel and time you like and click search.

It does not give prices. are likely leaving from Keleti Pu. And arriving at...hlavní nádraží.
Keleti has anew metro station so it is easy to get to. And Prague's hlavni is walkable with a wheeled luggage to the city center.

To Amnsterdam, I don't know.

wayne iNWI