Throughout the train journey, the landlocked country of Czech Republic unravels panoramic views. Your Interrail Pass opens doors to the night life of Prague, the cultural gates of Český Krumlov and to the beer town of Plzen. As you travel from one city to the next, discover the culture and charm of Czech Republic.
Interrail passes for Czech Republic
Interrail Czech Republic Pass
The Interrail Czech Republic Pass is the best way to discover all Czech highlights, like Prague, Bohemia and Moravia.
Interrail Global Pass
The Interrail Global Pass is the flexible and budget-friendly way to get around up to 33 countries in Europe. Travel by train from one cool destination to the next. One day you're on a pub crawl through Amsterdam and the next you're white-water rafting in Interlaken, Switzerland.
Pass benefits in the Czech Republic
Places to visit
What better way to see a country than from 4,000 metres above, whilst hurtling downwards at almost 300km/h. Skydiving is an experience you’ll never forget and why not try it in the Czech Republic. There are a number of sky diving centres located around the country. If you prefer keeping your feet firmly on the ground that’s possible too. Although not quite comparable to the Alps, the Czech Republic has mountains dotted all over with good conditions for winter sports. The Krkonoše mountains have a number of top resorts with good downhill runs and cross-country trails.
Caving, hiking and biking
The Moravian Karst located in the east, includes around 1,110 caverns and gorges. 4 of these fascinating cave systems are open for public tours and exploration. You’ll get a glimpse of limestone columns, an underground river and wild stalactite formations. The Czech Republic is a nation of keen hikers, so join the locals on one of the many hiking trails around the country. Stretching from Prague all the way down to Vienna (Austria) are 400 kilometres of excellent hiking and biking trails, known as the Prague-Vienna Greenways.
The Czech Republic was not blessed with just one fairy-tale city, but two! Český Krumlov is the country’s second tourist-puller and it’s easy to see why. The River Vltava majestically weaves through the little town, uniquely cutting it into two and of course a must-see is the remarkable medieval castle that adorns the hillside. Another city worth a visit, though quite different in style, is the spa town of Mariánské Lázně. It’s lined with luscious green mountains and its inners are laced with elegant buildings and pretty parks. The top attraction is the collection of 100 mineral springs.
Home of pilsners
Plzeň is a buzzing student town famous for creating pilsner beer, all the way back in 1842. Visit the Pilsner Urquell brewery to find out how they make the stuff and more importantly savour a few refreshingly cold glasses in the Na Spílce pub within the brewery. Later in the evening move on to Plzeň’s favourite music venue, Anděl café music bar, which is usually banging out music from talented touring Czech bands. By day this place is a hip ‘n’ happening café.
Prague: Europe’s fairy-tale capital
Step into Prague (Praha) and you’ll feel like you’ve tumbled into a fairy-tale. From the right bank of the River Vltava admire glittering views of Charles Bridge, joining the two parts of the city with Prague Castle towering high above all other architecture. As well as absorbing the great visual splendours, there are cafés, bars and restaurants aplenty. Prague was once home to the writer, Franz Kafka, who lived in Josefov – the Jewish quarter. The informative Franz Kafka Museum, located in the old town, provides an insight into the renowned author's life and works.