With summer in full swing, it’s the perfect time to explore the Czech Republic by train. Czech Railways has launched its summer network ticket presale, which allows passengers to travel on all Czech Railways connections between July 1 and August 31. Passengers can board trains anywhere and travel any distance.
The seven-day network ticket costs CZK 1,390, which is CZK 500 more than last year. The unlimited 14-day ticket this year costs CZK 1,990, which is CZK 700 more than last year. In Karta, 50 holders with a customer application are eligible for a discounted price of CZK 1,190; In Karta, 25 holders pay CZK 1,690.
A new discounted ticket is available for children, students, seniors over 65, and third-degree invalids. The seven-day ticket for them now costs CZK 695, and the 14-day ticket costs CZK 995.
“Passengers can board Czech Railways trains at any time and anywhere, travel any distance, and get off wherever they want. They can travel across the country visiting castles, chateaus, historic towns, and nature reserves, or go on holiday to the other side of the republic. Approximately 10,000 travelers took advantage of this offer last year,” said Jiří Ješeta, Czech Railways board member and deputy for personal transport.
Czech Railways’ summer network ticket is an excellent opportunity to experience the beauty of the Czech Republic. The ticket allows travelers to explore the country at their own pace, visiting numerous attractions. Whether you are a student, senior, or traveling with your family, the summer network ticket has something for everyone.
In addition to the regular tickets, an Interrail network ticket can be purchased for travel by train throughout Europe, including the United Kingdom and Ireland. For holidays abroad, customers can also take advantage of the Včasné jízdenky Evropa ticket, according to the carrier’s press release.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to explore the Czech Republic by train. Czech Railways’ summer network ticket is your ticket to adventure.