I am currently stuck in Prague and need to get to Amsterdam.
I have read about the city night line train that goes every night (through http://www.bahn.de/p/view/index.shtml) but am having lots of trouble both because of the translation and because we cant find an open train. However, I am doing something wrong I am sure.
Would rather take a train but would be fine taking a plane also... Just trying to get out today or tomorrow at the latest and spend under 200 euros. In the other forums, I have read multiple threads that you are able to make this trip for under 150 euros but cant figure this out.
Any help appreciated. Thank you!
On bahn.de you can select English as your language on the homepage with the selectbox at the very top. However, both today's and tomorrow's direct train from Prague to Amsterdam appears to be fully booked in all possible categories. (You could consider going by the trainstation in Prague to check, as today's train on bahn.de doesn't list a whole lot of options which do exist with tomorrow's train, and some of those might still be available, even if not bookable online due to time constraints.)
The best I can find online is a flight with easyjet tomorrow at 15:40 for Kc3,479 (140 euro), or Kc4,039 (163 euro) if checking in a bag and paying by creditcard.
[ Edit: Edited on 06-Aug-2010, at 08:24 by Sander ]
There is a service that leaves at 18:31 from Praha Hlavni Nadr, or 18:40 from Praha Holesovice at 18:40 and goes direct to Amsterdam Centraal. It takes 16 hours, but the turn up and buy ticket is just €60.
Hope this is of some help.