What is the difference between first class and second class from Krakow to Prague?

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  • Jeff (Official Rep) June 20, 2018 14:24
    Hi Leah,

    From Krakow to Prague, there is a direct train during the day and a direct overnight train.

    You would purchase tickets from Krakow to Prague by searching the route under 'Book Train Tickets' on the homepage of our website, www.raileurope.com.

    The night train on this route carries single compartments, double compartments, triple compartments, 6-berth compartments, and 2nd class seats. Due to an error, it may currently be the case that our website is only able to offer a maximum of two of these accommodation types. If you're interested in one of the accommodation types that isn't shown, you would have to call us to book. We can be reached at 1-800-622-8600. Our current hours are 8:00 AM to 6:30 PM CT Monday to Friday and 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM CT on Saturdays.

    Currently, trains from Krakow to Prague are only able to be booked within 30-60 days of an intended departure.

    On day trains in Europe, 1st class generally offers larger and more comfortable seats with more leg room. With fewer seats per train car, 1st class is also usually going to be less crowded and quieter than 2nd class. For the most comfortable travel experience, we recommend booking 1st class.

    For sleeping compartments on night trains, it is typically the case that the class of service is determined by how many people a particular compartment sleeps. Generally, single and double compartments are considered 1st class, while triple compartments. 4-berth couchettes, and 6-berth couchettes are all considered 2nd class. Therefore, if you wish to reserve one compartment for as many as 3-6 passengers, then you would just have to expect that it would be considered 2nd class. In that sense, you can often just disregard class of service on night trains.
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