SuperCity high-speed train

SuperCity high-speed train, Czech Republic

The newest and fastest trains in the Czech Railways fleet, these modern SuperCity trains traverse the full width of the country linking the popular capital city Prague to Olomouc and Ostrava in the east and have connections to the spa town of Františkovy Lázne or Plzen in the west. Reaching speeds of 160 km/hr. you can be transported at speed to the heart of the larger cities across the Czech Republic. You can expect all the facilities of a modern high-speed train, including reclining seats, plenty of legroom, WiFi access and an onboard bistro. 

SuperCity high-speed train routes

 

The main railway line in the Czech Republic is the route from Prague to Ostrava. The SuperCity is the fastest train making this journey. Trains run regularly every day from Prague via Pardubice, Olomouc to Ostrava. At weekends extra services run from Cieszyn to Prague and from Bohumín to Františkovy Lázne or Plzen. SuperCity trains are scheduled to connect with other trains in the Czech fleet such as the regional Osobní trains or IC trains which can continue your journey to the smaller towns and villages across the countryside.

 

Map with Supercity routes
SuperCity routes:
  • Prague - Ostrava
  • Bohumín - Františkovy Lázně
  • Prague - Havirov

Reservations

 

Reservation: mandatory

When a reservation is mandatory you must reserve a seat in advance. It's not possible to board the train without this reservation.

Reservations on the SuperCity high-speed trains are mandatory. We recommend you make your reservations as far in advance as possible.

How to make reservations for the SuperCity

You can reserve your seat on the SuperCity in the following ways: 

Reservation fees

  • 1st class seat: 8 euros

  • 2nd class seat: 8 euros

 

Passengers in 1st class receive a snack and a newspaper

Facilities and services

 
  • Air conditioning

  • Audio system

  • Disabled facilities

  • Newspapers/magazines

  • Power sockets

  • Restaurant/bistro

  • WiFi internet


Facilities may differ per train and route. When using timetables and railway maps, you will notice that the local spelling of city names is often used. This spelling differs from the common English names. For example Prague is usually written as Praha.

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