On summer nights, a new EuroCity supplementary train will connect Prague and Berlin.

České dráhy and DB Fernverkehr will offer, from the night of 10/11 June to the night of 14/15 September 2024, a daily additional rail transport service with EuroCity trains in the evening and night hours. The carriers want to offer passengers the opportunity to enjoy both cities more, spend as much time as possible in them and save the costs of hotel accommodation. At the same time, the new train connection will help to relieve the current heavily used services.
The supplementary Berliner EuroCity train will depart from Praha hl.n. at 20:28 hours and will go via Dresden Hbf (22:50/22:54) to Berlin Hbf (1:12). This will create a late evening connection from Prague, Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland and Dresden to the Federal Capital City. In the opposite direction, the supplementary EuroCity train will depart from Berlin Hbf at night, namely at 0:36 hours, will stop at Dresden Hbf (2:53/3:01 hours) and will arrive at Praha hl.n. at 5:24 hours.

The new trains will stop at the Praha-Holešovice, Ústí nad Labem hl.n., Děčín hl.n., Bad Schandau, Dresden Hbf and Dresden-Neustadt and Berlin-Südkreuz railway stations. The trains will be operated by classical Berliner EuroCity trainsets, including a dining car.

The offer of the new service is already available in the electronic timetable and in usual sales channels, such as the E-shop of České dráhy on the www.cd.cz web site.

EC Train in Dresden