Fantova budova Hlavního nádraží4.217 reviews
Marcela Šarmanováa month ago
The main railway station in Prague is one of the most important Art Nouveau monuments in the Czech Republic, it is a national cultural monument. The café was originally a departure hall, later it served as a place to sit while waiting for the train.
Marie Reznickova3 years ago
The narrative building of the architect Josef Fanta is part of the Main Railway Station in Prague and together with the adjacent hall above the platform it forms the largest Art Nouveau monument in the Czech Republic. In 1976, the main railway station was registered as an immovable cultural monument and since November 1, 1993 it has been a part of the Vinohrady, Žižkov and Vršovice monument zones. The historic departure hall and the main entrance to the building currently serve passengers who change to long-distance buses or the Airport Express line.
Mona Mosiejchuk5 months ago
The Praha hlavní nádraží. It was inaugurated in 1871 and in the halls you can see Art Nouveau style that were designed in 1909 by the Czech architect Josef Fanta. IMPORTANT HERE leaves you and the EA bus leaves and goes to the airport in half an hour !!!. Sale 100 CZK.
Ondrej Ruzicka2 years ago
I was fine here. The throughput per hour is about 400 people. There are also a few vykuku, trying to earn a few crowns to help tourists. They also like to take pictures of models before dubious travels abroad.
Veronika Hronková11 months ago
I like the building as such.