Hlavni Nadrazi is a fairly large train station, split over several levels. It offers all the comforts and conveniences that a visitor could ask for.
If you plan to alight at the main rail head, you are lucky. The railway station offers facilities such as baggage storage, snacks, and shops offering essentials such as clothes. If you are planning to stay a while in the city, you could choose to buy books from the shops located at the train station.
If you are planning to check into a hotel close to the train station you might want to hire a taxi or use the nearby metro service. The train station connects the city to other places in Europe, such as Amsterdam centraal, Moscow, Central Copenhagen, Munich in Germany, Warsaw in Poland, Budapest Keleti, Vienna hbf, and Berlin Hauptbahnhof station.
The station is located in city center and operated by express trains, and also by ČD Class 680 trains (Czech Railways). Prague station is served by Czech Pendolinos speed trains for long-distance international travel to Bratislava and Vienna.
Prague has several train stations, but if you are using an international train you are most probable to get off at the Main Railway Station, called also Wilsonovo Nadrazi (Hlavni Nadrazi) or at Holesovice Station (Nadrazi Holesovice).
Both of them are connected by metro (red line C) to the rest of the city of Prague cz.
Air Connections — Prague is served by Ruzyně International Airport, the biggest airport in the Czech Republic and one of the busiest and the most modern in Central and Eastern Europe.