Praha-Holešovice railway station

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This article is about the mainline railway station. For the Prague Metro station, see Nádraží Holešovice (Prague Metro).
Praha-Holešovice railway station and the adjacent bus station
Nadrazi Holesovice - Malinovsky 2011.JPG

Praha-Holešovice railway station (Czech: Nádraží Praha-Holešovice) is a railway station located in Holešovice, in the north of Prague, Czech Republic. Opened in 1985, it was originally used as a terminus for international fast trains coming from the east. Since the completion of Nové Spojení in 2008, these trains terminate at the more central hub, Praha hlavní nádraží, however, international and interregional trains going north from hlavní nádraží towards Berlin still stop here. The station is connected to the Prague Metro's C line by the metro station of the same name, and also to the Prague tram system by numerous lines.

Services[edit]

Preceding station   České dráhy   Following station
Praha hl.n.
Terminus
  City Night Line
CNL Phoenix/Canopus
  Ústí nad Labem hl.n.
toward Amsterdam and Zurich
Praha hl.n.
toward Budapest
  EuroNight
EN Metropol
  Ústí nad Labem hl.n.
toward Berlin
Praha hl.n.
toward Vienna or Budapest
  EuroCity trains   Ústí nad Labem hl.n.
toward Berlin
Praha hl.n.
Terminus
  Regional fast trains   Ústí nad Labem hl.n.
toward Cheb
Preceding station   Esko Prague   Following station
Terminus
R4
S41

Coordinates: 50°06′37″N 14°26′23″E / 50.110278°N 14.439722°E / 50.110278; 14.439722