From the Prague Smíchov Railway Station, the steam train will head to the Prokop Valley, with its canyon reaching a depth of 70 metres, which was eroded over a million years. The train will travel the route, nicknamed Hrbatá, all the way to Rudná u Prahy. The train will continue from Hostivice to Prague-Smíchov station on the Buštěhrad Railway route, reaching an altitude of 150 metres. The track is called the Prague Semmering, after the famous Austrian railway, thanks to its character, the beautiful scenery and the two historic viaducts.

The final section of the route allows you to admire the mythical Vyšehrad Rock, the Pankrác Plain with its modern buildings, and a panorama of historic Prague with the majestic Prague Castle from the railway bridge over the Vltava.

Tickets must be purchased in advance in order to board the train. Tickets are on sale at all Czech Railways ticket offices.

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