The Railjet is a modern high speed train running on the route from Prague via Brno to Vienna and Graz and Austria. Czech Railways (CD) have purchased seven trainsets which they operate jointly with trainsets of Austrian Railways (ÖBB).
Railjet trains are fixed trainsets with 2nd and 1st class. Additionally "Business" accomodation is provided at a surcharge on top of the 1st class ticket.
- Seats are arranged in open-plan style only
- Power sockets
- Free Wifi
- Restaurant car and trolley service; at-seat service in 1st class
- All trains are equipped for passengers with reduced mobility
- Bicycle storage on all trains
The trains consist of five 2nd class coaches (coaches 21 to 25; bicycle compartment and children area in coach 21; quiet area in coach 23); one restaurant coach with 1st class seats, seats for passengers with reduced mobility and an information desk (coach 26) and one driving trailer with 1st class and business class seats (coach 27)
In 2nd class you will find four seats per row (2+2) in open-plan arrangement. Seats are both in rows and opposite each other. All seats have desks and electrical plugs. Luggage racks are available.
In 1st class you will find three seats per row (2+1) in open-plan arrangement. Seats are both in rows and opposite each other. All seats have desks and electrical plugs. Luggage racks are available.
1st class business seats are available in coach 27. In the older Railjet trains they are in small cubicles, offering privacy and comfortable reclining seats. In the newer trains the reclining seats are located next to the regular 1st class seats.
On some Railjet services between Czech Republic and Austria trainsets of Austrian Railways are in use which slightly differ from the Czech version. The Austrian trains have just four 2nd class coaches and instead three 1st class coaches.
Between Prague and Vienna the cheaper "Happy Hour" prices in the restaurant car apply.
Prague - Vienna - Graz