Prague

The last station of our travel to Central Europe was Prague (Praha), the capital of Czech Republic. Time is 1 hour back from Turkey in Czech Republic. We arrived at Prague after about 4 hours travel by train from Bratislava. Currency is Czech Koruna (CZK). 1 Czech Koruna was equal to approximately 0.1 Turkish Liras. Turkish citizens who have regular passports need a Schengen visa to …

Vienna

The third station of our travel to Central Europe was Vienna (Wien), the capital of Austria. Time is 1 hour back from Turkey in Austria. Going to Vienna from Bratislava takes about 1 hour by train. Currency is Euro (EUR). 1 Euro was equal to approximately 2.5 Turkish Liras. Turkish citizens who have regular passports need a Schengen visa to enter Austria. Our …

Bratislava

The second station of our travel to Central Europe was Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. Time is 1 hour back from Turkey in Slovakia. We arrived at Bratislava after about 3 hours travel by train from Budapest Keleti Railway Station (ticket was 4320 Forints). Currency is Euro (EUR). 1 Euro was equal to approximately 2.5 Turkish Liras. Turkish citizens who have regular passports need …

Budapest

The first station of our travel to Central Europe was Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Budapest became a single city with a unification of Buda and Pest banks of Danube River. Time is 1 hour back from Turkey in Hungary. We arrived at Budapest Ferenc Liszt Airport (BUD) after about 2 hours flight from İstanbul (Malév). Currency is Hungarian Forint (HUF). 1 Forint was equal to …