I had heard about the train station of a thousand names. Praha Masarykovo is the most important one in Prague and connects with the Eastern Europe that we’ve turned our backs on. Europe lacks eastern aromas and it lacks a train that takes us directly to the Caspian Sea.
This station was commissioned in 1845, and it is the oldest in Prague. In the mid-19th century it was one of the largest train stations in Europe, although at present, the station provides services only to regional and commuter trains. Given the proximity to the Hotel BoHo, you may have the perfect excuse for a short break back and forth.
This photograph of Praha Masarykovo Station is part of Project 57, the artistic project that we make from the BoHo Hotel to show new corners and new perspectives of Prague. You can find it in a large-scale format in room 109 of our hotel.