Current traffic information

Customers with purchased tickets are informed about operational changes via SMS and e-mail if this information was provided to us when buying a ticket. The location of trains on the territory of Poland and of regional connections is currently not available, we are still working on displaying this information. Delay times are only approximate, in case of delay of less than 20 minutes, please stay near the platform.

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Traffic closures and restrictions

Traffic closure Poříčany - Pečky

updated: 25. 10. 2021

From 13th to 21st October 2021, there will be a traffic closure between the stations Poříčany - Pečky. Connections LE1238, LE1254, LE1260, LE1291 and LE411 will be led by diversion through the station Sadská.

Changes in the departures of morning and evening connections from the 21st of September 2021

updated: 25. 10. 2021

Dear customers,

From the 21st of September, the departure time of some of our connections has changed:

  • the first connection from Prague LE1253 with departure at 08:27 will be replaced by connection LE1251 with departure at 07:42
  • the last connection from Prague LE1259 with departure at 19:42 will be replaced by connection LE1241 with departure at 18:27
  • the connection LE1253, which ended at the station Ostrava-Svinov, becomes the connection LE1251 and will now go to Bohumín
  • the connection LE1254, which started at the station Ostrava-Svinov, will start at the station Bohumín

These changes are valid until the 31st October 2021. Passengers with tickets for changed connections have already been informed.

Your Leo Express

Changes in departures of the train connection Prague - Katowice - Krakow

updated: 25. 10. 2021

You can always find the current timetable directly in the reservation form, on the Polish side there are minute shifts for all arrivals and departures of our trains.

Entry on board of the train only with FFP2/KN95 respirator

updated: 25. 10. 2021

Dear passengers,

from the 1st March, passengers in public transport are obliged to travel wear protection of air passages at least of the FFP2/KN95 level on the territory of Czech Republic. As part of the increased protection, the on-board staff were also equipped with adequate respirators before the introduction of this measure. This measure is valid until further notice.

Thank you, your Leo Express

Entry conditions

updated: 25. 10. 2021

Current entry conditions:

Czech Republic and Slovakia

When traveling from the Czech Republic to Slovakia, it is necessary to meet the following conditions: Mandatory quarantine, which can be ended at the earliest after 5 days by a negative PCR test. Exception from quarantine is granted to fully vaccinated persons (14 days after two-dose vaccination, or 21 days after single-dose vaccination). Registration at korona.gov.sk

When traveling from Slovakia to the Czech Republic, it is necessary to meet the following conditions: Negative antigen test (max. 48h old), or PCR test (max. 72h old). These can be replaced by PCR or antigen test 5 days after arrival in the Czech Republic. Exceptions are fully vaccinated persons (at least 14 days after the last dose) or persons who have suffered from the disease in the last 180 days. To enter, you also need to fill in the arrival form on the website plf.uzis.cz

More information at conditions_Slovakia and conditions_Czech_Republic

Poland

When traveling from the Czech Republic to Poland one of the following conditions must be met:
carry a certificate of completed vaccination or a certificate of undergoing the COVID-19 disease in the last 180 days or an antigen or PCR test (maximum 48 hours old).
There are no restrictions when traveling from Poland to the Czech Republic.

More information at bit.ly/conditions_Poland 

Ukraine

When traveling from the Czech Republic to Ukraine, the following conditions must be met:
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vaccinated passengers: no restrictions (certificate of completed vaccination required)
- other passengers (even after undergoing covid-19) must have an antigen or PCR test (maximal 72 hours old) and must undergo a 10-day quarantine after the arrival (does not apply for trips within 72 hours), which can be terminated immediately after undergoing the antigen or PCR test
- all passengers (including the vaccinated ones) must take out insurance with a Ukrainian insurance company to cover the costs in case of covid-19 treatment (available for purchase HERE)

When travelling from Ukraine to the Czech Republic it is necessary to:
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have a vaccination certificate or certificate of undergoing covid-19 ( it is necessary to fill out the incoming form for the Czech Republic)
- other passengers must have a negative PCR test made less than 72 hours before the travel - after return to the Czech Republic there is mandatory 5-day isolation ended by a negative PCR test

More information at conditions_Ukraine