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Overnight train from Krakow to Prague - help please!

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Our family of 2 adults and 2 teenagers would like to travel on an overnight train from Krakow to Prague on a Sunday night.

I can find details of a train that departs Krakow at approximately 10pm and arrives in Prague around 7am but I cant find any pricing for a sleeper for our family.

We would all like to stay together in a 4 person sleeper.

I am trying to budget for our trip before we leave but cant find pricing anywhere for this journey.

Is anybody aware of what sort of cost is involved with this journey or can you suggest where I can find the pricing before we depart on our trip?

Many thanks for your help!

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