I would translate it as "Stop getting in and out, please..."
Amazing I love this message, my 1st time in Prague I thought this is an accident urgent message...:-))))
@kokpit Amazing how as a non-Czech-speaker I can say that phrase perfectly. :)
I learned by heart the phrase "Ukončete prosím výstup a nástup, dveře se zavírají." I Love Prague, greeting from Russia)))
Ukončete prosím výstup a nástup, dveře se zavírají.
@EinkOLED Thank you very much for this nice words.
he says " příští stanice Vyšehrad" = the next station is Vyšehrad
But heavily modernized...
What does the announcement say after the doors close, and it announces the next stop (and can you translate it!)? Thanks...this has been driving me crazy since my visit!
Oh my gosh this brings back the most amazing memories of my life! I spent 4 days in Prague and they were absolutely perfect, and hearing the sound of the metro makes me want to cry it's so awesome!!!
ja miluju ten zvuk-i love the sound it makes when the doors close
yeah yeah i know i know
The russian built Budapest trains are a little harsh but well built considering its age.The doors slam pretty firmly after a very funny hungarian warning. The brakes also seem to cause a little vibration.The trams are modern however, and also love the dinky smaller tube line that runs beneath the bridge, full of character. Prague stays closer to my heart however.
You've got to love the language.I've been to prague 3 times and I never get bored of it, love the people, the culture and the architecture.
I was on this train about 4 times. It rocks! It"s comfortable,beautiful. The best train I was ever on. The Foldalatti line trains in Budapest are a big piece of garbage compared to this beautiful train.
Everytime that I haer this little thing It's make me smile, it was a little part of my life when i was a teenager in Prague:))