Bus from Amsterdam to Prague
Travel from Amsterdam to Prague by bus
Eurolines, the Europe-wide bus network, operate regular bus connection between Amsterdam and Prague. Besides the two capitals, Eurolines buses stop in several other big cities in Netherlands and the Czech Republic.
Other cities besides Amsterdam and Prague where the bus stops
In the Netherlands, the bus actually doesn’t start in Amsterdam. It starts its journey in the big port city, Rotterdam. Then it stops in Den Haag before it arrives in the Netherlands’ capital, Amsterdam. In Amsterdam the buses to Prague depart from Amstel Station (Kantoor Eurolines).
After leaving Amsterdam, the bus stops in several other Dutch cities: Utrecht, Arnhem, and Eindhoven. Then it crosses Germany on its way to Prague and stops in two German cities: Frankfurt am Main and Nurnberg. In the Czech Republic the bus stops in Plzen, Prague (Praha Florenc Central Bus Station), and Brno (Grand Hotel Stop), where it terminates.
Amsterdam Prague bus travel time and schedule
The bus travel from Amsterdam to Prague takes about 14 hours. Buses generally leave Amsterdam late in the evening and arrive to Prague around noon the following day. There are currently 4-5 pairs of buses between Amsterdam and Prague every week. You can see the detailed schedule on the Eurolines website.
Amsterdam to Prague bus tickets and booking
You can easily book the tickets for buses from Amsterdam to Prague online on the Eurolines website. Regular price for one-way bus ticket from Amsterdam to Prague is about EUR 60. If you are flexible with dates and book very early, you may get as low as EUR 40. Various discounts apply to students, children, and seniors, and also to return tickets. Free pieces of luggage and other amenities (like newspapers and drinks) are included in the price.
Note that the details regarding schedule, prices, and services can change over time. Check the current information on the carrier’s website.