Eurolines Bus from Romania to Prague
- Buses go to city centres.
- No waiting at the airport.
- No X-rays. Less stress.
- Low prices and various discounts.
- No hidden fees.
- You can take more baggage.
- Environment friendly travel.
Travel from Romania to Prague with Eurolines
The pan-European bus network Eurolines operates a bus service between Bucharest (Bucuresti) and Prague. The bus stops in several Romanian cities along the way, namely: Ploiesti, Brasov, Fagaras, Sibiu, Sebes, Deva, Lugoj, Timisoara, and Arad. In the Czech Republic the bus also stops in Brno.
Bus from Bucharest to Prague duration and timetable
The travel time between Bucharest and Prague is a little over 24 hours according to the schedule. There are usually 3 pairs of buses per week. Note that there is a time zone difference of one hour between Romania and the Czech Republic.
Bucharest to Prague bus tickets and booking
It is recommended to book tickets online in advance. The price of a one-way ticket from Bucharest to Prague is approximately EUR 60-70. There may be a discount if you book early. Discounts also apply to people over 60 years, to students, and infants.
Note that schedules and prices are subject to change and Prag Prague can’t guarantee accuracy of this information. Go to Eurolines website to see current timetable and prices and book bus tickets to Prague online.
Praha Florenc bus terminal
Buses from Romania arrive at Prague international bus station Florenc, located only few minutes from the city centre. Florenc is an important public transport junction and has access to metro lines B and C, as well as several tram and bus lines.
Getting to Prague Ruzyne Airport
To get from Florenc bus station to Prague International Airport in Ruzyne take the metro to Dejvicka station and then take bus 119. See detailed directions.