Bohemian Lines Bus from Copenhagen to Prague

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Overnight bus between Copenhagen and Prague

Czech company Bohemian Lines operates buses between (Sweden and) Denmark and the Czech Republic. In Denmark the buses stop in Copenhagen and Nykøbing; in the Czech Republic they stop in Prague and Brno.

There are usually two pairs of buses every week – at the time of writing this article the departures are on Tuesday and Sunday from Copenhagen and on Monday and Friday from Brno and Prague.

The bus leaves Copenhagen in the evening, crosses Germany during the night, and arrives in Prague in the morning the next day. Standard duration of travel from Copenhagen to Prague is about 13 hours (this includes two hours on a ferry); to Brno it is two hours more.

Travelling from Sweden

Some of the Bohemian Lines buses start in Stockholm and stop in Linköping, Jönköping, Ljungby, Helsingborg, and Malmö before reaching Copenhagen and continuing to Prague.

Bohemian Lines tickets and booking

One way ticket from Copenhagen to Prague costs about CZK 1,500 (EUR 60). Discounts apply for round trips and there are also special offers when you book the ticket very early or extremely late before departure. See the Bohemian Lines website for exact quotes and booking of tickets. Common cards (if enabled for internet payments) are accepted.

Copenhagen bus stop in Ingerslevsgade

In Copenhagen many international long distance buses, including Bohemian Lines buses to Prague, stop in Ingerslevsgade (street name) next to DGI Byen. There is no terminal building, only few signs with schedules, so don’t be surprised if you can’t find the “station”.

The bus stop in Ingerslevsgade is located very close (200m) to the main train station (København H) and close to Tivoli, from which it is separated only with a bridge over tracks. You can easily get to København H with a variety of S-trains and buses from all parts of Copenhagen and Sjælland.

Nykøbing stop

Shortly before the bus leaves Denmark, it stops in a small city of Nykøbing on the Falster island. The stop in Nykøbing is located in front of the railway station.

Ferry from Gedser to Rostock

In Gedser the bus boards a ferry to Rostock in Germany. While on the ferry, all passengers are requested to leave the bus for safety reasons. But the ships are big and offer variety of shops and restaurants where you can spend the two hours.

Prague Florenc station

The stop in Prague is close to the city centre at the main long distance bus terminal Praha-Florenc. It is only about 15 minutes walk to the Old Town and even less many of Prague’s hotels. Florenc is an important hub of Prague public transport network with numerous bus and tram lines and the crossing or metro lines B and C.

Brno Zvonarka station

In Brno the buses from Denmark arrive at the main bus station Zvonarka.

Note: The schedule and prices are as of November 2009. Go to the carrier’s website for updates.

Topics: Prague by Bus, Bohemian Lines, Bohemian Lines Copenhagen Prague, Bus Copenhagen Prague, Copenhagen Prague, Denmark Prague, Florenc Station