Bus from Budapest to Prague

Why is bus so popular on many European routes?
  • 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.

Bus from Budapest to Prague by Eurolines

There is a daily bus from Budapest to Prague, operated by Eurolines, the Europe-wide long-distance bus alliance. Travel by bus from Budapest to Prague takes 7 hours and 15 minutes. There are only two stops on the way: Bratislava and Brno. Eurolines bus line Budapest-Prague is served by modern buses with more legroom and free WiFi internet connection.

Budapest to Prague Bus Timetable

Budapest – Prague

6:30 Budapest Nepliget (international bus terminal, metro M3)
9:30 Bratislava Mlynske Nivy Bus Station
11:15 Brno, Benesova Avenue, Hotel Grand (near main train station)
13:45 Prague Florenc (central bus station, metro B and C)

Prague – Budapest

Here you can see the schedule in the other direction: Bus from Prague to Budapest.

Budapest to Prague Bus Price

One-way bus ticket from Budapest to Prague costs CZK 350 – 550. The lower price is available if you book early.

Eurolines provide various discounts for students, seniors, and children on Budapest-Prague bus.

Budapest Prague Bus Baggage Allowance

Cabin baggage and up to 2 pieces of hold luggage (to be put into the cargo area of the bus) per passenger are permitted on this bus and they are free of charge.

This information is valid for 1.11.2011 – 31.3.2012. For up-to-date schedules, prices, and detailed conditions of carriage, please visit the official website of Eurolines.

Topics: Prague by Bus, Eurolines