Bus from Prague to Brussels
Prague Brussels bus: travel with Eurolines buses
Eurolines, the big European bus network, operate direct bus connection between Prague and Brussels (and several other Belgian cities). In the Czech Republic the buses to Belgium stop in Brno, Prague, and Plzen. In Belgium, you can get off in Liege, Brussels, Antwerpen, and Gent (then the buses continue to Lille in France, where they terminate).
Prague Florenc Bus Station to Brussels Gare du Nord
The bus to Brussels departs from the central bus station Praha Florenc. This station has excellent public transport connections from anywhere in and near Prague and it is conveniently located just few minutes walk from the centre of Prague. In Brussels the bus from Prague arrives at Gare du Nord.
Bus travel time between Prague and Brussels
The bus travel from Prague to Brussels takes approximately 13-14 hours. Buses generally go overnight. You will leave Prague late in the evening and arrive in Brussels around noon the following day. The interior of the buses is very comfortable and practically all the way the bus goes on highways. Most people can sleep in the bus quite well at night.
You can find the detailed timetable of buses between Prague and Brussels on the Eurolines website.
Prague Brussels bus ticket prices and booking
One-way ticket from Prague to Brussels by bus costs about EUR 70-80. You can get a discount if you book very early and if you can be flexible with dates. There are also discounts on return tickets, and various discounts for students, children, and seniors. Free pieces of luggage are included in the bus ticket’s price, as well as free services on board like newspapers and drinks. The fastest and easiest way to book Brussels Prague bus tickets is online on Eurolines.
Note that the detailed schedule and bus ticket prices can change over time. Check the latest information on the website of Eurolines.