|Avg. Bus Duration:|
16 hours 41 minutes
|Coach Ticket Price:||$39|
|Buses depart from:||Budapest|
|Bus arrives in:||Berlin|
|Bus Companies:||Arda Tur, Eurolines Switzerland, Flixbus, Eurolines France, RegioJet, Infobus|
Passengers wishing to travel by bus from Budapest to Berlin have many options to choose from. Over 50 buses depart Budapest bound for Germany's capital on a daily basis throughout the year. Although it is possible to book a direct route, most bus services between these two cities require one or more changes along the way. Travel time can take anywhere from a little under 11 hours for direct services to over 16 hours for trips requiring changes.
Several bus companies offer service from Budapest to Berlin. These include Eurolines, FlixBus, and Arda Tur.
Although the average travel time by bus from Budapest to Berlin is around 12 hours, passengers can sometimes book trips that take a little under 11 hours to arrive at their final destination. Buses requiring a change can take anywhere from around 13 hours and 30 minutes to 16 hours. The difference in total travel time depends on the number of changes involved as well as the length of each stopover.
Between 50 to 60 buses bound for Berlin depart Budapest every day. Buses leave at many times throughout the day, and a night service is available. If a direct route is not available at the desired time, passengers can choose between many buses offering services with one or more changes.
Departure bus station: Buses depart Budapest from several stations in the city. These include Könyves Kálmán körút, Kelenföld vasútállomás Etele tér, and Mexikói Út M. Each of these stops is easily accessible by public transportation and shops and restaurants are nearby.
Arrival bus station: Buses from Budapest arrive at several destinations in Berlin. These include Berlin ZOB, Tegel Flughafen, Berlin Südkreuz, and Berlin Alexanderplatz. Tegel Flughafen is one of Berlin's airports of and ZOB is the Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof (main bus station). Both are located in Berlin City West and easily accessible by public transportation. Berlin Südkreuz and Berlin Alexanderplatz are both major transportation hubs, which will easily get passengers where they need to go. At each location, passengers will find plenty of dining and shopping options.