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Prague is one of the 10 most-visited cities in Europe, attracting millions of international visitors every year. There are many ways to enter this city, including flights and trains, but for an increasing number of tourists, buses are the way to go. Czech bus companies run routes in and out of the city and it’s also served by international operators.

If you’re thinking about a vacation in Prague or need to book cheap bus tickets to other cities and towns in the Czech Republic, book with Omio. It’s the easiest way to compare prices and the cheapest way to book.

The Czech Republic by Bus—Book Czech Buses with Omio

Buses are a cheap and sustainable way to travel, so it’s no wonder that an increasing number of tourists are using them to visit countries like the Czech Republic. An intercity bus booked through Omio can take you into the country or between its cities while the local buses make it easy to explore once you’re there. Read on to learn more about how the Czech bus system works and how you can book cheap bus tickets in the Czech Republic.

Discover Buses in the Czech Republic—Czech Bus Booking with Omio

Thanks to coach services offered by companies like RegioJet, FlixBus, and Infobus, you can book cheap bus tickets from Budapest to Prague and Vienna to Prague for a fraction of the price of a plane ticket or car rentals. Many other options are available too, including Bucharest to Prague, which often requires a transfer but is still a cheap bus route.

Thanks to Omio and our handy search function, you can book cheap bus tickets in the Czech Republic with just a few clicks. We offer competitive rates on all popular routes into, out of, and within the Czech Republic, and if you have an issue during the booking process, our multilingual customer support team is on hand to assist.

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Booking Czech Bus tickets with Omio

Omio was designed to make domestic and international travel easier for you. Get started by using the search function at the top of every page. Enter your starting location, followed by your intended destination, the dates that you want to travel, the number of tickets that you need, and any applicable discounts.

You’re then ready to click “Search” and see what’s on offer. Our software quickly trawls through all available routes from all available providers, before showing these in a series of tiles. Filter the results by price, times, companies, and location, and when you’re happy with a particular route, just click and book.

You will be taken to a secure page where you can enter your contact details, confirm your booking, and then pay for your cheap bus ticket. It’s secure and fast, and we take payment in a variety of currencies.

After purchasing your cheap bus ticket, it will be stored in your Omio account as an e-ticket. You don’t need to collect it from anywhere and you don’t need to print it (although you can if you want). Just show the bus ticket when you board.

And if you need more travel tickets, you know where to look. Omio provides comparison searches for all travel tickets, including planes, ferries, and trains. It’s all just a click away.

Main Bus Companies in the Czech Republic

There are several Czech bus providers offering intercity services within the country, including RegioJet, FlixBus, and Infobus.

Infobus is based in the Czech Republic and offers cheap connections between its towns and cities. It also runs some of the most popular routes into the country, many of which go to Prague. RegioJet is also a Czech company, with its headquarters in Brno and many routes from Prague. It services routes in other major European cities too, including Vienna and Budapest.

FlixBus is the biggest of these companies and the one providing the most routes. It is a global company with a presence in 40 countries around the world, including the US and Canada. FlixBus’s big green buses take travelers to and from major cities worldwide, with night bus services and long-distance routes that span more than 30 hours of travel time.

Use Omio to book cheap bus tickets in the Czech Republic with all of these providers and more. We partner with them to make it easy for you to compare routes, ensuring you get the best price every time.

Domestic Bus Routes in the Czech Republic

A few euros is often all it takes to ride a bus from one major Czech town or city to another. Most of these routes are direct and the longest of them take about 5 hours. To book a seat on one of these Czech buses, simply click the appropriate link and you’ll see a list of all route options, along with the providers and times. To book your cheap bus ticket in the Czech Republic, just click, confirm, and pay.

International Bus Routes from the Czech Republic to other countries

The Czech Republic, and Prague in particular, has some fantastic connections to cities all across Europe. You can go from Prague to Paris with RegioJet in less than 14 hours. It’s direct and it’s cheap, with bus tickets costing between 30% and 40% less than flights at the time we checked. FlixBus also covers this route but usually requires a transfer.

For an even longer ride to another big city, book a cheap bus ticket from Prague to London. The flight that connects these two cities is usually quite cheap and it was actually the cheaper option when we checked, but that’s not always the case and the bus route provides an interesting alternative if you’re not keen on flying or want to see the continent through the window of a bus.

For a route into Italy, check out Prague to Milan. It’s a 14-hour trip on average and it’s offered by FlixBus.

There are a few bus routes into Croatia, as well, including Prague to Zadar and Prague to Sibenik, as well as routes going the other way, including Zadar to Prague. You can also take a bus into Austria, with routes such as Prague to Purkersdorf and Prague to Vienna. If you’re looking for a cheap bus to Prague from another major European town or city, check out the following:

Click the links to discover more route details and to book a cheap bus ticket. If you have something else in mind, use the search function at the top of this page to input your journey details.

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Prague, Moldova, Czech Republic. Credit: Pixabay

Night Buses in the Czech Republic

Night buses are available from intercity providers and can carry you long distances inside and outside the country. FlixBus is one of the most popular of these and runs night buses to cities across the Czech Republic and in neighboring countries. The night buses typically depart from the bus station in the evening, drive through the night, and then arrive the following morning. Some of the longer trips cover several days’ worth of travel.

Not only do these buses give you a chance to sleep through the majority of the journey, but they also tend to be quicker. They make fewer stops during the night and the roads are not as busy, so they can drive straight through and make good time.

To book a cheap night bus ticket in the Czech Republic, just search on Omio for your preferred route. You’ll see a list of the best options, along with prices and times. Check the times for buses that depart in the evening and finish their journey the next morning or afternoon.

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Bus travel tips for the Czech Republic

If you’re taking a bus to Prague, a bus from Prague, or a connection to another Czech city, check out the following tips. These will help you when traveling on Czech buses and when exploring the country in general.

  • Use any door: The buses in Prague and other towns and cities have multiple doors. There is no rule regarding which one you should use, so feel free to board and disembark from any of them. Of course, you should wait for other passengers to get off before you get on.
  • Be wary of pickpockets and scams: Big cities like Prague are magnets for tourists, and wherever you find a lot of tourists you will also find many pickpockets and scammers. Protect your valuables, don’t exchange money with random people on the street (a common scam in Prague that usually happens near ATMs), and remember that if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
  • Check the prices: Another common scam usually occurs at restaurants and food kiosks and involves charging for an unspecified amount of food or charging by weight. So, you order some meat thinking it‘s a fixed price, they see that you’re a tourist, weigh the meat, and charge you 5x more than you were expecting.
  • Try some of the beer: The Czech Republic is famous for its beer. They love the stuff over here and they brew some of the best beer in the world. Even if you’re not much of a beer drinker, we recommend trying some of the local favorites. They might just change your mind about this drink.
  • Always validate your ticket: We’ve said it before, but it’s worth saying again. Validating your ticket literally makes it valid—buying it isn’t enough. Look for the yellow boxes on public transport. Remember, this doesn’t apply to intercity buses booked through Omio, as these use e-tickets that you keep on your device and show when you board.
  • Compare and book with Omio: Always compare your ticket prices with Omio. We’ll help you to quickly search and compare Czech bus tickets to ensure you get the cheapest one.


Where do I buy bus tickets in the Czech Republic?

If it’s a bus to Prague or another major city, book through Omio. Just search for your route, select your ticket, and then book through our secure platform. We have a dedicated customer support team on hand to assist if you encounter any issues and you can book through our website and our app. For local buses in the city itself, such as the ones you take to get from your hotel to popular attractions, buy your bus tickets from ticket machines.

Is public transport good in the Czech Republic?

The public transport network is excellent in the Czech Republic. It is efficient and extremely well-maintained. The trains and underground networks can take you to major tourist areas in a short space of time while the buses supply connections everywhere else. It’s modern, clean, efficient, and very reliable. Of course, you will encounter some older and less reliable services outside of major cities like Prague, but it’s still a cheap and easy way to get where you need to go.

Do buses in Prague take cards?

Yes, you can use debit cards and credit cards to pay for public buses and intercity buses in Prague and elsewhere. We take cards here on Omio, with a safe and secure platform providing a convenient way to book. If you’re using public transport in the city, you can use cards at the city’s many ticket machines.

Are buses better than taxis in Prague?

Buses are a lot cheaper than taxis in Prague. They are also arguably safer, as taxis in cities like Prague have been known to scam tourists by using rigged meters. There are also more alarming stories on the web of taxi drivers demanding ridiculously high payments and even driving passengers to ATMs. They are the exception, of course, and there are many genuine, reputable taxi drivers in the city, but this is certainly a concern. Of course, there are other options as well, including trams and Uber.

Do I need cash in Prague?

Credit and debit cards are widely accepted in the city and across the Czech Republic. However, there are some places that prefer cash, including smaller shops and local coffee shops, and it’s good to have some on you just in case.

Does Prague have a hop-on-hop-off bus?

Yes, there are hop-on-hop-off sightseeing tours available in Prague and other areas. Check the schedule to learn when the bus will be around again and then hop off and explore the city. These buses have tour guides who will talk about the city and its many attractions, and if you like the look of a particular attraction or area, you can jump off, explore, and then wait for the bus to come around again.

What is the best way to get around the Czech Republic?

Buses and trains are available throughout the Czech Republic and provide the perfect way to get around. Buses in particular connect every town and city, with intercity coaches taking you into the heart of town and regional buses letting you explore more of that town.

How much is the bus to Prague?

It depends on where you’re leaving from and when you’re booking. Search for your preferred route using Omio and we’ll show you a list of the cheapest bus tickets to Prague. Just choose your preferred route and then book your bus ticket through our secure platform. It only takes a few seconds and as your ticket will be stored electronically, you don’t need to print it out.

Are buses cheap in the Czech Republic?

Yes, they are very cheap, especially when compared to alternative travel options like taxis and car rental. You can buy cheap bus tickets in the Czech Republic using Omio, taking long journeys into the country and between its cities for less than the cost of a flight (in most cases). Once you’re in major population areas like Prague, cheap bus tickets are available from ticking machines, costing the equivalent of a few dollars/euros for a couple of hours of travel.
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Architecture, Brno

Architecture, Brno. Credit: Pixabay

Main Bus Stations in the Czech Republic

Bus stations are often centrally located, and you’ll find at least one in every major town and city. This is where you will start and end your journey on an intercity bus, and the stations provide basic amenities to keep you occupied if you need to wait, including sheltered waiting areas, toilets, and concessions.

The main bus station in Prague is known as Florenc. It’s just a 10-minute walk from the old town and sits at a junction between two metro lines, with access to the tram network as well.

There is a luggage storage facility, lots of nearby parking, restrooms, shops, and eateries, including a Burger King and a mini market.

Wilsonova Bus Station is also in the capital, located at New Town, 110 00 Prague 1. You can access it via the train station, which also provides many domestic connections.

More Information about Buses in Europe

The main coach companies in the Czech Republic also provide connections in surrounding countries and across the continent. FlixBus is a prime example. As noted already, it has a presence in dozens of countries but it seems to be growing every day by adding new buses to its fleet, new routes to its schedule, and new acquisitions to its books.

These buses are a cheap and sustainable way to travel. They are also a great way to see more of the continent, as you’ll be driving over motorways and through country roads, potentially crossing multiple borders in the process.

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Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. It’s no wonder that millions of tourists flock to the metropolis every year, and with a cheap bus ticket from Omio, you can see this beautiful city for less. And that’s not all—there’s more to the Czech Republic than its capital! Start your search with Omio today to book a cheap Czech bus ticket in minutes. You’ll be eating chimney cakes in the City of a Hundred Spires before you know it.

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