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Bus from Paris to Prague

How to get from Paris to Prague by bus

On this page you will find all you need to know for travelling by bus from Paris to Prague:

  • Bus schedule, route, and travel time from Paris to Prague.
  • Bus ticket prices, discounts, and promotions.
  • How to book Paris Prague bus tickets.
  • Luggage info and restrictions.
  • Other notes and warnings on Paris to Prague bus.
  • Paris and Prague bus station directions.

If you are regular traveller and don’t need the info, go directly to bus ticket booking.

Bus from Paris to Prague basic info

Bus from Paris to PragueBuses from Paris to Prague are operated by Eurolines, the large European long distance bus network. One way ticket from Paris to Prague costs about EUR 75-80 and various discounts and promotions apply (see below). You can get as low as EUR 36 one-way.

Paris Prague bus schedule and travel time

Bus travel from Paris to Prague takes about 13.514.5 hours (depending on where the bus stops along the way). The buses go overnight and they are very comfortable. Most of the time the bus goes on French and German highways and most people don’t have trouble sleeping on the bus. Regular stops are made every few hours. Eurolines board service is available on the bus.

Bus interiorThere are 5 pairs of buses per week between Paris and Prague, so there is a connection almost every day. The buses depart from Paris in the afternoon (14:15 or 16:00) and arrive to Prague early in the morning (5:30 or 6:15). The departures from Prague are at 16:00 or 22:30, with arrivals to Paris at 6:15 or 13:15.

On the way from Paris to Prague some (not all) buses stop in cities including Reims, Nancy, Strasbourg, Saarbrücken, Mannheim, Heidelberg, and Plzen. You can see the exact bus schedule and all stops on the Eurolines website. Note that the schedule can change over time.

Paris to Prague bus ticket prices and discounts

Travel from Paris to Prague by busBus ticket from Paris to Prague costs approximately EUR 75-80 one-way (CZK 1,900). There is significant discount on return tickets, which cost about EUR 115-120 (CZK 2,900). Various discounts also apply to children, students, and seniors. Don’t forget to choose the correct option in the booking form; otherwise you will pay the full price.

If you book early, you may get the special “promo” price as low as EUR 36 one-way (CZK 900). Eurolines also offer various temporary promotions during the year.

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Note: The bus ticket prices can change over time. The prices are quoted in Czech Koruna (CZK) by default and your EUR or USD price will also depend on exchange rates at the moment (1 EUR is approximately CZK 24.5 as in October 2010).

Bus from Paris to Prague luggage information

Two pieces of hold luggage (to be put into the cargo area at the bottom of the bus) and one piece of cabin (hand) baggage are included in the bus ticket price. There are no particular size restrictions, although it is best to contact Eurolines if you are planning to carry extra large or unusual luggage on the bus.

Other notes and warnings on Paris to Prague bus

Travelling on Eurolines buses is safe. However, all passengers should take the common safety precautions regarding their personal belongings (like passport or wallet). The risk is greater in and near bus stations than in the bus itself.

Paris and Prague are among the most visited cities in Europe and the bus route between them is very popular. The bus can be fully booked even several days before departure. It is highly recommended to book in advance, especially when you are less flexible with dates of travel.

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Bus station directions in Paris and Prague

Eurolines office

Getting to Gallieni Bus Station in Paris

Buses to Prague (and other Eurolines buses) depart from the large coach station Gallieni in Paris. Gallieni Bus Station is located in the eastern part of Paris and it is best accessible by metro. Gallieni Station is the terminus of line 3.

Prague Florenc Bus Station

In Prague the bus from Paris arrives at the International Bus Station Florenc. The station is located in the city centre, very close to the Old Town and most other tourist attractions. Florenc has outstanding public transport coverage and is one of the busiest stations in Prague’s local transport system. It is also a popular hotel district, mainly thanks to its location and often lower prices compared to the neighbouring Old Town.

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Topics: France to Czech Republic, Eurolines, Paris Gallieni Bus Station, Paris Prague Bus, Popular bus routes, Prague by bus, Praha Florenc Bus Station