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Билеты на автобусы в Czech Republic

General information about the Czech Republic

Capital city: Prague
Population: 10.2 million
Language: Czech
Currency: CZK
Time zone: GMT+01:00

Buses in the Czech Republic

Not surprisingly, buses are one of the most popular forms of public transport in the Czech Republic. Thanks to an excellently developed road network of over 130,000 km in length, as well as a large number of national and international bus companies, even the most remote regions of the country can be easily reached by bus.

Since very few people in the Czech Republic owned a car during Soviet times, the network of bus routes used by a large part of the population and the location of bus stops were refined over decades. Short distances around the metropolises of Prague, Brno or Ostrava are mostly served by buses of the urban public transport system.

Especially on the longer domestic routes, for example the approximately 2:30 hour trip between Prague and Brno, you can enjoy a wide range of regular connections from various providers.

When looking for your preferred bus trip in the Czech Republic, Busfor shows you the fastest and cheapest connections at a glance. You can even compare different offers to find the perfect trip for you.

Several times a day, bus operators such as Eurolines, FlixBus, Leo Express, regional bus lines (ČSAD) or RegioJet offer trips to and from the Czech Republic.

Its privileged situation within the European geography, makes the Czech Republic an ideal destination for travelling by bus. With the bus you can start your holiday in the Czech Republic quickly and cheaply.

Based in the metropolis of Brno, RegioJet is the largest domestic provider of national and international long-distance coach travel in the Czech Republic.

Known for its distinctive yellow buses, the company primarily serves the country’s larger cities with a variety of daily connections. RegioJet is also one of the most popular bus tour operators among the locals, primarily due to its modern fleet of vehicles and its excellently coordinated schedule.

In addition to the larger cities of Prague, Brno and Ostrava, RegioJet’s timetable also includes the cities of Budiejovice, Cheb, Liberec and Zlin. The travel companies Eurolines and Leo Express specialize in international bus connections to and from the Czech Republic.

Eurolines serves a total of six Czech cities, including Pilsen, Prague and Ostrava. The Czech travel company Leo Express, on the other hand, focuses on international bus connections between the Czech Republic and its neighboring countries Germany, Slovakia, Austria and Poland.

When it comes to international coach travel to this versatile country, the capital city of Prague and the second largest city, Brno, with a population of around 380,000, are the most frequently visited destinations in the Czech Republic.

The Bavarian capital Munich is particularly well connected to Prague, with bus services running at intervals of sometimes one hour and a journey time of around 5 hours. With a short stopover in Nuremberg, Deutsche Bahn buses will also take you to the Czech capital.

Bus from Berlin to Prague by bus in about 4,5 hours. RegioJet, Eurolines and Flixbus offer daily direct connections on this route. Most bus connections between Hamburg and Prague require a short change in Berlin. While you can find some direct connections on the Berlin - Brno route, from Munich you have to change in Prague

Where to go on holiday in the Czech Republic?

Due to the variety of landscapes and numerous regional centres, the range of destinations in the Czech Republic is correspondingly broad.

Prague

First and foremost, the capital Prague is certainly the tourist magnet in the Czech Republic. The Golden City is the linchpin of every holiday in the Czech Republic. And quite rightly so, because hardly any other European city shines with such a fairytale medieval old town like Prague.

Hardly any other capital in Europe is currently so popular for a city trip! And quite rightly so. Whether sightseeing or party holidays. Prague is incredibly varied and is a beautiful destination for everyone. From families to stag parties

Anyone who thinks the Czech Republic has nothing more to offer than the capital Prague is mistaken.

Prague is the “City of 100 Towers” or the “Golden City” and is world famous for sights like the Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and the Jewish Quarter.

Other places worth visiting in the Czech Republic

In Brno we recommend a trip to the Tugendhat Villa, which has become a centre of functionalist architecture and is one of the few recent cultural heritage sites on the UNESCO list.

Kutná Hora, is a small town in Central Bohemia, which once belonged to the liveliest and most prosperous towns in the region due to silver mining and the minting of Prague groschen. If you are there, you should definitely visit the cathedral of St. Barbara. It is one of the most extraordinary church buildings in Central Europe.

Of course, the Czech Republic is also known for the recreational areas and thermal spas in Karlovy Vary and Mariánské Lázn? The Bohemian Forest is perfect for a hiking holiday in summer or skiing in winter.

The West Bohemian spa triangle

The glamorous spa towns of Karlovy Vary, Mariánské Lázn? and Františkovy Lázn? form a triangle in the north-western part of Bohemia. There you can admire the splendour of old times on the one hand, and on the other hand you can enjoy the latest wellness treatments and modern hotels.

The Krkonoše Mountains

The Krkonoše Mountains are an idyllic hiking area in summer and offer a wide range of outdoor activities, and in winter they are also an excellent place for skiing. The undisputed centre of winter sports is the village of Spindlersmühle (Spindleruv Mlyn) with 14 cable cars and a total of 25 km of ski slopes.

Bohemian Switzerland

Bohemian Switzerland is part of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains and is a varied, well signposted hiking area with numerous small villages and picturesque towns. The journey from Delcin on the Elbe by narrow-gauge railway is spectacular. Tips and tricks

Remember, that despite belonging to the European Union, the Czech Republic keeps its currency: the Czech crown. The official language is the Czech one, though there is a very high percentage of the population that speaks English, though it is at basic level, especially in the most tourist places.

Although it is not obligatory, in the country it is well seen to leave a tip in restaurants, between 5-10%, so we believe, it is advisable to follow this unwritten rule, especially if you have liked the food and the service has been good.

In the Czech Republic the voltage is 230V, the frequency 50Hz and the plugs are type E.

It is highly recommended that you carry a copy of your important personal documents, such as ID card, passport, travel insurance policy, etc., in the cloud so that if necessary, you will have a copy to make the procedures easier and faster.

What is the best time to travel to Czech Republic?

  • High season (from June to August and December in Prague): Without a doubt, the warmest months of the year and the Christmas month par excellence, are the most frequented by tourists.
  • Mid season (April to May and September): In our experience, this is the best time for a trip to the Czech Republic, taking into account that the climate is usually mild and there is not so much overcrowding.
  • Low season (from October to March): These are the coldest months and also the ones when some tourist places close.

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