Taking the bus from Munich to Prague is a good way to get between Bavaria and the Czech capital when you are visiting Europe. Buses on this route are faster and cheaper than trains, so are one of the best travel options if you don’t drive or fly.
ExpressBus and other coaches run regularly from the Munich Hauptbahnhof. They arrive just outside of Prague’s Hlavni Nadrazi station (Autobusova St. Wilsonova) or at the Florenc Bus Station. Both are centrally located and connected to all types of public transport links.
The stated journey time on buses from Munich to Prague varies from 4 hours and 39 minutes to 4 hours and 59 minutes. Traffic can cause delays en route, so if you have a connection to make in the Czech Republic, make sure to leave yourself some extra time.
Buses depart several times a day, with departures taking place every 2 to 3 hours from the early morning until the afternoon. The last bus departs in the late afternoon, so make sure to plan accordingly.
Bus tickets from Munich to Prague can cost as little as 19 euros one-way, including a seat reservation, if you purchase tickets online in advance. Otherwise fares can rise to 61.00 euros one-way. Discounts are available for students, children, groups, and seniors.