Buses from Nuremberg to Prague are an easy way to get from Germany to the Czech Republic when you are visiting Europe. There are no direct train services between these cities, so the easiest way to get from the historic city in Bavaria to the Czech capital is to travel by coach.

Buses on this route are run by Student Agency and Deutsche Bahn. The former offers services at night, while the latter runs coaches during the day.

Student Agency’s overnight buses from Nuremberg to Prague leave from the the central bus station in Nuremberg and arrive at the Florenc bus station in Prague. From there you can connect to trams and the metro.

The scheduled travel time on these coaches is 4 hours and 10 minutes, but because they originate in Amsterdam, services can run late. As such, make sure to leave yourself time if you plan to connect in Prague.

Tickets for Student Agency buses cost from 37 euros each way if you buy them online ahead of time.

Deutsche Bahn buses leave every hour from the Nuremberg Hauptbahnhof, which is the central train station in the city. They arrive at the Hlavni Nadrazi train station in Prague. It is located right in the heart of the city and offers easy connections to the metro, trams, and buses.

The travel time on these coaches is approximately 3 hours and 40 minutes if there is no traffic. If you are transiting in the Czech Republic, make sure to give yourself extra time in the event of delays on the way.

Single tickets for Deutsche Bahn buses from Nuremberg to Prague start at 19 euros if you buy them online well in advance.