For relatively short journeys like the one from Brussels to Prague, you could also choose to travel by carpooling, cheaper alternative, or by train, an ecological choice.
With such a long journey, we would like to give you some advice: you can look for a flight to Prague, or if your budget is limited, you can check night buses and trains to save the daytime for your visits.
Travelling by bus to Prague from Brussels: how many daily connections are there?
If you desire to go to Prague from Brussels by bus, 16 daily connections are available. Please note that 11 routes include one change or more whereas 4 routes are direct lines. Therefore, choosing a trip including a change is sometimes more efficient although it is longer especially if there are too few connections and if you look for a ticket at the last minute. However, considering choosing a ticket for a direct line seems to be the best option if your priority is to stay in the same bus for the whole trip.
What time are the buses to Prague?
The average duration of the journey is 17 hours and 48 minutes, but the fastest bus connections get you to Prague in 11 hours and 50 minutes. The first bus is scheduled at 01:07 and the last one at 21:08.
Which bus lines can take you from Brussels to Prague?
You can travel by bus from Brussels to Prague with RegioJet and FlixBus.
Flixbus is undoubtedly one of the youngest and most famous bus companies in whole Europe. With more than 40 millions passengers only in 2017, Flixbus offers national and international bus connections, also with night buses.