Prague to Karlovy Vary
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From Hradcanska Bus Station to Karlovy Vary by Buses
Transportation from Prague to Karlovy Vary
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How to get from Prague to Karlovy Vary
Travelling between Prague and Karlovy Vary is possible by bus. At the moment it is the only option available for this route.
How far is Prague from Karlovy Vary?
Travelling by land the distance between Prague and Karlovy Vary is 113 km while it is about 195 km as the crow flies.
How long does it take to get from Prague to Karlovy Vary?
Travelling by bus between Prague and Karlovy Vary, expect to spend about 3 hours.
How much does it cost to get from Prague to Karlovy Vary?
bus tickets for Prague - Karlovy Vary route will set you back about USD 8.69. To ensure the best price, buy tickets in advance.
How many trips per day are there between Prague and Karlovy Vary ?
Buses from Prague to Karlovy Vary ride 16 times a day.
Useful tips for travelling between Prague and Karlovy Vary by bus
To get from Prague to Karlovy Vary your choice is limited to a single transportation option but it does not mean you cannot make your trip as comfortable as possible. Check our simple hints to avoid disappointment during your travel.
Useful tips for bus travellers:
- For a more comfortable ride opt for a higher-class bus wherever possible. These buses usually have soft reclining seats and are equipped with air-conditioning and on-board toilets.
- Water, snacks or a light lunch may be included into your ticket price.
- Not all buses feature toilets on-board but scare not - they make bathroom stops en-route.
Companies operating bus routes between Prague and Karlovy Vary
How many travellers choose to get from Prague to Karlovy Vary by bus?
We have sold bus tickets to 544 passengers. Some of them left reviews on their trip above on this page. Check travellers' reviews to get prepared. They are always the most useful and reliable source of information.