Vienna to Prague by bus, train from EUR 5.36
From Vienna Central Railway Station to Prague by Trains
From Vienna Central Bus Terminal to Prague by Buses
From Vienna Airport Bus Station to Prague by Buses
Transport types between Vienna and Prague
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How to get from Vienna to Prague
Travelling between Vienna and Prague is possible by Bus and train. Train guarantees the fastest travel on this route. Bus is the slowest option.
The most expensive ticket will cost you EUR 37.50 if you go by train; to keep it budget-friendly, opt for a bus which will set you back mere EUR 5.36.
How long does it take to get from Vienna to Prague?
It can take you anywhere between 5 and 6 hours to travel between Vienna and Prague depending on the means of transport you choose.
Train is the fastest way to travel between Vienna and Prague. Train will bring you to your destination in 4h 5m. Bus does a much slower job and take about 5h 40m to reach Prague.
How much does it cost to get from Vienna to Prague?
Travelling between Vienna and Prague can be as cheap as EUR 5.36 if you opt for a Eurolines SA (Eurolines SA) bus and as expensive as EUR 37.50 if you buy a RegioJet (RegioJet) train ticket.
Here is the list of how much you can expect to pay travelling by each means of transport available for this route.
How many trips per day are there between Vienna and Prague ?
- 16 from Vienna to Prague starting from 06:39 Vienna Central Railway Station until 18:39 Vienna Central Railway Station
- 15 from Vienna to Prague starting from 04:40 Vienna Central Bus Terminal until 23:55 Vienna Central Bus Terminal
Check above for a bus, train, flight and ferry timetable from Vienna to Prague.
What mode of transportation is the best one for my route?
Travelling from Vienna to Prague overland will inevitably take longer but in many cases it is the cheapest option if you opt for a bus.
Things to remember: 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.
They often include water, snacks or a light lunch into your ticket price and make bathroom stops en-route.
Companies operating bus routes between Vienna and Prague
Arda Tur (Arda Tur), Eurolines SA (Eurolines SA), RegioJet (RegioJet)
Train is a often a great choice for long-haul travel especially if you opt for a night sleeper train with berths which will allow you to sleep all your journey through. To make the most of your train journey, choose the class of your ticket wisely.
Note that there are air-conditioned and fan-only carriages; private compartments for 2 or 4; hard and soft seats.
Though the upper class you get the smoother is your journey, often second class air-conditioned or fan-only sleepers are a good money saving alternative.
What is the most popular transport to get from Vienna to Prague?
There is a choice of transportation means any time of the day with train remaining the most popular option due to their reasonable pricing and comfort.
Out of 1000 travellers who bought tickets for this route
- 1000 took a train