Florenc Bus Station – National and International Destinations

International coaches arrive and depart from Florenc coach station in Prague. Florenc is also the transport hub for destinations within the Czech Republic. Travelling by bus is often cheaper than by train. Florenc coach station can easily be reached by metro lines B and C and tram 3 or 8. Include a trip to Dresden or Berlin in your city trip to Prague!

How to get to Florenc Bus Station

Florenc coach station is on line B metro Florenc, one metro station away from Republiky, and one from the main train station. When you get out of the metro, follow the sign ‘bus’. This will lead you to the exit of the metro. When you are outside turn right and you’ll see Zizkov Bus Center. Pass through a underground passage and follow the sign ‘bus’, turn right and the new bus station is right in front of you.

Buying Tickets

The coach station opens at 05.30 in the morning. About twenty sales outlets and seven companies are selling tickets. You will find here, Eurolines, Capital Express, Meinfernbus and Student Agency. The mini supermarket is open from 05.30 until 22.00.

Florenc Bus Station

Facilities at Florenc Bus Station

Facilities at the bus station include free Wi-Fi, currency exchange, fast food outlets, left luggage, WC and showers and a newsstand, Trafika, with Czech newspapers. Buy metro and tram tickets and maps at this Trafika. The nearest ATM is in the hall of the Florenc metro station.


You may like to go on a day trip to Dresden from Prague – starting early in the morning and coming back late at night.

Add a weekend in Berlin to your Prague city trip. The bus trip takes five hours Meinfernbus and Student Agency are two bus companies going to Berlin.

Go to Budapest via Brno (two and a half hours), Bratislava in Slovakia (4 hours and 15 minutes) and Gyor in Hungary. Budapest to Prague takes 7 hours.

Coach Companies

The staff of all bus companies that have an office at Florenc bus station speak English. The following bus companies have a website in English: Student Agency, Meinfernbus and Eurolines.

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