How to get from Berlin to Prague.
If you are planning to visit Prague, coming from Berlin, then you are bound to the question of which transport has the optimal combination of price and time en route. Let's consider some variants.
From Berlin to Prague by bus.
This option is most attractive for the price. Today this direction is popular among tourists, and many companies work along this route, here are the main ones:
Regio Jet - 15-20 euros (on the way 5 hours) OrangeWays - 20 euros (en route 6 hours) Metro - 31 euros (en route 7 hours 30 minutes) MeinFernbus - 42 euros (en route 5 hours)
Departure time: 01:00, 01:50, 07:00, 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00, 17:00, 19:00, 22:20 .
The main bus departures from Berlin:
Berlin ZOB (Masurenallee 4-6, metro U Kaiserdamm) Berlin Sudkreuz (Hildegard-Knef-Platz)
All buses arrive at the central bus station of Florenc.
By plane from Berlin to Prague.
The average price for a direct flight from Berlin to Prague is about 115 euros, with the condition that you buy it for 2-3 months. No transplants today only Air Berlin flies. Flight time is 1 hour.
With one transfer fly: Ryanair, Germanwings, KLM, Air France, Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines. The price ranges from 110 to 180 euros, depending on the airline. The flight time is from 3 to 24 hours, depending on where the transfer is.
From Berlin to Prague by train.
Between Berlin and Prague, eight trains run continually. The journey takes 4 hours and 40 minutes by train. The cost of one way ticket is 1700 kroons (68 euros). Please note, the price varies from the time of departure. Trains are very comfortable and a long trip significantly brightens the scenic view outside the train window.
Trains leave from Berlin's Central Station Berlin Hbf (Berlin Hauptbahnhof), and follow the main Prague Main Station via Prague's Golesovice Station.
In Germany, all trains are divided into five classes. The cheapest tickets are the Regional-Express (RE) and Regionalalban (RB) classes. Tickets are best purchased 15-20 days before the trip. There is an opportunity to get significant discounts.
Residents of Germany argue that tickets for full value are purchased only by tourists, there are a lot of opportunities to save.
One of the tangible ways - a trip to a company of 5 people.
For example, the full cost of a fast train ticket going through the whole of Germany is about 129.00 EUR, but by purchasing a daily ticket Lander-Tickets for 39.00 EUR, a company of 5 people can travel throughout Germany, that is, the ticket price per person is less than 8.00 EUR. The same principle applies to the weekend ticket Schones-Wochenende-Ticket 40.00 EUR.
From Berlin to Prague by car.
If you are an experienced driver, then you can travel from Berlin to Prague by car (you can rent here).
The rental car economy car for one day will cost about 40 euros. It is necessary to take into account the fact that the price for the weekend increases by 10% - 15%. For a week, the same car will cost 130 euros.
Czech autobahns of excellent quality, almost the same as the German ones. Distance from Berlin to Prague 340 kilometers by car is overcome in three hours. In Prague, from Germany leads the A6 highway, further in the Czech Republic highway continues as D5; or international E50. From the border between Germany and the Czech Republic to Prague, a distance of about 160 kilometers, the trip takes no more than an hour and a half.
It should be taken into account that in Prague there is a very intensive traffic, so an excellent exit will be to leave the car in the combined car park P + R (parking + walk).
These parking lots are located near all highways and are easily recognized. The payment for such parking is quite acceptable around 0.30 EUR, and you can enjoy Prague, without spoiling the mood and without wasting time in the numerous traffic jams. Be sure to get acquainted with this information.
As in many European cities, the bus is the most economical mode of transport. A ticket for a train from Berlin, provided it is purchased on the website or using various programs and shares, can also be quite profitable, especially since comfortable German trains do not make the trip tedious.
What to choose - a bus, car or train will depend only on your preferences.
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How to get from Berlin to Prague.