|Bus Operator||First Bus||Last Bus||Duration|
|Comati PSG||19:30||19:30||3 hrs 0 mins||VIEW PRICE|
|Racic Eurobus||17:40||17:40||2 hrs 0 mins||VIEW PRICE|
Dresden to Prague is hardly 150 km and just over an hour worth of journey. Despite being in Germany and the Czech Republic, respectively, they are close to each other, and travelling between these cities is more often a day trip. There are plenty of buses available between these cities and around 40 buses from Dresden to Prague itself in a day. Many of these buses are direct from point to point while the others would need transfers in between. The average fare on the Dresden to Prague bus is around EUR 18. The bus fare differs with the bus operator, and each bus has its own sets of amenities for the passengers’ comfort. With redBus, you can get the best deals on these bus tickets.
redBus offers a range of multiple bus options for the Dresden to Prague route. You can book the tickets online in simple and easy steps as explained.
Several bus operators provide their services on the Dresden to Prague bus route. The buses start from early morning and are available till late at night. Since this is a short distance between these cities, there are multiple buses at different timings. It is highly convenient to pick a bus at the same time or around the time that you want. These bus operators provide various amenities on board to make the journey comfortable and luxurious. These luxuries also play a role in the Dresden to Prague bus ticket price. The available bus operators from which you can get a bus from Dresden to Prague are,
When booking for the Dresden to Prague bus with redBus, you get the opportunity to choose your suitable boarding point. For this particular route, you have two choices for the boarding point. You can select them after you have picked up the seats. Choose the appropriate boarding point from the drop-down list and then move on to the drop-off point. The available boarding point at Dresden for a bus from Dresden to Prague are,
Although redBus provides the opportunity to pick the drop-off point, not all buses give you a choice. Depending upon the city or location, some buses have only one drop-off point, which will be selected as the default point. You cannot ‘choose’ any but simply have to click and move on in such cases. Such is the case with the Dresden to Prague bus, which has only one drop-off point at Prague, which is,
The bus price starts from EUR 8 and can go up to EUR 38 with some bus operators. The bus fare mainly depends on the service provider, their route, amenities offered onboard, etc. The ticket price of buses from the same operator may also vary. The average ticket price one can expect is EUR 16-18. redBus provides the most economical bus options and also the opportunity to get discounts using any available codes. The redBus discount codes apply to all our tickets, including the Dresden to Prague bus tickets.
Approximately 30-40 buses are operating on the Dresden to Prague route. As per the current Dresden to Prague bus schedule, the first bus starts at 1.10 pm, and the last bus is at 9.35 pm. The total travel duration ranges between 1 hr 40 mins to 3 hr, depending upon the ride you choose. The total distance when travelling on a bus from Dresden to Prague is 150 km.
A: You can simply log on to www.redbus.com, choose any specific country you would like to book a bus in, and select the source and destination. After choosing the route and the date, you will find a number of options for buses available. redBus site is user-friendly and booking a bus ticket is just a matter of a few minutes.
A: This depends upon the bus operator and the country you are travelling in. You can check this information while booking a bus ticket for a particular bus operator. However, most of the bus operators allow M-ticket or E-ticket sent to your registered email address, you may require to print the ticket if any bus operator specifically asks for the same.
A: As you get the listing of buses available on a selected route, you can click on the 'Boarding & Dropping Point' tab to check the exact location of your pickup and drop-off points. redBus also offers ‘Track my bus’ facility in a few countries to check the live location of the bus.
A: Passengers are required to reach the boarding place at least 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time of the bus.
A: Yes, you can. However, this option is available with some selected bus operators on www.redbus.com. You just have to enter your bus ticket number and email address, verify your ticket details, and choose a reschedule date.
A: Buses from Dresden to Prague generally start early in the morning and continue until late evening. However, the bus timings may vary depending on the bus operators and season. This is where redBus helps you out. You need not contact several bus operators to get updated about the bus schedules. You will find all the updated information on redBus website while booking a bus ticket online.
A: Dresden to Prague is one of the popular routes and it’s quite likely that you may get exciting discounts on booking bus tickets through redBus on this route. It would be better if you plan your journey in advance and book your tickets so that you can get the best price and best seat for your trip.
A: International travel from Dresden to Prague is allowed under certain conditions. Only the citizens and permanent residents are allowed to enter Prague. The prerequisite for entry includes a COVID-negative certificate, not older than three days and 14-day quarantine upon arrival. Passengers must again take another test on the 5th. Once a negative test is passed, you will be quarantine free. For booking the Dresden to Prague bus tickets, a negative certificate is not necessary.
A: Yes, most of the buses from Dresden to Prague do have power outlets installed onboard. You may use them to recharge your mobile devices using them. But at the same time, some buses do not have this facility, so it is completely subject to the bus that you choose. You can check the amenities of each of the bus options on the search page before booking the tickets.
A: No, not all buses from Dresden to Prague have direct routes. Most of the buses operating on this have one or two layovers, but you can easily find direct buses as well. redBus provides details regarding this factor so that it is easier for you to check and choose. The direct routes often reach the destination within 1-2 hrs while the buses having layovers or transfers have a longer travel duration.
A: Rescheduling your bus tickets when booked with redBus is possible only if the bus has the Reschedulable option enabled at the time of booking. You can look for the same while booking. If that option was not seen, then you cannot change your travel date. In case you can do so, it will only be possible once.
A: Of course, you can! You just need to select the ‘roundtrip’ option on the homepage, where you fill in the starting and destination points. Booking for a roundtrip will see better deals and will save you more money.
Visit the redBus app or website to view the rest stops that are available on the way while traveling by bus from Dresden to Prague. There are several offers and cashback options that a customer can avail on the redBus app and website.
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