From 3 June 2022, you can travel regularly by yellow buses between Prague and Munich. Whether you travel regularly for work or are thinking of going on a trip to this beautiful German city, a RegioJet bus is the right choice for you! The buses will go there and back twice a day at great times.
You can take the morning connection at 9:30am from Prague, in which case you'll be in Munich by 2pm, or the afternoon connection at 4:30pm from Prague, in which case you'll be in Munich by 9pm. Buses will also go back from Munich at the same time. Below we show you what you can see in Munich in just a few hours.
Travel without worries in comfortable seats in an air-conditioned car.
You can book your ticket easily online and without any fees.
You can change or cancel your online ticket up to 15 minutes before departure.
Shopping, BMW, football and great beer. That's how Munich could be described in a nutshell. There's something for everyone in Germany's third-largest city. Take a stroll along Marienplatz, catch a football match at the Allianz Arena or discover the history of the BMW brand at the museum of the same name. The city's famous landmark is the Olympic Park, built in 1972 as the venue for the Summer Olympics. The Olympic Tower or the Olympic Hall are sure to impress. It also hosts various exhibitions and concerts. At the end of the day, you can enjoy a delicious Bavarian beer.
One of the city's largest public parks is located in Munich, Bavaria, and it is called the English Garden. The name refers to the English garden standard. In addition to greenery, you will find there a Japanese teahouse, a Chinese tower or a field meadow where sunbathing without clothes is allowed. You can also surf on one of the artificial streams that run through the garden.
Car lovers should definitely visit the BMW Welt. The unique museum of automotive history, innovation and driving pleasure offers an overview of the brand from its origins to the present day. In addition to the permanent exhibition, you'll find themed exhibitions such as Lego 3D models and Italian Tempo, where real gems are on display.
The largest football stadium in Munich and the home stadium of Bayern Munich has over seventy thousand seats. One of the most modern arenas has over two thousand illuminated "cushions" on the outside, which can turn red, blue or any other colour depending on which club is playing in the arena.
RegioJet's Fun&Relax-style buses with superior service are a great choice for travelling around Europe. We offer free Wi-Fi, hot drinks, daily newspapers and magazines. Movies, audio podcasts or games on the built-in screens in every seat make your journey more enjoyable. Of course, there's a modern air-conditioned environment and comfortable leather seats with a table, as well as a 230V socket, USB port and toilet.