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Travel Options between Brussels and Prague
There are multiple options when traveling between Brussels and Prague. One of them is the bus. There are 4 buses that travel along a direct route between the two cities, daily. There are also buses that make stops in other cities along the way. The bus departs from the Eurolines Busstation in Brussels and arrives at the UAN Florenc station in Prague. Travel on the bus takes anywhere between 11 and 14 hours. The price of this trip is between 70-80EUR. Money can be saved if a return trip is booked.
The train is also an option for travel between the two cities. There are no direct train routes on this route. There is a 25 our trip that leaves from Brussels and travels to Frankfurt before continuing to Prague. The other option is the trip that leaves from Brussels, travels to Koln and then continues to Prague. The second trip is about ½ hour shorter than the first. Tickets can be as low as 53EUR I purchased in advance.
Flying, of course, is the fastest means of travel between Brussels and Prague. Non-stop flights between the two cities take approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. Flights are boarded in Brussels at the BRU and arrive in Prague at the PRG. There are between 2 and 6 flights on a daily basis. Tickets can be purchased for as low as 53 EUR if they are purchased ahead of time.
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