Information about Florenc Coach Station
This is the most important Prague coach station from where both local and international buses arrive and depart. The station is located in the centre of the city and is composed of both newand the olddeparture halls. A map of the individual stands can be found here.
How to get to the centre
Because Florenc Coach Station is located in the city centre, all important locations can be easily accessed using metro lines C and B, which are right by the station. You can also walk to the bus stops of lines 133 and 135, which lead to Žižkov and Vinohrady. Line 133 will also take you in the opposite direction to the square Jana Palacha not far from Charles Bridge. Trams also leave from Florenc; you can catch nos. 3, 5, 8, 24 or night trams 52 and 56. You can also catch a night bus 504 or 509 from the nearby stop Bílá labuť.
At Florenc you also have the benefit of special barrier-free public transport buses. Detailed information about barrier-free public transport can be found here.
Information about transport connections
Information about coach services and transport connections can be found on these websites: www.idos.cz, www.busportal.cz, www.vlak-bus.cz; and information about the purchase of international tickets can be found at www.eurotours.cz (Eurolines and Student Agency). While railway transport is provided by just one company České dráhy (Czech Railways), which is partially owned by the state, there are more private companies operating coaches in Prague.
Every transport operator arranges their own advance sales of coach tickets and seat reservation tickets, be it in their office or via the internet. Most of the companies make use of the automated ticket system AMS. Here you can see where the ticket offices are located. The AMS system enables the purchase of e-tickets for selected routes. For more information you can call the information line + 420 900 144 444.
Another system that offers mainly international services is Eurotours.
Other Prague coach stations
Other important Prague coach stations and how they connect with the metro:
- Roztyly - Prague 4, Ryšavého Street (metro line C, station Roztyly)
- Černý Most - Prague 9, Chlumecká Street. (metro line B, station Černý Most)
- Dejvice - Vítězné náměstí – Prague 6, from the end of 2009 station Hradčanská (metro line A Dejvická (Hradčanská)
- Na Knížecí - Prague 5, Nádražní Street (metro line B, station Anděl)
- Holešovice - Prague 7, Partyzánská (metro line C, station Nádraží Holešovice)
- Želivského – Prague 2, u Vinohradské (metro line A station Želivského)