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About RegioJet Buses: Eastern Europe and Beyond

RegioJet is a privately owned coach and railway provider based in the Czech Republic. Formerly known as the Student Agency, its original mission was to help students travel between Prague and Brno affordably. The company’s commitment to providing safe and reliable service while offering a wide range of perks and amenities has seen it grow from a small shuttle business to one of the largest and most popular coach and rail companies in Eastern Europe.

Instantly recognizable by their bright yellow fleet, RegioJet coaches connect travellers to some of the most beloved destinations in Europe, with buses to Prague, buses to Amsterdam, a bus connection to London, and many more popular bus routes. Known for their many on-board services, RegioJet coaches all offer free WiFi, and many of their bus routes offer a wealth of standard amenities, such as in-seat screens and free hot refreshments. RegioJet is proof that comfort can coexist with affordability and convenience.

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view of Old Town Square in Prague

Old Town Square, Prague. Credit: Shutterstock

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Popular RegioJet routes

Budapest to Prague coach

from £20
Direct coaches available
5h55 average duration
10buses per day
Served by
  • STUDENT AGENCY k.s.
  • FlixBus
  • Express Busline
  • Infobus
  • RegioJet a.s.

Kraków to Prague coach

from £16
Direct coaches available
6h16 average duration
1bus per day
Served by
  • FlixBus
  • Infobus
  • Agat
  • Euroticket
  • STUDENT AGENCY k.s.
  • BlaBlaCar
  • Eurolines Madeltrans
  • RegioJet a.s.
  • Eurolines Switzerland
  • Autolux

Brno to Vienna coach

from £6
Direct coaches available
1h40 average duration
12buses per day
Served by
  • STUDENT AGENCY k.s.
  • FlixBus
  • BlaBlaCar
  • Arda Tur
  • Union Ivkoni International
  • Infobus
  • ArdaTur
  • Eurolines Germany
  • TouristService
  • RegioJet a.s.
  • Tourist Service

Prague to Brno coach

from £7
Direct coaches available
2h10 average duration
16buses per day
Served by
  • STUDENT AGENCY k.s.
  • FlixBus
  • A-Express
  • Infobus
  • Turancar
  • Regabus
  • Interbus
  • Musil Tour
  • Express Busline
  • RegioJet

Prague to Kraków coach

from £13
Direct coaches available
6h55 average duration
7buses per day
Served by
  • Infobus
  • STUDENT AGENCY k.s.
  • FlixBus
  • Euroticket
  • Agat
  • Eurolines Madeltrans
  • Autolux
  • Ttbus
  • BlaBlaCar
  • DMD Group
  • Vilartrans
  • Musil Tour
  • RegioJet a.s.
  • Nikolo

Prague to Vienna coach

from £10
Direct coaches available
3h54 average duration
10buses per day
Served by
  • STUDENT AGENCY k.s.
  • FlixBus
  • Infobus
  • ArdaTur
  • Eurolines Germany
  • BlaBlaCar
  • Union Ivkoni International
  • Tourist Service
  • Arda Tur
  • TouristService
  • RegioJet a.s.

Prague to Budapest coach

from £18
Direct coaches available
5h56 average duration
7buses per day
Served by
  • STUDENT AGENCY k.s.
  • FlixBus
  • Infobus
  • DMD Group
  • Express Busline
  • Korona Travel
  • RegioJet a.s.
  • Eurolines Germany

Vienna to Prague coach

from £10
Direct coaches available
3h55 average duration
12buses per day
Served by
  • STUDENT AGENCY k.s.
  • FlixBus
  • Infobus
  • BlaBlaCar
  • ArdaTur
  • Tourist Service
  • RegioJet a.s.
  • Arda Tur
  • Eurolines Germany
  • TouristService
  • Eurolines Switzerland

Prague to Bratislava coach

from £10
Direct coaches available
3h59 average duration
10buses per day
Served by
  • STUDENT AGENCY k.s.
  • FlixBus
  • Infobus
  • DMD Group
  • Union Ivkoni International
  • Turancar
  • Express Busline
  • Korona Travel
  • A-Express
  • NIKOLO s.r.o.

Bratislava to Prague coach

from £14
Direct coaches available
4h15 average duration
7buses per day
Served by
  • STUDENT AGENCY k.s.
  • FlixBus
  • Turancar
  • Union Ivkoni International
  • A-Express
  • Express Busline
  • Infobus
  • RegioJet a.s.
  • RegioJet

Popular RegioJet Bus Routes


RegioJet operates numerous bus routes across Europe, connecting major cities like Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Berlin, Amsterdam, Bratislava, London, and Brno with efficient and comfortable bus services. Many routes operate several times a day, allowing you maximum flexibility. See the timetable below for information about some of the most popular RegioJet routes.

RegioJet Bus Route Journey Time Price From
RegioJet Bus Prague – Vienna 4h40m from £15
RegioJet Bus Vienna – Prague 4h45m from £15
RegioJet Bus Budapest – Vienna 2h40m from £12
RegioJet Bus Berlin – Prague 4h40m from £11
RegioJet Bus Amsterdam – Prague 14h48 From £37
RegioJet Bus Vienna – Bratislava 1h20m from £4
RegioJet Bus London – Prague 18h25m From £62
RegioJet Bus Prague – London 18h30m From £62
RegioJet Bus Prague – Budapest 6h45m from £21
RegioJet Bus Vienna – Budapest 2h45m from £7
RegioJet Bus Brno – Prague 2h55m from £9
RegioJet Bus Brno – Vienna 2h10m from £6
RegioJet Bus Budapest – Brno 4h10m From £21
RegioJet Bus Budapest – Prague 7h10m From £17
RegioJet Bus Budapest – Bratislava 3h10m From £9

RegioJet destinations

Not sure where to begin your RegioJet adventure? Check out these popular RegioJet destinations for travel details and nearby attractions:

RegioJet Tickets: Choosing the Right Class Type

Many RegioJet routes offer a standard fare with only one class type. For these routes, a wide range of amenities are included for all passengers. However on double-decker Fun&Relax+ Buses, which typically service long-haul and international routes, passengers are given the choice between two classes: Standard and Relax.

We've outlined the different benefits that come with Standard and Relax ticket types to help you make the decision that best suits your specific travel needs.

RegioJet Standard Class | RegioJet Bus:

RegioJet Standard tickets are located on the lower deck of the Fun&Relax+ bus, and include a wide range of amenities:

  • adjustable seats with built-in LCD screens
  • climate-controlled coaches (A/C and heating)
  • toilets
  • free, speedy WiFi
  • seat reservation included in price of your RegioJet coach ticket
  • free Italian espresso drinks
  • individual power sockets (230 V)
  • cup holders at each seat
  • seat-back tables, ideal for work or play
  • headphones available for purchase
  • vending machine selling soft drinks and snacks

Additional Perks of a Standard RegioJet Bus Ticket

Large tables: In standard class there are two large tables surrounded by four seats each. This option is perfect for families with children or groups of friends who want to chat and catch up. The large table is perfect for getting a bit of work done—or watching a series with a friend, you choose. Tip: book well in advance—these seats go fast!

Toilets: The restroom is located on the lower deck, so if you don’t want to climb the stairs whenever nature calls, you should consider booking a Standard ticket.

Easier Accessibility: Because Standard tickets are on the lower level of the bus, this ticket type is ideal for passengers with limited mobility, or for anyone who doesn’t feel comfortable going up and down stairs on a moving bus.

RegioJet Relax Class | RegioJet Bus:

Relax seats are located on the upper deck of the Fun&Relax+ bus and include extra legroom, in addition to all the amenities of a Standard Ticket:

  • adjustable seats with added legroom and built-in LCD screens
  • climate-controlled coaches (A/C and heating)
  • toilets (located on the lower deck)
  • free, speedy WiFi
  • seat reservation included in price of your RegioJet tickets
  • free Italian espresso drinks
  • individual power sockets (230 V)
  • cup holders at each seat
  • seat-back tables, ideal for work or play
  • headphones available for purchase
  • vending machine selling soft drinks and snacks

Added Perks of a Relax RegioJet Bus Ticket

Extra Privacy: In the Relax class, you have the possibility to book an “island seat”— a single seat in a row by itself. Essentially a window seat and an aisle seat, these seats are perfect for getting that extra bit of concentration, or when you need extra privacy for work. Just make sure to book your ticket well in advance—these seats go fast.

Unique Views: The added height of the upper deck allows you to look out over the surrounding traffic and enjoy wider, more sweeping views. Also for those who suffer from motion sickness, the three front seats are a big bonus, as they offer the largest and most unobstructed frontal view on the whole bus. These seats are booked on a first-come, first-served basis, so book well in advance.

Please keep in mind Relax tickets are accessible only by climbing the stairs. If you have limited mobility, or don’t feel comfortable climbing stairs for any other reason, please consider booking a ticket on the lower deck.

About the RegioJet Coach Fleet

The RegioJet Coach fleet is made up of several different models of buses, each with its own unique set of perks and conveniences. For most destinations, you will not have the option to choose between different bus types for a specific route. In general, longer international bus routes are serviced by Fun&Relax+ Buses, while popular routes within the Czech Republic are often serviced by Fun&Relax Buses. Below is a list of amenities passengers receive on each RegioJet Bus type:

RegioJet Bus Types

Fun&Relax+ Buses

Ultra-modern and comfortable, this is the most luxurious bus model on the RegioJet fleet. There are two ticket classes sold on Fun&Relax+ buses: Relax and Standard. Relax tickets are located on the upper deck and Standard Tickets are located on the lower deck. For more information on the differences between the two class types on Fun&Relax+ Buses, click here. Fun&Relax+ Buses are commonly used to service long-haul journeys, so if you are travelling internationally, chances are you’ll be travelling on a Fun&Relax+ double decker bus.

Here is a list of perks and amenities available to all passengers on the Fun&Relax+ model of bus:

  • adjustable seats with built-in LCD screens
  • climate-controlled coaches (A/C and heating)
  • toilets
  • free, speedy WiFi
  • seat reservation included in price of your RegioJet coach ticket
  • free Italian espresso drinks
  • individual power sockets (230 V)
  • cup holders at each seat
  • seat-back tables, ideal for work or play
  • headphones available for purchase
  • vending machine selling soft drinks and snacks

Other Perks on Fun&Relax+ Buses

Extra Privacy: On the upper deck (Relax Class), there are several “island” seats, or single seats in a row by themselves. Essentially window seats and aisle seats at the same time, these seats are perfect for that extra bit of concentration, or when you need extra privacy for work. Just make sure to book your ticket well in advance—these seats go fast.

Large Tables for Families or Friends: On the lower deck (Standard Class), there are a limited number of saloon seats situated around a large table. These facing seats are popular for families travelling with children (think: colouring books), or for groups who want to catch up with their friends during the journey. Tip: book well in advance if you want to secure these seats: there are only 2 tables (8 seats total) on each bus!

Added Flexibility: With RegioJet tickets, you can change your bus reservation up to 15 minutes before departure, free of charge. Likewise, you can cancel your RegioJet ticket for a full refund up to 15 minutes before departure.

Fun&Relax Buses

With a modern interior and plenty of perks, this single-deck bus certainly lives up to its name. This bus model serves many of the popular routes within the Czech Republic, such as the Prague–Brno bus route, or the Prague–Český Krumlov bus route. There is only one class type on Fun&Relax buses, meaning all passengers receive the same amenities.

Amenities include:

  • adjustable leather seats
  • built-in LCD touch screens, with entertainment portal
  • climate-controlled coaches (A/C and heating)
  • toilets
  • free, speedy WiFi throughout your whole journey
  • seat reservation included in price of your RegioJet ticket
  • free hot drinks (self-service): coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and espresso drinks
  • power sockets (230 V) between seats
  • USB connectors in some coaches
  • seat-back tables, ideal for work or play
  • headphones available for purchase
  • magazines and daily newspapers available, free of charge
Added Flexibility: You can change your ticket up to 15 minutes before departure, free of charge. You can also cancel your RegioJet ticket for a full refund up to 15 minutes before departure.

Note: there is no dedicated attendant on Fun&Relax Buses. All amenities are self-service.

Relax Buses

Relax Bus routes offer a perfect mix between convenience and affordability. Relax Bus models are typically used for shorter routes in the Czech Republic. There is only one class on Relax Buses, meaning all passengers will receive the following amenities:

  • climate-controlled coach (A/C and heating)
  • adjustable seats
  • toilet
  • speedy WiFi
  • free coffee (self service)
  • daily newspapers and magazines to read
  • shared power sockets (230 V) between seats
  • USB connector in some coaches
  • seat-back tables, perfect for work or play
  • vending machine for small snacks

Added Flexibility: Similar to RegioJet tickets booked for Fun&Relax+ and Fun&Relax buses, you can change your ticket up to 15 minutes before departure, free of charge. Likewise, you can cancel your ticket for a full refund up to 15 minutes before departure.

Economy Standard Buses

Although Economy Standard buses don’t offer the frills and perks of other RegioJet bus types, they still offer the same safety and reliability RegioJet customers have come to expect. Amenities for an Economy Standard bus include:

  • comfortable, adjustable seat
  • climate-controlled coach (A/C and heating)
  • toilet
  • Free WiFi

Added Flexibility: On Economy Standard buses, you can change your RegioJet ticket up to 15 minutes before departure, free of charge. Likewise, you can cancel your ticket for a full refund up to 15 minutes before departure.

RegioJet Brno

Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, is beloved for its unique blend of iconic architecture, both historical and modern RegioJet has bus routes connecting Brno to dozens of cities, with buses from Vienna to Brno, buses from Prague to Brno, and a popular Budapest–Brno coach connection. Pack your bag, and let’s go!

RegioJet Budapest

Budapest, Hungary’s majestic capital, straddles the Danube River. The twin cities, Buda and Pest, are located on a rich vein of natural hot springs, providing the city’s with world-famous thermal baths. RegioJet has several bus connections to Budapest, with the most popular route being the Prague–Budapest bus.

RegioJet Prague

Ah, Prague—a true historical gem! RegioJet offers several international bus routes to Prague, including a bus from Berlin to Prague, a bus from London to Prague, and even a Rome–Prague bus connection. Within just hours you can be visiting the stunning Prague castle or strolling across the iconic Charles Bridge.

RegioJet Vienna

For centuries Vienna has attracted the world’s greatest musicians and composers, earning it the much deserved nickname, the City of Music. With a RegioJet Bus you can get a bus from Prague to Vienna in under 5 hours. Before you know it you’ll be sitting at the opera, or chatting with friends at a world-famous Viennese coffee shop.

Discounts and Offers

RegioJet offers a wide range of discounts for children and senior citizens. Discounts vary depending on whether you’re travelling internationally or within the Czech Republic.

Discounts for Bus Journeys in the Czech Republic

  • Accompanied Children 5 and younger: Travel free of charge. Parents must provide proof of age, such as a health insurance card, but a photo ID is not necessary. Children 5 and under travelling in the Czech Republic must be accompanied by someone over 10 years old who has purchased a valid ticket. Please see our FAQ section for rules about car/booster seats on RegioJet buses
  • Accompanied Children from 6 to 18 years of age: Receive a 50% discount. This discount no longer applies after a child’s 18th birthday. Those aged 15 to 17 need to show proof of age. Note: This discount does not apply to children travelling on their own. Special rules apply to children travelling unaccompanied; please read the section “Can Minors Travel Alone on a RegioJet Bus?” in the FAQ for more information and requirements.
  • Senior citizens (65 and above): Eligible for a 50% discount. Seniors need to present an ID card as proof.

Discounts for International Bus Journeys

  • Children 14 years of age or younger: Eligible for a 50% discount on most routes**. This discount applies only to FLEXI tariff (basic fare) tickets and ID must be shown to confirm eligibility. Please see our FAQ section for rules about car/booster seats on RegioJet buses. Children under 10 must be accompanied by someone over 18. Those aged 10 to 14 may travel unaccompanied, but must purchase an adult ticket at full price and must have a signed power of attorney. Please consult the section “Can Minors Travel Alone on a RegioJet Bus?” in the FAQ for more information on children travelling on their own.
  • Senior citizens over 65 years of age: Receive a 10% discount. Travels 65 and above must show an ID card to confirm their eligibility.

**This discount does not apply to bus trips to and from the U.K., Belgium, Luxembourg, or on the Bratislava–Vienna line. For those routes, accompanied children in this age range are eligible for a 10% discount instead.

FAQ

What Is the Best Way to Buy RegioJet Bus Tickets?

To ensure a seat for your chosen journey, it’s best to buy RegioJet tickets in advance. You can book RegioJet tickets with Omio, via our website or our app.

Is there assistance for people with disabilities? Are service animals allowed onboard?

Currently, RegioJet does not provide assistance for those with reduced mobility and most RegioJet buses are not wheelchair accessible. Passengers who have reduced mobility must travel with someone who can assist them throughout their journey and RegioJet will transport folded wheelchairs free of charge.

Guide and assistance dogs (carrying a proper label and a card) are allowed on RegioJet buses, but must be accompanied by a person with an ZTP/P card (a Czech-issued disability card) or by the dog’s trainer. The accompanying person must ensure the animal does not make a mess, damage the vehicle, or put other passengers in danger.

What Is RegioJet’s Baggage Policy?

RegioJet’s baggage policy varies depending on whether you’re travelling internationally or not, as well as on your destination country.

  • In general, the free baggage allowance for RegioJet bus passengers is one carry-on bag (no bigger than 15×25×35 cm) and one piece of hold luggage (no bigger than 30×60×80 cm). Hold luggage can weigh max. 66 lb. (30 kg).
  • For domestic trips within the Czech Republic, Slovakia, or Germany, this allowance increases to 2 carry-on bags and 2 pieces of hold luggage, free of charge. The same size and weight restrictions apply.

If you want to bring additional or oversized baggage, please see the FAQ section directly below this one: What If I Want to Bring Additional or Oversized Baggage? There, you will find detailed information about what additional baggage is allowed, as well as which fees might apply.

What If I Want to Bring Additional or Oversized Baggage?

Bringing additional or oversized baggage is possible (provided there is space), but rules and fees may apply, depending on your route. We’ve compiled some detailed information on RegioJet’s baggage policy based on where you are travelling to/from.

Additional/Oversized Baggage Fees for Domestic Routes:

  • Czech Republic & Slovakia: If travelling within the Czech Republic or Slovakia, passengers are allowed to take two pieces of hand luggage on board (no bigger than 15×25×35 cm) as well as two bags in the hold (no bigger than 30×60×80 cm), free of charge. For every piece of additional/oversized baggage you will pay a fee of €1 (about £0.80)
  • Travel in Germany: If travelling within Germany, passengers are allowed to take two pieces of hand luggage on board (no bigger than 15×25×35 cm) as well as two bags in the hold (no bigger than 30×60×80 cm) free of charge. You may bring additional hold baggage free of charge, but it will only be accepted if there is space in the hold.

Baggage Allowance for International Routes:

  • Routes between the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom, Belgium, Luxembourg, Sweden, Denmark, Norway or Italy: you are allowed to take one bag on board (no bigger than 15×25×35 cm) as well as one bag for the hold (30×60×80 cm + Max 30 kg.) free of charge. There is a fee to bring additional or oversized baggage, and baggage will only be accepted if there is space. The fee can be paid in person when boarding the bus, and costs range from £7 to £9 per piece of oversized/additional baggage. RegioJet may reject oversized or additional baggage if there is no space in the hold. If you have questions we suggest calling RegioJet’s customer service line at +420 222 222 221.

  • For international routes that do not travel to or from the Czech Republic or Slovakia**: Passengers on these routes have a baggage allowance of one carry-on bag (no bigger than 15×25×35 cm) as well as one piece of hold luggage (no bigger than 30×60×80 cm, Max 30 kg.) free of charge. There is no fee for bringing additional/oversized baggage on these routes, but baggage will only be accepted if there is space in the hold, with a max of 5 bags per passenger.

**Example routes: Germany–Netherlands or Austria–Italy

What Amenities Are On Board RegioJet Buses?

RegioJet prides itself on having the highest quality equipment and services on board its buses. All buses offer free WiFi and are climate controlled for your comfort. Every bus is also equipped with seat belts and toilets. Most services also include in-seat LCD screens and free hot refreshments, making sure the time flies by. Many longer international journeys also have an attendant on-board, ready to answer any questions you may have.

Can I Travel with my Pet on a RegioJet Bus?

On domestic RegioJet buses in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, small domestic pets (under 22 lb. [10 kg]) can travel for free. They must be safely placed in a pet carrier, with a watertight base, for the duration of the journey and must be carried on their owner’s lap or at his/her feet.

On select international bus journeys, small pets (under 22 lb. [10 kg]) are allowed on board for free, as long as they have the correct paperwork and are in a carrier for the duration of the journey, and must be carried on their owner’s lap or at their feet. These routes include:

  • Berlin–Dresden–Prague–Brno–Vienna
  • Prague–Brno–Bratislava–Budapest
  • Prague–Brno–Vienna
  • Prague–Dresden–Berlin
  • Kraków–Ostrava–Brno–Vienna
  • Bratislava–Vienna–Budapest

On all other international bus routes, transporting pets is prohibited, with the exception of guide or assistance dogs.

Guide and assistance dogs (carrying a proper label and a card) must be accompanied by a person with an ZTP/P card (a Czech-issued disability card) or by the dog’s trainer. The accompanying person must ensure the animal does not make a mess, damage the vehicle, or put other passengers in danger.

What Discounted Fares Does RegioJet Offer?

RegioJet offers several discounted fares. The discounts vary depending on whether you are travelling within the Czech Republic or internationally. Please see our section on offers and discounts for detailed information.

Can I Take My Bicycle on a RegioJet Bus?

Bikes are allowed in the hold of RegioJet buses but space is limited. RegioJet recommends contacting them, via their infoline (+420 841 101 101) before your journey to ensure a space. Bikes must be disassembled and safely packed away in a bike bag. Fees vary depending on the route.

Can I Cancel or Exchange My RegioJet Bus Ticket?

On most RegioJet buses, you can cancel or change your ticket free of charge up until 15 minutes before departure. Cancellation and exchange policies vary depending on the RegioJet ticket type. We suggest checking the T&Cs of your ticket prior to purchase.

What Is the On-Time Arrival Guarantee?

If your journey is delayed by more than 30 minutes, RegioJet will refund part of your ticket. Refund amounts vary on the journey type and length of the delay.

Will There Be WiFi On Board My RegioJet Bus?

Yes, all RegioJet buses now offer free, high-speed Wi-Fi

Is It Possible to Use a Child Safety Seat?

RegioJet recommends that all children travel in a car seat or booster seat for their journey. However, RegioJet does not provide these for passengers. If your child is more than three years old, a car seat is not necessary but RegioJet strongly suggests you bring one regardless.

NOTE: If your child is under three and you do not have a car seat, you might not be able to travel.

Children who are six or older can travel unaccompanied on RegioJet bus routes in the Czech Republic.

On international RegioJet bus routes, children between the ages of 10 and 17 can travel unaccompanied but must provide a “power of attorney” form filled in and signed either by their parent or legal guardian before boarding the bus. Unaccompanied children must also buy a full-priced adult ticket to be able to travel.

Which Documents Should I Bring On Board a RegioJet Bus?

If you are travelling internationally on a RegioJet bus, please bring your passport plus any visa documents you may require. European citizens travelling within the Schengen Zone may travel with an official European ID card.

What Should I Do if I Lose Something on a RegioJet Bus?

If you have left your belongings on a RegioJet bus you can contact RegioJet either by email or by phone at +420 222 222 221 or +420 539 000 322. Make sure to be as detailed as possible when you contact them and include details of what you have lost and the route you were on.

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