That is a different company.
Www.bahn.de (German railways) operates several daily buses, seven days a week.
so the bus is not actually a bus, but a train (ice?)? Sorry very confused!!
What are the scenic differences between the train and the bus?
timEdited: 2:25 am, September 19, 2013
No - it is a bus, but as it is a rail replacement (there is a rail service, as mentioned above, but that is more of a local service - few people use it all the way) it is to all intents and purposes a train. There are no real scenic differences, but the bus is quicker and more comfortable. cd.cz/mezinarodni-cestovani/…
Thanks! I assume luggage is stored underneath?
Yes - no need to lift it onto racks, just give it to the driver as you get on and go and find your seat.
I would like to check the departing station if I'm taking bus 1152 operated by bahn.
Autobusova St Wil? And where exactly would that be in terms of walking directions?
If I'm taking the bus operated by student agency, departing would instead be at Florenc?
Thanks in advance
German Railways (DB) and Studentagency operate in partnership on this route so the buses all go from the main railway station (Hlavní nádraží) by the upper entrance on Wilsonova. It is a rail replacement service.
So the winter schedule just came out yesterday.
I have been trying to book a place on a bus from
Praha hl.n. (Autobusová St. Wilsonova)
München ZOB (Hackerbrücke)
using the Bahn.de website
However when I attempt to make a booking and fill out all the information and confirm booking I get this error;
No more seats are available on this train, for which a reservation is compulsory
I literally tried this 20 minutes after the schedule and find it hard to believe that it was booked out, and if it was wonder why it is still showing when you look for tickets. Thinking it must be an error. However at this point I cannot make a booking which is frustrating.
Is there any other way to book this train, outside of bahn.de ? I notice czeck rep rail site doesn't even have schedule released yet (any idea when they do? I'm looking for 18th of dec and still only has to the 14th)
Thanks in advanced.